Feb 20 2010

Amnesty International Has Lost Ability to Distinguish Right and Wrong

Published by at 6:37 pm under human rights,politics

Salman Rushdie on Amnesty’s poisonous relationship with Islamofascists:

Amnesty International has done its reputation incalculable damage by allying itself with Moazzam Begg and his group Cageprisoners, and holding them up as human rights advocates. It looks very much as if Amnesty’s leadership is suffering from a kind of moral bankruptcy, and has lost the ability to distinguish right from wrong. It has greatly compounded its error by suspending the redoubtable Gita Sahgal for the crime of going public with her concerns.

Read the complete statement here.

This is why I have recently ended my monthly donations to Amnesty’s organization. I will continue to write letters in support of political prisoners and human rights, but I will not fund an organization whose executive seems to have lost its way.

H/T to Harry’s Place

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  1. Markon 21 Feb 2010 at 5:30 am

    I agree with you 100%
    These guys have blinded themselves such that they cannot see the forest for the trees

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