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Saudi Arabia to Execute 14 Shia Activists

Human Rights |  | In a region notorious for human rights abuses, Saudi Arabia stands out as most vicious among Arab countries – exceeded only by how Israel brutalizes Palestinians. Outrageous Saudi human rights offenses include: • torture and physical abuse; • political imprisonments under appalling conditions; • arbitrary arrests and incommunicado detentions; • denial of due process and ...Read More »

Over 40,000 Civilians Massacred in Battle for Mosul

Human Rights |  | In all US wars of aggression, human lives don’t matter – the safety and welfare of civilians entirely ignored. Claims otherwise are bald-faced lies. A duplicitous Pentagon statement said “(w)e set the highest standards for protecting civilians.” “(O)ur dedication, diligence, and discipline in prosecuting our combat operations while protecting civilians, is without precedent in recorded ...Read More »

Secret Torture Prisons in Yemen

Human Rights |  | According to  AP News, at least 18 secret black site torture prisons operate in Yemen. They’re run by the despotic UAE, along with rogue Yemeni elements trained by the Gulf state. Washington is likely behind what’s going on – US citizens complicit in interrogations. None of this would be happening without US involvement and approval. ...Read More »

“This is the Smoking Gun” New Evidence Finally Shows State Complicity in Armenian Genocide

Human Rights |  | (RT) Turkey has failed to recognize the Armenian Genocide, which began in 1915 as World War I raged across Europe, for over a century but now new evidence has come to light which may prove beyond doubt the slaughter took place. Taner Akcam, a Turkish historian at Clark University in Massachusetts claims to have uncovered ...Read More »

Pentagon Heads Toward Escalating Genocide in Yemen

Human Rights |  | Yemen is Obama’s war, now Trump’s, complicit with Saudi terror-bombing, massacring civilians indiscriminately, causing vast destruction, human suffering and starvation. A previous article explained millions of Yemenis face slow, painful deaths from lack of food needed to survive, blockaded coastal areas preventing it from entering the country. Amounts airlifted in are woefully inadequate. Media scoundrels ...Read More »

Mosul Operation: A Medieval Massacre

Human Rights |  | Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described it this way weeks after US-led terror-bombing and Iraqi ground operations began last October – long before the worst horrors ongoing now. US-orchestrated operations are being conducted under “conditions of absolute information blockade,” Zakharova explained. Nothing was done to protect, evacuate or otherwise help civilians. They’ve been on ...Read More »

Dr. Phil Exposes Elite Government Pedophile Ring On Mainstream TV (VIDEO)

Human Rights |  | By: The Voice of Reason | It’s been decried as ‘fake news’ for far too long at the expense of putting our children at risk. Finally, some in the mainstream are catching on to one of the plagues of Washington today – the DC pedophile rings. Media personality Dr. Phil conducted an interview with a ...Read More »

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 »

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