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Kidnap, Torture and Guantanamo Bay for Ethiopian young man

An observer reported one man’s ordeal.


“An Ethiopian student who lived in London claims that he was brutally tortured with the involvement of British and US intelligence agencies.”

“Binyam Mohammed, 27, says he spent nearly three years in the CIA's network of 'black sites'. In Morocco he claims he underwent the strappado torture of being hung for hours from his wrists, and scalpel cuts to his chest and penis and that a CIA officer was a regular interrogator.”
All I can say about this is, when will we know the facts and the investigation results? If America does tortures, export torture, extract confession through torture, then they can extract any thing from any body. If the U.S. torture Bush he would probably confess being a member of Alqaida. Torture doesn’t help America from being strong country, if that possible Soviet Union wouldn’t have collapsed. Sending people to gulag was one reason people stacked up to put down that giant country.


It could happen to any of us. If one can’t protest against its own government, and peaceful protest made you a suspect in terrorism activity, then they might as well build many prisons for eventual arrest. One should have no fear of blackmail, torture, deportation, and death to protect ones conscious in order to live one more day with family. This trying time will pass not without people standing for truth, justice, and liberty. History will attest people who stood up and confronted tyranny are the ones that always shine. FBI put peaceful protesters in terrorism files

"During prayers in the al-Imam al-Aadam mosque in Baghdad's predominantly Sunni Arab neighborhood of Azamiyah in north Baghdad, cleric Ahmed Hassan Taha demanded that the four charity workers be released, the Associated Press reported.
'I stress on the necessity to release the four kidnapped foreigners who have helped the residents of Azamiyah," he said. "We ask those who have authority and power to do their best to release the four European people who work in Christian peace organization. In fact those activists were the first who condemned the war on Iraq.'"

Muslims in Baghdad protesting the detention of the Christian peace activist; would the Christians in America stand with Muslims the same way? Would American Christians ask their government detain Muslims suspected of terrorism have their days in court? This kind of gesture needs to come from Americans as much as from Muslims to cut down the extreme views of Bush's and Osama’s influence and lies this war is religious war. or we can go down with them participating in killings and terror.

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