NGO Monitor urges the UN Human Rights Council's Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza Conflict: Avoid reliance on NGOs that are not credible or promote antisemitism.
BTselem claims lack credibility and are part of Schabas and ICC political campaigns against Israel.
- Civilian Casualties
- Combatants Identified as Civilians
- International Criminal Court (ICC)
- International Law
- Laws of Armed Conflict
In advance of a Nov. 5 report to be released by Amnesty International, NGO Monitor emphasizes Amnestys lack of professional investigatory methodology and urges journalists to approach all such factual and legal claims with caution.
As with HRWs other statements and publications, its most recent report on African Migrants requires careful examination before being referenced by journalists and policy-makers.
Despite the faade of professionalism and expertise of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, any conclusions of their current investigations should be treated with the skepticism they deserve.
NGO Monitor presented a new report on NGO efforts to promote another "Goldstone" pseudo-investigation at a special event held July 24, featuring a keynote address by Col. Richard Kemp CBE.
On July 23, the UN Human Rights Council, in partnership with NGOs, will hold a special session on the conflict in Gaza and will vote to create another immoral "Goldstone" pseudo-investigation.
HRW clearly has no knowledge of the military intelligence possessed by Israeli commanders at the time of the strikes, or the military and moral concerns that guided their thinking.
The submission demands, at a minimum, strict adherence to the principles of impartiality and objectivity, transparency in all interactions with NGOs, and professional guidelines for assessing the credibility, and factual and legal claims of NGOs.