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October 04, 2010

How Countries Voted on the Flotilla Report

The UN's Human Rights Council recently voted in support of the flotilla report it commissioned. And as Robin Shepherd points out, "80% of participants in latest UN rights council vote against Israel ranked 'Not Free' or only 'Partly Free' by Freedom House."

Read his observations on the issue here. And for our analysis of the report itself, be sure to check out this article on CAMERA's Web site.

Posted by GI at October 4, 2010 04:02 PM


Wow, I made a similar analysis about the UNHRC and the Goldstone report(1), link below.

68% percent of the UNHRC members who voted in favor of the Goldstone report (against Israel), were considered "not free" or "partly free" by Freedom House.

All of the members who voted against the Goldstone report (in favor of Israel), were considered "free" by freedom house.


Posted by: Michael Weis at October 14, 2010 06:22 AM

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