UN Watch’s Top Tweets in November 2021

Trending UN Watch tweets from November: Child marriage spikes in IranToronto school board cancels Yazidi activist Nadia Murad; WHO skips Greek letter “Xi” in naming coronavirus variant to avoid offending Chinese dictator; Richard Ratcliffe goes on hunger strike for his wife jailed by Iran — and more.

Toronto School Board Cancels Yazidi Activist Nadia Murad

Rashida Tlaib Marks UN Palestine Day

Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands Remembered

Child Marriage Spikes in Iran

Countries Vote No to Condemn Iranian Human Rights Abuses

Masih Alinejad Calls Out Iranian Crimes

Richard Ratcliffe Goes on Hunger Strike for His Wife Jailed by Iran

‘Group of Friends’ Forms at UN

ICC Announces Venezuela Investigation

Liking, retweeting, following: UN Watch tweets were liked and shared by thousands around the world, including by opinion leaders and celebrities such as:

  • UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion Ahmed Shaheed
  • Former UN Security Council President Diego Arria
  • Former Bolivian president Jorges Quiroga
  • Cuban human rights activist Rosa María Payá, Iranian women’s rights activist Masih Alinejad, Saudi dissident Raif Badawi, Simon Wiesenthal Center, Human Rights Foundation president Thor Halvorssen, Miss Iraq Sarah Idan
  • Canadian senator Leo Housakos, former Canadian immigration minister Chris Alexander
  • Chair of the British parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Tugendhat, Dutch MEP Peter van Dalen
  • Israeli ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan
  • Hudson Institute South & Central Asia Director and former Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani
  • U.S. actor Mark Pellegrino, UK television presenter & activist Rachel Riley, UK commentator Douglas Murray, UK historian and writer William Dalrymple

 

Many journalists also liked or shared UN Watch’s tweets, including:

  • Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg, CNN anchor Isa SoaresNational Review senior editor Jay Nordlinger & contributing editor Andrew Stuttaford
  • UK broadcaster Piers MorganSpectator chairman and former BBC presenter Andrew NeilDaily Telegraph columnist Allison Pearson, Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi

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