Top Tweets September 2022

UN Watch’s Top Tweets in September 2022

Trending UN Watch tweets from September: Iranian women lead protests against the regime; UN Human Rights Council opens in Geneva, Qatar nominated to head UN human rights and democracy forum; Abraham Accords prompt UNHRC joint statement by Arabs and Israel; UN General Assembly opens in New York.

UN Human Rights Council Opens in Geneva

Qatar Nominated to Head UN Human Rights & Democracy Forum

Abraham Accords Prompt UNHRC Joint Statement by Arabs & Israel

UN General Assembly Opens in New York

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

  • Former UN Security Council President Diego Arria
  • U.S. ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council Michèle Taylor
  • Former UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion Ahmed Shaheed
  • Iranian women’s rights activist Masih Alinejad, Russian opposition politician Vladimir Kara-Murza, Cuban human rights activist Rosa María Payá, Saudi dissident Raif Badawi, Zimbabwean pro-democracy activist Pastor Evan Mawarire, Chinese cartoonist Badiucao
  • Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley
  • Former Canadian ambassador to the UN Louise Blais, senator Leo Housakos
  • UK MP Tom Tugendhat, Chair of the UK Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee, Members of UK House of Lords Sarah Ludford & Howard Leigh
  • Dutch MP Gert-Jan Segers, Irish MP John Paul Phelan
  • Permanent Mission of Lithuania to the UN
  • Israeli ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan
  • Foundation for Defense of Democracies president Clifford May & CEO Mark Dubowitz, Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China coordinator Luke de Pulford, Lawyers Without Borders president William Goldnadel, UK Muslims Against Anti-Semitism chairman Ghanem Nuseibeh
  • Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass
  • U.S. singer David Draiman, Miss Iraq Sarah Idan, former professional baseball player & journalist Adam Housely, UK actor Omid Djalili, UK Olympic swimming medalist Sharron Davies


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

  • CNN anchor Jake Tapper & national security correspondent Kylie AtwoodNational Review senior editor Jay Nordlinger & foreign affairs reporter James Quinn, Commentary executive editor Abe GreenwaldThe Atlantic writer Yair Rosenberg, Wall St. Journal special writer Gregory Zuckerman, New York Sun correspondent Benny Avni
  • Toronto Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein, Globe & Mail columnist Andrew Coyne
  • The Economist China correspondent Alice Su
  • Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi
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