Israeli Prime Minister attacks human rights organizations

In attempt to expose "hypocrisy" of "anti-Israeli" human rights organizations, Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, spoke out against those groups, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Israel has been accused of human rights violations on the West Bank, according to a 166-page document created by the international group Human Rights Watch.

Netanyahu did not specifically attack the document, rather he called the organization "Anti-Israeli."

Human rights issues have been affecting Israel's well-being as a country for years and probably will for many more to come. But the fact that they are failing to look it in the face and accept their wrongdoings, the PM continues to ward off the accusations and point the finger on someone else.

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