Western troops accused of executing 10 Afghan civilians, including children

December 31, 2009 at 8:56 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Afghan Civilians Handcuffed And Killed By US Occupation Forces:

Report Western troops accused of executing 10 Afghan civilians, including children

December 31, 2009 “The Times” —American-led troops were accused yesterday of dragging innocent children from their beds and shooting them during a night raid that left ten people dead.

Afghan government investigators said that eight schoolchildren were killed, all but one of them from the same family. Locals said that some victims were handcuffed before being killed. Continue Reading Western troops accused of executing 10 Afghan civilians, including children…

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كل عام وانتم بخير YENİ YILINIZI KUTLARIM

December 31, 2009 at 2:58 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment

WISHES FOR PEACE AND

JUSTICE ON OUR PLANET

 IN 2010

 
YENİ YILINIZI KUTLARIM

HAPPY NEW YEAR
 
 
BONNE ANNEE


GELUKKIG NIEUWJAAR
 
 
FELIZ AñO NUEVO


كل عام وانتم بخير

Irak – Saddam face à l’histoire

December 30, 2009 at 5:58 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Téléchargez ce dossier

Irak – Saddam face à l’histoire


– Retour sur un procès lynchage
– Dixit Saddam
– Mr George et “le détenu de haute valeur n°1”
– Bilan d’un crime

 

Par Gilles Munier et David Alexandre


Afrique-Asie – Décembre 2009

http://www.afrique-asie.fr/_medias/dossiers/Irak.pdf

Histoire d’un crime Il y a tout juste trois ans, Saddam Hussein était exécuté au terme d’une procédure judiciaire biaisée de bout en bout.

Gilles Munier

A Grand Jury May Answer the Question: Who Is Accountable for a War Started on The False Claims That Iraq Had WMD?

December 30, 2009 at 5:33 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Perhaps a Grand Jury in Washington Will Answer the Question of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Regarding Who Is Accountable for a War Started on the False Claims that Iraq Had Weapons of Mass Destruction
By Francis T. Mandanici

Francis T. Mandanici is a lawyer in Connecticut.

Published on AfterDowningStreet.org (http://www.afterdowningstreet.org)

 In an interview [1] this month in The Washington Post, the former UN chief nuclear weapons inspector and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (2005), Mohamed ElBaradei, was asked why the United States got it so wrong on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. ElBaradei responded that he has discovered that the United States decision to go to war was based on regime change and not based on whether Iraq had WMDs. He asked: “How do you justify that almost a million innocent civilians have died as the price of getting rid of a dictator? Who is accountable for this at the end of the day, after it was found that there were no weapons of mass destruction?”

Perhaps a grand jury will answer his question on accountability. Pending in Washington at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia is a report and request to the grand jury that it conduct an investigation of the Bush Administration’s false and fraudulent statements that Iraq had sought uranium for a nuclear weapon. (See and click on attachment # 1 at the end of this article.) In that report I contend that said statements violated the criminal statutes 18 U.S.C. § 1001 and 18 U.S.C. § 371 that prohibit making false and fraudulent statements to Congress and conspiring to obstruct the functions of Congress.

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US crimes against humanity in Iraq

December 30, 2009 at 4:16 am | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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If only Steven Green, Lynndie England, and Abeer al-Janabi were George Bush

Abu Ghraib –  US soldier torturing and humiliating Iraqi detainee 

WorldNews.com 2009-12-29

 For Video click on:

http://article.wn.com/view/2009/12/29/If_Only_Steven_Green_Lynndie_England_and_Abeer_alJanabi_Were/

 Article by WorldNews.com Correspondent Dallas Darling.

It was Joseph Stalin who said, “Kill one and you are a murderer, kill thousands and you are a legend.” It is a quote that every American should contemplate, especially in regards to former president Georg Bush’s pre-emptive war in Iraq, and the impact it has had on millions of Iraqis and Americans.

While George Bush enjoyed a warm and comfortable Christmas celebration in his million dollar mansion nestled in the wealthy suburb of Prescott Hollow, and while he is ringing in the New Year with his family and friends and with the finest foods and wine, does he and Americans grasp the horrible truth that pre-emptive wars leads to post-emptive murders, post-emptive rapes, and post-emptive torture?

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Xe, Formerly Blackwater, Poses Biggest Threat to Pakistan’s Nukes

December 30, 2009 at 3:03 am | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Main photo of Blackwater courtesy: opinion-maker.org

Dr Shahid Qureshi

link:

www.salem-news.com/articles/december272009/blkwtr_pak.php

December 28, 2009

Is America out to hurt her trusted ally?

 

(LONDON) – Lawyers from the local bar associations protested outside the ‘secret base’ of US mercenaries (Xe/Blackwater) inside the ‘Sehala’ Police Training College, a few miles from the Kahuta Nuclear Plant. Why did Pakistani media ignore the story?

 Kahuta Nuke Plant

 

As the propaganda that Pakistani nukes are likely to fall into the hands of the Taliban continues in the American press, one wonders what might be the U.S. intent.

Seen in the light that American mercenaries have become overt operationally, it appears that the intent is to use them to ‘lift’ the Pak Nukes using the threat from the Taliban as an excuse.

It is a most ridiculous statement that the Taliban are going to walk into Pakistani nuclear sites and take control. Are nuclear weapons toys that can be taken away from an errant kid?

It is common knowledge that different sections of the system are stored in different places; “how can Taliban take over all sites and put them together” was my response to a question by Adam Brooks, BBC’s Washington correspondent, in a live program on BBC World Service TV on 23rd December 2009.

 Tehrik Taliban in Pakistan,
face covered, holding AK-47

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Turk Turkmen Azeri Song: Evlerinin Önü Yonca

December 28, 2009 at 2:59 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Turk Turkmen Azeri Song

Evlerinin Önü Yonca  

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHDAHnBDMNo

 

ENJOY!

ITC Lideri Ergeç, İstanbul’da Türkmenler ile Biraraya Geldi

December 28, 2009 at 2:48 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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ITC Lideri Ergeç, İstanbul’da Türkmenler ile Biraraya Geldi
 
28 Aralık 2009, Pazartesi |
Irak Türkmen Cephesi Başkanı Dr. Sadettin Ergeç 26 Aralık 2009 günü İstanbul’da bir konferans salonunda, İstanbul’da yaşayan Türkmenler ile bir araya geldi.

Irak Türkmen Cephesi Başkanı Dr. Sadettin Ergeç 26 Aralık 2009 günü İstanbul’da bir konferans salonunda, İstanbul’da yaşayan Türkmenler ile bir araya geldi.
Irak Türkmen Cephesi Başkanı Dr. Sadettin Ergeç 26 Aralık 2009 günü İstanbul’da bir konferans salonunda, İstanbul’da yaşayan Türkmenler ile bir araya geldi. Çok sayıda Türkmen’in katıldığı toplantıda, Ergeç; Irak’ta yaşanan son gelişmeler ve 7 Mart 2010’da yapılacak seçimlerle ilgili bir konuşma yaptı.

 

 http://www.kerkuk.net/haberler/haber.aspx?dil=1055&metin=2009122834

Turkmen Artist Najim H. Chechen foster Healing Art

December 28, 2009 at 2:31 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Iraqi Turkmen artist Najim Chechen

‘Sleeping beauty’  by Najim Chechen

najim h chechen foster healing art

  click on the link below for video

http://www.youtube.com/user/07011946#p/a/u/1/Sw5G0iB63Bk

An Open Letter From Gaza

December 26, 2009 at 2:24 am | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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An Open Letter From Gaza

Various undersigned

 www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticleNew.asp?xfile=/data/opinion/2009/December/opi
   nion_December152.xml§ion=opinion

 

December 25, 2009

One year after the massacre in Gaza, we the people of Gaza need your support to end the inhuman blockade.

This week marks one year since Israel began its attack on the Gaza Strip: a year since phosphorus bombs, dime bombs and other weapons of death and destruction were unleashed on a defenceless civilian population. A year since the people of the world demanded that Israel end its attack on Gaza.

In this Israeli war of aggression on the occupied Gaza Strip, many of our civilians were massacred by Israel’s 
indiscriminate bombing, condemned by UN experts and leading human rights organisations as war crimes and crimes against humanity. This assault left over 1,440 Palestinians dead, predominantly civilians, of whom 431 were children. Another 5,380 Palestinians were injured.

We, the 1.5 million Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip, the overwhelming majority of whom are refugees who were violently expelled from our homes by Zionist forces in 1948, were subjected to three weeks of relentless Israeli state terror, whereby Israeli warplanes systematically targeted civilian areas, reduced whole neighbourhoods and vital civilian infrastructure to rubble and partially destroyed scores of schools, including several run by the UN, where civilians were taking shelter.

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