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Terror Attacks in Mumbai and Responses

Posted by Jack Stephens on December 2, 2008

Apurva, a blogger from India, writes:

In the midst of all this, we had Mr Advani talking about the need for stricter laws to control terrorism. If that is his solution, I wonder in which India he lives in. Stricter laws have never been a deterrent for crime anywhere in the world and least of all in India. If that were the case, dowry deaths would be non-existent by this time. Untouchability would have been a thing of the past. His unimaginative and primitive mind can only think of draconian laws that will inevitably be used to harass the minorities and the powerless. As John Oliver says in the above video, “when you’re a bankrupt ideology pursuing a bankrupt strategy, the only move you’ve got is the dick one.”

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Help Mumbai

Posted by Jack Stephens on November 29, 2008

The blogger at A Book Without a Cover blogs:

Ways you can help, visit here and here.

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Mumbai is the target again!

Posted by Jack Stephens on November 28, 2008

Madhat gives us links to photos and blog posts from India on the recent terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

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Attacks in West Bank

Posted by Jack Stephens on June 16, 2008

Khalid Amayreh blogs:

Last week, the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem released video clips showing masked Jewish settlers ganging up on and severely beating elderly Palestinian peasants near the town of Yatta, southwest of Hebron. At least three Palestinians were wounded in the unprovoked assault, including a man and his wife, both in their early sixties.

The latest act of settler terror was not an isolated incident, as official Israeli spokespersons would often claim. It represents a disturbing and persistent phenomenon as young and usually heavily armed settlers continue to attack Palestinian farmers, peasants and shepherds and vandalize their property in an effort to drive them away from their lands and villages.

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Jose Maria Sison, Founder of Communist Party of the Philippines, Arrested

Posted by Jack Stephens on August 31, 2007

Carol P. Araullo, chair Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance, or BAYAN) comments on the recent arrest of Jose Maria Sison in the Netherlands and the Philippine’s government corrupt and deadly practices:

Simply put, the “peace” Mrs. Arroyo refers to would be the outcome of the projected defeat of the communist-led revolutionary movement through yet another “all-out war” effort with a supposedly much better trained and equipped military (courtesy of hiked US military aid and bigger budgetary allocations); resort to a dirty war that includes rampant violations of human rights as a means to terrorize the rebel movement’s mass base in the countryside and legal, unarmed activists in the urban areas; and forcing the NDFP panel to capitulate in the peace negotiations by agreeing to a purported “final peace agreement” that oversees laying down of arms by the NPA in exchange for illusory socio-economic and political reforms and some form of amnesty.

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U.S. Tops Terrorist Watch List

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 14, 2007

Fayyad, who blogs for KABOBfest, writes about U. S. sponsered terrorism:

From Sponsoring Al Qaeda to the Contras in Nicaragua, the United States has a long and eventful history of sponsoring terrorist organizations to destabilize countries and regimes that fall out of favor of favor with the US and it’s unmatched “moral high ground.” The below article in the Sunday Telegraph from a few weeks ago is an expose of the US’s latest adventure in non-uniform terrorism.

Website found in blog No Snow Here.

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“Security” or Imprisonment: The Wall of A’Adhamyia

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 3, 2007

Al-Rasheed Capital, of the blog Great Baghdad, writes about the “security” wall of A’adhamyia which is being built in a Sunni neighborhood in Baghdad:

So the solution they came up with is that they just imprison the whole city there and let every one eat the other. And they stay out of it. So much for law enforcement security plan!. This is just another phase of tagging the sonnies with Terrorism, something the Iraqi People do not approve but the sectarian government is doing that. And do not be surprised if another Wall emerged separating the Shiat dominated Kadhumyia city from the rest of the sonni dominated western part of Baghdad.

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“Security” or Imprisonment: The Wall of A’Adhamyia

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 3, 2007

Al-Rasheed Capital, of the blog Great Baghdad, writes about the “security” wall of A’adhamyia which is being built in a Sunni neighborhood in Baghdad:

So the solution they came up with is that they just imprison the whole city there and let every one eat the other. And they stay out of it. So much for law enforcement security plan!. This is just another phase of tagging the sonnies with Terrorism, something the Iraqi People do not approve but the sectarian government is doing that. And do not be surprised if another Wall emerged separating the Shiat dominated Kadhumyia city from the rest of the sonni dominated western part of Baghdad.

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President Musharraf Speaks on Poverty and Terror

Posted by Jack Stephens on April 17, 2007

Dr. Fallon, a contributor to the blog In the Dark, has this to say about Pakistan’s president recent speech on poverty and extremism:

Gen. Pervez Musharraf, the dictator “President” of Pakistan (who created the position of President — not in the Pakistan Constitution — after taking power in a military coup in 1999), is beginning to make some democratic and egalitarian noises — for reasons, I am sure, of base self-interest. Simply stated, he is in trouble. He is losing control of his increasingly independent-minded judiciary, he is losing whatever support he has ever had of the citizens of Pakistan, and he is losing the confidence of the West.

So, we’re stepping back from global, unregulated, laissez faire, “free-market” capitalism, and –FINALLY — acknowledging that government has a larger role than merely smoothing the road for the creation of wealth. It also has the responsibility to see that the wealth is distributed equitably and justly. Well, at least Musharraf — back against the wall — is giving the idea lip service, even if he’d rather not. Why would he prefer not to say — and do — the right thing?

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Children in GITMO

Posted by Jack Stephens on March 12, 2007

On the blog Shinning Light In Dark Corners the blog’s author writes about Captain James Yee who talked about playing soccer and other games with young children being held in GITMO:

The blog the talking dog has an interview with James Yee, the Muslim Caplain charged with espionage then released with an honorable discharge and commendations. He’s wrote a book!

It seems that Bush has twelve year olds at Gitmo as well as Abu Ghraib. Just where does this guy get off?

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Anti-Terror Laws in El Salvador

Posted by Jack Stephens on February 13, 2007

Leftspot Blog has a post on the anti-terror law protests in El Salvador:

Wednesday morning hundreds of students at the University of El Salvador marched against the “anti-terrorism law” that passed last year that basically outlaws most acts of protest, since in the demented eyes of the right wing government, organizing for social change is terrorism. The students characterized the “anti-terrorism law” as “unconstitutional and it generates more repression and violence.”

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