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Little reaction from human rights watchdogs as Gitmo hunger strike continues

19.03.2013 06:07

After 42 days on hunger strike, though acknowledged by the US military, the protest by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay has so far been largely unacknowledged by international humanitarian organizations.

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Anonymous user 23.04.2013 04:02

America owns UN get over it, you lose in the ME, sorrrrrrrrrrrry folks

Anonymous user 23.04.2013 04:01

No one gives a flying f&ck in USA about Gitmo and there's a good reason for it, We want it that way

Anonymous user 21.03.2013 06:54

The US has violated its own Constitution on 'Due Process'.

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 10:35

Surprised? Dont be
the so-called Human Rights watchdogs are western tools against nonwestern nations

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 05:20

We have learned nothing from history. Concentration camps once again..and we sit on our hands.

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 05:19

Concentration camps. 2013. America. This is a new holocaust..and we sit here and watch it happen?

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 04:11

Seems N.-Koreans are the only people in the world left with justice and commen sence in their heads

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 02:24

"Little reaction" this is because the liberal class are undergoing and identity crisis.

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 00:36

Human Rights watchdogs are a bunch of chihuahuas haha

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 00:05

UN------ bought and paid for

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 23:45

booohoo. so some terrorists go on a hunger strike? nobody cares! your in jail for a reason! starve!

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 22:59

really i remember going 4 days without eating maybe 5-6oz of water....


Bruce Eggum 19.03.2013 22:57

The United States has always prohibited the use of torture in our Constitution, laws executive statements and judicial decisions. We have ratified three treaties that all outlaw torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. [snip] http://www.counterpu nder-u-s-law-torture -is-always-illegal/W e must campaign for USA to participate in the The International Court of Justice (ICJ

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 21:21

One thing an American cannot do is to stop eating one day!
They don't understand what it feels like

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 21:17

US Military does not care one bit about human rights,where is Human Rights Watch NY,all getting fat!

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