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US-Supported ISIS Using Chemical Weapons in Mosul

Human Rights |  | ICRC Middle East director Robert Mardini said patients treated in nearby Irbil show “clinical symptoms consistent with exposure to a blistering chemical agent.” Affected men, women and children suffer from respiratory problems, blisters, coughing, vomiting, along with eye redness and irritation. “The use of chemical weapons is absolutely prohibited under international humanitarian law. We are ...Read More »

Turkey’s Tyrannical Rule

Human Rights |  | Recep Tayyip Erdogan rules with an iron fist, heading a virtual fascist dictatorship. Anyone criticizing or challenging his leadership risks imprisonment, including public figures, journalists, academics, other intellectuals, human rights activists, even young children – on charges ranging from insulting the president to terrorism, espionage or treason. He purged or imprisoned over 100,000 regime critics ...Read More »

Bahrain Regime Moves to Eliminate Opposition

Human Rights |  | Al-Wefaq was Bahrain’s largest political society, its most popular. Last July, it was suspended and dissolved. The National Democratic Action Society (Wa’ad) is the country’s leading secular opposition. Last Monday, the ruling al-Khalifa regime began legal proceedings to dissolve it over fabricated claims about “incit(ing) acts of terrorism and promoting violent and forceful overthrow of ...Read More »

Regime Brutality in Iraq

Human Rights |  | US-installed prime minister Haider al-Abadi is at war with his own people, massacring them in the battle for Mosul. Amnesty International called human rights in Iraq “dire.” Civilians are threatened by violence instigated by ISIS and their own government, regime forces killing them indiscriminately – earlier in Anbar province, currently in Mosul for months. Unknown ...Read More »

Humanitarian Disaster in Mosul, Iraq

Human Rights |  | Media scoundrels ignore US-led terror-bombing, massacring Mosul civilians mercilessly – on the phony pretext of liberating the city from ISIS terrorists America created and supports. The ongoing battle isn’t what it seems. Thousands of ISIS fighters were redeployed from Mosul to Syria last October. A corridor opened by America let them flee. At the time, ...Read More »

Government Torture: CIA Just Tip Of The Iceberg

Human Rights |  | Government torture is a sad but unfortunately very routine, ordinary and normal part of how Government operates, and has operated, for a very long time. Government is a creature of coercion for the most part. It is most fluent in the language of force. It tends to attract sociopaths and psychopaths, who use the office ...Read More »

Victim of Neuro-Experimentation Rohinie Bisesar Reports Abuse in Canadian Jail System

Human Rights |  | By: Ramola D, The Everyday Concerned Citizen | (Breaking News Update from Mr. Byer based on court proceedings, 2/13/2017, included at end of article.) Rohinie Bisesar, the striking and talented 41-year-old Canadian woman accused of fatally stabbing a 28-year-old health worker, Rosemary Junor in December of 2015, appeared in a Toronto court on February 8, ...Read More »

The West's Real Bigotry: Rejecting Persecuted Christians

Human Rights |  | By: Uzay Bulut, Gatestoneinstitute.org | Finally, after years of apathy and inaction, Washington is extending a much-needed helping hand to Middle Eastern Christians. U.S. President Donald Trump recently announced that persecuted Christians will be given priority when it comes to applying for refugee status in the United States. Christians and Yazidis are being exposed to ...Read More »

Mixed Signals from Washington on Torture

Human Rights |  | Trump’s Secretary of Defense James (“mad dog”) Mattis said torture doesn’t work. His CIA director Mike Pompeo believes it does. Trump said he’s OK with whatever they want, earlier indicating support for waterboarding (torture by any standard) and much worse – believing torture works despite clear evidence otherwise. It’s used for control and punishment, not ...Read More »

Netanyahu Threatens Jews and Arabs Alike

Human Rights |  | In March 2015, his Likud party won 30 of 120 Knesset seats, over three-fourths of Israelis supporting other parties. With likeminded extremist coalition partners, he remained prime minister after an election he seemed likely to lose. Netanyahu exceeds Sharonian evil, a world class thug, menacing Jews and Arabs alike. A psychological profile of his behavioral ...Read More »

The Ordeal of Bahraini Human Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab

Human Rights |  | Rajab’s redoubtable human rights activism got him hounded, threatened, detained and imprisoned under harsh conditions by ruthless Bahraini authorities. It’s a regime run much like Saudi Arabia, both countries intolerant of any justifiable challenges to their police state rule. A day after Bahrain’s High Criminal Court ordered Rajab released on bail, postponing a hearing on ...Read More »

The Top Ten Greatest Problems Humanity Currently Faces

Human Rights |  | There are many issues currently threatening humanity. Here are some of the most critical issues that come to mind. Issues that humanity must figure out if it is to survive the current fight against the controlling class. Perhaps at some point we will figure it all out. Changes never happen overnight and as a whole, ...Read More »

War On The Homeless: Cities All Over US Making It Illegal To Feed And Shelter Those In Need

Human Rights |  | If you want to be a “Good Samaritan” to the homeless in your community, you might want to check and see if it is legal first.  All over the country, cities are passing laws that make it illegal to feed and shelter the homeless.  For example, in this article you will read about a church ...Read More »

ICC To Investigate US War Crimes In Afghanistan? Hold The Cheers

Human Rights |  |   According to Professor David Bosco, writing in Foreign Policy, “(t)he prosecutor’s office of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is ready to initiate a full investigation of a range of possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan, including some by US personnel, according to several knowledgeable sources.” “The ICC move would mark the ...Read More »

Saudi Warplanes Continue Massacring Civilians In Yemen

Human Rights |  | US naked aggression on Yemen gets scant scoundrel media coverage. It includes undeclared drone war begun post-9/11, Obama continuing what George Bush began, civilians harmed most of all. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other regional rogue states, backed by America and its NATO partners, began terror-bombing Houthi forces, falsely called terrorists. Casualties are multiples ...Read More »

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