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Leaders vs. Dealers

Pakistan miseries are older than her birth. Prior the partition Punjab dissection was devised to hurt ruthlessly Pakistan’s vital interests in the approaching days. Same was the tragedy of the of Bengal partition strategy.

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Masses Maturity in Pakistan

In all the recently held bye elections masses maturity was established at least. Everywhere the BJP (viz Jamat-e-Islam) of Pakistan was cast off with full resolve. Their tossed candidate; a veterinary doctor gained simply .1 % votes in NA 55 Rawalpindi 6. Masses of the country have made out with naked eyes the repulsive role the JI has been playing in case of terrorism throughout the country. During their five years long dark rule (misrule to say most appropriately) in NWFP has left more monstrous legacy than that of their Ameer-ul-mumineen; Gen. Zia & his progeny during their 11 years long regime in the country.

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Torture as Foreign Policy: the Omar Khadr Decision

by Gail Davidson LLB

The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Omar Khadr[1] case, which implies that remedies to prevent torture and punish perpetrators are a privilege to be granted or withheld at the pleasure of the Prime Minister, is wrong.

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US Government Death Lists for USA Citizens

This extrajudicial execution of human beings constitutes a grave violation of international human rights law and, under certain circumstances, can also constitute a war crime under the Four Geneva Conventions of 1949. In addition, the extrajudicial execution of U.S. citizens by the United States government also violates the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution mandating that no person "be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law."

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Bush to The Hague

International Criminal Court Complaint Filed Against
Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Tenet, Rice and Gonzales

INTERNATIONAL ARREST WARRANTS REQUESTED

Professor Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, U.S.A. has filed a Complaint with the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (I.C.C.) in The Hague against U.S. citizens George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet, Condoleezza Rice, and Alberto Gonzales (the “Accused”) for their criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” perpetrated upon about 100 human beings. This term is really their euphemism for the enforced disappearance of persons and their consequent torture. This criminal policy and practice by the Accused constitute Crimes against Humanity in violation of the Rome Statute establishing the I.C.C.

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