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Anatomy of a smear campaign: Human Rights Watch under attack

 
The Wall Street Journal, the Israeli government and its supporters attacked Human Rights Watch, alleging that the organization raised funds in Saudi Arabia by promoting its battle with pro-Israeli groups. The accusations appeared to be baseless, instead revealing an increasingly desperate attempt to smear critics of Israel’s conduct.
 
By EMILY DISCHE-BECKER
 
The Wall Street Journal, the Israeli government and its supporters attacked Human Rights Watch, alleging that the organization raised funds in Saudi Arabia by promoting its battle with pro-Israeli groups. The accusations appeared to be baseless, instead revealing an increasingly desperate attempt to smear critics of Israel’s conduct.
The Wall Street Journal, the Israeli government and its supporters attacked Human Rights Watch, alleging that the organization raised funds in Saudi Arabia by promoting its battle with pro-Israeli groups. The accusations appeared to be baseless, instead revealing an increasingly desperate attempt to smear critics of Israel’s conduct.
BEIRUT, July 22, 2009 (MENASSAT) - Last week, the Wall Street Journal published an article, entitled “Human Rights Watch Goes to Saudi Arabia; Seeking Saudi Money to Counterbalance ‘Pro-Is
By EMILY DISCHE-BECKER
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