Human Rights


Israel May Sever Contacts With UNHRC

Israel, which is not a member of the U.N. Human Rights Council, will likely sever ongoing contacts that it has with the body, following the pullout earlier this week by…

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Giving Zero Tolerance a Bad Name

The issue of illegal immigration has reached a new low as overzealous law enforcement has resulted in nearly 2,000 children being torn from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. The…

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U.K. Allegedly Targets Israel in Human Rights Project

Israeli officials are concerned that Britain is singling out Israel in a government-funded program for the “protection of human rights of Palestinian minors in Israeli detention,” according to Monday’s Jerusalem…

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A Hate March and The Reaction It Elicited

Until last week, the small Montana town of Whitefish (population 6,357, as of 2010) was known, if known at all, as home to a ski resort. Now, though, it is…

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Obama Years Were Tough on Global Dissidents

Merely two weeks after Barack Obama warned Donald Trump that U.S. presidents always have to be “on the side of what’s right,” the president-elect took a phone call from the…

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