Amnesty's "Administrative Detention" Report: Issues of Credibility and Bias
The publication is part of the campaign to focus attention and exert political pressure on Israel, including the hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners tried, convicted and serving sentences for involvement in mass terror attacks.
[Opinion] Recalling the Jenin massacre libel
On the tenth anniversary of the Jenin "massacre" libel, Prof. Gerald Steinberg discusses its implications as an early manifestation of the Durban Strategy.
European-Government Funded NGOs Lobby for Latest UNHRC Investigation
The United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution calling for independent international fact-finding mission...to investigate the implications of the Israeli settlements. NGOs, including Al Haq, lobbied for this investigation, reflecting their role in political warfare.
Yesh Din, the EU, and Lawfare: Exposing the False Claims behind Deceptive Political Campaigns
As part of a wider lawfare strategy of pressing war crimes cases against Israeli officials in foreign courts and in the International Criminal Court (ICC), foreign funded Yesh Din attempts to portray Israel and its security forces as unaccountable to the rule of law.
Goldstone Strikes Fatal Blow to False Apartheid Analogy
Goldstones NY Times op-ed is a direct refutation of the campaigns conducted by a number of NGOs that have used the Goldstone Report to promote boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) and to demonize Israel.
Shalit Agreement Shows Moral Failure of International Human Rights Frameworks
The agreement to release kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is an important humanitarian act, but organizations dedicated to human rights have an obligation to condemn such immoral extortion by Hamas.