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Shame on Switzerland for adopting a burqa ban. Some defend it by claiming the burqa is a "symbol of the oppression of women," and coercion should be fought, but the ban denies women the right to wear the burqa voluntarily as an act of religious freedom. https://t.co/fWizczJHSs https://t.co/y5wyt6ownX
As Russia & China block International Criminal Court jurisdiction over Syria, the impunity enjoyed by the Assad government has led to ~200K civilians killed including tens of thousands "disappeared" and thousands subjected to torture & death in detention. https://t.co/VvxQvdM37E https://t.co/izhZ9WR8d7
"Chinese diplomats told US officials they would cut off exports of medical supplies to the United States if Washington" didn't stop criticizing Beijing's response to the virus and spotlighting that it hid and misrepresented information about the virus. https://t.co/VOTerSkxn9 https://t.co/ZIs4JzHwGo
A week in China: authorities prosecute democracy activists in Hong Kong. which allows them to meet without criticism in Beijing, which enables them to carry out mass detention, surveillance, and cruelty against Uyghur/Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang. https://t.co/im2fJKyn2U https://t.co/yp33S84jVW
The Israeli government may be trying to erase the Green Line, but it matters because its definition of Palestinian territory is where the settlements are war crimes and where the International Criminal Court has jurisdiction. https://t.co/6VmHAZLx0R
China's foreign minister says Beijing "is willing to engage with 'all parties' to ease the crisis" in Myanmar. But engagement isn't the issue. Will Beijing put pressure on the junta to reverse the coup? Why is it blocking strong UN Security Council action? https://t.co/fTJht59Gtr https://t.co/DEcz698dpE
The Myanmar junta's new lobbyist says "the military was best placed to oversee a return to democracy after the coup it staged." Well yes, it can reverse the coup & allow the elected government to take power. But Gen Min Aung Hlaing instead wants a do-over. https://t.co/kkJrodBBdC https://t.co/q1ifq5HlqS
China's foreign minister says Hong Kong needs "electoral reform." What he really means, judging by Beijing's actions, is the abolition of meaningful elections. The Chinese government prefers the fake "elections" they hold in Beijing. https://t.co/ZmDTEY5NAt https://t.co/6bxW1VMplY
"Myanmar police fired tear gas to break up a sit-in demonstration by tens of thousands of people in Mandalay on Sunday, while protests were held in at least half a dozen other cities in some of the most widespread action against last month's coup." https://t.co/ZbksH4R7aB https://t.co/QhsuQQAeCU
We've seen what the Myanmar military can do: think about the atrocities committed against Rohingya Muslims. If the world doesn't act to reverse the coup -- if China doesn't stop blocking strong UN Security Council action -- the results could be disastrous. https://t.co/8cgobQxpqj https://t.co/4l97cKr1jo
This week's trending rights tweets: China blocks UN Security Council action on Myanmar, Ethiopia obstructs humanitarian aid to Tigray, China criminally imprisons Uyghur Muslims, the International Criminal Court opens an Israel-Palestine investigation. https://t.co/aXulL7Q4gr https://t.co/yEfSGm2OJu
Germany has become the go-to place for prosecuting officials who commit atrocities because it has a broad law on universal jurisdiction (giving jurisdiction for atrocities committed abroad) and has invested the resources in mounting prosecutions. https://t.co/DVjlh2dEOo https://t.co/ITLvtfEz7P