It's terrifying that Amnesty's leadership has so confidently promoted an incendiary accusation based on arguments that its own leaders are unable to defend.
Humanitarian organizations have accused Russia of bombing civilian centers including hospitals, an orphanage and a kindergarten.
Ambassador Meirav Eilon Shahar accused the U.N. in a scathing letter of having bias against Israel.
Amnesty's report makes clear that the "two-state solution" paradigm is defunct.
As someone who grew up in South Africa and now resides in Israel, I had a responsibility to thoroughly investigate the report.
Israelis should see in the criticism a constructive call for change rather than delegitimization. Isn't that what a democracy would do?
The kind of over-the-top proclamations by agenda-driven organizations like Amnesty do less damage to Israel's reputation than to their own.
The origins of this campaign lie in the NGO forum of the UN World Conference against Racism held in Durban, South African in September 2001.
The wall is being built to stop migrants pushed from Belarus into Poland in what the European Union has called a "hybrid attack."
Homsi, who was detained in Lebanon for alleged cannabis possession and unspecified "security reasons," was released Wednesday.
"Yesterday's executions of 24 people demonstrates the Syrian government's disregard for international law," said Diana Semaan of Amnesty International.
The legislation, introduced to the country's parliament on Thursday, would strictly prohibit school children from being exposed to content that encourages gender change or homosexuality.
Amnesty International said Hammadi was targeted because she often models wearing nontraditional clothing and sometimes without a Muslim headscarf.
"COVID-19 has brutally exposed and deepened inequality both within and between countries, and highlighted the staggering disregard our leaders have for our shared humanity," Amnesty International Secretary General Agnès Callamard said on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has accused fighters from the Tigray People's Liberation Front of the mass killing.
There has been outrage at the death of Navid Afkari, 27, who took part in protests in 2018 and said he was tortured into confessing a murder.
Trucks outfitted with the campaign's message will also drive past the White House and ICE headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Global death estimates for health care workers who contracted COVID-19 more than doubled over the summer, according to a new analysis from Amnesty International.
Right now, 46 U.S. states allow citizens to openly carry firearms. In 31 of them, you can carry the gun without any license or permit.
A human rights champion might seem like an unlikely candidate for China to endorse—but Irene Khan's record suggests Beijing would have little to fear.
A visual reconstruction by Amnesty International and SITU Research found projectiles killed at least two dozen Iraqis since October 2019.
Amnesty International called for the end of violent crackdowns of protests in Iran following the Iranian military's shooting down of Ukraine flight #PS752.
Amnesty International described the Saudi Arabian government's sentencing of five men to death for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a "whitewash" of justice because they cleared the top officials tied to Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.
Published in light of Human Rights Day on December 10, the survey demonstrates a disconnect between world leaders and the wishes of their youngest generation, according to Amnesty International.
The organization released a report Thursday alleging that the extensive surveillance by the tech giants pose a "systematic threat to human rights."
Lebanon security forces were beating protesters and using large amounts of tear gas on crowds that had gathered in major cities to protest political corruption, said the organization.
Despite the government's iron fist, Egyptians are still intent on taking to the streets.