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By Hakim Addad
On Wednesday November 14th launched Israel a new wave of aggression against Gaza Strip. They call it a war on terror; however, they open fire randomly against all in Gaza Strip. It is more aggressive than the Cast Lead in 2008/09. Within five days of continuous F16 bombing and warships shelling against civilian houses, public buildings, and schools, 73 Palestinians were brutally killed. 25 children were among the victims.
Citizens of the free world: speak up; use every accessible resource to attempt to put an end to the atrocities practiced and committed by the Israeli Occupation. It is the least we owe to the impoverished people of the Gaza Strip, who were already living under inhumane and inconceivable conditions before the current ongoing attack. It is not only our right to speak up, but also out duty as members of the human race. Let us all speak out loud, united: ENOUGH.
Australia played a larger role than previously thought in the abuses of detainees at the Abu Graib Prison in Iraq, according to Australia Defense Force (ADF) documents obtained by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre through freedom of information laws. The documents show that Major George O'Kane worked closely with US authorities as a military lawyer and helped author the manual for processing prisoners. He also advised on the legality of interrogation methods and denied the Red Cross access to prisoners deemed by the US as "high value detainees."