Sunday, October 18, 2015
Physicians for Human Rights Welcomes Effort to Improve U.S. Military’s Guidelines for Health Professionals The Constitution Project has issued a letter outlining recommendations about how to eliminate the participation of health professionals in interrogations and forced-feedings, which include:
Sunday, September 20, 2015
سماحة الشيخ الدكتور حسن الترابي في شهادة للتاريخعن عنصرية الجنرال عمر البشير ....الجنرال البشير يتلاعب هنا على مخزون العقل الجمعي لقبيلة الجعليين وما أرتكبته مليشيات محمود ود أحمد التعايشي من جرائم ضد الإنسانية بأسر وأستباحة نساء قبيلة الجعليين (أغتصابهم) وتحويلهم لسبايا وملك يمين ............وتنزعجون الآن لأفعال داعش !! داعش انحنا عشناها من زمممممممممان !!ولا حول ولا قوة إلا باللهPosted by Salah Al Bander on Sunday, September 14, 2014
Saturday, September 05, 2015
We call on you to release Mr. Waleed Aldod Almaki Alhussain
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Friday, February 06, 2015
it clearly shows that the torturers of the NISS (National Intelligence Security Services) of the Islamists continue to practice the same methods of torture they introduced since 1989.
The government of Sudan continued to ignore calls for investigation as it was clearly mentioned in the خطاب المنظمات غير الحكومية حول وضع حقوق الإنسان في السودان في الجلسة الـ27 لمجلس حقوق الإنسان
"أخفقت السلطات في التحقيق بشأن ادعاءات حول تعرض الأشخاص الذين تم اعتقالهم للتعذيب وأشكال أخرى من المعاملة اللاإنسانية والمهينة"
Untile we are able to include the 12pp. report, here is another short testimony published by عاين electronic network
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Well, it took the Senate Committee (thanks to Sen. Feinstein) more than 5 years to finish its investigation and produce a strong indictment of the CIA in this regard... Thanks to President Obama continued to condemn this practice since he was a Senator, Presidential Candidate, and in the first day of his presidency.
1. The C.I.A.’s interrogation techniques were more brutal and employed more extensively than the agency portrayed.
2. The C.I.A. interrogation program was mismanaged and was not subject to adequate oversight.
3. The C.I.A. misled members of Congress and the White House about the effectiveness and extent of its brutal interrogation techniques.
4. Interrogators in the field who tried to stop the brutal
techniques were repeatedly overruled by senior CIA officials
5. The C.I.A. repeatedly underreported the number of people it detained and subjected to harsh interrogation techniques under the program.
- C.I.A. director “instructed me to keep the detainee number at 98” (Page 15)
6. At least 26 detainees were wrongfully held and did not meet the government’s standard for detention.The report found that at least 26 detainees “were wrongfully held,” including an “intellectually challenged” man who was used as “leverage” to obtain information from a family member, two former intelligence sources and two individuals identified as threats by a detainee subjected to torture. Agency records were often incomplete and, in some cases, lacked sufficient information to justify keeping detainees in custody.
7. The C.I.A. leaked classified information to journalists, exaggerating the success of interrogation methods in an effort to gain public support.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
A month after the UN Day of Torture Survivors and their Families, there are many challenges facing us, the survivors, and work to do to expose the crime of torture. However, there few good news as reported by Center for Justice and Accountability.
We are also expecting a ruling very soon about the senior officers of the former Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia that their trial are going on
Trial Date Set for Case against Pinochet Officer for Torture and Death of Legendary Chilean Folksinger Víctor Jara
Ex-Salvadoran General May be Deported for Human Rights Violations
Before even they reached to power, they had already started to create their own-run detention center. The Tahrir Square Apartment should be marked/identified by human rights activists as the first Ghost House of Islamists of former President Morsi.
The brutality of DA'ISH/ISIS, Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, as seen their barbaric killing of Western civilians and journalists has its deep root in the ideology of their mother islamic org of the BROTHERS!
From the New York Times
Opposing protesters were brought to the chambers after being detained by Brotherhood members, who beat them and tore their clothes. The chambers were informal and it was unclear how many there were; when someone was detained, a chamber would be established anywhere near a building.The kidnappers would take the detained person’s ID card, mobile phone and money before beginning “investigations,” which included intervals of beating to force the confession that he or she is a “thug.”The interrogators would then ask their captive why they had taken to the street, if they had received any money for protesting, and if they belonged to Mohamed ElBaradei’s Constitution Party, Hamdeen Sabbahi’s Popular Current or the dissolved National Democratic Party of Hosni Mubarak.If the detainee denied affiliation, the torturers would intensify beatings and verbal abuse. They also documented the interrogations on a mobile phone camera.
Adel Amer, 44, said he was one of those who beat protesters at a fierce and ultimately deadly standoff Wednesday in front of Egypt’s presidential palace between supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi.Amer said he had to do it. Morsi’s opponents were taking drugs that numb them to pain, he said. The police could not handle the melee on their own, so he and fellow members of the Muslim Brotherhood grabbed them, beat them and handed them over to officers.“We had to beat them so they would confess,” he said, listing their crimes: starting the fighting, bribing others to cause trouble or working to undo the democratic election that Morsi won five months ago. “We had no other option. We protected the police.”
One day after thousands of opposition protesters had marched to the presidential palace and staged a sit-in in order to pressure Morsi into reversing his controversial constitutional declaration, the Muslim Brotherhood called on its supporters to march to the palace.Organizing a march to the same site where Morsi’s opponents are gathered is a tall order, and an inevitable recipe for physical clashes. You do not rally your activists at the same site where your opponents are assembled, expecting a peaceful tailgating picnic.
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Boko Haram is one example of an absurd group that claimed to fight for justice in Nigeria. Abducting innocent people including young middle school girls and torturing and bombing their teachers in the name of 'islamic' agenda was the way they introduced themselves to the world.
In Libya, the armed groups continued to terrorize civilians in every single region especially those who call for democratic society. On the eve of the United Nations' Day for Torture Survivors they brutally killed one of the prominent human rights activists, Ms. Salwa Bughaighis, that she called for banning armed militias in Libya.
In Sudan, the country that has been ruled under another Islamic military group since 1989, the mass human rights violations continued to prevail. Bombing civilians in Darfur, Nuba Mountains, and Blue Nile region brought a lot of concern around the world especially that many kids who escaped to the mountains continued to live in caves to get protection from air raids.
Refugees who took refuge in Sudan suffered in particular a new wave of torture conducted by government-affliated thugs to get ransom for their release. A disturbing video (see below) was part of report issued by Human Rights Watch on the plight of Eritrean refugees in Sudan and Egypt.