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Rabbi Steven: WALLENBERG CITATION ACCEPTANCE SPEECH
(Left Photo) Minister Wollfarth (left) of German Embassy in Canada
and Dr. Daniel/Blandine Stringer with 2017 international Raoul Wallenberg Citation to Chancellor Angela Merkel.
(Right Photo) Canadian joint 2017 winners of Raoul Wallenberg citations, Imam Mohamad Jebara (centre right) and Rabbi Steven Garten, nominated by Naima Sidow (left) and Merle Haltrecht-Matte, on Parliament Hill.
David Kilgour: WALLENBERG CITATION INITIATIVE
Swans on Rideau River in Ottawa, October, 2016
Faculty and students (medical and law) at University Hospital in Seoul,
where David spoke about organ pillaging/trafficking in China.
At World Alliance of Religions peace summit in Seoul:
(L to R): Bishop Malkhaz Songulashvili of Tbilisi, Georgia;
Chief Justice Chan Reec Madut of South Sudan; David ;
Dr. Hong Ki Kim, president of International Assoc of Korean Lawyers.
Approx 700 visitors from about 70 countries attended.
David's reflections about peace summit in Seoul
Photos from the Holodomor mobile classroom (www.holodomortour.ca) at the
Ottawa Ukrainian Festival in Ottawa. In 1932-33, millions of Ukrainians died from hunger
because Stalin used grain as a weapon in the breadbasket of Europe.
IRS Urges Americans: Come Clean Now, Before We Read Panama Papers
Panama Papers May Trigger Demand for Good Government
German paper says it won’t publish all offshore files
Chinese Censors Erase #PanamaPapers Evidence From Web
China squelches Panama reports on hidden wealth
Panama Papers: The secret offshore world of the elite
Mossack Fonseca leak reveals elite's tax havens
The $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin
Supporters brandished posters of Ms Savchenko, calling her a "hero"
Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko given 22-year sentence
Ukraine officer Savchenko mocks judges in final appearance
Expat Sheng Xue reaches out about Chinese government’s intimidation
China's overseas critics under pressure from smear campaigns, cyber attacks
Ottawa Christian Writers' Conference on Saturday, April 2, 2016
Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin speaks at The National Press Club
David's remarks at showing of "Human Harvest" film at the Marda Loop Film Festival in Calgary
Mitt Romney calls Trump a ‘phony’ and a danger to GOP(Reuters Mar.3)
Robert L. Bernstein Acceptance Speech of the "Human Rights and Freedom Defender"
Wei Jingsheng Foundation Release, Feb. 11, 2016
Tsai Ing-wen elected Taiwan's first female president (Photo Credit: Epoch Times)
Professor Katrina Bramstedt, Ph.D., medical ethicist from Bond University (L) and Professor Maria Fiatarone Singh, M.D., a member of the Medical Advisory Board for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (R) provide expert commentary to an audience attending a screening of the film 'Hard to Believe' at N.S.W. Parliament House in Sydney on Oct. 28, 2015. (Epoch Times)
'Hard to Believe' Screening: Expert Panel Heightens Sense of Responsibility
Service in Tbilisi, Georgia, with Bishop Songulashvili on Christmas Day (Georgian calendar)
David's remarks to annual meeting of First Step Forum in Tbilisi, mostly about China
People stand in front of a specially illuminated facade of the Wilanow Royal Palace in Warsaw, Poland, on Dec. 6, 2013. The illumination is a winter attractions for tourists. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
Rule of Law Democracies Versus Authoritarian Kleptocracies in Europe and Asia Pacific
R to left panel at San Marcos, California, on human rights in China: Hugo Peng, Chen Shiz hong, Greg Autry, Anastasia Lin and David.
Human Rights and Governance in China Today
Why are Canada's party leaders ignoring China?
Human Rights Panel Says Westerners Don't See the 'Real China'
Medical experts explain party-state semantic trick to argue that organ pillaging/trafficking in China no longer violates international medical norms
Gao Zhisheng, a human rights lawyer, meets the media after being detained by Chinese security agents for 13 months at a teahouse in Beijing, China, on April 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
ABOTA urges U.S. involvement on behalf of Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng
Human Rights and Governance in China Today
China's Creepy New Form of Oppression
Interview with Gao Zhisheng
Chinese Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Said to Be Disappeared After Breaking Silence
Interview: China tortured leading rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng
Tortured China Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Speaks Out
Gao Zhisheng: Chinese lawyer describes 'torture'
David meeting with legislators and MDs in Taiwan about organ pillaging/trafficking. Taiwan now has among the world's best legislation banning commerce in human organs by its nationals.
David's notes for the book tour in five cities in Taiwan.
Why Did You Do That autobiography of David Matas launched in Ottawa
Transparency of organ donations: The case of China
Organ Transplant Abuse in China: What is to Korea to do?
A European Union investigation into transplant abuse in China
The Iran Nuclear Deal
A Liberal Human Rights Agenda
Global peer pressure and transplant abuse in China
Avoiding complicity in foreign transplant abuse
Barry Craig review of Matas autobiography
David Matas talks Chinese organ harvesting at Perth victim symposium
Transplant Profession Standards as a Source of International Law
David Matas: Life as a Human Rights Defender
26 Teens Rode 3000 Miles Across the US to Free Innocents Tortured in China
(Photo Credit: The Epoch Times)
Conflict takes centre stage at worldwide education conference
(Photo Credit: The Epoch Times)
Graduates from South Sudanese-Canadian community at celebration in Ottawa, piped in by 78th Fraser Highlanders.
David's remarks at event
Conservative trailblazer Flora MacDonald dies aged 89
Round table meeting on Iran as a democracy at home of Maryam Rajavi near Paris
David's remarks at meeting
'Human Harvest' Among the Powerful Storytellers Awarded the Peabody
(Photo Credit: The Epoch Times)
David Kilgour: Jiang Zemin "Should Be the First to Be Indicted"
Presentation at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences (Maria Cheung)
NAMING, SHAMING AND ENDING A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY IN CHINA
Joëlle Hivonnet, with European External Action Service, speaks at a recent workshop about organ harvesting in China held by the European Parliament on April 21 in Brussels, Belgium. (Epoch Times)
Minghui account of workshop
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT WORKSHOP ON ORGAN HARVESTING IN CHINA
Stalin and Lenin
What Putin Really Wants
An Arrest in France Freaks Out the Kremlin Kleptocracy
Putin accuses British anti-corruption campaigner Browder of three murders
How to Identify the Kremlin Ruling Elite and its Agents
Navalny, Anti-Rutabaga Candidate
Russia and the West: Handling the clash of worldviews
RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War
A Show Trial in Moscow
Russia-Linked Hackers Breached 100 Nuclear and Power Plants Just This Year
Ukraine Accuses Russia of the Unthinkable: Terror Attacks Against Its Own People
The Russian Company That Is a Danger to Our Security
Trump’s Real-Estate Ambitions in Russia
HOW COMRADE TRUMP UNLEASHED A COLD WAR IN AMERICA
Academy of Science Independence Imperiled
Power of the Siloviks Widens
Russian Poverty Statistics
Ssh! Don't mention the revolution
Ukraine president calls for an end to Russian aggression
Why Donald Trump’s dinner chat with Putin matters
Ukraine’s Risky Bid to Join NATO
Trump’s Son Met With Russian Lawyer After Being Promised Damaging Information on Clinton
Timothy Snyder on Germany's responsibility towards Ukarine
Why Rep. Adam Kinzinger Is Raising ‘Holy Hell’ Over Russia
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny barred from standing against V. Putin in election
The Banality of Putin
RUSSIA MAY HAVE HACKED ELECTION SYSTEMS IN 39 STATES
The New Face of Russian Resistance
Macron levels remarkable attack on Russian 'propaganda' organs as Putin stands by his side
Watch the short video of the press conference with Putin squirming from Macron's remarks
Inside Russia’s Social Media War on America
On banning the Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia
The past, present and future of ‘fake news’
IS TRUMP’S CHAOS TORNADO A MOVE FROM THE KREMLIN’S PLAYBOOK?
Secretary Tillerson, Here’s Why Taxpayers Should Care about Ukraine
What Did Putin Know and When Did He Know It?
Don’t Ignore Putin’s Trail of Blood
Here’s why the latest Trump-Russia revelations are so important
Why is Canada so weak on Russia?
Putin: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
De-Christianization in the West is a real threat. But Putinism isn’t the answer.
HUMAN DIGNITY, PUTIN AND THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
TRUMP, PUTIN, AND THE NEW COLD WAR
The Azeri-Agaralov-Trump Connection
A Bad Day for Historical Truth in Russia
Donald Trump seeks a grand bargain with Vladimir Putin
- It is a terrible idea
Taras Kuzio: Poroshenko should stop calling Russia’s war an ‘ATO’
The sanctions on Russia are working, Mr. President: Don't lift them prematurely
Vladimir Putin: The Art of the Bluff
Russian dissident Kasparov warns of a Trump-Putin alliance
Vladimir Putin, war criminal -
The Russian leader has a long record of inhumanity
Vladimir Putin wants a new world order. Why would Donald Trump help him?
The Kremlin should hold off any celebration over Rex Tillerson
Aleppo has fallen and so has humanity. We are disgraced
The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S.
The alarming response to Russian meddling in American democracy
Russia Hacked Republican Committee but Kept Data, U.S. Concludes
Russia, NATO, Trump: The Shadow World
Americans keep looking away from the election’s most alarming story
The Russian Expat Leading the Fight to Protect America
Canada called on for cash to counter Putin’s propaganda campaign in Europe
Ukraine Scores Diplomatic Breakthrough
Russia is negotiating with Germany and France over Ukraine
The threat from Russia - How to contain Vladimir Putin’s deadly, dysfunctional empire
The Growing Danger of Military Conflict with Russia
Syria conflict: Russia's Putin halts France visit amid row
Putin backs WW2 myth in new Russian film
We take you to the frontlines of Ukraine's proxy war between the West and Russia
Russia Is No Longer India’s Reliable Friend – OpEd
Putin's Ultimatum to the Next U.S. President
Vladimir Putin’s Outlaw State
MH17 missile 'came from Russia', Dutch-led investigators say
The Siloviki Coup in Russia
Forbes: Putin brings back the KGB
One Answer Too Many: The Fall of Russia’s Only Independent Pollster Levada
How Do You Get to Be a Governor in Vladimir Putin’s Russia?
The Real Power of Putin
Religious Freedom Revoked in Russia
Russia's 'valiant hero' in Ukraine turns his fire on Vladimir Putin
Russia's Cyberwar in Ukraine is Relentless – This Hacktivist Strikes Back
Navalny: Russia Run by ‘Mafia’ System
Crimean Tatars celebrate Eurovision win, Russians cry foul
Russia’s Hybrid Warfare is Harming Germany
PUTIN IS SECRETLY PLOTTING TO TOPPLE MERKEL
Report details Russian system to evade Olympic doping tests
PUTIN IS A 'SMART BUT TRULY EVIL MAN,' SAYS MADELEINE ALBRIGHT
Russia's Perpetual Geopolitics
Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin
MH17 - Potential Suspects and Witnesses
from the 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade
Book Review By David - FRAGILE EMPIRE welcome for Assad
Syria crisis: US attacks Moscow welcome for Assad
Putin: 'Thousands' from former Soviet bloc fighting with IS
Flight MH17: Russia and its changing story
Syria, Russia And Reality
Putin tries to change the subject
Russian property secrecy criticised amid corruption fears
Putin Losing in Ukraine, Looks to Syria
SEARCHING FOR STRATEGY IN PUTIN'S RUSSIA
Why the U.S. does nothing in Ukraine
Obama and Europe - Missed signals, renewed commitments
Putin in the dock
Without a foreign-policy rethink, Russia is doomed to irrelevance and decline
MH17 crash: Russia vetoes UN resolution for international tribunal
Putin: mediocrity at the helm
A Ukrainian artist uses 5,000 cartridges in her portrait of Vladimir Putin
Moscow's Mistreatment Of Ukrainians In Russian Prisons Prompting Kyiv To Act
Russia is top threat to national security, US general says
Greece?s Russian fantasy; Russia?s European delusion
Will Moscow Push for Settlement in Ukraine?
Russia cuts off power supplies to Ukraine rebels: Kiev
In defense of Ukraine
Moscow Patriarchate's loss of Ukrainian churches will render 'Russian world' idea a purely militant nationalism, Falikov says
Putin much weaker than some think
On Russia's Ongoing Violations in Ukraine
Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin's War in Ukraine and Boris Nemtsov's Putin. War.
How Russians Lost the War
The real threat to Europe lies in Ukraine rather than Greece
The Interview: NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg
A Kremlin Conspiracy Gone Wrong?
Ukraine preparing for 'full-scale war,' says former envoy to Canada
Putin's net-worth is $200 billion says Russia's once largest foreigner investor
Timothy Snyder, Ukraine, Russia and civil society
President Putin is a dangerous psychopath - reason is not going to work with him
How Russia outfoxes its enemies
Poland-Russia row sours Auschwitz commemoration
What does Putin want?
A New Policy to Rescue Ukraine
Easing Sanctions on Russia Should Not Be on the Table
Is Putin to blame for the plunging rouble?
Inter Pares mourns passing of former colleague Peter Gillespie
German analyst, Arne Schwarz at a forum held during the 24th Transplant Congress in Berlin, 2012
DAFOH Exclusive interview with Arne Schwarz
Frank Moser, David Matas, Sivan Fedier Simone Schlegel and David Kilgour in front of Swiss Parliament after presentation on organ pillaging in China.
Organ Pillaging/Trafficking In China Today
Simone and Christian Schlegel and David at their home in Switzerland. Simone is vice/president of the Swiss section of the International Society for Human Rights Society and coleader of its Transplantation and Human Rights project.
Shahbaz Bhatti (9 September 1968 - 2 March 2011) was a Pakistani politician and elected member of the National Assembly from 2008. He was the first Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs from November 2008 until his assassination on 2 March 2011 in Islamabad. Bhatti, a Roman Catholic, was an outspoken critic of Pakistan's blasphemy laws and the only Christian in the Cabinet. Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for his killing and called him a blasphemer of Muhammad.
International Conference on Religious Freedom In Honour of Hon. Shahbaz Bhatti
Free China Screening Celebrates Magna Carta's 800 Years of Liberty and Justice
President Havel and His Holiness the Dalai Lama
TOTALITARIANISM AND FAMILY LIFE
Organ trade in China has not finished yet, says Kilgour
Ottawa's Notre Dame Cathedral concluding Christian Unity Week. Canadians of origin in more than 38 countries participated. The secular International Society for Human Rights asserts that 80 per cent of all acts of religious discrimination across the world today are directed at Christians.
Teamwork and measured approach to meet challenge of 100-day programme
An extraordinary election result gives the country a chance to heal deep wounds
After Paris: Effort should be spent on understanding faith communities, not hatred
David Kilgour (L) with David Matas (C) and Ethan Gutmann (R), author of ?The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China?s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem? (Simon Gross/Epoch Times)
Chinese Regime Pads Military's Pockets Through Murder
Ethan Gutmann and Mayor Ko of Taipei
A History of Organ Pillaging in China
David's review in Spanish
China Expert Ethan Gutmann Talks About His New Book 'The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to its Dissident Problem'
Isis: the inside story
Linking Iran and ISIS: How American Public Opinion Shapes the Obama Administration's Approach to the Nuclear Talks
Turkey in the crosshairs: Kurds from Iraq, Syria and Turkey should unite to fight ISIS on the ground (Photo Credit: Yahoo)
Hong Kong protests may not stay in the streets,
but ?like a bad penny, I'll keep turning up? ,
By Mick Krever, CNN, December 3, 2014
HK protests may have cost Beijing Taiwan: academic
Hong Kong: It's a difficult battle, but the students should get their say
Recent footage shot from behind police lines in Hong Kong
Footage of Beating Prompts Outrage at Hong Kong Police
How Hong Kong's business elite have thwarted democracy for 150 years
Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi, sentenced to death for blasphemy in 2010, has had her appeal rejected by the Lahore High Court of Appeal
Pakistan: Stop Asia Bibi's execution for blasphemy
Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi 'has price on her head'
Retired U.S. Col. Wesley Martin speaking in Toronto yesterday at commemoration of Camp Ashraf massacre of 52 men and women one year ago by Maliki forces, stressing his concern about the present situation in Iraq, including the current blockade by the Iraqi government of 3000 residents of Camp Liberty, who are UN-protected persons but receiving neither security nor support.
Commemoration of One Year Since Massacre Of 52 At Camp Ashraf
Iran appeasement root cause of problems in the region
Wife Geng He appeals to the US government to help Gao Zhisheng receive US medical aid
FREEDOM NOW WELCOMES RELEASE OF CHINESE RIGHTS LAWYER GAO ZHISHENG CALLS ON THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT TO LET HIM TRULY BE FREE
China denies open elections for Hong Kong
(Photo credit: the Globe and Mail)
Ukraine is not the first! Who is next?
The organizing committee for Black Ribbon event in Ottawa, August 23, 2014, commemorating occupation by Hitler/Stalin of Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Czechoslovakia,
Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, and Belarus
Canadian human rights lawyer, Clive Ansley
So, You Think a Chinese Court Is a "Court"?
The Chinese "Judicial System": A Fairy Tale of Beijing
Chinese "Courts": Western Governments and the Spirit of Berlin 1936
Speakers Expose the Transplants That Take Lives
The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem
Alex Neve of Amnesty International speaking at Chinese embassy in Ottawa on commemoration of 15 years of persecution of Falun Gong
Commemorating 15 Years of Falun Gong Persecution
Dr. Janet Gardner-Medwin's tribute to her father
David Gardner-Medwin: marvellous human being (Photo Credit: The Telegraph)
FREE FALUN GONG.FREE CHINA: It's Time to Stand for Freedom 15 Years on
Are Human Beings Merchandise?
Nelson Mandela Square Dedication Ceremony
Turmoil in Iraq: Turning a blind eye to PM Maliki's tactics will only cause more instability
TAIWAN, CHINA AND GOVERNANCE
Testimony to Health Committee of Greek Parliament on June 4, 2014
"ENDING ORGAN PILLAGING/TRAFFICKING"
Nigerian Canadian Association Rally for the Nigerian girls
"BRING BACK OUR GIRLS"
PARACEL ISLANDS PROTEST
Remembrance Day for the dead and wounded in years of Civil War in Sri Lanka. Toronto MP Rathika Sitsabaiesan and David spoke at the event
Sri Lanka Remembrance Day
World Falun Dafa Day Celebrated in Canada
Beryl Wajsman tribute to Herb
David's tribute to Herb/Canada/Israel/Antisemitism/Love of Neighbour
Sunflower Movement protesters and David outside the Legislative Yuan, Apr 8, 2014
David's notes on Annette Lu's new book
David's notes for talks at three events
Most unhappy at handling of Sunflowers: poll
Clash at UN: China Tries to Stop Testimony by Daughter of Jailed Democracy Leader Wang Bingzhang
David's comments as moderator at event
Knesset in Jerusalem on human organ pillaging/trafficking in China
ENDING ORGAN PILLAGING/TRAFFICKING IN CHINA
Some of many gathering at Ukraine's embassy in Ottawa, 23 Feb. 2014
David's remarks at embassy
UKRAINE'S CRY FOR DEMOCRACY, JUSTICE AND INDEPENDENCE
26 things found in Yanukovych's compound
Ukraine: The Haze of Propaganda
Demonstration at Russian Embassy by Canadians concerned about Ukraine, Feb 12, 2014
David Kilgour remarks at protest
Uprising in Ukraine: Western nations must heed the cries for help
(Photo Credit: Yahoo)
Lighting candles in memory of victims of Holocaust/Shoah at Ottawa City Hall, February 3, 2014: (left to right) Hon. Irwin Cotler, survivor Vera Gara, survivor Cantor Moshe Kraus, David Kilgour, Adam Moscoe, and Michael McIntyre (rep from Ottawa Interfaith Council)
Canada's economy: Time to resurrect the manufacturing sector to spur new growth
Look to Women to Help Tackle Manufacturing Workforce Shortage, FABTECH Canada Panel to Propose
People came to House of Commons in Ottawa re religious persecution in various countries, Dec 9, 2013. (Photo Credit: Josiah Martinoski)
PERSECUTION OF FAITH COMMUNITIES IN CHINA, IRAN, PAKISTAN AND EGYPT
Tribute to King
South Africa's Nelson Mandela dies in Johannesburg
GAO ZHISHENG and "TRANSCENDING FEAR"
'Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng' Features Imprisoned Chinese Lawyer
Panel at 6th International Conference on Global Support for Democratization in China and Asia October 2013, Toronto
Universal Values in Engaging with Beijing
Mr. Obama, talk nukes with Iran - but don't forget human rights
Freedom?s Hope and Peril in Hong Kong
David Speech at Public Gathering, Hong Kong
END ORGAN PILLAGING ACROSS CHINA NOW
UNIVERSAL VALUES AND NEW GOVERNMENT IN BEIJING
Ai Weiwei on China's Trial of the Century
(Photo credit: Bloomberg)
UK PARLIAMENTARIANS, June 24, 2013
(Photo credit: Simon Gross)
SUBMISSION TO UK PARLIAMENTARIANS
ON ENDING ORGAN PILLAGING IN CHINA
Outside the Scottish Parliament
David Kilgour's Talks at Westminster, Cambridge University, Oxford University
The Scottish Parliament and Chinese organ transplant abuse
Ten things you should know about China
CURRENT UPRISING IN SUDAN
25th Anniversary of Iran'S 1988 Prisoner Massacre
CONFERENCE ON BRIDGING THE SECULAR DIVIDE, Religion and Canadian Public Discourse Session on Poverty and Inequality
BRIDGING THE SECULAR DIVIDE, Religion and Canadian Public Discourse, VIEW FROM THE HILL SESSION
Neil Reynolds 1940-2013: We might go out of business but nobody can fire us or restructure us. 'Best talent scout for Canadian Journalism'
Reynolds believed in newspapers, and the people who make them
(Photo credit: The Globe and Mail)
Peter Worthington, 86: Intrepid newsman fought for the little guy
(Photo credit: The Globe and Mail)
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