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By detailing the lives and achievements of five Jewish activists, Loeffler provides a deeply researched account of the struggle for Jewish minority rights, and what that struggle morphed into.
Loeffler takes the reader on a journey that stretches from minority rights through the idea of a universal Bill of Rights.
Israel earns a spot for ongoing legal battle against Omar Shakir.
The court ruled they “cannot safeguard the man’s fundamental human rights if he is deported to Palestine,” meaning Israel.
The whole affair is another example of Hamas’s cynicism. As a terrorist organization, it has no problem cynically using the bodies of dead soldiers or two mentally ill Israelis as bargaining chips.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Saudi Arabia's crucifixion of criminals raises curtain on brutal punishments
By DAVID LEE/THE MEDIA LINE
"Israel, with all its challenges, is still a thriving democracy," said Rabbi Fred Greene. "There are people within Ramat HaNegev who are advocating" for minorities and protesting government action.
By SHAY CASTLE/DAILY CAMERA
Among the detainees is Israa al-Ghomgham, whom Saudi activists said was the first woman to possibly face the death penalty for rights-related work.
Annan was appointed secretary-general in January 1997 and was reelected in 2001. During this time he carried out a major reform within the UN.
James Loefﬂer traces the Jewish roots of the world’s human rights organizations
By COLIN SHINDLER
The commissioner does not control the UN Human Rights Council, but it is run through that office and part of Bachelet’s new job will be to report to the UNHRC.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The arrests are at odds with the progressive image the government has projected this year under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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