UN Watch forum on Iran to feature lawyer of 26-year-old Reyhaneh Jabbari, who was executed by Iran on Saturday

Victims, activists, experts to expose violations on eve of Iran’s UN review GENEVA,  Oct. 28, 2014 – One day before Iran goes before a United Nations examination of its human rights record, the non-governmental organization UN Watch will convene an international forum of Iranian victims, activists …

Nazareth Priest Tells U.N. in Arabic: “Israel is only country in Mideast where Christians live in safety”

Nazareth Priest Tells U.N. in Arabic: “Israel is only country in Mideast where Christians live in safety” Speaking in Arabic and on behalf of UN Watch, Father Gabriel Naddaf of Nazareth intervened during the recent 27th session of the UN Human Rights Council. Mr. President, I am speaking to you on …

Freeze all Swiss bank accounts held by the North Korean leadership

UN Watch Statement Human Rights Council, 27thSession UPR: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 19 September 2014   Delivered byJin Lee Thank you, Mr. President. UN Watch continues to be alarmed by the catastrophic situation of human rights in North Korea, as documented in the report that is before us today. …

Iraqi Minorities in Geneva Meet UN, US, EU, Demand Emergency Session

Iraqi Minorities in Geneva Meet UN, US, EU, Demand Emergency Session Yazidi Leadership Issue Geneva Statement Left to right: Iraqi Christians Ramzi Wahida & Maryam Wahida, UN Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer, Iraqi Christian representative, and Yazidi spokesman Breen Tahseen   GENEVA, Aug. 20, …

New video: What happened to the UN? * Jordanian Prince picked to be UN rights chief * Iranian dissident wins UN Watch rights award

Issue 491 In This Issue New Video: What Happened to the UN? Ban Ki-moon names Jordan’s Prince Zeid as next UN rights chief Iranian torture victim receives UN Watch’s Human Rights Award, blasts Tehran regime New Video: What Happened to the UN? The following new video tells the story of what …

U.N. Delegates Laud China for Death Denalty and Restricting Internet

PRESS RELEASE Group reports:  U.N. rights council turning into “Mutual Praise Society” GENEVA, February 9, 2009 — Delegates to a U.N. meeting today on China’s human rights record praised Beijing for practicing the death penalty, imposing internet censorship, and for being a “moral …