Category Archives: International Humanitarian Law

Holocaust Scholar: International community must stop Syria atrocities

Jpost – Middle East By TAMARA ZIEVE \12/18/2016 The chairman of Yad Vashem Holocaust museum says international organizations should be founded “with the express purpose of averting future crimes against humanity.” Members of the Civil Defence rescue children after what … Continue reading

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Netanyahu: Where are the human rights organizations?

Arutz Sheva Israel National News Netanyahu urges the international community to help free four Palestinian Arabs who were arrested for visiting Efrat mayor’s sukkah. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday urged the international community to help free four Palestinian Arabs … Continue reading

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‘World Health Organization condemnation of Israel is anti-Semitism,’ says Lapid

Jpost Reports- Yesh Atid chairman’s remarks come after WHO singled out Israel, passing a resolution at the UN organization’s annual assembly in Geneva against its operating in the area of Palestinian hospitals. A World Health Organization resolution stating Israel violates … Continue reading

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Mahmoud Abbas: Palestinians No Longer Bound By Oslo Accords

The Guardian Reports – (September 2015) Mahmoud Abbas has said Palestinians will “no longer continue to be bound” by the Oslo accords unless they receive “international protection” from Israel. Speaking at the UN general assembly in New York, the Palestinian … Continue reading

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Yazidis call for international recognition of genocide against them

JPOST reports – SULAYMANIYAH – Yazidi campaigners are calling for world leaders to declare their treatment by Islamic State as genocide to escalate obligations for the international community to prevent crimes against them and punish those victimizing women and children. … Continue reading

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Door to Asylum Closed

Reported December 2015 Obama Refuses To Allow Yazidi And Assyrian Xtians Fleeing ISIS To Enter United States The savage Muslim persecution of Assyrian Christians and Yazidi (Zoroastrian/Hindus) by Sunni Muslims in the Middle East and in Shiite Iran has reached … Continue reading

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Jordan’s King Sitting on Volcano

The Daily Caller Reports – Middle East Expert Warns Refugee Crisis Could Topple Jordanian King Alex Pfeiffer Reporter 11:30 AM 05/10/2016 Middle East expert and New York Times bestselling author Joel Rosenberg told The Daily Caller Monday that Jordan could … Continue reading

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Mercy Corps director: World must protect desperate Syrians

FOX NEWS REPORTS – Syria Mercy Corps director: World must protect desperate Syrians who have no place left to go By Xavier Tissier Published May 10, 2016 FoxNews.com In this image made from video and posted online from Validated UGC, … Continue reading

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Megillat HaNechoshet The Copper Scroll

Concerning the Restoration of Megillat HaNechoshet 3Q15 to the Jewish People Whereas longstanding Jewish and Arab claims have pervaded the horizon of the Middle East since at least 1947, and under the principals of pacific settlement, just Restoration of Megillat … Continue reading

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