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April 28, 2010

The New Republic on HRW

The New Republic publishes an eye-opening investigative report on the internal division within Human Rights Watch about the organization's handling of Israel. Among the many significant quotes from HRW insiders is the following:

“I think we tend to go where there’s action and where we’re going to get reaction,” rues one board member. “We seek the limelight—that’s part of what we do. And so, Israel’s sort of like low-hanging fruit.”

Posted by TS at April 28, 2010 04:43 AM

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