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Evan Long on the "Zero Hour Power" television program hosted by David Eaton. The interview concerns Evan's video, "The Columbine Cause". Thanks to "Zero Hour Power"/Church Street Energy System. Below is copy for the video. "The Columbine Cause" by Evan Long raises questions about the April 20, 1999 attack on Columbine High School which have gone unaddressed or unanswered by corporate and state media, including: Why do counts of the ballistics evidence charts yield totals far greater than the three hundred-odd shots officially stated by law enforcement officials to have been fired? Why did students and teachers inside the school during the attack describe up to a dozen distinct shooters, some of whom some of them were able to identify by name as neither Eric Harris nor Dylan Klebold? Why were the people of the world told that the attack was a "wake-up call" when some Columbine students knew it to have been "the big rumor" for up to two years in advance? There is much more to the story of the attack on Columbine than has been widely made known. URL: The Columbine Cause DOT tk URL2 : ChurchStreetEnergySystem DOT Blogspot DOT com Tags: Columbine, High school, Shooting, Massacre, Tragedy, Gun control, Pipe bomb, Tec 9, Dylan klebold, Eric harris, Chris morris, Robert perry, Joe stair, Eric dutro ,Eric ault, Satanism ,Magick ,Mind control ,Antidepressant, ,Mark taylor ,Donna taylor ,Coverup ,Crime ,Terrorism ,9/11 ,Bill clinton ,Skull ,Bones ,Freemason ,Evan long ,Shotgun ,Mcduffy ,Marsh ,Manes ,Duran, Boles ,Media ,Bullying ,Brooks brown , Michael moore, Bowling, Chiseled face, Baggy pants, camouflage, splatterpunks, akard, nalty, nulty, brunetti, Short, Round face, Third shooter, Roof, Sniper, nate, nathan, Dykeman, Kirgis, Blackjack pizza, Atf Fbi, Jefferson county ,Littleton, Colorado, April ,Hitler ,Waco , Mcveigh, 4/20, Nichols, Koresh, birthday, Davidian, Ruby ridge, Weaver, Janet reno, Al gore, George bush, Conspiracy, Robert anton wilson ,Peter carroll ,Illuminates of thanateros, iot, Temple of psychick youth, topy, golden dawn, church of satan, lavey, dwayne fuselier, montana freemen, justin tribble, crtf, echoes of columbine, starviego, daniel rohrbough, el paso, rachel scott, kyle velasquez, tomlin, cassie bernall, daniel mauser, oklahoma city, murrah building, ssri, ann tracy, victim, survivor, family, dave sanders, cory depooter, chris wisher, john quinn, newshawk, automatic, semiautomatic, dragging, body, dragged, ambulance, triage, library, cafeteria, science, kelly fleming, camera, surveillance, metal detector, trench, coat, mafia, trenchcoat, black, rage, anger, angry, revenge, german, nazi, racist, antiracist, kmfdm, rammstein, industrial, metal, music, marilyn, manson, doom, video game, violent, culture, blame, media, fault, scapegoat, police, swat, propane tank, killers, beslan, russia, hostage, brian desborough, monarch, bluebird, operation gladio, michael ledeen, machiavelli, crisis, david eaton, interview, church street energy system, zero hour power, zhp, thought of the day, you don't want to be here, eric veik, lauren townsend, dawn anna
9 Feb 2009
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Evan Long on the "Zero Hour Power" television program hosted by David Eaton. The interview concerns Evan's video, "The Columbine Cause". Thanks to "Zero Hour Power"/Church Street Energy System. Below is copy for the video. "The Columbine Cause" by Evan Long raises questions about the April 20, 1999 attack on Columbine High School which have gone unaddressed or unanswered by corporate and state media, including: Why do counts of the ballistics evidence charts yield totals far greater than the three hundred-odd shots officially stated by law enforcement officials to have been fired? Why did students and teachers inside the school during the attack describe up to a dozen distinct shooters, some of whom some of them were able to identify by name as neither Eric Harris nor Dylan Klebold? Why were the people of the world told that the attack was a "wake-up call" when some Columbine students knew it to have been "the big rumor" for up to two years in advance? There is much more to the story of the attack on Columbine than has been widely made known. URL: The Columbine Cause DOT tk URL2 : ChurchStreetEnergySystem DOT Blogspot DOT com Tags: Columbine, High school, Shooting, Massacre, Tragedy, Gun control, Pipe bomb, Tec 9, Dylan klebold, Eric harris, Chris morris, Robert perry, Joe stair, Eric dutro ,Eric ault, Satanism ,Magick ,Mind control ,Antidepressant, ,Mark taylor ,Donna taylor ,Coverup ,Crime ,Terrorism ,9/11 ,Bill clinton ,Skull ,Bones ,Freemason ,Evan long ,Shotgun ,Mcduffy ,Marsh ,Manes ,Duran, Boles ,Media ,Bullying ,Brooks brown , Michael moore, Bowling, Chiseled face, Baggy pants, camouflage, splatterpunks, akard, nalty, nulty, brunetti, Short, Round face, Third shooter, Roof, Sniper, nate, nathan, Dykeman, Kirgis, Blackjack pizza, Atf Fbi, Jefferson county ,Littleton, Colorado, April ,Hitler ,Waco , Mcveigh, 4/20, Nichols, Koresh, birthday, Davidian, Ruby ridge, Weaver, Janet reno, Al gore, George bush, Conspiracy, Robert anton wilson ,Peter carroll ,Illuminates of thanateros, iot, Temple of psychick youth, topy, golden dawn, church of satan, lavey, dwayne fuselier, montana freemen, justin tribble, crtf, echoes of columbine, starviego, daniel rohrbough, el paso, rachel scott, kyle velasquez, tomlin, cassie bernall, daniel mauser, oklahoma city, murrah building, ssri, ann tracy, victim, survivor, family, dave sanders, cory depooter, chris wisher, john quinn, newshawk, automatic, semiautomatic, dragging, body, dragged, ambulance, triage, library, cafeteria, science, kelly fleming, camera, surveillance, metal detector, trench, coat, mafia, trenchcoat, black, rage, anger, angry, revenge, german, nazi, racist, antiracist, kmfdm, rammstein, industrial, metal, music, marilyn, manson, doom, video game, violent, culture, blame, media, fault, scapegoat, police, swat, propane tank, killers, beslan, russia, hostage, brian desborough, monarch, bluebird, operation gladio, michael ledeen, machiavelli, crisis, david eaton, interview, church street energy system, zero hour power, zhp, thought of the day, you don't want to be here, eric veik, lauren townsend, dawn anna, hitmen for fire, rampart range, frank deangelis, john stone, scott fuselier
27 Nov 2008
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*******www.instablogs****/ India always blames Pakistan for everything destructive and for any kind of attack in the past. in the Mumbai attack they have done the same thing and blamed Pakistan but we are not afraid of any threat from India and can face any situation as patriotic Pakistanis. If they come for peace we will come and if they want war we most welcome them. So India needs to be careful with any decision that it takes because response will always be there. Indians have always Pakistan for their own internal problems. The recent incidents in Mumbai have proven their incompetency of indian security agencies to the whole world. Blaming Pakistani is now important for them so that they can regain the confidence of their masses and turn the attention of the masses from the recent incidents and their own lapses in security. So far as the Mumbai crisis : we condemn the described incidents and things that besides blaming each other both the countries should jointly make efforts to investigate such situation and create mutual understanding against this war on terrorism and also for the sustainable peace in Asia I think that will be much more better not only for both the countries India and Pakistan and also for the whole belt of Central Asia. War may be a consideration at the political level of existing Indo-Pak tension but it does not exist anywhere in the thoughts of lay people in Pakistan. They reject the very mention of war as a possibility on account of terrorist violence in any of the two countries. Both commonsense and goodwill encompass the way of thinking because the war will affect innocent civilians on both sides the very idea of which is absurd. For India and Pakistan, its time to get closer than before so as to defuse this threat of terrorism that is eating away them away as developing nations. Well done Mr. Unnikrishann, these politicians don’t deserve any better treatment. Mr. Achuthanandan’s conduct was particularly disgusting on two counts. He may be excused for the first one, involving the delay in showing respect to the slain soldier in person but nothing can absolve him of the second. The Chief Mnister could have at east ordered his security staff to put off the practice of using sniffer dogs at Mr. Unnikrishann’s residence where the slain martyr’s body had been kept to pay the last respects. This was a house in mourning not some terrorist hideout which threatened Mr. Achuthanadan’s already wasted life. He volunteered himself for an operation not assigned to him. Men like Achuthanandan tread the thoroughfare trampled by people consumed by selfish beings, martyrs’ like Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan walk the less traveled road and are always remembered for their courage and bravery. US must work hands and gloves with the Indian government to root and destroy the terrorist networks that have held the entire world hostage. The coordinated attacks on innocent civilians demonstrate the grave and urgent threat of terrorism. Our sympathies go out to the families and friends of those killed and injured, and to the people of Mumbai. Most importantly the attacks had larger implications that seemed to also target westerners while suggesting that this was not a localized attack arising from home-grown militancy. The apparent focus on killing or capturing foreign businesspeople, specifically US and UK nationals, has never occurred before, suggesting a wider global anti-Western agenda. This stands in contrast to the national issues that appeared to motivate Indian Mujahideen. The world should take a note of this. *******www.instablogs****/
2 Dec 2008
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*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - I feel like I don't even have to introduce Mike Litman... Why? Because he's been such an influence on how I've grown my mindset over the past 5-6 years. But of course, for those of you who don't know who he is, he deserves a bit of drum roll type intro on the show. I got his "Greatness Held Hostage" CD maybe 5 years ago and it literally changed the way I thought about everything. Mike has interviewed a list of who's who in the entrepreneurial world, he's connected with many influential people, he's a motivator and he's created an amazing coaching team in the past... he's got a few things up his sleeve as well (which is the reason for our meeting today). So basically, he's a pretty cool guy... and what's even better yet, he and hjis brother Brian (who together run their coaching business) have an adventurous spirit. We took 'em to Quintessence and gave the shots of Island Fire (raw noni) from Elements for Life... Take a look to see what they thought... (Mike also gives a tidbit of greatness as well for you all!)
29 Sep 2011
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*******www.tvhippo****/ - Watch TV Online! Nathan makes a move that has global repercussions; Sylar holds Claire, H.R.G., Meredith and Angela hostage at Primatech; Matt, Daphne and Ando try to rescue Hiro. View all the latest Heroes episodes at TVHippo****!
11 Dec 2008
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View full movie at www.moviego.info Paul Blart: Mall Cop is an upcoming 2009 American comedy film staring Kevin James and Jayma Mays. It is set for release on January 16, 2009. Plot Clumsy mall security guard Paul Blart (Kevin James) has been rejected for the position of police officer several times, but now he must deal with a hostage situation in the West Orange Pavilion Mall. Cast * Kevin James as Paul Blart * Jayma Mays * Keir O'Donnell as Veck Sims * Jason Ellis as Prancer * Adhir Kalyan as Sanjay * Rick Thorne * Shirley Knight * Adam Ferrara * Stephen Rannazzisi as Stuart * Raini Rodriguez as Maya Blart * Mike Vallely as Rudolph * Divya Bahl The film started shooting in late March 2008. The movie began shooting in Boston. Principal shooting took place at the Burlington Mall in Burlington, Massachusetts. From late March until mid-April, the mall and its stores were decorated with Christmas decorations, and there was a large prop ball-pit in the main foyer of the mall. Shooting took place mostly at night. The South Shore Plaza in Braintree, Massachusetts was the location of subsequent shooting. The cop is played by Kevin James with Keir O'Donnell as his counterpart. Ugly Betty recurring star Jayma Mays plays James' love interest. The film is directed by Steve Carr.
1 Jan 2009
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*******StanMedley**** Stan Medley presents Superman - The Eleventh Hour.Superman is responsible for several acts of sabotage at the Yokohama Navy Yard in Japan. Lois Lane is held hostage but Superman saves the day. Animation by William Bowsky and William Henning. Music by Sammy Timberg. Produced in 1942.
31 Dec 2008
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Paul Blart is a mild-mannered, dutiful family father who works as a security guard in a New Jersey mall. For years, he has applied to become a cop, but he always fails the physics exam due to his overweight. One day, a gang of organized criminals place the mall under siege and take hostages. Blart becomes trapped inside, and because of his sense of duty, refuses to leave. He thus becomes the police's eyes on the inside and has to stop the criminals on his own. Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Jan 2009
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UNRWA spokesman Johan Eriksson told the British Broadcasting Corp. via phone from Jerusalem that he had just spoken to the agencys boss in Gaza City, who confirmed to him that at least three shells containing white phosphorus hit their sprawling compound. Fire is raging inside our compound. It is inside a mechanical workshop, Eriksson told the BBC, adding that shipping pallets loaded with humanitarian aid were also on fire inside the compound. Firefighters cannot do anything. White phosphorus has landed and these fires cannot be put out, said Eriksson. Three people inside the compound are injured so far. # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
4 Feb 2009
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# Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
28 May 2009
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UN high commission for human rights protest Israel crimes in Gaza. # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
24 Sep 2011
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The humanitarian crisis continues in Gaza - # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
7 Nov 2010
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Many building were destroyed during Israel attacks in Gaza city. # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
24 Jan 2009
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If I look tired in the video, I am. I had been fighting my heart in this matter for some time now, and could not fight it anymore. There is only one religion in the world which makes sense, in which its scripture is uncontaminated, it's precepts are pure. And that it Islam. From here on, I am no longer a christian minister. I am a Muslim. Alhumdillah! # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
21 Jan 2009
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Majeed shabaz was converted to Islam on 2001 and since than he get him self a lot education and get more knowldge about everything around him and became one of the powerfull man when it comes to Dawah (helping people understand the message of islam ).in this video you will see what he talked about my conversion to Islam ,let see what he said ; # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
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Rap superstar Biz Blizzy moonlights as a hostage negotiator from time to time
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