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For many years David Littman has been a tireless fighter for human rights at the United Nations. He consistently demands that the UN live up to what it claims to stand for, and insists that human rights organs apply the same standards to Muslim countries and the Third World as they do to the Western democracies.

Filip Dewinter, Bat Ye’or, and David Littman.

I first met Mr. Littman in October 2007, at the Counterjihad Brussels conference. During his presentations at the sessions, the amount of material he had at is fingertips was astonishing. There was never enough time for him to cover all the relevant information — we had to be content with a general overview of the human rights farce at the UN. His talks revealed the extent to which the United Nations has been Islamized through the overwhelming influence of the OIC.

Many thanks to Big Peace for publishing the letter, which is reproduced below:

To the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay

31 December 2010

Your Excellency,

Having suffered a serious brain haemorrhage on 27 November — and now being treated for acute leukaemia — it seems highly unlikely that I shall be allowed by my doctors to return to the Palais des Nations — without a mask, if at all — to defend universalhuman rights as I have endeavoured to do for the past 25 years. Hopefully, I shall remain in shape to prepare an ‘Appeal’ now and again — and perhaps more, if providence should allow.

Our 1st intervention on 3 February 1986 was a written Appeal — on behalf of the WUPJ — to the Chairman of the CHR’s 42nd session, condemning the nomination of ex-Nazi Byelorussian, Dr. Hermann Klenner, as one of three vice-chairmen. Our 1st oral statement (12 February) condemned the ongoing Orwellian UN General Assembly Resolution 3377, voted on 10 November 1975 (37 years after the evil 1938 Kristallnacht), equating Zionism with Racism. Our 2rd oral statement (3 March) dealt with the question of “fanatical fundamentalists preaching jihad actions of international terrorism against their sworn enemies: either Muslims, referred to as ‘heretics’; or non-Muslims, referred to as ‘infidels’.” Our 3rd oral statement (7 March), inter alia, dealt with the situation of dhimmis(Jews and Christians in Arab-Muslim lands), providing full details on this historical phenomenon, which slowly emptied ‘Arab lands’ of its ancient Jewish populations — from time immemorial — numbering over 900,000 in 1948 and under 20,000 by 1986; today they are less than 5,000 (barely ½ of 1%).

Madam High Commissioner, we are providing these ‘details’*, in order to stress that for 25 years we have reminded the CHR (and since 2006 the HRC), to no avail, of that commonplace saying: “after Saturday comes Sunday”: i.e. after the dhimmi Jews will have been expelled from Arab lands, it will be the time of the dhimmiChristians. Alas, the ‘international community’ has shown no interest in “Jewish refugees” from Arab-Muslim lands (representing about ½ of Israel’s Jewish population of 5.5 million) — only in “Arab-Palestinian refugees” from UN mandated Palestine, whose tragic plight resulted from the Arab League’s 1947 “no!” to international legality and its military attack to destroy Israel. This refusal then to recognise a Jewish State continues today.

The grave human tragedy of the Christians in the Middle East, particularly in Iraq, has worsened dramatically since our joint 2008 and 2009 Christmas Day Appeals to you, UNSRs, and at UN bodies. We are enclosing again our last year’s joint Appeal and a recent article by a Qatari liberal, Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari: “The Perpetrators of the Massacre at the Baghdad Church are ‘the Children of the Culture of Hate.” [Al-Jarida-Kuwait, 15 Nov. 2010, tr. by MEMRI, Special Dispatch 3473, 27 Dec. 2010].

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