Posts Tagged “prison”

UN expert on torture sounds alarm again that Julian Assange’s life may be at risk

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UN expert on torture sounds alarm again that Julian Assange’s life may be at risk

UN expert on torture sounds alarm again that Julian Assange’s life may be at risk The UN Special Rapporteur on torture, Nils Melzer, has expressed alarm at the continued deterioration of Julian Assange’s health since his arrest and detention earlier this year, saying his life was now at risk. Mr. Assange was sent to a UK…

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Health of journalist Hisham Gaafar deteriorates in jail

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Health of journalist Hisham Gaafar deteriorates in jail

Health of journalist Hisham Gaafar deteriorates in jail Held 21 Months Without Trial Despite Serious Illness Egyptian authorities should immediately provide appropriate health care to the imprisoned journalist Hisham Gaafar, whose health, including his eyesight, is deteriorating in detention, Human Rights Watch said today. If prison authorities are unable to provide him necessary health care, they…

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Palestinians protest Israeli detention of World Vision rep

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Palestinians protest Israeli detention of World Vision rep

Palestinians protest Israeli detention of World Vision rep By Mohammed Asad Palestinian demonstrators hold posters of Mohammad El Halabi, World Vision’s manager of operations in Gaza who was accused by Israel of funneling millions of dollars in aid money to Hamas, during a protest in solidarity with El Halabi, organised by foundations and societies benefiting…

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Hunger striker al-Qiq held without trial, justice

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Hunger striker al-Qiq held without trial, justice

Palestinian journalist imprisoned without trial or justice by Israel continues hunger strike to expose Israel’s civil rights abuses, violence and oppression. Muhammed al-Qiq symbolizes the enduring struggle against Israel’s brutality By Bettejo Indelicato A Palestinian prisoner on hunger striker becomes more than the individual their tortured body encompasses. The hunger striker, in this case Muhammad al-Qiq (Mohammed…

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Palestinian Journalist Dying in Israeli Gulag

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Palestinian Journalist Dying in Israeli Gulag

In Bad Waters — Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq is dying in an Israeli Gulag. He is one of many thousands of Palestinians suffering in the Israeli prison system By Dezeray Lyn Muhammad al-Qiq is starving to death.  He is unconscious.  He hasn’t taken a meal in over 60 days.  He is 33.  He is a journalist.  He has been placed on ‘administrative detention’…

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