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Resources updated between Monday, April 26, 2021 and Sunday, May 02, 2021

April 30, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe (File photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Female political prisoners in Iran facing 'psychological torture', say campaigners Document

April 29, 2021

President Joe Biden (Credit: Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

How Biden is smashing America's moral compass and dragging the West behind it Article

Saeid Mollaei, an Iranian judo champion who fled Iran after being forced to lose a judo match to avoid competing against an Israeli (File photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Iran suspended from world judo federation for 4 years over Israel boycott policy Article

Antisemitic mob at Durban Conference, 2001 (File photo)

Is Spain a Champion of the "Zionism = Apartheid" Campaign of Durban IV? Article

April 28, 2021

A rocket from Gaza (File photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

After a day of quiet, Gaza terrorists fire 2 mortar shells toward Israel Document

April 27, 2021

Sarah Halimi

"A French judge with more than 25 years of experience on the bench resigned from his post on Monday, citing the decision earlier this month of France's highest court to excuse from trial the accused antisemitic killer of a Jewish woman in her Paris home in 2017.

82-year-old Jack Broda - an associate judge at the judicial tribunal in the city of Nancy - told media outlets that he could no longer serve the French judicial system following the April 14 decision of the Court of Cassation not to try 31-year-old Kobili Traore for the brutal murder of Sarah Halimi, a 65-year-old educational specialist, on the grounds that his consumption of marijuana had rendered him temporarily insane on the night of the killing. Under the French penal code, an accused person deemed by court-appointed psychiatrists to have lost their 'discernment' cannot be held responsible for any crimes subsequently committed, even if the accused entered this mental state through the voluntary consumption of drugs.

'I am Jewish, but it is less the emotion I feel than the catastrophic dysfunction of the instruction in this case, that made me make this decision,' Broda told his local news outlet, L'Est Republicain, on Monday.

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French Judge Retires His Robes in Protest at 'Catastrophic' Decision in Sarah Halimi Antisemitic Murder Case Article

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her family (Photo courtesy Campaign to Free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe)

U.K. Slams Iran Over 'Unjustified' Jailing of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Document

April 26, 2021

French police (File photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Killer of French Police Officer Was a Radicalized Islamist, Prosecutor Says Document

20,000 protesters at Paris rally calling for justice for Sarah Halimi (Photo courtesy social media)

Protests in France as man who killed Jewish woman avoids trial Article