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*******www.instablogs****/ Economic issues important for kiwis ahead of polls At present, it’s the New Zealand economy which is the major topic of interest to be addressed, as this concerns everyone in the country. People will want know they still have employment when they wake up in the morning, reassurance their life savings are safe in the banks, as well as the knowledge they are still able to afford to pay off their mortgages etc. The economy and particularly the current economic downturn, touches us all in different ways, therefore the economy would have to be up there at the top for the political parties to very seriously consider and confidently state their policies for addressing this situation. At the moment all the one sees nothing but a lot of wheeling and dealing between the major and minor political parties for their own benefit. We are yet to hear on what coalition is planning to work for the benefit of the country as a whole, especially in regards to the economy! Mexican financial system tied with drug money 10 percent of the Mexican financial system operates with laundered drug money. Mexico's lack of aggressiveness against money laundering has led to the creation of a pipeline from South America to the United States, where drugs, people, weapons and cash are trafficked, and that could be used for any aim, even by subversive groups. The ideologies no longer matter -- only the money. The free flow of information and money has changed everything. Mexican, Colombian and Middle East terrorist groups are increasingly connected. Over the years, money laundering enforcement has proved the most effective tool for cracking down on the drug trade. Without cash, the criminal networks fall into a downward spiral. If you take away their money, they can't pay their sources of supply, they lose credibility, and they can't pay bribes and employees. It is not easy to align the legal infrastructure to prosecute money laundering. There are a lot of obstacles within the bureaucracy and putting the things in place will take a lot of time. EU criticizes virtual strip search EU lawmakers have a valid reason for joining U.S. civil liberty campaigners in criticizing a new scanner that allows airport security to see through passengers' clothes. The new system, which the European Union plans to authorize at the bloc's airports, allows guards to see an outline of passengers' bodies beneath their clothes, making it easier to detect any concealed objects. The scanning is equivalent to conducting a virtual strip search that could raise just objections. Many travelers are bound to consider it as an enormous intrusion on their personal privacy. This means that the technology can only be used under compelling suspicions and not used routinely on the passengers. EU should consider offering alternate forms of security checks for the passengers who object to such search. Text messaging saves elephant lives Kenya’s Ol Pejeta conservation park is using Elephants equipped with collars containing mobile phone cards able to send "text messages" to park rangers warning them when they are about to stray into neighbouring villages. The scheme was started two years ago, after rangers despaired at how to prevent elephants eating the crops on nearby land. The Kenyan Wildlife Service had already been forced to shoot five elephants at Ol Pejeta because of persistent crop-raiding, and decided to experiment with global-positioning technology to see if it could be used to prevent further incursions into farmland. The project is not without its difficulties. Batteries on the elephants' collars need replacing every couple of years, and it's expensive to have a team of rangers and vehicles on constant standby to head-off elephants. However, the Kenya Wildlife Service's elephant program hopes similar schemes will help to reduce some of the 1,300 crop-raiding complaints it receives each year. Thanks to the scheme at least for now both elephants and farmers can live together peacefully. *******www.instablogs****/
30 Oct 2008
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This fall, gather your friends and neighbours for a local feast to celebrate the season. 2 has all the tricks you'll need to make your party the talk of the town.
3 Mar 2009
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The Grey Wolf, also known as the Timber Wolf, is the largest wild member of the Canidae family. It shares a common ancestry with the domestic dog. Though once abundant over much of Eurasia and North America, the Grey Wolf inhabits a very small portion of its former range because of widespread destruction of its habitat. They are capable of covering several miles trotting at about a pace of 10 km/h (6 mph), and have been known to reach speeds approaching 65 km/h (40 mph) during a chase. There is a slight webbing between each toe, which allows them to move easily over snowy terrain. Occasionally, single Wolves are found in the wild, though packs containing 2 to 20 Wolves are more common. Established Wolf packs rarely accept strangers into their territories, and will often attack other Wolves that invade their domain. They howl as a form of cumminication to neighbouring packs so that they will avoid their territory. Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 Nov 2008
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*******www.100kincome4u**** Thousands of people in the MLM and network marketing industry are failing because they are using the same old tired techniques to recruit members into their team, by approaching their "warm market" friends, family, neighbours relatives. This is the worst possible way to try and run your business, you will lose friends, lose sleep, and lose your dignity by tackling your business with this approach. If you want to be successful in your network marketing business you Must be reaching "targeted traffic" and the best way to achieve this is through "attraction marketing" You want people to be approaching you... who are ready to learn and take on a new "business venture." People that are passionate, driven, entrepreneurial, and that have the desire to change their life for the better.. you do not want to be chasing people down for your business, believe me, NONE of the topearners do it.
5 Dec 2008
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Welcome to Samui Villas and Homes, We have amazing villas to rent for the perfect holiday on Koh Samui - Thailand Nestled in the heart of tranquillity in the hills of Bophut, Ban Kinaree strikes an idyllic balance between contemporary grandeur and Thai-Balinese timelessness. The walk-through entrance area with its solid wood carved door and water features gives away the atmosphere from the first step into the villa. Ban Kinaree is made of three separate pavilions harmonized in a terraced compound surrounded by luxuriant and lush garden landscaping. The smallest pavilion hosts one bedroom; the largest and main pavilion features the large living/dining/kitchen as well as the 20 meter terrace overlooking Bophut Bay on the first floor, two bedrooms occupy the ground floor; the third pavilion hosts the master bedroom and the 5th bedroom on the ground floor. The layout of the property and the garden setting provide both ample privacy and comfort to everyone when desired. It also allows a great entertainment venue when opened up as a complete residence. Each of the bedrooms has been designed to provide optimum comfort and privacy by featuring oversized sleeping area and grand bathrooms with both shower and a large bathtub. All bedrooms are equipped with a TV and DVD player and full length sliding doors with a view to the ocean. The focus of attention at Ban Kinaree is centred on the large infinity-edge swimming pool, which reaches out to a stellar view of greenery and ocean. The pool Sala presents a full bar and BBQ while others may indulge themselves in the privacy of the Jacuzzi attached to the pool. The villa is located 10 minutes drive from the "Fishermans Village" in Bophut, so a short drive away from the beach or nearby restaurants. Ban Kinaree provides stunning sunrises and sunsets while view is dominated by the neighbouring island of Koh Phangan. Ban Kinaree provides you the holiday you deserve To view more pictures and video of Ban Kinaree please click here *******www.samuivillasandhomes****/samui-luxury-villa-3.html
9 Dec 2008
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Neighbours on the Ridge gather for great food, fun, laughter and a great time. This is our 8th. annual Christmas Party. Thanks to all our neighbours who prepared a special dish or who brought their favourite spirit to share with everyone!Best Wishes to all
11 Dec 2008
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Two self appointed "experts" discuss how to celebrate Hanukkah with their neighbour in this hilarious parody of advice shows. From rantingparent**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
14 Dec 2008
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Finally a new product to shut up your noisy neighbours.
4 Jan 2009
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Adults play with fireworks! You will be burns Why you adults never grow up? Playing with fireworks, it will burn oneself badly and it never be heals! I really don't understand, Why adults playing with fireworks and firing at their neighbour's? Have they thought of what Consequence will costly to themselves and their own? They both sign's agreement time after time, no more play ground staff's! Untied nation body help to make this agreement. Stop playing with firework and stop the invention! But how long did it last? A week? A day? A minute? Firework's firing into neighbours a seconds of bright yellow' light with the horrible sounds that no one like to heard it over again and again! Maybe a life's been token or more, and the lights of the fireworks blinded all, maker blindness retaliation to protect themselves, whatever means necessary! The aggressions it not the making it they created the maker!!! I really don't understand. The whole mid-east and throughout those world, ongoing is attacking on this small minority people? In a tiny country! What fear has in them? What hatred really in those? To the smallest minority race's living on mother earth? Peace? No such a thing human or prays can give you Peace!!! Peace is in oneself hand making and maker children must teach to love their neighbour. Peace to oneself and the peace will be with you all With peace to oneself: SEE
10 Jan 2009
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ONESELF doing Who right or wrong, I'm not here to judge! I love writing I write what I feel good and bad, sadness and pain. You die you lost nothing to do with me. I cannot make a difference Surely I cannot bring the dead back to life's This mid-east thing been ongoing 50 years, before I was born, bring me feeling sadness and shallow to see and heard a fellows human being killing each other daily by hatred! Surprise, they all look the same, tongues and sounds. I really don't know who is who! Who is the other? Which your preference! and why, they picking a fights. You do me first! to my people. I'll do you even worst! they do this to your people. Killing at each other never ending? You kill my children, we kill your children. If there any difference children and any human life's token by hatred oneself hand cover with human bloods, can it be ever watch away? I really don't give a damn to you both, which right or wrong. But I do give my hearted, my love to see you both living in Peace! If a country infested by this horrible thing Maybe we think this infested thing is your only answer retaliation? Ask again oneself do you think this can ever being Peace? Or it bring more bloods and tears If a country government don’t have the power or don't have the courage to terminated those infested desire! Who can and who let them in? Who let them grown? And who shelters them? I really don't know, any word can be said and done. To clear both mind and thought from fearing of each other! away from hatred for both side living in Peace! Side by side and I do want you to ask oneself, do you want Peace? Can you stop playing fire and can you stop aggressiveness with retaliation? And can you both just try. Take your mind away from hatred and see give a thought I love my neighbour's Amongst neighbours and more important is amongst oneself? The answer is in your heart. In you and feel the bottoms heart No human or prays can make Peace for you ONESELF doing Oneself: SEE
11 Jan 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ Nepali Journalist murdered Number of impunity and terrorism attacks is being high in Nepal. Terai, the southern part of Nepal, near to India has become cancer of the country. This week, Uma Singh, a female radio journalist working in Janakpur, prominent religious place of Nepal was murdered by unknown forces using weapons. It is still not clear who killed the journalist, who was in her mid-20s but her father and brother were abducted and killed by Maoists two years ago. She had spoken about the difficulties of working in south-east Nepal, where armed groups have recently mushroomed. Ms. Singh is the first women journalist who was murdered. Previously, more than two dozen male journalists were killed by different forces. Insecurity for journalists is being raised in Nepal whereas many journalists get threatened by different forces regarding the news and views. Co founder of los Zetas arrested Mexico has captured one of the founders of the “zetas” Gulf cartel's brutal squad of hit men that is behind much of the country's bloodshed. Miguel Angel Soto Parra, arrested on Wednesday in Mexico City, is a former police officer who was one of the earliest members of the Zetas, a group of hit men made up largely of army deserters. The Gulf cartel, which relies on the Zetas to settle scores with rival gangs, is one of Mexico's top smuggling groups, running Colombian cocaine into Texas via the border cities of Matamoros, Reynosa and Nuevo Laredo. The Ugandan Rebel The Ugandan rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army, LRA, has slaughtered at least 537 people and kidnapped another 408 in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo since September. Troops from DR Congo, Uganda and South Sudan have conducted joint operations against the LRA since December, but the military action has provoked further retaliatory raids by the rebels against the local civilian population. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Says over 100,000 people have also been forced to flee the violence to hide in the bush especially the region neighbouring South Sudan and Uganda. An estimated 37,000 people have fled from Faradje, a town which borders Sudan, including over 10,000 children. Sightings of LRA rebels are "causing panic and new displacement" throughout the region. Slumdog millionaire bags Golden Globe R Rahman winning the Golden Globe for his musical score was India’s moment under the sun. Despite the film, Slumdog Millionaire, having a British tag, the honours brought glory to Indian cinema, music and literature in one stroke. Rahman’s soundtrack has a typical desi flavour and the film’s story was inspired by Indian life in the slums and originally told by Vikas Swarup through his thoroughly entertaining book Q&A. But now Danny Boyle, who has won the Golden Globe by directing an essentially Indian project, has shown the world how effectively an Indian theme can be turned into a world-class film. Rahman has definitely made the country and the place where he honed his music skills, Chennai, proud through his soundtrack. Indeed, India has a large talent pool that waits to the tapped. Not just musicians but in other fields, too, with the potential to make movies that can make the world sit up and watch. *******www.instablogs****/
17 Dec 2010
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Will you take both my hands? We had been unfriendly toward each other for a long time. We argue we fight like no days and end? We really don’t care; other hurt and sees other in pain! We haven’t give a thought to each other indifferent Open to understand, open to accepting other cultural Way of life believe and ethnic. Reach out both hands Will you take both my hand? Will you give me a hugs? Will you love me as who we are? Does it together reach out both hands! Does it together hugging Each other! Mean it together we love each other. For Peace and Peace be with us, to you, my friends, and to my neighbour To my brothers and my sister and throughout theworld Reach out both hands. Reach out: See
23 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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