Bethlehem after Oslo: Terror Spiked in Israel’s Absence
Publications by Irwin Cotler
Durban’s Troubling Legacy One Year Later: Twisting the Cause of International Human Rights Against the Jewish People
The World Conference Against Racism in Durban was originally planned as a platform to focus on the world’s underrepresented human rights causes. Yet what was supposed to be a conference against racism turned into a conference of racism against Israel and the Jewish people. Read More »
This article is being written at a critical juncture in the struggle for human rights, in general, and religious human rights, in particular. At this, a defining moment in the role of human rights
non-governmental organizations (NGOs), generally, and Jewish NGOs, in particular, in that struggle, a discussion including the contrasting principles and perspectives that underpin the differing advocacy roles of Jewish NGOs in the U.S. and Canada appears most opportune.
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