by Felix Quigley
March 16, 2009
Nothing shows more clearly that all of these Human Rights groups which operate in Gaza and the West bank are really Nazi and antisemitic in nature.
We saw int he Gaza war how a UN spokesman issued statement after statement which inferred that the Israelis had blown up a school with great loss of life. It was a total lie. The UN did not apologise for this Black Nazi propaganda against Jews.
But the great thing is, the Jews of Israel are now wide awake to the nature of these groups and thus the fight back has begun
As is seen in this wonderful reposte from INN
[Start Israel National News article here]
Human Rights Groups
Silent on Shalit
by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
HAMAS DENIAL OF GENEVA CONVENTION
“Their shameful silence on Shalit’s fate amounts to a betrayal of universal human rights,” he stated. His captors’ denial of visits from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) violates the Geneva Convention, “a grave contravention of one of the foundations of international humanitarian law.”
Shalit was kidnapped by Hamas, Army of Islam and Popular Resistance Committees terrorists in an attack on an IDF outpost at a Gaza crossing, where two other soldiers were killed and a fourth was gravely wounded.
B´TSELEM IS ONE OF THE WORST
Prof. Steinberg also singled out the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem for neglecting the plight of Shalit and his family, who have no proof of whether he is alive, or of his physical and psychological condition.
Exactly one year after Shalit was kidnapped, B’Tselem issued a four-paragraph release stating only, “The circumstances of his capture and the behavior of his captors clearly indicate that he is a hostage.”
THOSE OLD NAZIS IN AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
CERTAINLY THEY ARE JEW HATERS!
Similarly, added Professor Steinberg, “Beyond isolated examples, Amnesty [International], which was founded to campaign on behalf of political prisoners, has done nothing to campaign for Shalit’s fundamental human rights.”
He noted that human rights organizations such as Human Rights Watch and Oxfam, who have continually condemned Israel for events in Gaza, “have issued “no more than a token demand for Shalit’s release.”
Last November, the British branch of Oxfam issued an urgent appeal on the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) on behalf of Gaza citizens — but made no mention of Shalit.
The conduct of the human rights groups is “immoral,” according to the NGO Monitor, which focuses on critical analysis and debate on the political role of human rights organizations.