Dianna Buttu, a Canadian lawer whose Muslim Arab parents emigrated from Israel to Canada, has a long history of on-air fabrications. Her many non-truths are actually laughable. In 2008 and 2009, she insisted on CNN and Fox News, that rockets fired from Gaza into Israeli civilian centers did not have explosive heads, in clear contradiction of the the 20 to 40 pounds of explosives found on each rocket. At a 2012 conference in Harvard, she asserted that 1996 to 2000 were actually the most secure years in Israel’s history, when, in fact, dozens of Israelis were murdered by Palestinian suicide bombers during those years.
The way to fight lies such as those spread by Buttu and many many other supporters of Palestine, radical Islam, and Islamic terror organizations, is to simply refute their allegations with the basic facts as Hillel Neuer, international lawyer and executive director of UN Watch, does. That just stops them in their tracks.