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Resources updated between Monday, November 02, 2020 and Sunday, November 08, 2020

November 5, 2020

IDF soldiers confront Palestinian in car who shot at troops near a West Bank checkpoint, November 4, 2020 (Screen grab/Twitter)

Palestinian Authority security officer opens fire on IDF troops Document

November 3, 2020

Part of the documentary evidence provided by whistleblower Emma Reilly

"Congress is investigating new allegations the United Nations fed the names of Chinese dissidents to the Communist Party, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

Emma Reilly, a human-rights lawyer and former U.N. official, alleged in a Sunday interview that the U.N. handed over the names of Uighur dissidents to Communist Party officials, potentially endangering the dissidents and their families. China routinely surveils political opponents and could have used this information to punish those involved in exposing the Communist Party's campaign against the Uighur community, an ethnic minority population that has been targeted by the CCP in what many view as one of the globe's most pressing human-rights emergencies.

Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Texas), an outspoken critic of China, told the Free Beacon he is investigating the allegations in his role as the House Foreign Affairs Committee's lead Republican.

'The U.N. was founded on protecting human rights,' McCaul said. 'If this report is true, it is very troubling. We are looking into these allegations.' Sources at the Foreign Affairs Committee also confirmed they are probing the allegations, which could implicate the U.N. in China's efforts to spy on the Uighur community...."

Congress Probes Claim U.N. Gave Names of Uighur Dissidents to China Article

November 2, 2020

People running as shots are fired in Vienna, November 2, 2020 (Screenshot)

7 reported dead in suspected Vienna terror attack also said to target synagogue Document

IDF soldiers (File photo courtesy IDF Spokesperson Unit)

Palestinians Throw Bomb at IDF Troops in West Bank Document