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Archive for the Month of May, 2006.
Viewing War on Terrorism NEWS articles 1 through 17 of 17.

May 3, 2006

Torture "Widespread" under U.S. Custody: Amnesty - Torture and inhumane treatment are "widespread" in U.S.-run detention centers in Afghanistan, Iraq, Cuba and elsewhere despite Washington's denials, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.

May 6, 2006

The fall and fall of Afghanistan - "This report confirms that Afghanistan has been 'Enron-ized' by the Bush administration."

May 10, 2006

Al-Arianís nightmare continues - U.S. District Judge James Moody is doing everything in his power to prolong the suffering of former Unviersity of South Florida professor Sami Al-Arian.

May 12, 2006

Two Oswalds, two Attas, two Mohammad Sidique Khans - Reportedly, there was a Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans and at the same time as there was a Lee Harvey Oswald in Japan.

"Philosophical differences": Does property destruction equal eco-terrorism? - Much is made of FBI claims that the ELF and ALF (Animal Liberation Front) represent the greatest domestic threat today but in the land that never apologizes, anything goes in the name of waging war on a tactic (terror).

May 19, 2006

Spying on America - The need for this fascist, corporate-profit-at-all-costs driven dominance seems embedded in the psyche of these barely human beings. Their War on Terror will never end. Itís an incredible cash cow, generating billions in military and defense appropriations and natural resources, wherever they can be stolen. Theyíre getting richer than ever on those three little words: War on Terror.

Uprising at Guantanamo - America's own Chateau D'If is experiencing a desperate, doomed revolt by prisoners armed with weapons made of fans and light fixtures. They stand no chance against soldiers and professional torturers armed to the teeth and in control of almost every inch of the base, and so you could reasonably conclude that they are at this point indifferent to death.

May 21, 2006

Breaking point: Inside story of the Guantanamo uprising - The camp commander's claims of a co-ordinated revolt are challenged by new details of the violence

May 22, 2006

Afghans' uranium levels spark alert - ...researchers suggest new types of radioactive weapons may have been used in Afghanistan.

May 25, 2006

Canada out of Afghanistan - This has nothing to do with peacekeeping.

US military massacres 80 villagers in Afghanistan - In the latest atrocity in the US occupation of Afghanistan, US warplanes massacred at least 80 villagers in the southern province of Kandahar early Monday morning. As many as 350 people have been killed this past week in Afghanistan in an explosion of violence, the most severe since the US invasion in October 2001.

May 27, 2006

Terror suspect falls ill after hunger strike - One of three terror suspects detained by Canadian immigration officials for nearly five years has developed breathing problems during a hunger strike to protest his living conditions...

May 28, 2006

More than 60 children reportedly held at Guantanamo Bay - More than 60 minors, some as young as 14, have been held as prisoners at the US detention facility for suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay...

May 29, 2006

Remembering the dead. ALL the dead. - ...Iraqis and Afghans and all the other victims of U.S. aggression aren't even worth remembering, they aren't even human.

May 30, 2006

Bush hires LIARS with our tax dollars - The MEDIA is the opium of the masses and Americans are terminally addicted.

Depersonalizing murder - US skates on thin ice in Afghanistan

May 31, 2006

Mass rioting reveals depth of Afghan opposition to US occupation - The mass rioting that broke out in the Afghan capital of Kabul Monday has exposed the intensity and breadth of popular opposition to the four-and-a-half-year US-led occupation of Afghanistan and the fragility of the hold on the country by Washington and the puppet regime of President Hamid Karzai.


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