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Amnesty International, Avaaz helping to kill Syrians

Amnesty International, which covered for NATO's 2011 invasion of Libya in which at least 30,000 died and another 50,000 were wounded, has also been covering for NATO's current proxy war against Syria with fabrications and distortions. Amnesty's lies can easily be seen by comparing their reports with the facts of the Syrian conflict such as which are to be found on alternate news sites such as Global Research, Veterans Today and and even a leading German newspaper.

The embedded Youtube report from the Syrian Girl shows how Amnesty and Avaaz are only demanding that the side to the conflict, which which happens to enjoy the support of the overwhelming majority of Syrians, including Christian Syrians, who face ethnic cleansing by the al-Qaeda Islamist fundamentalist insurgents, ceases violence.

Editorial comment: Another facet of the deceit against Syria, not addressed by the Syrian Girl in this broadcast, is that originating from ostensibly socialist organisations such as the British Workers Liberty group. That group supported NATO's invasion of Libya and is now campaigning for stronger NATO action against Syria. Nonetheless, this broadcast, embedded from Youtube, covers very succinctly and accurately the equivalent criminal damage that is being caused to Syria by phony human right groups.

See also: Michael Moore pushes NATO propaganda against Syria of 28 June, Young Syrian patriot fights corporate media lies against her homeland of 10 May.

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From PressTV, 24 June

An alternative news weblog, the NSNBC, cited a German journalist as saying that the German nationals are the employees of a "security firm."

The weblog report further said that the Germans were detained while attempting to smuggle arms and ammunition from a cargo vessel in the international waters off the coast of Syria.

The source added that the Germans are reportedly jailed along with over 300 other foreigners, among them Portuguese paratroopers.

No German authority has commented on the matter, yet.

Since the start of the turmoil in Syria, the smuggling of arms into the country has been on the rise.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011. The violence has claimed the lives of many people, including security forces.

Damascus blames ‘outlaws, saboteurs, and armed terrorist groups’ for the unrest, asserting that it is being orchestrated from abroad.

The West and the Syrian opposition, however, accuse the government of killing protesters.

See also: Calls for deployment of German navy against Syria of 9 June:

On June 1 the Süddeutsche Zeitung published an op-ed titled “Towards a realistic German security policy”, calling for the participation of the German navy in a military intervention in Syria.

The author, Thomas Spreckmann, associate professor of political science and sociology at Bonn University and a regular contributor to the newspapers Die Zeit and Tagesspiegel, has long called for the navy to play a central role in military interventions. ...

From PressTV, 24 June 2012

Yemeni protesters have held a demonstration in the southern city of Taizz to demand the removal of members of the regime of deposed dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh.

The demonstrators took to the streets of Taizz on Sunday, calling for the dismissal of those figures from the former regime that still hold a number of major military and political posts.

Yemenis have several times held similar demonstrations across the nation over the past weeks.

They have also been calling for the trial of Saleh and his aides for ordering the killing of protesters during the revolution that began in January 2011.

In addition, Yemeni protesters demand the restructuring of the army.

Yemen's former dictator Saleh formally stepped down and handed over power to his deputy Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi on February 27. The power transfer occurred under a Saudi-backed deal brokered by the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council in April 2011 and signed by Saleh in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on November 23, 2011.

The new Yemeni president, who is a UK-trained field marshal, was sworn in on February 25 following a single-candidate presidential election on February 21, which was supported by the United States and Saudi Arabia.

See also: Washington’s Hypocrisy over Russian Arms in Syria of 24 June 2012 by Bill Van Auken.

From PressTV, 24 June 2012

A Bahraini doctor, who was recently sentenced to one year in prison over charges of participation in anti-regime protests, has ended a four-day hunger strike.

Saeed al-Samaheeji ended the hunger strike in the capital, Manama, on Sunday.

The Bahraini doctor said he had stopped eating to “reject and object to” the verdicts of the Bahraini court of appeals.

On June 14, the court of appeals issued prison sentences against nine doctors, including Samaheeji, over charges of involvement in demonstrations against the Al Khalifa regime.

The court also acquitted nine other medical personnel.

The 18 Bahraini medical personnel are among the 20 accused doctors and nurses from the Salmaniya Medical Complex in Manama, which was stormed by regime forces in March 2011.

Bahraini judicial sources said two other personnel from the group remain at large and they did not appeal.

The 18 medical personnel have been out on bail since September 2011.

Samaheeji said the accused medical personnel “made huge efforts to save the wounded during last year’s events.”

He made the comments at a center belonging to the main opposition group, al-Wefaq, in Manama on Sunday.

Meanwhile, al-Wefaq said an anti-regime protester injured during a demonstration in a village near Manama on June 22 remained “in critical condition” in hospital.

The Bahraini opposition group stated that Ali Mohammed al-Muwali suffered a “broken skull which was caused by a direct hit by a bullet” when he was “surrounding Sheikh Ali Salman,” the al-Wefaq leader.

Salman also sustained rubber bullet injuries “in his shoulder and back” during the June 22 demonstration in the village of Bilad al-Qadeem, about four kilometers (2.5 miles) west of the capital.

Anti-government protests continue in Bahrain despite the regime’s violent crackdown.

Bahraini demonstrators hold King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa responsible for the killing of protesters during the uprising that began in February 2011.

See also:

NATO War Council To Target Syria

- by Rick Rozoff - 2012-06-26
The U.S. and NATO have been itching for a pretext to attack Syria, and Turkey, the only NATO member to border the country, has always been the pretext which would be employed to justify military action against the Arab nation.

SYRIA: Cold War II, Edging Closer to a "Hot War"?
Turkish Jet Flying 100 Meters above the Water 1 Mile from Syrian Coast
- by Washington's Blog - 2012-06-26

See also: Michael Moore pushes NATO propaganda against Syria of 28 June.

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