❌ France announces human rights prize for groups committed to blaming Israel’s response to Muslim riots
The French government announced the winners of the 2018 Human Rights Prize of the French Republic, endowed by the French Prime Minister.
This year’s prize is awarded to two radical leftist pro-Palestinian organizations dedicated to criticizing Israel’s response to violent Muslim riots, as France weighs state of emergency to respond to its own violent riots.
The prize will be awarded by the French Minister of Justice and the President of the National Consultative Commission on Human Rights to B’Tselem and Al-Haq, two far-left groups which campaign against Israel using half-truths, outdated information, and suspect sources.
Earlier this week French President Emmanuel Macron called for a State of Emergency following the worst rioting in Paris in 50 years.
French police have been filmed beating up a lone protester during a weekend of violence that saw three people killed and officers lose control on the streets of Paris due to riots over Emmanuel Macron’s controversial reforms.