Recently, FIDH - International Federation of Human Rights held its 39th Congress in South Africa.
At the close of the conference, FIDH issued a resolution - called "Urgent resolution on Palestine".
In the resolution, this "human rights" organization discusses the recent spree of terror attacks against Israeli Jews. It doesn't condemn the attacks, though. It describes stabbing, shooting and running over Jews as "resistance" as it condemns "...the suppression of Palestinian resistance through the excessive use of force, recently manifesting in a 'shoot to kill policy' which resulted in the killing of over 200 Palestinians since October 2015."
For a "human rights" organization to describe murdering Jews as "resistance" undermines any claims it may have to morality.
Of course, since the meeting was held in South Africa, FIDH described Israel, and only Israel, as being guilty of "apartheid":
In light of the 39th FIDH Congress that is taking place in the symbolic location of Johannesburg, South Africa, and considering the developments in recent months in Israel/Palestine, FIDH repeats its call to Israel to end its longstanding occupation. FIDH also calls for Israel to end its apartheid measures and practices, discrimination policies, policies of arbitrary detention - particulary [sic] administrative detention, transfer of its civilian population into the occupied territory and the forced displacement of Palestinians from their land and homes.Israel is the only nation in the world repeatedly accused of apartheid by FIDH.
One of the vice presidents of FIDH is Shawan_Jabarin, leader of the Al Haq NGO but also a leader of the PFLP terror group, according to the Israeli Supreme Court.
The FIDH has accused Israel of war crimes and crimes against humanity and supports BDS. It has hundreds of press releases describing alleged violations of human rights by Israel, but I cannot find a single press release or paper on its site that deals exclusively with any Palestinian human rights violations.
The organization does condemn antisemitism in Europe, but I could not find a single mention of antisemitism in the Arab world on its site.
The FIDH concern for human rights seems to have some severe limitations when those human rights are those of Jews in the Middle East.
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