... for persecution is worse than slaughter..(part of 2:191)
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Thursday, May 26, 2011

MLADIC ARRESTED

May 26, 2011 - alledged responsible for the massacre of 800 Bosnian in Srebrenice and the four years sieged of Sarajevo.




Monday, May 16, 2011

Blackwater Founder Builds Foreign Force in UAE.

WASHINGTON -- The crown prince of Abu Dhabi has hired the founder of private security firm Blackwater Worldwide to set up an 800-member battalion of foreign troops for the United Arab Emirates, The New York Times reported on Sunday.

Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater. The Times said it obtained documents that showed the unit being formed by Erik Prince's new company Reflex Responses with $529 million from the UAE would be used to thwart internal revolt, conduct special operations and defend oil pipelines and skyscrapers from attack.


The newspaper said the decision to hire the contingent of foreign troops was taken before a wave of popular unrest spread across the Arab world in recent months, including to the UAE's Gulf neighbors Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia.

The UAE itself has seen no serious unrest. Most of its population is made up of foreign workers.
Blackwater, which once had lucrative contracts to protect U.S. officials in Iraq, became notorious in the region in 2007 when its guards opened fire in Baghdad traffic, killing at least 14 people in what the Iraqi government called a "massacre."

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Prince's mercenaries hired to protect UAE's crown.


16 May 2011 - Prince's (owner of BlackWater & Xe) Reflex Response secures a USD529mil to develop a mercenary army to protect UAE's monarchy.




Sunday, May 15, 2011

WikiLeaks: Indian government accused of condoning torture in Kashmir.

An Indian paramilitary trooper stands guard on a street under curfew in Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, on September 24.
An Indian paramilitary trooper stands guard on a street under curfew in Srinagar, 
the capital of Kashmir, on September 24.


(CNN)-- A U.S. diplomatic cable written five years ago concluded that the government of India condoned torture of suspects held in detention centers in Jammu and Kashmir, a region that has seen a long guerrilla war by Muslim separatists, many supported by Pakistan.

The cable, obtained by WikiLeaks and published by The Guardian newspaper in Britain, describes a confidential briefing from a representative of the International Committee of Red Cross. In interviews with nearly 1,500 detainees over a three-year period, it had received reports that included sexual abuse, stretching and the

CNN | Dec 17, 2010 - read full report 

63 Years of Nakba

12 May 2011 - As these days mark the 63rd memory of the Nakba, our people all around the world, revolt, and object to the injustice and hatred we are met with on a day to day basis, just because we're Palestinians and just because we exist.





Friday, May 6, 2011

Wild West Justice?

4 May 2011 - Looking back, to be more thoughtful, bringing Ben Laden to justice would meant a trial not an assasination. Shame on Obama, the American are asking, too!