Top Tweets of the Week: Nov 24-Dec 1

Trending UN Watch tweets: Western governments’ asylum offers to recently-acquitted Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi are revealed as empty promises; Canada deviates from the rest of the free world by siding with the oppressive Cuban government and opposing U.S. initiatives to hold it accountable for human rights violations; UN Watch exposes Marc Lamont Hill’s Antisemitic speech at the UN; China detains 1,000,000 Muslims in re-education camps, with no response from Islamic states or the UN; Germany condemns Israel 8 time at the UN; and UN and Cuban officials caught stealing doctor salaries from doctors working in Brazil. 

Canada votes against a U.S. measure to hold Cuba accountable for its human rights violations through an amendment to a resolution in the UN General Assembly.

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UN Watch’s Top Tweets in November 2020

Trending UN Watch tweets from November: Iranian nuclear mastermind assassinated; China arrests Hong Kong activists; Canada votes for a one-sided resolution singling out Israel; Christiane