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  • Another stunner behind Obama's Libya doctrine (R2P- Holocaust denier helped devise policy)

    03/30/2011 9:30:07 AM PDT · by opentalk · 48 replies
    WND ^ | March 29,2011 | Aaron Klein
    TEL AVIV – A staunch denier of the Holocaust who long served as the deputy of late PLO leader Yasser Arafat served on the committee that invented the military doctrine used by President Obama as the main justification for U.S. and international airstrikes against Libya. As WND first reported, billionaire philanthropist George Soros is a primary funder and key proponent of the Global Centre for Responsibility to Protect, the world's leading organization pushing the military doctrine. Several of the doctrine's main founders sit on multiple boards with Soros. The doctrine and its founders, as WND reported, have been deeply tied...
  • All right, where is the worldwide Muslim indignation over this film?

    03/31/2008 7:58:55 PM PDT · by LJayne · 15 replies · 649+ views
    Jihad Watch ^ | 3/31/08 | Robert Spencer
    Here is open bloodlust and Islamic supremacism, in a film produced by Muslims for Muslims -- indeed, for Muslim children. Will the OIC denounce this film? Will Ban Ki-Moon and Louise Arbour? If not, why not? Why exactly is Fitna worse than this?
  • UN Commissioner refuses to meet [Israeli] captives' families

    11/21/2006 2:25:15 PM PST · by anotherview · 24 replies · 878+ views
    Yediot Ahranot ^ | 21 November 2006 | Ahiya Raved
    UN Commissioner refuses to meet captives' families UN high commissioner on human rights announces she will not meet with families of three kidnapped soldiers during Israel visit. Eldad Regev's brother: 'Decision not to meet families should set off red lights of UN stance behind resolution', Ahiya Raved Published: 11.21.06, 23:22 Arbour in Sderot Photo: ReutersThe UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Louise Arbour has decided not to meet with the families of the kidnapped soldiers during her visit to Israel . The families of Ehud Goldwasser, Eldad Regev and Gilad Shalit have approached the commissioner two weeks ago already, but...
  • A lesson in law for Louise:

    07/27/2006 7:48:30 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 7 replies · 631+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | Thursday, July 27, 2006 | Beryl Wajsman
    "Mississippi find yourself another country to be part of." ~ Phil Ochs Folksinger Phil Ochs wrote the above immortal line in the midst of the struggle for civil rights in the American South in the 1960s. Today, we are in the midst of another struggle against prejudice that is far more subtle. Crimes of prejudice take many forms. Some are manifested through classic violence and are categorized as hate crimes. Others, while more subliminal, produce equally damaging and equally dangerous threats to the commonweal. Each must be responded to with unyielding vigour and resolve.
  • Arbour (UN) calls for investigation of Iraq prisoner abuses (BARF)

    11/18/2005 11:50:19 AM PST · by proud_yank · 6 replies · 211+ views
    CBC (Canada) ^ | nov 18, 2005
    The UN's high commissioner for human rights has called for an international investigation into the condition of detainees in Iraq. Louise Arbour, a former judge on the Supreme Court, issued the call on Friday. She cited a report on Tuesday indicating that more than 170 prisoners had been found in a prison in Baghdad, where they had been starved and tortured. The discovery of the detainees "pointed to widespread problems with the system of detention in the country," her spokesperson José Luis Díaz said in a statement. Arbour did not suggest who should head the probe or how it should...
  • MARINE IN SHOOTING PROBE (yes...by the UN...gaggg)

    11/16/2004 8:12:36 AM PST · by dinok · 272 replies · 8,185+ views
    Sky.com ^ | Tuesday November 16, 2004 | Staff
    The United Nations has called for an investigation into a series of alleged abuses in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Human rights official Louise Arbour said those responsible for any violations should be brought to justice. Controversy over the Fallujah offensive was fuelled by video footage showing a US Marine shooting dead a wounded and unarmed Iraqi. The pictures showed some marines entering the mosque on Saturday. The marine, who has since been taken off battlefield duty, is seen standing above a figure slumped against a wall aiming his rifle at the man's body. "He's f****** faking he's dead," the...