Saturday, April 08, 2017

Remember this about Human Rights Watch: its director relies on the op-ed of a pro-Saudi regime fellow at Rafiq Hariri Center in DC

Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth)
What might have led Assad to use nerve agent in Khan Sheikhoun? If you can't besiege and starve them, terrify them.
This should be for the history book when the story of the decline and demise of the credibility of Human Rights Watch is written.  Its director relies on an op-ed piece by a "fellow" at the notoriously pro-Saudi regime Rafiq Hariri Center at the Atlantic Council (and the Hariri Center is under strict order by its founder, Baha' Hariri, son of the notoriously pro-Saudi regime Rafiq Hariri, to not touch the Palestinian question in its propaganda work).