Behind the scenes at U.N.

August 18, 2015 by J-Wire Staff
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For the first time on Australian shores, Executive Director of UN Watch Hillel Neuer and founder of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group, Bassem Eid will reveal many secrets about what goes on behind the scenes at the United Nations when they visit Sydney this month.

Bassam Eid

Bassam Eid

WIZO NSW president Gloria Newhouse says “They are at the cold front of what is happening with Israel/ Palestinian relations and have the answers to many questions our community holds at the forefront of their minds”

These questions include why the United Nations seems to always target Israel and why Europe so often sides against us.

“The truth is” Gloria Newhouse continues “that never before have such powerful speakers addressed our community”.

Hillel Neuer

Hillel Neuer

Neuer was recently voted one of the most influential Jews in the world tody by the Maariv newspaper in Israel and his commitment is to monitor the performance of the UN by the yardstick of its own charter.

Eid has come under wide ranging attacks for revealing human rights violations committed by the Palestinian Authority. He also condemns the BDS and is fighting for a just and realistic humanitarian solution for the Palestianian people.

Australian leading journalist Greg Sheridan will participate

Australian leading journalist Greg Sheridan will participate

WIZO NSW’s gala event have seen incredible speakers over the last few years and this year’s promises to raise the bar yet again.

Wed 26th August book online at www.trybooking.com/146321 or call the office on (02) 9387 3666 for more information or to book.

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