The anti-Semitism from “Human Rights” organizations continues unabated. Ten of them, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, have nominated Egyptian activist Mona Seif for this year’s Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders.
So who is Mona Seif? Do these tweets of hers send a message?
Mona Seif @Monasosh People of Sainai, Our gas is being pumped again to Israel, Plz do something about it #FuckIsrael
Mona Seif @Monasosh We the Egyptian ppl DO NOT WANT OUR GAS TO BE EXPORTED TO ISRAEL.Sinai ppl are our heroes everytime they blow up the pipelines #FuckISrael
Mona Seif @Monasosh The Assholes they are killing kids while posing for pics as if it is a picnic!! #FUCKISRAEL #Gaza #Palestine
She condemned Human Rights Watch:
Mona Seif @Monasosh An occupied nation fighting back but HRW asks :”Palestinian Groups Need to Halt Rocket Attacks on Civilians” SHAME ON YOU… #FuckIsrael
Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch tweeted:
Hillel Neuer @HillelNeuer Dear Hans @Thoolen, We urge you to cancel your world human rights prize nomination of terror-supporter @monasosh:
Hillel Neuer @HillelNeuer Dear @KenRoth, Thank you for firing #RichardFalk. Now I urge you to distance yourself from pro-terrorist @Monasosh: http://www. unwatch.org/cms.asp?id=4004568&campaign_id=63111 …
UN Watch @UNWatch tweeted: Dear Mona Seif @Monasosh, We here in Geneva don’t applaud advocates of terrorism. Please withdraw now from the Prize:
Gabriel Schoenfeld @gabeschoenfeld @HillelNeuer @KenRoth @Monasosh Shame on Human Rights Watch, By honoring a terrorist sympathizer, they have once again debased themselves.
And most tellingly, other Egyptian human rights activists were outraged, too:
Amr Bakly ???? ???? @ABakly#Martin_Ennals_Award not for a terrorists supporters .. Mona Saif is a terrorist suppoerter ! #Human_Rights #Terror pic.twitter.com/u29PJZeGGT
Maikel Nabil Sanad @maikelnabil Martin Ennals Award committee has to explain to terrorism’s victims why they deserve to be killed by those who Mona Seif supports!!
Earlier this year, the U.S. State Department was going to honor Samira Ibrahim as a “Woman of Courage,” but backed down when they were inundated with criticism of her as an anti-Semite and supporter of terrorism. Will Human Rights Watch do the same?