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New York Times: Outcry Over Susiya Nothing but Clever PR

By Barbara Erickson 

Susiya, a West Bank village under threat of demolition, has now made it into the pages of The New York Times news section, and we are permitted a view of how Israel wants us to see this disturbing story: All the fuss about Susiya is little more than the result of clever marketing on the part of the villagers.

Thus we find a story today by Diaa Hadid titled (in the online version) How a Palestinian Hamlet of 340 Drew Global Attention.” This primes readers from the start to expect a tale of simple villagers who devised a winning media strategy, and it distracts from the real issue, which is nothing less than ethnic cleansing: Susiya is to be destroyed to make way for Jewish settlers.

High in her story Hadid writes, in a telling phrase, that “the cause of [this] tiny village” has become “outsized,” in other words overblown, as if Susiya, with its population of 300 or so, is not worth the fuss.

The village first got notice when “sympathetic” foreigners visited Susiya some 20 years ago and took up its cause, Hadid states. By that time the residents had been forced out of their original homes and were living near the centuries-old site that had belonged to their ancestors.

Jewish settlers had taken over the original village in 1986, she writes, and Israeli forces made them move on again them in 1990 “for unknown reasons.” They were expelled once more in 2001, according to Hadid, “as collective punishment over the shooting death of a Jewish settler.”

Her story omits a crucial detail: The authorities knew that the villagers were innocent of the killing but used the incident as an excuse to harass the Susiya residents once more. The Times account leaves the impression that a Susiya resident was responsible for the settler’s death.

Hadid quotes a staff member of B’Tselem, an Israeli rights group, who notes that residents “have managed to place Susiya on the international agenda in ways that other villages have not managed to do,” and her story goes on to say that “years of advocacy appeared to pay off when Susiya’s residents began warning early this month that their village was under threat.”

As a result, the story reports, Susiya received visits from a European Union delegation, Israeli activists and American consular officials. Then, a week ago, the U.S. State Department mentioned Susiya in a press briefing and urged Israel to spare the village.

The Times story suggests that Susiya has received this backing because of its skill in winning attention, and by imposing this angle on the story, the newspaper is attempting to divert readers from the real issues at play: the fact that Israel’s treatment of the villagers is blatantly racist and defies the norms of international and humanitarian law.

Also missing is the context of occupation and dispossession that is crushing Susiya and other villages. Hadid fails to give any sense of this. She writes only that activists have used the village as a symbol of how Israel “has sought to maintain control over large parts of the occupied West Bank.”

We find the word “occupied” here, as usual in Times reporting, but it is devoid of meaning. Readers do not hear that the West Bank is Palestinian territory; that Israel is there as an invading military force; and that the settlements violate international law, which forbids an occupying power from transferring its own population into the foreign territory.

The Times story makes no reference to international law, but it does quote an Israeli military spokesman who says Susiya “was built illegally.” Thus Hadid emphasizes the pretext of legality Israel draws over its defiance of international norms while she ignores the flagrant breaches of the Geneva Convention and other standards.

Readers can pick up some revealing details in the story: the ousted villagers’ descriptions of sleeping outside “in the wild, in the rain,” the fact that they can no longer access two- thirds of their original land because of the settlers, the expectation that if Susiya goes, other vulnerable villages will also fall to Israel’s greed for Palestinian land.

But the story glosses over these details to present the Susiya’s case as above all a successful publicity effort. The Times would have us believe that the real story here is how the village became an “outsized” international cause, through “years of advocacy.”

Susiya is just one of many villages in Israel’s Negev and in the occupied West Bank where Israel is determined to ethnically cleanse certain areas of their indigenous inhabitants and install Jewish residents in their place. Times readers are finally learning about Susiya only because international attention has forced the newspaper to acknowledge the issue.

The village should have been known to readers long before now, just as they should also know of dozens more facing annihilation:Al AraqibUmm Al Kher and Khirbet Yarza, to name just a few. In the South Hebron Hills alone, where Susiya is located, some 30 villages are faced with demolition.

But even now the Times can’t just tell the story of a village nearly helpless under the weight of Israeli might, a community faced with extinction after centuries of living on the land. Instead we find an effort to play down the tragedy, to present it as an overblown cause, not really worth our concern.

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Afghanistan: India Undermines Regional Stability


By Sajjad Shaukat

Waging a prolonged war in Afghanistan, the US and other NATO countries have realized that

after the withdrawal of foreign troops, Afghanistan would be thrown in an era of uncertainly and

civil war. They recognize the fact and terrorism or stability in Pakistan and Afghanistan is

interrelated. Therefore, US-led developed nations which also spent billions of dollars for the

development of Afghanistan have repeatedly agreed that without Islamabad’s help, stability

cannot be achieved there. Unfortunately, India does not intend see peace in that country and is

undermining regional stability by creating unrest in Afghanistan and some other countries, and

by sabotaging their cordial relations.

It is notable that on the direction of Pakistan’s Chief of Army Stafff General Raheel Sharif,

country’s superior intelligence agency, ISI done hard to bring the Afghan Taliban factions to the

negotiating table to conduct talks with the Afghan government. In this regard, Pakistan Foreign

Office said, “A meeting hosted by Pakistan between the Afghan High Peace Council (HPC), the body tasked with opening negotiations and Tehreek-e-Taliban Afghanistan representatives in Murree (On July 8, this year)-an Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation process-the representatives of China and the USA also participated in the meeting. The participants expressed their collective desire to bring peace to Afghanistan and the region-agreed to continue talks through the next meetings.”

India which has been making attempts to foil the dialogue between the Afghan rulers and the

Afghan Taliban is creating an impression that some groups like Haqqani outfit did not take part

in the new talks. While, the US, China and Pakistan are jointly working to facilitate the process

so as to bring peace both in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the whole region.

In fact, New Delhi is destabilizing the regional countries in general and Afghanistan and

Pakistan in particular. In order to obtain its secret designs, aimed at augmenting Indian

hegemony in the region, India is foiling the peace process between Afghanistan and Pakistan by

managing terrorist attacks like the recent assaults in both the countries.

In this respect, former Chief of Indian secret agency RAW, Amarjit Singh Dulat disclosed on

June 4, this year that Indian intelligence agencies have over the years paid money to militants

and separatists in the Indian occupied-Kashmir and Pakistan.

However, the statement of RAW chief is not surprising, as recently, Indian Defence Minister,

Manohar Parrikar and even its Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi openly confirmed assistance

to anti-Pakistan elements including separation of East Pakistan.

It is mentionable that Indian former Army Chief Gen. VK Singh also confessed that during his

tenure, he supervised special army unit, Tactical Support Division (TSD) on the instructions of

the then defence minister to sponsor subversive activities in Pakistan, particularly Balochistan.

These blatant admissions clearly prove that New Delhi has been sponsoring worse kinds of

terrorism inside Pakistan by promoting sub-nationalists. New Delhi has been exploiting these

entities locally and abroad as proxies against Pakistan.

Nevertheless, Indian RAW has well-established its network in Afghanistan, and is fully assisting

cross-border incursions and terror-activities in various regions of Pakistan through Baloch

separatist elements and anti-Pakistan groups like Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA), Jundullah

and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) including their affiliated outfits. They also abducted and

killed many Chinese and Iranian nationals. On a number of occasions, these insurgent groups

claimed responsibility for their acts of sabotage.

RAW is making efforts to weaken Afghanistan, Tibetan regions of China and Pakistan,

especially Balochistan by arranging the subversive activities, promoting acrimonious sense of

dissent, political volatility, sectarian violence and arousing sentiments of separatism.

It is notable that New Delhi which has already invested billion of dollars in Afghanistan, also

signed a wide-ranging strategic agreement with that country on October 5, 2011. And, the then

President Hamid Karzai had also signed another agreement with India to obtain Indian arms and

weapons. While, under the cover of these agreements, India has further strengthened its grip in

Afghanistan. By taking advantage of lawlessness in Afghanistan, India is up to its usual tirade to

foment an environment by conducting terrorist attacks in that country to prove that Pakistan is

creating trouble for Afghanistan.

It is worth-mentioning that Gen. Raheel accompanied by the DG of ISI went to Kabul on

December 17, 2014. During his meeting with his Afghan counterpart, President Ashraf Ghani

and the ISAF commander, he presented the evidence of linkage between the massacre of children

at Peshawar school and TTP sanctuaries in Afghanistan. He also asked about action against the

TTP and handing over of its chief Mullah Fazlullah to Pakistan.

In response, Afghan government and US has started taking action against the TTP. A number of

TTP militants have been captured in Afghanistan, while Fazlullah survived in a drone attack.

Meanwhile, Washington has also designated Mullah Fazullah as a global terrorist and seized his

Now, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani realized that Afghanistan and Pakistan are facing similar

challenges of terrorism and will combat this threat collectively. On May 18, 2015, the two

countries signed the security agreement—Pakistan’s ISI and Afghanistan’s National Directorate

of Security (NDS) to share intelligence and conduct coordinated operations against terrorists.

And, frequent visits of Pak-Afghan civil and military leaders to each other’s country also irritate

Nonetheless, Indian desperation in Afghanistan is increasing in the backdrop of growing

engagements of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and US.

Besides, New Delhi is trying to sabotage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Recent

terror-attacks in Pakistan and Balochistan might be noted as example. In this connection, Indian

backed Baloch secessionists have been directed to step up their activities on the CPEC project.

Indian RAW has created a heavily funded China-Pakistan specific desk to target growing Pak-

China-Afghanistan relations.

If India continues its shrewd diplomacy, negative virtues of Afghan political and bureaucratic

circles would not yield any positive effects regarding peace and stability of Afghanistan. Their

efforts to create mistrust between Islamabad and Kabul are condemnable, as it also amounts to

degrade and sabotage the global efforts of achieving peace and stability in the region.

Instead of criticizing the improving relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan, Hamid Karzai

should help in resolving the irritants which he failed to address during his era of presidency.

High profile visits between Islamabad and Kabul would address the issue of cross-border

militancy. They should discuss the failure of Afghan government to hand over of terrorist

Fazlullah to Pakistan and better border management, which are direly needed for stable and

secure environment. A harmonized Pak-Afghan relationship is the guarantee to draw maximum

economic benefits for the future generations, and Pakistan is keen to see return of peace to

Recent Pakistan-Afghanistan rapprochement-initiatives along with evolving Chinese role in

Afghanistan for peace, economic and political developments of Afghanistan are viewed as

positive steps with regional assurance. All the existing ethnic groups of Afghanistan are now

stakeholders in the governance of country.

Afghan Government is also responsible for early repatriation and rehabilitation of Afghan

refugees, languishing in Pakistan. So, this issue must be resolved on priority.

Returning to our earlier discussion, India is weary of growing cooperation among Afghanistan,

China and Pakistan. To hinder this trilateral cooperation, New Delhi is clearly bent upon creating

unfavourable situation through her proxies by targeting China, Pakistan and Afghanistan. And

Pakistan seeks stability in Afghanistan, which is essential for both the countries including China,

Iran, US-led western countries and other regional states. But, India wants instability in

Afghanistan, which favours its clandestine aims. Hence, India is undermining regional stability

by applying secret diplomacy.

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Zio-Wahhabi Jeish al-Islam Supports Turkish Airstrikes on Northern Syria

Jeish al-Islam Supports Turkish Airstrikes on Northern Syria
Zio-Wahhabi  Jeish al-Islam Takfiri terrorist group fighting against the Syrian government in a statement voiced support for the Turkish military invasion of Northern Syria.

Zio-Wahhabi Jeish al-Islam’s statement came after the Turkish jets bombarded several regions in Northern Syria on Friday on the pretext of hitting ISIL’s positions.

“We warn against the threat of ISIL and PKK terrorist groups; as the Turkish government is responding to aggressions against it people, we also declare our full solidarity and support for Turkey,” part of Jeish al-Islam’s statement read.

Zionist Mossad agent Zahran Aloush, Jeish al-Islam leader, visited Turkey in late April and media reports disclosed at the time that his visit marked a new era in cooperation between Jeish al-Islam and Turkey.

Meantime, Islam Aloush, Jeish al-Islam’s spokesman, said that the ISIL and PKK are trying to take revenge from Turkey.

C.I.A puppet Ordogan air force attacked the ISIL positions in Syria and Kurdish PKK militants in Northern Iraq on Friday night.

Turkish Prime Minister C.I.A puppet Ahmet Davutoglu said that 590 suspected ISIL and PKK members had been arrested.

This follows a week which saw a bomb attack blamed on ISIL which killed 32 people in the Turkish town of Suruc.

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Saudi Wahhabi Regime to Pay for Crimes in Yemen

Iran's Judiciary Chief: Saudi Regime to Pay for Crimes in Yemen
Iranian Judiciary Chief Sadeq Amoli Larijani strongly condemned the Zio-Wahhabi regime’s massacre of the Yemeni people, and said that the Riyadh government will surely pay a heavy price for its crimes in Yemen.

“The Saudis must know that they should be accountable for their crimes sooner or later; it is not so that if they launch air strikes for a while it will always remain the same,” Amoli Larijani said, addressing a weekly meeting of high-ranking judiciary officials in Tehran on Sunday.

He blasted Riyadh officials for their fledgling moves and policies, saying that the Zio-Wahhabi regime imagined that they could seize Yemen in six days, but they failed.

“The Saudis should stop making mistakes and abandon their crimes against humanity,” Iran’s judiciary chief added.

Earlier today, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham censured Saudi Zio-Wahhabi bombardment of residential areas in Yemen, and asked international organizations, specifically the United Nations (UN), to take urgent steps to back the Yemeni civilians against these attacks.

Afkham rapped the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi air strikes on residential areas in Yemen’s Ta’iz which resulted in the death and injury of 130 civilians, and said that “air strikes on residential areas and killing innocent people, especially women and children, is a violation of the international principles of the international law.”

“Unceasing strikes on Yemen will fuel extremism and increase activities of terroristic groups such as the al-Qaeda,” she said.

IsraHell and Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime has been striking Yemen for 123 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Zio-Wahhabi claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi Zio-Wahhabi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.

The Monarchy’s attacks have so far claimed the lives of at least 5,310 civilians, mostly women and children.


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Iran Warns Bahrain to Avoid Blame Game

Iran Warns Bahrain to Avoid Blame Game
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham on Sunday rejected Zionist puppet Bahraini regime claims against Tehran as unfounded allegations, and warned the Manama government to avoid stirring tension in the region.

Afkham said the claims levelled against Iran by the Bahraini interior and foreign ministries are baseless allegations repeatedly raised against Iran, and added, “The Bahraini government clearly intends to stir tension in the region through repeating unfounded accusations.”

Yet, the spokeswoman said “such unconstructive methods would not undermine the serious will and demand of the Islamic Republic of Iran to continue its responsible and confidence-building regional policies which focus on joint regional cooperation, specially against such threats as extremism and terrorism”.

She further reminded the Manama government that leveling accusations against Iran is of no more use and efficiency, “and the Bahraini officials had better revise their methods instead of projecting the blame” on others.

Zionist puppet Bahrain’s interior ministry claimed on Saturday it had foiled an arms smuggling plot by two Bahrainis with ties to Iran, while its foreign ministry announced the recall of its ambassador to Tehran for consultations after what it said were repeated hostile Iranian statements.

The regime made the announcements on the eve of a trilateral tour of several Persian Gulf Arab states by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif aimed at calming tensions following a historic nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.

Iran denies interfering in Bahrain, although it has repeatedly asked its tiny Persian Gulf neighbour to pay heed to the demands raised by its oppressed population majority.

The Zionist puppet Bahraini regime has been suppressing peaceful demonstrations by anti-government protesters across Bahrain since mid-February 2011.

Violence against the defenceless people escalated after a Saudi Zio-Wahhabi led conglomerate of police, security and military forces from the C.I.A puppet Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) member states – Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar – were dispatched to the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom on March 2011, to crack down on peaceful protesters for the Manama regime.

So far, hundreds of protesters have been killed, hundreds have gone missing and thousands of others have been injured by the Bahraini and Saudi Zio-Wahhabi soldiers. Thousands of people, including opposition party and religious leaders as well as renowned human rights activists, have been arrested while hundreds more have been sent to exile. All international human rights bodies have condemned the Al-Khalifa  Zionist puppet regime for exercising extreme violence against peaceful protests.


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FBI Chief on why agents should visit the Holocaust museum ”VIDEO”

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The fact that the FBI makes all of its agents visit the “Holocaust” museum tells you everything you need to know about who runs America.

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Rouhani Calls on US Officials to Quit Language of Threat against Iran

Rouhani Calls on US Officials to Quit Language of Threat against Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blasted the US officials’ recent statements against Tehran after the country and the world powers reached a nuclear agreement in Vienna on July 14, calling on them to give up the bad habit of threatening Iran.

President Rouhani’s remarks came after US State Secretary John Kerry threatened to use military action against Tehran if it failed to respect a historic nuclear deal sealed on 14 July.

“The US should know that it has no other option but respecting Iran and showing modesty towards the country and saying the right thing,” President Rouhani said, addressing a large crowd of people in the Western city of Sanandaj on Sunday.

The Iranian president pointed to the Americans’ catch phrase “all options are on the table” used by the US officials, and called on “the US officials and statesmen to decide to make changes in their political room; the table they are talking about has broken legs.”

He said that Iran will continue its path to get rid of the (western) sanctions.

President Rouhani said by resolving the nuclear issues, Iran proved that the problems can be resolved in a rational manner, adding, “Our status is so high now that it has shown to the entire world that they cannot make the Iranian nation surrender through pressures, threats and sanctions.”

Iran and the six world powers held several rounds of talks in Geneva, Lausanne and Vienna before striking a final agreement in Vienna on July 14 to end a 13-year-old nuclear standoff.

After the agreement, the UN Security Council on Monday unanimously endorsed a draft resolution turning into international law the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) reached between Iran and the 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) group of countries over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

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Jewish Nazi Far-right won’t apologize for calling Muhammad a pig



Nazi Jewish racist Aviya Morris, who spat on Arab MK in 2012, says she was taunted, insulted nonstop before Thursday’s incident

ed note–just a little reminder as to just WHO is the primary instigator of all the anti-Islamic poison that is now engulfing the world in war and misery, as well as the fact that despite all their moralizing and lecturing others on the virtues of ‘tolerance’ and ‘respect for others’ that at the end of the day, he Jews as a group hate anything that is ‘goyische’ in its disposition, whether it Mohammed, Jesus, etc.

Imagine anyone of any stripe engaging in the same kind of rhetoric with regards to the ‘sacred cows’ held in high esteem by the Jews, be it Herzl, Anne Frank, Sarah Silverman, etc.

As always, it is important to remember one of the many protocols collectively making up the ‘Golden Rule’ as pertains these particular creatures, which is that there is one standard for them and another one entirely different for the rest of us. 

Times of Israel

A far-right radical Israeli who was filmed last week shouting “Muhammad was a pig” at Muslims in the Old City of Jerusalem defended her actions on Sunday, refusing to apologize or recognize that her comments had exacerbated tensions and even caused riots.

Aviya Morris, 20, of the West Bank settlement of Shiloh, told Channel 2 TV that she couldn’t remain silent in the face of the abuse hurled at her by Palestinian demonstrators.

“They wouldn’t stop insulting us” during and after a visit to the Temple Mount, Morris said, referring to the Muslim women who congregate on the Temple Mount and verbally abuse Jewish worshipers.

“They didn’t stop offending our feelings and those of Jews. At some point, after more than an hour of taunts and insults, I decided to respond after things reached a climax,” Morris said Sunday of her visit Thursday to the Temple Mount, a site holy to both Jews and Muslims.

Morris is a member of a religious right-wing group known as “Returning to the Mount,” which advocates Jewish sovereignty on the Temple Mount and the construction of a third Jewish Temple on the site. Her personal Facebook page features a link to a website memorializing outlawed ultra-nationalist Kach party leader Meir Kahane, who was assassinated in 1990.

Jews consider the Temple Mount, formerly the site of the two Temples, to be Judaism’s holiest site. Muslims believe that the compound — which today houses the al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock, known in Arabic as the Holy Sanctuary — is the third-holiest site in Islam.

Morris said that she and a group of Jewish women went onto the Temple Mount on Thursday and, throughout their visit, were harangued by Muslim women. The women, she said, “shouted and surrounded us — they called ‘Slaughter the Jews,’ and ‘God is great’ [in Arabic].”

A video showing Morris telling the Muslim women that “Muhammad is a pig” went viral among Palestinians on social media, and the furious responses led to some minor clashes with Israeli police officers following Friday prayers on the Temple Mount. Additional clashes took place Sunday, after more than 1,200 Jews visited the Temple Mount.

In 2012, Morris spat at Arab MK Ahmad Tibi during a debate at Bar-Ilan University, and in 2013 was arrested on suspicion of involvement in vandalizing Jerusalem’s Monastery of the Cross. Vandals spray-painted “price tag,” “Happy Hanukkah, victory for the Maccabees” and “Jesus — son of a whore” on a wall of the monastery. She was later released without being charged.

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Texas Cop Places Woman in Chokehold for Video Recording


Posted by: Carlos Miller

A Texas cop placed a woman in a chokehold because she was video recording some type of police activity in the parking lot of what appears to be a fast food restaurant after she refused to provide identification.

It started when Corpus Christi Sergeant J.E. Lockhart stormed up to Lanessa Espinosa, who was standing a good distance away from the investigation, accusing her of interfering – after a nearby cop from another agency accused her of being a “jailhouse lawyer.”

“There is a probable cause for us to be out here,” Lockhart said. “I want to know who you are, so I’m requesting your ID. You fail to ID, I’m going to take you into jail. And that’s law.”

“What’s my charge?

“You’re not being charged with anything.”

“Then I don’t have to show you my ID, sir.”

“You’re involved in an investigation. You want to interfere with an investigation, you’re going to jail for interfering with a police officer in performance of his investigation. Do you understand that? DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT?”

Espinosa understood that Lockhart was out of line, so she said she was in fear for her safety and took a step back, which was when another cop placed her in a chokehold.

Espinosa turned the camera on herself as she was getting chokehold by the cop from the other agency, whose agency has not been determined because Corpus Christi runs into four counties and I haven’t been able to make the patch out.

That cop then turned her over to Lockhard, who handcuffed her.

Espinosa has not responded for comment from PINAC over the incident, but public records show she was not arrested.

Contact info for the Corpus Christi police chief below:

Police Chief
Floyd Simpson

001- 361-886-2600

UPDATE: Espinosa responded to PINAC, saying she shot two previous videos, including the one below as well as another one she was forced to delete by the cop in the tan uniform. Below is her description of the events.

To sum up everything a fight broke out and the cop in tan came out and I stayed recording. He was on his radio calling CCPD and started asking for my I.D. I told him I was not involved with the situation just recording. He continually asked for my I.D. and I start recording. I recorded in 3 sections due to video length and time. The same officer that put me in a choke hold had also threatened to shoot me for not giving my I.D. the video that is posted is part 3. I still have part 2. As for part 1, after I was arrested for failure to I.D. I was put in a cop car. The arresting officer then went to go finish his investigation. No one else was arrested or even “detained” for the fight. I was the only one arrested. I was told the only way I would be released its if I deleted the video. So I deleted the 1st video because I was honestly scared for my safety. They released me and told me I was lucky and should be great full that I’m not going to jail.

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UN lists 3,200 children arrested in Egypt since 2013 coup


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The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has said in a report that the arbitrary detention of minors by Zionist puppet Abdel Fattah al-Sisi regime is “systematic and widespread.” published the findings of the report on Friday.

According to the working group, 3,200 children have been arrested since the end of June 2013, when the military carried out a coup against the first ever freely-elected Egyptian President, Mohamed Morsi. The UN claims that minors have been tortured inside state detention Camps. Around 800 are still in prison, it reports, 200 of whom are in the Central Security Camp in Banha, north of Cairo.

“These minors are subject to ill treatment, including physical torture and sexual violence,” the report points out. “ They are prevented from having any visits.

The working group called on the Egyptian authorities to release all of the detained minors and compensate them proportionally for the harm they have suffered.

The report was produced following a complaint to the UN Working Group by Al-Karama, a Geneva-based, independent human rights organisation.


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