Trending UN Watch tweets from November: Iranian nuclear mastermind assassinated; China arrests Hong Kong activists; Canada votes for a one-sided resolution singling out Israel; Christiane Amanpour distorts the Holocaust for political purposes; China slams U.S. human rights record at UN review; UN Watch calls for Pakistan to be expelled from UN rights council; Venezuela and China critique U.S. elections; UN resolution calls Jerusalem’s Temple Mount solely by its Muslim name; Nigeria admits killing dozens of protesters.
UN Ignores Jewish Refugees Day
Iranian Nuclear Mastermind Assassinated
China Arrests Hong Kong Activists
Canada Joins the Singling Out of Israel
China Claims to Support Freedom of Religion
Christiane Amanpour Distorts the Holocaust for Political Purposes
China Slams U.S. Human Rights Record at UN Review
UN Watch Calls for Pakistan’s Expulsion From UN Human Rights Council
Teaching Venezuela and China What a Free and Fair Election Looks Like
The UN Refers to the Temple Mount Solely By Its Muslim Name
Nigeria Admits to Shooting Peaceful Protesters
Liking, retweeting, following: Influencers who shared or endorsed our tweets in November include Canadian Senator Linda Frum, Israeli MK Michal Cotler-Wunsh, Boston Globe op-ed columnist Jeff Jacoby, former head of UK forces in Afghanistan Colonel Richard Kemp, former Bulgarian foreign minister and OSCE chairman Dr. Solomon Passy, Al Jazeera English Beirut correspondent Timour Azhari, Wall St Journal Brussels correspondent Laurence Norman, Syrian human rights activist Asaad Hanna, and former New York Times op-ed editor Bari Weiss.