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Initial Analysis of B’Tselem/HaMoked Report on Children’s Detention in Jerusalem

B’Tselem and HaMoked published a joint report, “Unprotected: The Detention of Palestinian Teenagers in East Jerusalem.” NGO Monitor’s initial analysis reveals that these NGOs are participating in a well-funded international campaign against Israel surrounding the issue of children’s rights. The publication also suffers from fundamental methodological flaws, highlighting the appropriation of human rights for political objectives.

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Ligue des droits de l'Hommes (LdH)

“Created in 1898 to defend an innocent, Captain Dreyfus,” LdH aims at “regrouping men and women from all horizons and conditions that chose freely to get together in order to think, discuss, act for the defense of rights and liberty of everyone.”

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Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)

MCC’s activities and publications, as well as its funding of highly politicized NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict, reveal a biased and anti-Israel agenda, including campaigning against the Israeli security barrier while ignoring Palestinian terror.

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[Opinion] Amnesty International's Annual Report: Empty Slogans and Zero Evidence

Gerald Steinberg analyzes claims made in Amnesty International's recent 2016/7 report, illustrating how they lack sources of evidence and validity. The report is just one example of the group's biased stance, stringing together ideological slogans, unsupported accusations, and blanket allegations instead of conducting research to add to the state of human rights in the world today.

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