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International Human Rights Commission-(IHRC)

International Human Rights Commission-IHRC is a non-profitable International Human Rights Organization. The name of the International Executive Committee (IEC) of IHRC was declared on 24th December 2003 in Geneva, Switzerland, the head quarters of UN.

 

The IEC have been established with 24th Member from 24 countries of Asia, Africa, Europe and America.Each member country of United Nations will be member of IHRC.

 

IHRC has been established for eradicating atomic weapons, conducting impartial inquiry of my torture in national or international level, mobilizing public opinion for peace and against war, materializing UN Charter of human rights in each and every country and to make UN a sovereign, neutral and rights organization

 

 

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The International Committee on Human Rights renews two years to its Commissioner in the Middle East, “Ambassador Dr. Haitham Abu Said”: to open all files or violations of humanity without political discrimination

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NEWS  /  The International Committee of the Human Rights (IHRC) has referred to the renewal of the work of its Commissioner for the Middle East, Ambassador Haitham Abu Said, for a period of two years starting from the end of April 2018. The Committee also noted on the website of its agency that the work of its commissioner is accurate, sensitive and dangerous in light of the atmosphere in the region, States that do not respect and violate international law and covenants and violate it daily without indifference and impunity. The tasks assigned to her Commissioner were a place of trust and support for reports that were out of his office and had been provided with high-resolution files to make it move smoothly at the level of international judicial forums.

For his part, the Information Office of Ambassador Abu Said assured the Secretary General of the Secretary-General’s understanding of all regional rationales and promised to complete what he had begun and would highlight everything that might be in violation of the Charter and the international covenant, whatever the group it is.

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Special Session of the Human Rights Council on the deteriorating human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem

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Statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein

18 May 2018

Mr. President,

Appalling recent events in Gaza have called this Council into Special Session. Since the protests began on 30 March, 87 Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli security forces in the context of the demonstrations, including 12 children; 29 others, including three children, were killed in other circumstances. And over 12,000 people have been injured, more than 3,500 of them by live ammunition.

The violence reached a peak on Monday 14 May, when 43 demonstrators were killed by Israeli forces – and the number sadly continues to climb, as some of the 1,360 demonstrators injured with live ammunition that day succumb to their wounds. These people, many of whom were completely unarmed, were shot in the back, in the chest, in the head and limbs with live ammunition, as well as rubber-coated steel bullets and tear-gas canisters. Israeli forces also killed a further 17 Palestinians outside the context of the five demonstration hot spots. Together, this figure of 60 is the highest one-day death toll in Gaza since the 2014 hostilities.

This was not “a PR victory for Hamas”, in the reported words of a senior Israeli military spokesman; it was a tragedy for thousands of families. The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has also described the demonstrators as being “paid by Hamas”, and has said the Israeli security forces “try to minimize casualties”. But there is little evidence of any attempt to minimize casualties on Monday. Although some of the demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails, used sling-shots to throw stones, flew burning kites into Israel, and attempted to use wire-cutters against the two fences between Gaza and Israel, these actions alone do not appear to constitute the imminent threat to life or deadly injury which could justify the use of lethal force.

The stark contrast in casualties on both sides is also suggestive of a wholly disproportionate response: on Monday, on the Israeli side, one soldier was reportedly wounded, slightly, by a stone. Killings resulting from the unlawful use of force by an occupying power may also constitute “wilful killings” – a grave breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention.

Palestinians have exactly the same human rights as Israelis do. They have the same rights to live safely in their homes, in freedom, with adequate and essential services and opportunities. And of this essential core of entitlements due to every human being, they are systematically deprived.

All of the 1.9 million people who live in Gaza have been penned in behind fences and have suffered progressively more restrictions and greater poverty. After 11 years of blockade by Israel they have little hope of employment, and their infrastructure is crumbling, with an electricity crisis, inadequate health services and a decaying sewage system that constitutes a threat to health. They are forced to seek exit permits from Israel for any reason, including for specialised health care, and many of those permits are denied or delayed – including permits for the majority of the demonstrators shot by Israeli security forces this week.

Israel, as an occupying power under international law, is obligated to protect the population of Gaza and ensure their welfare. But they are, in essence, caged in a toxic slum from birth to death; deprived of dignity; dehumanised by the Israeli authorities to such a point it appears officials do not even consider that these men and women have a right, as well as every reason, to protest.

Mr President,

Nobody has been made safer by the horrific events of the past week.

The human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territory continues to deteriorate. Settlement building continues, and settler violence has again been rising this year. Demolitions of private property continue, including punitive demolitions, which constitute a deplorable form of collective punishment. The small Bedouin community of Khan al Ahmar, just east of Jerusalem, is at high risk of forcible transfer. This week, the villages of Beita and Nabi Saleh were subjected to closures and restrictions on movement following clashes with the Israeli forces. Israel also continues to detain large numbers of Palestinians, including children, although under international law the detention of a child must be a measure of last resort. I also deplore the widespread and unprincipled use of detention without trial – described as “administrative detention” – and violations of fundamental fair trial guarantees. And the deficit in accountability for alleged extrajudicial killings and other violations, as previously reported by the Secretary General and my Office1, undermines confidence in Israeli justice.

I therefore endorse calls made by many States and observers for an investigation that is international, independent and impartial – in the hope the truth regarding these matters will lead to justice.

Those responsible for violations must in the end be held accountable. In this context, as in all conflicts where impunity is widespread, unless ended by a peace settlement, excessive violence – both horrifying and criminal – flows easily from the barrel of a gun; becomes normal, destroying the occupied perhaps, but something crucial too in the occupier. What do you become when you shoot to kill someone who is unarmed, and not an immediate threat to you? You are neither brave, nor a hero. You have become someone very different to that.

And then there is the fear and hatred – those dreadful twins, prolific in the manufacturing of violence and human suffering, now transforming into a psychosis, on both sides, more tightly spun, and more corrosive. And to what end? So we will all be destroyed?

The occupation must end, so the people of Palestine can be liberated, and the people of Israel liberated from it. End the occupation, and the violence and insecurity will largely disappear.

I urge Israel to act in accordance with its international obligations. Palestinians’ right to life, their right to security of the person and rights to freedom of assembly and expression must be respected and protected. All individuals’ right to health must be respected and protected, regardless of the context in which they may have been injured. The rules of engagement for Israel’s security forces must be in line with Israel’s international obligations, and I urge that they be published.Children should never be the targets of violence and must not be put at risk of violence or encouraged to participate in violence. I again remind all concerned that lethal force may only be used in cases of extreme necessity, as a last resort, in response to an imminent threat of death or risk of serious injury.

Thank you Mr President.

The International Committee on Human Rights hails the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and demands that it cease its work in Israel …

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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) praised the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) following a report by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the possession of a powder used for nuclear war production by the Islamic Republic of Iran. The organization found no evidence of the presence of such material in Iran. Nuclear program with Western countries and all its work in the field of nuclear energy is within the peaceful use,

The Middle East envoy, Dr. Haitham Abu Said, called on the International Committee on Human Rights to pressure Israel to dismantle the nuclear vision it is acquiring in its Dimona operations. The number of these heads is 200 nuclear warheads, 200 threatening not the Middle East, but the whole world. He concluded that the real threat comes from Israel, which is always trying to escape from this file and prevent any international committee in this regard to intervene or monitor this matter,

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The International Human Rights Commission: Satisfaction with the mission’s course of action in Douma and to ensure that it is not under pressure.

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The International Committee of the Human Rights (ICHR) has indicated that it is monitoring the operation of the chemical weapons investigation mission in Damascus and is satisfied with its entry into Duma on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, and taking samples of sites suspected of being used as chlorine during military action.

The communication came after the International Secretary-General Dr. Sfeul Dolder with the Middle East Commissioner Ambassador Dr. Haitham Abu Said explained that the response of the local authorities and facilitation of the mission by the Syrian and Russian police together is highly appreciated. The committee will in turn ensure that there is no pressure on the members of the mission by anyone who tries to question the evidence. In advance, which may place those States and the work of the mission place the mark of question and this is not wanted by the Secretary-General or the General Assembly.

The statement of the ICRC concluded with reference to the seriousness of the stage in the Middle East and the consequences that may result if it is highly professional, which makes the issue of doubt is not available so that the United Nations and its Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to end this issue that some countries are trying to exploit for aggressive action In the region.

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International Commission on Human Rights: UN Resolution 2401 has been partially applied and a case is always in doubt …

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The Commissioner of the Middle East for the International Human Rights Commission and the Secretary General of the European Department for Security and Information, Ambassador Haitham Abu Said, affirmed the implementation of most of the provisions of UN Resolution 2401 on Syria, which were voted by members of the UN Security Council at a meeting held on 24 February 2018, Some of the scholars’ efforts and their lack of recognition as a result of the decline of their project in the eastern Ghouta, which began to restore some of the features of life, which returned a large number of displaced persons in the past.

Abu Said said that humanitarian aid has been delivered to the concerned bodies and distributed in time after the opening of the humanitarian corridors, which suffered many obstacles in a timely manner. Medical assistance was also provided and the wounded were evacuated to hospitals in Damascus in order to receive appropriate treatment in accordance with international law. “According to eyewitnesses who went out and testified to the committee, they pointed out that the militants were preventing them from bread and food and confiscated the material for armed groups.

The remaining 5.6 million people in 1244 localities remain incomplete and there is still a need to provide and find ways to find aid, which includes 2.9 million people in hard-to-reach areas.

With regard to the “Army of Islam” fighter by the Syrian army and its connection to the resolution 2401

The resolution requires cessation of hostilities against the Islamic State, Al-Qaeda and the Nasra Front, and all individuals, groups and entities associated with them or “terrorist groups” classified by the Security Council. Accordingly, according to the documents received, this organization is no less important than the aforementioned regulations, if not worse. Therefore, the allegations yesterday about the use of chemicals in the “Douma” remains a matter of great doubt because of the many allegations had been prepared by the “White Helmets”, which was joined today by an American organization and may also be within the policies of States within the existing conflict, A special committee to confirm all the details, especially with the presence of materials of chlorine found in the industry of one of the Western countries, and the scene that comes out in the media unprofessional and non-artisan.

The HRC Secretariat – To all Permanent Missions to the United Nations Office at Geneva:

The Secretariat of the Human Rights Council presents its compliments to all Permanent Missions to the United Nations Office at Geneva, international organizations or their offices, national institutions, non-governmental organizations and other human rights bodies, and has the honour, on behalf of the President and the co-facilitators of the long-term efficiency process, and with reference to the announcement in the minutes of the Bureau meeting of 9 March, the Secretariat of the Human Rights Council to inform that the informal consultations to officially launch the long-term efficiency process will be held on 12 April, at 10:00 in Room XXI.
We wish to recall that, as announced in the minutes of the Bureau meeting of 5 February, the President has appointed co-facilitators to hold consultations throughout the year to collect views and identify long-term measures to improve efficiency and strengthen the Council.
The co-facilitators on improving the annual programme of work of the Council: Ambassador Antje Leendertse (Germany) and Ambassador Evan Garcia (Philippines).
The co-facilitators on the rationalization of resolutions and initiatives: Ambassador Marta Maurás (Chile) and Ambassador François Ngarambé (Rwanda).
The co-facilitators for modern-technology: Ambassador Janis Karklins (Latvia) and Ambassador Nazhat Shameem Khan (Fiji).

The above-mentioned minutes of the Bureau meetings are attached for ease of reference.

 


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A toutes les Missions permanentes auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève :

Le Secrétariat du Conseil des droits de l’homme présente ses compliments aux Missions permanentes auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève, les organisations internationales ou leurs bureaux, les institutions nationales, les organisations non-gouvernementales et autres organes des droits de l’homme, et a l’honneur de leur transmettre
, au nom du Président et des cofacilitateurs du processus d’efficacité à long terme, et en référence à l’annonce faite dans les minutes de la réunion du Bureau du 9 Mars, que les consultations informelles pour le lancement officiel du processus d’efficacité à long terme auront lieu le 12 avril à 10 heures en salle XXI du Palais des Nations.
 
Tel qu’annoncé dans les minutes de la réunion du Bureau du 5 février, le Président a nommé les cofacilitateurs ayant pour rôle d’organiser des consultations tout au long de l’année afin de recueillir les diverses opinions et d’identifier les mesures à long terme pour améliorer l’efficacité du Conseil et le renforcer.
 
Les cofacilitateurs sur l’amélioration du programme de travail annuel du Conseil sont : Ambassadeur Antje Leendertse (Allemagne) et Ambassadeur Evan Garcia (Philippines).
 
Les cofacilitateurs sur la rationalisation des résolutions et des initiatives sont : Ambassadeur Marta Maurás (Chili) et Ambassadeur François Ngarambé (Rwanda).
 
Les cofacilitateurs sur l’utilisation des technologies modernes sont : Ambassadeur Janis Karklins (Lettonie) et Ambassadeur Nazhat Shameem Khan (Fiji).
 
Veuillez trouver ci-joint les minutes des réunions du Bureau susmentionnées pour faciliter les références.
 

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The International Human Rights Committee: Britain and the Mossad are involved in the financing of toxic substances in al-Ghouta and running operations in the Kurdish regions

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The Commissioner of the Middle East for Human Rights Ambassador Dr. Haitham Abu Said received new documents from one of the Syrian figures concerned in reconciliations about the arrest of trucks after being ambushed by the Syrian army She was heading for the Eastern Vanguard before the outbreak of the so-called Scrippel crisis two days ago.After a close follow-up by those who were assigned the secret behind the assassination of the Russian spy Scrippal with his daughter in Salisbury in Britain by the British intelligence and Wouter accused Russia to do so without evidence because the Syrian army and with the help of allies was able to confiscate that truck loaded with weapons, Under the deal, a green-colored shell of British industry and in the city of Salisbury: (Check what was written on the shell and then things become clear).
Among the dangerous information confirmed by the Commission’s special means are that British, American, Israeli and Saudi intelligence officers were captured by the Syrian army in one of the heavily fortified operations rooms during the Syrian army and its allies’ invasion of the Eastern Vanguard and direct assistance to Russia. When Britain asked Oman to mediate with Russia To send British officers to it, and when the response came negative and that it is necessary to communicate with the Syrian leadership, this was not a place of welcome.
In a related context, Ambassador Abu Said pointed out that there is a joint Israeli / Kurdish operations room in the provinces of Al-Jazeera and Kubani, which manages the military operations there. It also supports the logistics along with the five US bases (Kubani / Ein Al Arab No. 2, Al- And al-Shaddadi) and benefit from the oil and cotton resources and the three dams (Baath, Revolution and Tishrin) as well as vast agricultural lands

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Trump’s White House “IN CHAOS”?

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I’d like to present two opposing statements.

“I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts.” -Abraham Lincoln

&

“The new Fake News narrative is that there is CHAOS in the White House. Wrong! — There is no Chaos, only great Energy!” -Donald Trump

That last statement is verbatim to what Donald J. Trump* tweeted.
*(Trump now prefers to be called by his rap nickname: DJ Stable Genius).

So, I guess it depends how you look at it. When Trump’s aides and staff, run around the White House, terrified, waving their arms and shouting “Oh, my GOD, oh, my GOD,- RUN, HIDE, he’s spiraling out of control!!”, and, — “HE’S ACTUALLY BITING PEOPLE NOW, WITH HIS RAZOR-SHARP FERRET TEETH!”, and, — “I can’t help, I’m busy writing my suicide note!”…

Some might call that “CHAOS”, but Trump calls it “GREAT ENERGY”!

So, “great energy” is now permeating the White House. There’s the “great energy” generated by Trump screaming at three televisions and three separate Generals. There’s the “great energy” of probes and indictments. A lot of “great energy ” was spent ranting and raving, about Alex Baldwin, and later, Alec Baldwin, (in Trump’s response to a blatant threat from Russia, to burn us all off the face of the Earth, and to continue to interfere in any elections we might like to have, which, in some ways… is even worse than being blown up in a holocaust of fire and radiation).

Speaking of “great energy’, when Hope Hicks left her position of caregiver in the Mattis / Kelly White House Adult Day-Care Center, ending her time as Trump’s 2nd surrogate daughter/wife, — many feared Trump would react in a way that’s indicative to how Trump reacts to things, so, Trump started a global trade war, after consulting with his staff and saying: “La la la la, I’m not listening! I’m going to do something crazy on a whim, and no one can stop me!”

Inspiring words, indeed.

There’s also a lot of other factors in the White House, causing “great energy”.

  • Jared Kushner: has had his security clearance upgraded so he can now read the menu in the White House cafeteria, but is still downgraded to where he can’t read anything else. Some feel this might impede Kushner from borrowing hundreds of millions of dollars from foreign entities, in exchange for preferential treatment from the U.S. Government (formerly known as “the U.S. Government”). Kushner needs close to a billion dollars because he decided to buy a haunted building in NYC, moments before the housing market crumbled, and, shockingly, wound up in financial trouble as a result.
  • A myopic Jeff Sessions keeps bumping into things, and bumbling around, due to his rapidly failing eyesight. This VEXES Trump.
(L): Jeff Sessions sends a letter to Sergey Kislyak. — (Right): Jeff Sessions thinks “The Walking Dead” has really “slipped since season 6″.

Sessions also continues to refuse to un-recuse himself from an investigation he’s also a suspect in, due to “all known laws”. Trump has claimed he wouldn’t have hired Sessions, if he knew Sessions would recuse himself, instead of just graciously going to prison in defense of Donald Trump.

  • John Kelly: claimed that his position of “White House Chief of Staff” is “a punishment from GOD”.
    — GOD recently replied: “Yeah, that sounds about right…” via a burning Bush* (*Jeb).
  • H.R. McMaster: was seen wearing a Beatles wig and carrying a suitcase, and many fear he left the White House to join a Beatles tribute band.
He’s Got a Ticket to Ride! (And he don’t care…)

The “great energy” in the oval office has even spread to former members of Trump’s campaign, such as Sam Nunberg, who took his own “great energy” onto various newscasts, answering questions such as:

“Are you drunk?” and, “How drunk are you?”

Nunberg, responded by saying he has no intention of listening to grand juries, and that he doesn’t like subpoenas. He brazenly said he won’t cooperate with Mueller’s request for his communications, shortly before being arrested by the FBI and having his offices raided.

So, EXCITED about all the GREAT ENERGY that totally isn’t CHAOS, emanating from the White House, amidst the screaming, and fire, and smoke?
Will YOU — be joining Trump’s staff, as more members of his cabinet get indicted, or, change their names, don a disguise and a fake passport, and flee the country? Let us know in the comments below!

Pictured: Everything is fine… no reason to worry. He doesn’t seem like a maniacal, unhinged, lunatic, at all.

Written by Steven W. Rouach

EU remains committed to support UN-led efforts

 

Today, the and Member States are coming together in Geneva to raise urgently needed funds to provide humanitarian aid to people in . Read: & watch the opening of the pledging event live, 10 am CET:

UN DESA Voice April 2018: #WeAreIndigenous, People on the move, Funding the global goals Inbox x

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Protecting the rights and well-being of indigenous peoples

Indigenous communities play a vital role as custodians of our planet, possessing vital knowledge that will support global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But despite progress to protect their rights, many of the world’s 370 million indigenous peoples face discrimination and threats to their livelihoods and ancestral lands. To tackle these challenges, more than 1,000 representatives of indigenous people’s organiza
tions, Members States and UN agencies will gather for the 17th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues taking place at UN Headquarters on 16-
27 April 2018.