Human Rights Organizations

There is not much torture going on in England even though Her Majesty's Government is deeply corrupt. Jews in Palestine are different. They just do it. Ditto for murder, ethnic cleansing, slave trading and robbing Holocaust® survivors whether real or alleged. To be fair there are Jews doing something about it. Here are some. One plus point with Yesh Din is that they are saying much the same about the hooligans that run the place as I do.

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
Is another with an all Jew management. They seem keen on human rights for homosexuals but do not say whether they care about the right of little boys to be left alone by paedophiles.


B'Tselem - The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
B'TSELEM - The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories was established in 1989 by a group of prominent academics, attorneys, journalists, and Knesset members. It endeavors to document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the Occupied Territories, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and help create a human rights culture in Israel.........

As an Israeli human rights organization, B'Tselem acts primarily to change Israeli policy in the Occupied Territories and ensure that its government, which rules the Occupied Territories, protects the human rights of residents there and complies with its obligations under international law.
It sounds as though there are influential Jews involved in this one. They do not get named here. See also B'Tselem ex Wiki.


Human Rights in Israel
Actually it is more women's rights.


Human Rights Watch
Is an NGO, not a charity proper. This means the rules are looser. It is a political front for pushing various single issues which are all designed to destroy civilization using Cultural Genocide and Lenin's Useful Idiots. Pretending to care about human rights was a cover for getting Jews out of the USSR. Complaining bitterly about critics of murder, rape, ethnic cleansing spoils their pretence but they only do this when Jews are the perpetrators.


Public Committee Against Torture in Israel
The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI) believes that torture and ill treatment of any kind and under all circumstances is incompatible with the moral values of democracy and the rule of law.

PCATI advocates for all persons - Israelis, Palestinians, labor immigrants and other foreigners in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) – in order to protect them from torture and ill treatment by the Israeli interrogation and law enforcement authorities. These include the Israel Police, the General USSRSecurity Service (GSS), the Israel Prison Service and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). PCATI acts in accordance with moral and democratic values, and the standards set in Israeli and International law.

PCATI was founded in 1990 in reaction to the ongoing policy of the Israeli government, which permitted the systematic use of torture and ill treatment in GSS interrogations.

In September 1999, following petitions filed by PCATI and other human rights organizations (the Association for Civil Rights, Hamoked-the Center for the Defense of the Individual), the High Court of Justice ruled to prohibit some of the methods of torture and ill treatment that had been employed until this time.. Although the ruling significantly improved the situation that existed at the time, it left an opening for the use of torture and ill treatment in Israel (the "necessity defense/ticking bomb" scenario).
They talk the talk. Do they walk the walk? Possibly. See also Public Committee Against Torture in Israel ex Wiki. It is managed largely by Jews - see


Yesh Din
Established in March 2005, Yesh Din is comprised of volunteers who have organized to oppose the continuing violation of Palestinian human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Some of us have long been active in defending human rights, and others have just recently joined the struggle. We have different personal, professional, and political backgrounds but are united by our deep concern over the serious damage the occupation is inflicting on both Palestinian and Israeli societies.........

In order to attain our goals more effectively, Yesh Din operates according to a model unique to human rights groups in Israel: While the organization is directed and run by volunteers, it also receives guidance from a professional team of lawyers, human rights experts and media consultants. As such, Yesh Din benefits from professional consulting, communications and legal services on a daily basis.

The Board

  • Shulamit Aloni. Lecturer on human rights. Former Israeli minister of education and culture, minister of communications, minister of science and arts. Founder and chairperson of Ratz – the Movement for Civil Rights and Peace. Recipient of the Israel Prize for special lifetime contribution to Israeli society.

  • Michael Ben Yair. Lawyer. Former attorney general of the State of Israel.

  • Rut Dayan. Expert on labor projects. Founder and director of Maskit; project director in Latin America for the Inter-American Development Bank.

  • Colonel (Ret.) Paul Kedar. Former Israeli consul in New York; head of Ministry of Defense delegation to Europe; IDF attaché to Turkey. Member of Beyt Hatfusot founders; director of Shlomi's Community Center.

  • General (Ret.) Shlomo Lahat. Former mayor of Tel Aviv-Jaffa.

  • Yair Rotlevy. Industrialist. Board member of several public companies and organizations for social change.

  • Michal Smoira-Cohn. Musicologist. Founder of Sovlanut; former chair of Israel's Women’s Organization Council; Councilor of the Jerusalem municipality.

  • General (Ret.) Shlomo Gazit. Former Head of Military Intelligence.

  • Talia Sasson. lawyer, former Deputy Attorney General for special assignments, author of the illegal outposts report submitted to the Government of Israel in 2005 according to the request of prime minister Ariel Sharon; an external Lecturer in Tel Aviv University.

  • Yehudit Karp. lawyer, former Deputy Attorney General.

  • Brigadier General (Res.) Ilan Paz. former head of the Civil Administration.

  • Ruti Cheshin. President and one of the founders of the Jerusalem Foundation.

It seems fairly clear that it is run by an all Jew line up. Not one is called Ahmed or Mohamed. Both generals understand strategy and will have grasped that if you murder people willy nilly their friends and families are going to be annoyed. It makes for a bad press even if you own most of it. Cleaning up their act is a good option. Robbing people is not.
PS The Wiki puts a favourable view of them at Yesh Din - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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