OPINION: The selective attitude of Human Rights


by Waleed Al-Ghamdi

These human rights organizations are active in certain arenas and in specific circumstances.

While talking about Human Rights Organizations, it seems that they only see what they want to see, and they only hear what they desire and covet. What is the use of these organizations that work and are inspired by specific global powers, who have their own agendas, to repeat day and night about what they call violations of human rights in some countries, as if they are the thorns in the flower farms of the world.

These people do not know, or do not want to know, that the human rights that they claim to defend is just a sign used for other than the lofty goals for which they are raised, and to serve specific methods that only want to harm the reputation of Arab countries and Islam, which was established based on the constitution and relied on the values ​​of the true Islamic faith, and which honored human beings more than anything else.

In fact, the recent media uproar raised by mouthpieces with known identity, intentions and goals, represents one of these misleading faces and masks worn by these unjust suspicious organizations that claim to be concerned with human rights in the world.

The so-called “Arab Spring” happened, which prompted the Saudi Arabia to express its astonishment and strong disapproval of this great media campaign, which these organizations and their supporters did not raise when the security of more than a million Palestinians in Gaza was persecuted and their homes were targeted by tons of bombs, as well as during the occupation, destruction, division and displacement of Iraq and its residents. Another example is the forgotten issue of the Ahwazi Arabs.

Just as these humanitarian organizations did not arouse the interest or move a finger, those hateful racist crimes against Arabs and Muslims increase in more than one place in Europe in particular, as well as the United States. These countries have been witnessing more crimes of racism, not to mention the means of torture, and the cruelty that the CIA has admitted, against the prisoners, despite their description of some characteristics that the West separates according to its size.

CIA here is ignoring that the interference of the so-called human rights organizations in this regard in the internal situations of the Arab countries is considered a major violation and interference in the internal affairs, something that no sovereign state can accept.

And the fact that we must focus and pay attention to, and which every follower of global affairs has noticed, is that these human rights organizations are active in certain arenas and in specific circumstances.

Their agendas set the interests of major powers that want to use them to pass their policies and ambitions, like a cat’s claw to interfere in the affairs of other countries and attack their internal security.

In addition, the legitimacy of the United Nations emphasizes the necessity of non-interference in the internal affairs of states, in order to help maintain security, stability and world peace.

The lie of human rights is taken for granted, and it has become an instrument of escape for those who are satisfied with it.

Waleed Al-Ghamdi is Saudi-based independent researcher and political analyst. He tweets under @nofr2021.

Disclaimer: Views expressed by writers in this section are their own and do not reflect Milli Chronicle’s point-of-view.

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