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Human Rights Watch representative Omar Shakir

Court orders deportation of HRW official; NGO vows appeal to Supreme Court

In June, the court heard HRW lawyer Michael Sfard argue that the deportation was obfuscating the fact that the government was not really after “the ‘little satan,’” Shakir, “but the ‘big satan’ HRW."

A greater threat to Israel than Iran: the deception of NGOs

If the EU or other countries attempted to use NGOs to influence politics in the United States, what would be the outcome?


Amb. Danon blasts official who suggested Israel be suspended from U.N.

“The international community has not simply the ability, but also the responsibility and obligation to bring [settlements] to an end.

Omar Shakir from Human Rights Watch

To deport Human Rights Watch official? Court wrestles with Boycott debate

HRW lawyer: Government not really after “the ‘little Satan,’” HRW official Omar Shakir, “but the ‘big Satan,’ Human Rights Watch.”

International criminal court

Expert: Palestine fails international law test for statehood at ICC

If Palestine was ruled not to be a state by the ICC Pretrial Chamber, then the ICC Prosecution’s probe of Israelis would likely fall by the wayside.

Left-wing activists rally in favor of Oslo Accords

Germany largest foreign donor to Israeli human rights NGOs

Over NIS 500 million was donated to groups involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict from 2012-2016

Manifestants pro-BDS à Berlin

German LGBT group closes bank account to protest BDS activity

The Bank for Social Economy holds numerous accounts that wage boycott, divestment, sanctions (BDS) activity against Israel.

OVERVIEW OF the Human Rights Council at the UNHRC

'UNHRC focuses on Israel, ignores companies operating in other occupied areas'

A new report points out that the UN's Human Rights Council has been turning a blind eye to the activity of 40 European companies that operate in some of the world's occupied territories.

Antonio Guterres

Keep your promise

The UN secretary-general said that he would be “on the front lines in the fight against antisemitism."

An image from the film that was dropped because it depicted antisemitism in a "pro-Israel" light.

Israel calls on Franco-German outlet to show 'censored' antisemitism film

ARTE, a public television station, came under fire after it nixed the screening of the film it commissioned about antisemitism because it was deemed too 'pro-Israel.'

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