Prince Zeid Raad al-Hussein has emerged as the Middle East’s most prominent defender of human rights — both in the region of his birth, and the United States.
- By Kim Ghattas May 2, 2017
If ever there were a sign that the world is upside down, it is that a Muslim prince from an Arab royal family is now one of the leading voices defending human rights on the global stage. At a time when the issue seems to be taking a back seat everywhere, Prince Zeid Raad al-Hussein of Jordan, the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, has excoriated Western politicians for their xenophobia and requested an investigation into allegations of torture in Bahrain — even as the United States announced it is lifting human rights restrictions on arm sales to the kingdom. Tiếp tục đọc “The Arab Prince Standing Up to Trump” →