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|Oct 6, 2007||What is wrong with this picture - should not the Human Rights Rules apply to non-Muslim rights of worship in Saudi Arabia?|
Saudi Arabia complains that Muslims can't practice their faith freely in Europe
"HRC to Address Muslim Rights Issues in Europe," by Raid Qusti for Arab News (thanks to Twostellas):
RIYADH, 4 October 2007 — Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Commission (HRC) will urge its counterparts in the European Union to ask their governments not to link terrorism to Islam and also to issue regulations to protect Muslims from prejudice and discrimination because of their faith.
According to a source at HRC, the government-funded rights body will also address various human rights issues in Europe: when Muslims are unjustly interrogated, treated with disrespect, physically or mentally abused, or not allowed to practice their faith freely such as Muslim girls being prevented from wearing the hijab (head cover) in some schools. [full story]
|Sep 26, 2007||Bush astounds activists, supports human rights|
"Hypocrisy knows no shame........."
McClatchy Washington Bureau
Posted on Tue, Sep. 25, 2007
Bush astounds activists, supports human rights
William Douglas | McClatchy Newspapers
last updated: September 25, 2007 05:52:59 PM
UNITED NATIONS — President Bush implored the United Nations on Tuesday to recommit itself to restoring human decency by liberating oppressed people and ending famine and disease.
Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, the president called for renewed efforts to enforce the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a striking point of emphasis for a leader who's widely accused of violating human rights in waging war against terrorism.
Bush didn't mention the U.S. prisons in Afghanistan or at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, the U.S. practice of holding detainees for years without legal charges or access to lawyers, or the CIA's "rendition" kidnappings of suspects abroad, all issues of concern to human rights activists around the world.
"At first read, it's little more than an exercise in hypocrisy. His words about human rights ring hollow because his credibility is nonexistent," said Curt Goering, the deputy executive director of Amnesty International USA. "The gap between the rhetoric and the actual record is stunning. I can't help but believe many people in the audience were thinking, 'What was this man thinking?' " [full story]
|Sep 18, 2007||U.S. under U.N. law in health emergency Bush's SPP power grab setsstage for military to manage flu threats|
U.S. under U.N. law in health emergency Bush's SPP power grab sets
stage for military to manage flu threats
Posted: August 28, 2007
>11:15 p.m. Eastern
>By Jerome R. Corsi
>The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit in
>Canada released a plan that establishes U.N. law along with regulations
>by the <http://www.wnd.com/redir/r.asp?http://www.wto.org/>World
>Trade Organization and
><http://www.who.int/>World Health Organization as supreme over U.S. law
>during a pandemic and sets the stage for militarizing the management of
>continental health emergencies. [full story]
|Sep 16, 2007||For four years, Sudan's military ruler, General Omar Bashir, has organized brutal militias to murder over 200,000 of his own citizens|
On 9/14/07, Ricken Patel - Avaaz.org <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Friends,For four years, Sudan's military ruler, General Omar Bashir, has organized brutal militias to murder over 200,000 of his own citizens in the region of Darfur, all because a few of them dared to oppose his rule. After a massive global outcry, the killing has decreased and the UN has authorized peacekeepers - but what peace will they have to keep? Our leaders can seize this chance to press for the fair and lasting peace that the people of Darfur want, or they can appease Bashir, seek peace on the cheap, and abandon millions of Sudanese to the whims of a genocidal regime. [full story]
|Sep 12, 2007||Despite six years of promises, U.S. officials say Saudi Arabia continues to look the other way at wealthy individuals identified as sending millions of dollars to al Qaeda.|
"If I could somehow snap my fingers and cut off the funding from one country, it would be Saudi Arabia"
On the sixth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, an unsurprising but no less appalling report on how much the Saudis haven't done to cut off funds to jihad groups.
"U.S.: Saudis Still Filling Al Qaeda's Coffers," by Brian Ross for ABC News' The Blotter:
Despite six years of promises, U.S. officials say Saudi Arabia continues to look the other way at wealthy individuals identified as sending millions of dollars to al Qaeda.
"If I could somehow snap my fingers and cut off the funding from one country, it would be Saudi Arabia," Stuart Levey, the under secretary of the Treasury in charge of tracking terror financing, told ABC News. [full story]
|Sep 12, 2007||"Remember teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to accomplish uncommon results. We can do it!"|
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"Remember teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to accomplish uncommon results. We can do it!" BM
Many can't relate to the damage these [full story]
|Sep 12, 2007||CSIS, CIA and MI 6 operations would have us believe they have not monitored communications between Osama Bin Laden and his Saudi based brothers|
More thoughts re: Gullible's Travels: Osama Bin Laden's where abouts...With all the sophisticated spying techniques at their disposal to snoop into emails like this one, listen in on private telephone conversations, etc., the spooks within the CSIS, CIA and MI 6 operations would have us believe they have not monitored communications between Osama Bin Laden and his Saudi based brothers and other relatives to track down this penultimate terrorist? [full story]
|Sep 9, 2007||Petition: U.N. must address forced conversions to Islam|
Petition: U.N. must address forced conversions to Islam
'If governments abridge right to choose religion, how can this right be considered universal?'
By Bob Unruh © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com 9-9-7
Headlines this week reported that Migsti Haile, a 33-year-old Christian woman, was tortured to death in Eritrea for refusing to recant her faith, and the European Center for Law and Justice is asking the United Nations to address what it described as the growing problem of forced religious conversions around the world.
"We had been getting notification from lawyers and human rights groups that this issue was growing, and we thought it was high time that the United Nations address it," Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the ECLJ as well as the organization's U.S. affiliate, the American Center for Law and Justice, told WND. [full story]