VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 25 March 2012: Ayalon: “We Will Not Allow UN Committee Members Into The Country”

25 March 2012 — VTJP

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Female Detainee On Hunger Strike Since Tuesday
IMEMC – Lawyer of the Ad-Dameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Firas Sabbah, stated that he managed, last Thursday, to visit detainee Amani Al-Khandaqji, at the Asqalan Israeli prison, and that she told him that she started an open-ended hunger strike since she was kidnapped by the army last Tuesday. Interrogates are questioning her about a prisoner-support Facebook page she manages. …

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 24 March 2012: Ambassadors Of Portugal, South Africa, Teargased Near Ramallah

24 March 2012 — VTJP

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International Middle East Media Center

Soldiers Attack Detainees, Conduct Forced DNA Tests
IMEMC – The Palestinian Ministry of Detainees reported Saturday that Palestinian political prisoners in Nafha, Majiddo, Galboa’, and Ramon Israeli prisons, returned their meals on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday morning, in protest to forced DNA tests conducted on them by, under gunpoint, the Israeli soldiers. …

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Information Clearing House Newsletter 24 March 2012: War Criminal Heartless Dick Cheney Gets New Heart

25 March 2012 Information Clearing House

The Dangerous Mess in Syria Grows Murkier

By Eric Margolis

US, British and some European media keep depicting Syria‘s civil war as a simple passion play pitting the evil Asad regime in Damascus against mostly unarmed democratic protestors.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article30908.htm

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Statewatch News Online, 26 March 2012 Launch of Frontex Observatory

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Established in 2006 by Regulation 2004/2007, Frontex is the European Agency for the Management of the External Borders of the European Union. It coordinates and organises with Member States high-tech border control operations at sea, land and air external borders of the EU, and carries out joint return flights of irregular migrants. Its mandate was revised in 2011. Since its inception, Frontex has been criticised for its lack of transparency and accountability.

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What Is Really Going On In Syria: Insider Update By Boris DOLGOV

24 January 2012 — Strategic Culture Foundation

What Is Really Going On In Syria: Insider UpdateThe current situation in Syria remains one of the most important components of the Middle Eastern and international policies. Using Syria’s domestic crisis and pursuing their own goals NATO, Israel, Turkey and the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are trying to undermine the Syrian regime.

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Stop NATO News: March 25, 2012

25 March 2012 — Stop NATO

  • Ottawa: First Joint Meeting Of U.S., Canadian, Mexican Defense Leaders
  • Clinton Approves $1.3 Billion In Military Aid To Egyptian Junta
  • Three NATO Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan
  • Italian Soldier Killed, Five Injured In Afghanistan
  • NATO Helicopter Violates Pakistani Air Space
  • U.S. Ambassador-Designate: Georgia To Join NATO, U.S. To Upgrade Military
  • U.S. Marine Corps Commander Meets Georgian Military Chief, Troops
  • Eastern Partnership: Georgia Pushes “International Community” To Expel Russian Troops From Abkhazia And South Ossetia
  • Abkhazia Concerned Over Georgia Creating New Paramilitary Groups
  • French Defense Delegation Visits Georgia, Azerbaijan
  • Azerbaijan Doubled Military Production Last Year
  • NATO MPs In Qatar “Discuss Regional Security”
  • Turkey To Host “Friends Of Syria” Meeting
  • Syria: Armenians Fear Results Of Regime Change
  • EU Foreign Ministers Slap More Sanctions On Belarus, Iran, Syria And Extend Horn Of Africa Naval Deployment

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The Bradley Manning Prosecution Infected by Government Misconduct, Dismissal is the Only Option By Kevin Zeese

20 March, 2012 — Global Research

Last week I spent two days in court for a pretrial motions hearing in the court martial of Bradley Manning, the private accused of leaking documents to WikiLeaks that showed widespread unethical and illegal behavior by the Department of Defense and State Department.  Manning has suffered the fate the Queen put on Alice when she was in Wonderland, “Sentence first — verdict afterwards.” By the time his court martial is actually held he will have been incarcerated for more than two years, one of those years was spent in solitary confinement. But, that is only one of many obvious injustices Manning is being subjected to.

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