Skip to comments.UN agency's choices to replace Richard Falk at Palestinian post accused of anti-Semitism
Posted on 04/09/2014 8:15:16 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
Under pressure from Arab nations, the United Nations Human Rights Council has rejected a U.S.-backed choice to replace its outgoing point man on Palestine, and is now eyeing two candidates who share a long history of alleged anti-Israel bias.
The current front-runner to replace Richard Falk, a 9/11 truther who once praised Ayatollah Khomeinei and was reliably anti-Israel while serving as the council's special rapporteur on Palestinian rights, is Christine Chinkin, a law professor at the London School of Economics. Chinkin authored the Goldstone report, an infamous UN study on the Gaza conflict that was repudiated by Israel. A dark horse candidate is Indonesias former UN envoy, Makarim Wibisono, who has long been an outspoken critic who has a history of making one-sided remarks on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Either choice will ensure the 47-member council employs a monitor with a built-in, anti-Israel bias, said UN Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer.
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And the Obama Administration insists we can play a constructive role in a UN agency that shields the world’s worst dictatorships from criticism and which batters Israel.
That’s its idea of advancing human rights work.
The UN, isn’t that the New York based debate society for murdering dictators?
You forgot Jewhating, although that’s more of a hobby.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
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