Category: Derechos Humanos

Tel Aviv Social / Another side of Israel

Hundreds rally in Tel Aviv for gay rights law approval



Pro-gay rights activists rallied to remind the Israeli government not deviate in the final approval of legislation on gay rights laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender

Thousands demonstrate in Tel Aviv for legalization of cannabis



21 December 2013 A rally was held in Tel Aviv in support of the cannabis law to be changed in Israel. Rally participants want cannabis legalized for medical, and leisure use.


Hundreds of refugees gather for a freedom march in Tel Aviv

Hundreds of Refugees in a Freedom March in Tel Aviv called to recognition as refugees and against detaining innocent refugees in prison/pertly open prison without a trail, and protested the arrest of Refugees yesterday and a few days ago after they march to Jerusalem,

After the Supreme Court ruled that it is illegal to keep refugees in prison without a trail they were moved to partly open jail, and made a march from the south to Jerusalem, where they were allowed to protest in front of Parliament but immediately after were arrested and Netanyahu called them in parliament “infiltrators” Yesterday was an attempt to march again, and it ended in a quick arrest


George Carlin | Terrorismo de Estado


George Dennis Carlin (Nueva York, 12 de mayo de 1937 - Santa Monica, 22 de junio de 2008) fue un cómico de Stand-up Comedy, actor y figura de la contracultura, conocido sobre todo por su monólogo Siete Palabras que no se pueden decir en televisión,1 grabado en su disco de 1972 Class Clown.

Fue nominado en el segundo puesto en la lista de la red de cable Comedy Central entre los 10 comediantes stand-up más importantes, por delante de Lenny Bruce y por detrás de Richard Pryor. Fue invitado varias veces al The Tonight Show durante la era de Johnny Carson y fue también la primera persona en ser anfitrión del popular show de la TV estadounidense Saturday Night Live.

Tras haber grabado veinticinco discos, catorce especiales de la HBO, publicado cinco libros, haber participado en varias películas y protagonizado su propia serie de televisión, Carlin murió el 22 de junio del 2008 a causa de un infarto de miocardio.2



#Free Alaa Abd El-Fattah arrested #arrested

CAIRO — Egyptian security forces arrested a prominent political activist Thursday night over inciting a demonstration in defiance of a new law heavily restricting protests in the country, his family said.
The arrest of Alaa Abdel-Fattah, a blogger who rose to prominence in Egypt’s 2011 revolution, quickly dominated social media. His previous detention sparked protests against the military, which appeared likely again as recently quiet liberal and secular groups have expressed increasing alarm over the military-backed government since it enacted the new protest law this week.

Egyptian Activist Alaa Abd El Fattah Arrested — Again

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Prominent Egyptian activist and blogger Alaa Abd El Fattah was arrested in his home at approximately 10pm on Thursday, November 28. An arrest warrant was issued for Abd El Fattah this past Tuesday, following violent dispersal of protestors in Cairo. Theblogger’s father told local media he believed the arrest was made under a new laweffectively banning street protest in Egypt. At least 51 people were arrested that day, among them several prominent activists. Many were beaten and sexually harrassed.
Alaa was taken by police despite having declared that he’d deliver himself to the police on Saturday, according to a statement he made and that his aunt, renowned Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif, posted on Facebook.

Alaa Abd El-Fattah (Arabicعلاء أحمد سيف عبد الفتاح‎, IPA: [ʕæˈlæːʔ ˈæħmæd ˈseːf ʕæbdelfatˈtæːħ]; also presented in English as Alaa Abdel Fattah) is an Egyptian blogger, software developer, and political activist. He is known for co-founding along with his wife Manal Hassan, daughter of activist Bahi El-Din Hassan,[2] the Egyptian blog aggregator “Manalaa” and “Omraneya”, the first Arab blog aggregators that did not restrict inclusion based on the content of the blog.[3][4] In 2005 the “Manalaa” blog won the Special Reporters Without Borders Award in Deutsche Welle‘s Best of Blogs competition.[5] He has been active in developing Arabic-language versions of important software and platforms.[6]


Recent Posts

Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow Nabeel Rajab and Alaa Abd El-Fattah E4

Egypt’s prosecutor general has ordered a four-day detention for 24 activists arrested during protests against a new law criminalizing demonstrations without permit, media reports say.

The detained activists were accused of violating the controversial law by not obtaining a permit from the Interior Ministry, by “using force,” and by carrying knives and resisting police, according to Egyptian state news agency MENA on Wednesday. 

Cairo also issued arrest warrants for two well-known activists wanted for inciting demonstrators to organize the protest. 

Authorities are seeking to detain Ahmad Maher, the founder of the April 6 movement against former dictator Hosni Mubarak that led to 2011 revolution in the country, and Alaa Abdel Fattah, a prominent activist. 

On Tuesday, security forces used water cannons to disperse demonstrators protesting outside the upper house of the parliament in Cairo. 

The demonstrators denounced a proposed constitutional amendment allowing military courts to try civilians. 

Egypt enacted a controversial new protest law on November 24, under which the gatherings of more than 10 people require a written permit three days prior to the protest. 

The controversial anti-protest law authorizes the security forces to use tear gas, water cannons, smoke grenades, warning shots, rubber bullets, and even live ammunition against unauthorized demonstrators after issuing warnings. 

Cairo’s crackdown on protesters has drawn criticism from UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay as well as the leading human rights group, Amnesty International. 

Tensions in the North African country have been running high since the first democratically-elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was ousted following a “military coup” early in July. Hundreds have lost their lives in the ensuing violence across the country. 


Desde la sombra: EE.UU., el imperio del mal (E44)

Paul Craig Roberts (born April 3, 1939) is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and was noted as a co-founder of Reaganomics.[1] He is a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Scripps Howard News Service. He has testified before congressional committees on 30 occasions on issues of economic policy.

During the 21st century, Roberts has frequently published in Counterpunch, writing extensively about the effects of the Bush (and later Obama) administrations related to the War on Terror, which he says have destroyed the US Constitution’s protections of Americans’ civil liberties, such as habeas corpus and due process. He has taken positions different from former Republican allies, opposing the War on Drugs and the War on Terror, and criticizing Israel’s policies and actions against the Palestinians.[2]



Publicado el 18/09/2013

En 1983 el presidente Reagan se refirió a la Unión Soviética como “el Imperio del mal”. La URSS ya no existe. Pero hoy día, después de la entrevista con el Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, subsecretario del Tesoro en la Administración Reagan y padre del modelo económico que se conoce como ´reaganomía´, Daniel Estulin asume la responsabilidad de afirmar, que EE. UU. se ha convertido en “el Imperio del mal”. Irak, Libia, Afganistán, ahora Siria ¿Cuál es la gran estrategia de EE. UU. para con todo el mundo?


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USSA The Police State is Getting More Confident BUT Ends in Collapse, Paul Craig Roberts

26 July, 2013 – Discussion of how the USA has become the USSA. We are ruled by the executive branch, and it is no longer accountable, it is unconstrained by the constitution. The Police State is getting more confident, soon exposing it will have no effect…

Look for a renewed economic downturn in late 2013 as the incessant call for “newrights” diverts attention from the loss of traditional civil rights. The irony is that in an unaccountable Police State, it is the “elite” that will be completely destroyed, and they are bringing it on themselves.

These are crazy people.

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