Pablo Kapusta

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Pablo Kapusta is the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fellow at the UN Watch in Geneva. He is a Princeton graduate.


Terrorism is a violation of human rights

Kapusta deliverd a speech at the UN in Geneva as part of an effort to equate "terrorism" (i.e., violence instigated by Iran or Syria) with a violation of "human rights". On show were the common means UN Watch (and other AJC related organizations) operate:

  1. forming coalitions with similar organizations;
  2. pushing motions that are favorable to Israel or help deflect attention and effort at the United Nations;
  3. dictate the United Nations' (or similar organizations) agenda.


...certain attacks on Israel and generalized attacks on Zionists are merely a repackaged form of classic anti-Semitism.[1]


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