UN Palmer commission negates Human Rights Council on Israeli clash with IHH flotilla

It’s time now for the UN Human Rights Council to apologize for its laughably one-sided investigation into Israel’s May 2010 flotilla clash. Recall that in September 2010, commission chair Desmond de Silva castigated UN Watch for daring to challenge his report’s failure to consider key facts, and …

UN Secretary-General Ban-ki Moon calls nations to "discourage flotillas"

“The Secretary-General is also following with concern media reports of potential new flotillas to Gaza that can provoke unnecessary confrontations. The Secretary-General calls on all Governments concerned to use their influence to discourage such flotillas, which carry the potential for escalation. He …

Issue 258: Goldstone and the Guerilla Flotilla: An Emerging Pattern

The distinguished New York attorney Trevor S. Norwitz delivered the folowing remarks on October 5, 2010, at the conference of the Lawfare Project entitled “Lawfare: Shared Implications for the U.S. and Israel.” Published here by UN Watch with permission of the author. Goldstone and the Guerilla Flotilla: An …

Issue 257: U.N. Flotilla Probe: “Even If Bin Laden Himself Were on Ship, Israel’s Blockade Still Illegal”

 U.N. Probe Ignored Evidence on Islamist Passengers’ Bid for ‘Martyrdom’   GENEVA, October 6 – The U.N. commission into Israel’s May 31 flotilla clash declared during a recent U.N. Human Rights Council debate that “even if Bin Laden himself were on the Mavi Maramara, Israel’s blockade would …

U.N. Flotilla Probe: “Even If Bin Laden Himself Were on Ship, Israel’s Blockade Still Illegal”

PRESS RELEASE NGO: U.N. Probe Ignored Evidence on Islamist Passengers’ Bid for ‘Martyrdom’ GENEVA, Sept. 28 – The U.N. commission into Israel’s May 31 flotilla clash declared during a U.N. Human Rights Council debate today that “even if Bin Laden himself were on the Mavi Maramara, Israel’s …