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Contacting the United Nations to start an investigation into Palestinian war crimes against Israeli children
The initiative calls to Save the Children by contacting United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and asking him to set up an investigation into Palestinian war crimes against Israeli children:
SAVE THE CHILDREN The current United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is Sergio Vieira de Mello.
It is interesting to note that Mr. De Mello attended the French-Brasilian high school in Rio de Janeiro. I attended the Licee Pasteur, the French-Brasilian high school in Sao Paulo - I called and gave my 2 cents to Mr. De Mello in Portuguese, French and Englih.
Please send a link to this article to everyone you know and ask your friends and family to contact Mr. De Mello and ask him when he is going to investigate this war crime against children. You might also want to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, the Child Rights Information Network (CRIN).
For a list of children murdered by Palestinian terrorists, check out the Victims page.
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