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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The Hague Human Rights Film Festival by GHRD: Movies vindicate persecuted Hindu, Yazidi, Ahmadi and other minority women

“The Hague Human Rights Film Festival: Movies Vindicate Persecuted Women”, Bitter Winter, July 12, 2023:

“It is bitterly ironic that, while one of the latest frontiers of political correctness makes Westerners aphonic to the point of not even being able to define a woman, women in too many countries live horrendous situations.

Quite aware of the problem, Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD), an NGO chaired in The Hague, The Netherlands, by Sradhanand Sital, and directed by Lina Borchardt, dedicated the second edition of its annual Human Rights Film Festival to the female condition throughout the world.

I attended the event on June 30, 2023, at the Pathé Buitenhof theater in central The Hague. Out of the several short movies and films that were presented, I review those that specifically concern the core business of “Bitter Winter,” religious liberty…..”

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