Posts Tagged “Solitary confinement”

Vanunu Mordechai’s 34th Year Captivity Continues at Facebook

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Vanunu Mordechai’s 34th Year Captivity Continues at Facebook

At Facebook on Sunday, Israel’s nuclear whistle blower Vanunu Mordechai reported that for the 16thyear, after 18 years behind bars Vanunu is still “not to meet foreigners, not leave the country” and all Vanunu can “do is to continue to wait, continue to demand my freedom, from 1986-2019.” By Eileen Fleming Image is a screenshot…

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Mordechai Vanunu: Nuclear Whistleblower or Tool?

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Mordechai Vanunu: Nuclear Whistleblower or Tool?

Last week Adam Raz wrote for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, “Thirty years after the espionage case that rocked Israel and exposed its nuclear secrets, it can be asked whether Mordechai Vanunu is actually tool in the hands of vested interests.” The top three definitions of “tool” at the Urban Dictionary are: A guy with a hugely over-inflated ego, Someone whose…

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Mordechai Vanunu: Indictments and Vendettas

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Mordechai Vanunu, Israel’s Nuclear Whistle Blower was indicted again on Sunday. By Eileen Fleming Israel’s thirty-year vendetta against Vanunu hit a record low as Attorney Avigdor Feldman told Haaretz on May 8: Filing an indictment for a single meeting with two foreigners that occurred three years ago,  for moving [apartment] at the same address, and in the end…

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Solitary Confinement ‘Sanctified’ State Torture

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Solitary Confinement ‘Sanctified’ State Torture

Torture by Solitary confinement is a form of imprisonment in which an inmate is isolated from any human contact except for members of the prison staff for at least 22 hours a day.  By Eileen Fleming   Last week, New York Times reporter Erica Goode wrote: I’ve been covering solitary confinement on and off for…

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