Monday, April 22, 2013

سلفيو طرابلس يسحلون مواطنا سوريا

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 اقترف حزب "تيار المستقبل"  واحدة من أقذر وأحط جرائمه ، حين أقدم العشرات من أعضاء الحزب المذكور والسلفيين وأنصار النائب "المستقبلي" خالد الضاهر، الذي يصدر المسلحين والسلاح إلى سوريا، على اختطاف مواطن سوري وتعريته وتعربضه لتعذيب وحشي  قبل جره في شوارع طرابلس عاريا تحت أعين أجهزة أمن "فرع المعلومات" في وزارة الداخلية.

ويظهر الشريط ( المنشور أعلاه)، والذي بثته قناة"الجديد" اللبنانية اليوم،المواطن السوري المغدور (ياسر مصطفى البزازي) وهو يجر بحبل من رقبته في شوارع طرابلس بعد كتابة عبارة "أنا نصيري (علوي) شبيح" على صدره وظهره! وتبدو آثار التعذيب الوحشي ظاهرة على وجهه وعينية وجسده. فقد بدت عيناه متورمتين بشكل كبير نتيجة الضرب الذي تعرض له.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Lost in Detention

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Lost in Detention

Watch Lost in Detention on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

“indisputable” that the US tortured captives in the aftermath of 9/11

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A leading bipartisan think-tank says it is “indisputable” that the US tortured captives in the aftermath of 9/11. The report condemned the country’s detention practices as “a grave error” using the testimonies of dozens of inmates and officials.

The 600-page document, the most comprehensive published study of US anti-terrorist policies of the last 12 years, concluded that there was “no justification” for torture in moral or strategic terms, as information obtained through it was frequently unreliable. It also noted that the behavior of the US authorities, which includes the continuing operation of the Guantanamo detention center, has “damaged the standing of our nation, reduced our capacity to convey moral censure when necessary and potentially increased the danger to US military personnel taken captive.”

The report also calls for the closing of Camp Delta and questions officials’ assertions about the likelihood of released captives returning to fight against the United States.

Although many of the indictments have been aired at various points over the last decade, they have never been delivered to the public in more detail or with greater authority (an even longer Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture based on classified data has been completed, though it may or may not be made public).

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