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New Watchdog Report Traces Pattern of Bias at UN Human Rights Council
World  (tags: anti-Israel, anti-Semitism, conflict, corruption, crime, ethics, israel, palestine, politics, terrorism, violence, world )

Penny
- 8 days ago - thetower.org
Anti-Israel bias has been a pervasive feature of the United Nations Human Rights Council since its inception nine years ago, according to a report issued yesterday by the watchdog group UN Watch.
UN Report Cherry-Picks Evidence to Fit NGOs Anti-Israel Narrative
World  (tags: conflict, corruption, crime, ethics, israel, palestine, violence, lies, propaganda, Muslims )

Penny
- 8 days ago - thetower.org
The report by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on the 2014 Gaza conflict, released earlier this week, is substantiated in large part by the allegations of political advocacy NGOs (non-governmental organizations). One such group, Physicians for Human
Anti-Semitic Muslim Student Put in Her Place By Jewish Professor
Society & Culture  (tags: Muslim, Islam, anti-Semitism, student, abuse, crime, culture, education, religion )

Penny
- 8 days ago - unitedwithisrael.org
In this video, a female Muslim student challenges a Jewish professor at University of California in order to antagonize him, but he quickly and successfully exposes her true anti-Semitic opinions.
Why Egyptian Girls Fear the Summer
Society & Culture  (tags: FGM, Islam, Muslims, abuse, children, culture, ethics, family, freedoms, health, religion, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, women, world )

Penny
- 8 days ago - world.einnews.com
Summer days: Theyre what childhood memories are made of, glorious afternoons of unchecked freedom to frolic with friends in the sun, unshackled from the earthly obligations of a math class that never seemed further away.
Rotherham Child Sex Abuse: 300 New Suspects
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, children, crime, culture, ethics, family, freedoms, police, religion, safety, society, violence, Islam, Muslims, pedophilia, pedophiles )

Penny
- 7 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
At least 300 possible suspects have been identified by investigators probing the Rotherham child sex exploitation scandal. The National Crime Agency (NCA) said most of the potential suspects were Asian men, while the vast majority of victims were young
Report: In 9 Years Existence, UNHRC Condemned Israel More Times Than Rest of World Combined
World  (tags: Anti-Semitism, anti-Israel, corruption, crime, ethics, israel, politics, terrorism, UnitedNations, world )

Penny
- 8 days ago - unwatch.org
The total of all other UNHRC condemnatory resolutions for the rest of the world amounts to 55, with most of the worst violators given a free pass, if not a seat on the council itself.
FRANCE: Islamic Terrorist Drives Into Gas Factory and Beheads One Near Lyon
World  (tags: Islamic terrorism, France, Lyon, Salafi, gas plant, beheading )

Beth
- 8 days ago - cnn.com
A Salafi Muslim terrorist today tried to set off an explosion in a gas plant, and gruesomely beheaded a man leaving a message in Arabic with the body. Investigators are trying to determine who else was involved in this attack. News video at site.
At Least 19 Tourists Dead in Tunisian Hotel Attacks as Gunmen Shoot People on Sunbeds
World  (tags: Sousse, Tunisia, North Africa, gunmen, tourists, sad news )

Scooby
- 8 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Gunmen have killed at least 19 people in an attack on two hotels in the popular holiday destination of Sousse.
Dutch Government Ordered to Cut Carbon Emissions in Landmark Ruling
Environment  (tags: climate-change, CO2emissions, globalwarming, GoodNews, government, politics, healthconditions )

Lona
- 9 days ago - theguardian.com
A court in The Hague has ordered the Dutch government to cut its emissions by at least 25% within five years, in a landmark ruling expected to cause ripples around the world.
Neil Young And Greenpeace Don't Starve People. You And I Do
Green Lifestyle  (tags: food, health, humans, protection, vitamin A deficency, world, children, diet, nutrition, culture, politics )

Kathy
- 12 days ago - forbes.com
In millennia of starvation for the world's poorest, there have often been calls for an end to this most unfair of income inequality's scourges. Whether that starvation is a lack of enough calories or of the nutritional balance necessary to maintain health
 
 
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