NewsDear “Human Rights” Watch…May 20, 20211 comment Cinema Mode SubscribeMore than 8300 videos to celebrate the Jewish story that unite us now. Please wait... All set. Welcome! facebooktwitterpinterestShopping Cart Emily in Katamon $14.90 Ari $14.90 Jewish Women Can Sing Too $14.90Your double standards towards the Israel-Palestine issue is glaring for all to see. Hila Oz gives her Hot Take for J-TV. Submit Rating Thanks! Don't forget to share this with your friends! What did you think of this? Oy! Sorry you didn't like it! Want to tell us why? Please include your email address if you'd like a reply. Submit Feedback FacebookEmailWhatsAppTwitterYou may also like Being the Queen: The Life of Queen Elizabeth II In memoriam Queen Elizabeth II Introducing RateMyBeitDin.com The battle for real estate in Jerusalem’s Old City Aviv Geffen asks forgiveness from settlers, calls for unity Inflation? This is what it was like in Israel in the 1980’s Ben Shapiro interviews Bibi Netanyahu Salman Rushdie – Writing under death threats Are all Jews rich? Let it be: Yuval Dayan and Ran Dankner sing to President Joe Biden ‘Who By Fire’: Leonard Cohen’s surprising Yom Kippur War performance in Sinai Watch New York’s Celebrate Israel Parade 20221 commentHuman Rights Watch is not a perfect organization (there is no such thing as a perfect person, political party, or organization). Despite the fact that it’s possibly the most credible human rights organization in the world, I don’t preclude thinking that there is room for improvement within HRW.In Israel/Palestine, Human Rights Watch has been mostly focused on documenting atrocities and war crimes by all three sides of the armed conflict (Fatah, Hamas, and the Israeli Defence Forces). Human Rights Watch accompanies any accusation of a human rights violation with proof or thorough evidence that the accusation is true.This being said, the video above does not even resemble an honest, fact-based, detailed analysis of HRW’s shortcomings. If anything, it appears to be a hateful, absurd, and schizophrenic emotional outburst against HRW’s staff and the Palestinian people. In my opinion, video closely resembles what one sees on Russian television nowadays, or what one would see on Serbian television in the 1990s.We mustn’t forget that arguments nearly identical to this video were used by Slobodan Milošević (former president of Serbia and convicted war criminal) to excuse ethnic cleansing in Kosovo (arguments such as “[such-and-such area] is the native homeland and holy land of [such-and-such ethnic group], and therefore [such-and-such other ethnic group] doesn’t deserve the right to live there”).I’d like to conclude this by stating that I am certain that Ms’Oz’s nonsensical opinions do not represent the views of all Israelis or all people of Jewish descent (such as myself).I’d strongly recommend that you remove this shameful video from your site.