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Posts Tagged ‘George Bush

George W. Bush fears torture charges

December 6, 2011

Former U.S. President George W. Bush has cancelled a visit to Switzerland over fears he could have been arrested on torture charges. Mr. Bush was due to be the keynote speaker at a Jewish charity gala in Geneva on February 12. But pressure has been building on the Swiss government to arrest him and open […]

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch demand arrest of George W Bush

October 13, 2011

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch demanded the arrest and prosecution of former president George W. Bush before his appearance at an economic summit in Surrey, British Columbia on October 20th. The advocacy organizations have called on Canadian federal authorities to arrest Bush due to the “overwhelming evidence that Bush and other senior administration officials […]

Why George W. Bush and cohorts should worry

November 12, 2010

In his memoir George W. Bush admitted that he authorized that detainees be waterboarded, tortured, a crime under US and international law. Where is the accountability for these crimes? Bush and other criminals will be brought to justice if the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) […]

Mid East Christianity has suffered a terrible blow because of the Christian West

September 3, 2010

So the U.S. has withdrawn “victoriously” from Iraq, leaving behind “only” 50,000 troops. And “non combat” troops at that. First of all, there is no such thing as “non combat troops.”  It is a contradiction in terms.  It is illogical.  “Non-combat troops” is simply the latest in a long line of military euphemisms meant to […]

Tariq Aziz: “Bush and Blair lied intentionally”

August 8, 2010

The familiar black-ringed spectacles signal to the visitor that this was Tariq Aziz, Iraq’s former face to the world – Saddam Hussein’s right-hand man, his most powerful deputy, also a practicing Christian. Iraq has been through hell since Aziz was last seen in public, days before Baghdad fell in April 2003. He has been in prison seven years […]

Former IAEA Chief: Iraq War Killed “A Million Innocent Civilians”

April 3, 2010

The former head of the UN’s chief nuclear agency, Mohammed ElBaradei, said in an interview with the British newspaper Guardian that those who launched the war in Iraq were responsible for killing a million innocent people and could be held accountable under international law. He was clearly referring to US President George Bush, British Prime […]