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Brazil: Freedom Flotilla, Human Rights and Cartoon

Conceição Oliveira writes [pt] at Maria Frô blog about the Freedom Flotilla attacks. Her commentary analyzes the declarations from UN High Comissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay and is ilustrated by a Carlos Latuff's cartoon.

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  • MIKE

    During its short 62 years history Israel had fought 8 wars against its Arab neighbors. It had developed nuclear weapons and did not sign the NPT. It had used chemical and nuclear (DU) weapons against civilians. It violated many UN resolutions. It committed war crimes and many massacres against civilians. It had refused all Arab peaceful gestures and keeps threatening to attack its neighbors. It occupation and destruction of religious sites, especially Islamic, might provoke religious war in the region. Israel is the biggest threat to peace in the Middle East.
    NOW they are KILLING TURKISH CIVILIAN and TURKEY is FIRST COUNTY RECOGNIZE the state of ISRAEL and If US ever condemns ISRAEL violence act then next will be US citizens.
    What a TERRORIST state has US and British created to the world.

  • Fredy mex

    Mabe its time for every free men that still walk this earth proud to take action onto their own hands. Noticed that we clearly see where the UN and all the other international bodys stand with Israel mabe its time to say goodbye to the UN to US backing of genocide agains the arabs i am not arab i am aducated and pretty wealthy and speak 5 languages have traveld the wrold and i am currently in france and i only say that mabe it is time to end tirony.

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