'Promoting human dignity and security' - UAE Prison

Al-Wathab Central Jail

Posted by admin February 27, 2011, under Human Rights, Injustice, Jail, UAE, UAE Government, United Arab Emirates, Victims | No Comments

After my imprisonment in Al-Wathba where I was beaten drugged and starved on a daily basis for 4 months I have put together a small team of underground workers whereby we can help those currently detained under this horrific regime of undetermined Sharia Law and the prison confines. Please contact me if you need any [...]

UAE:Human rights defender Mr Hasan Mohammed Hasan Al Hammadi detained

Posted by admin February 8, 2011, under Human Rights, Injustice, UAE, UAE Government, United Arab Emirates | No Comments

UAE: Human rights defender Mr Hasan Mohammed Hasan Al Hammadi detained 07 Feb, 2011, United Arab Emirates On Friday evening the 4th of Feb 2011, the UAE State Security has arrested UAE human rights defender Hasan Mohammed Hasan Al Hammadi from his house in the city of Khor Fakkhan. Front Line has received information suggesting [...]

UN Rights Chief Says ‘Change System’ in Egypt

Posted by admin February 2, 2011, under Human Rights, Injustice | No Comments

UN rights chief says ‘change system’ in Egypt GENEVA — 01 Feb, 2011 In a statement on Tuesday, The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay quoted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights saying people must be protected from abuses “if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, [...]

NRIs seek ‘absentee voting facility’

NRIs seek ‘absentee voting facility’  Sunday, Oct 31, 2010 Special Correspondent, The Hindu HYDERABAD: People for Lok Satta (PFL), a US-based organisation of Non-Resident Indians, launched a campaign to persuade the Indian Government and Parliament to extend ‘absentee voting facility for NRIs’. Lok Satta leader Subhashini coordinating with the Global NRI Voting Rights Campaign team, [...]

Shocking facts about the United Arab Emirates (UAE)

It’s really worth looking into the matter. Here in this case, the UAE authority cowardly committed cruelty and discrimination against a victim of police brutality. On the other hand, both the courts in Abu Dhabi, including Supreme Court, the legal court of appeal, were fully satisfied and praised the conduct of the victim throughout the [...]

UAE killing fields of Loliondo

Posted by admin October 23, 2009, under Human Rights, India, UAE, UAE Government, United Arab Emirates | No Comments

Twilight is swift near the equator. As the cloud castles on the western horizon turn a tandoori red, the children are hurrying the goats into the thorn enclosure that keeps them from the leopards. A Masai elder passes on the path up the hill, striding easily into the slope. His purple plaid wraps him from [...]

India-UAE Extradition Treaty

Posted by admin October 20, 2009, under Human Rights, India, Injustice, Jail, UAE, UAE Government, United Arab Emirates, Victims | No Comments

Jabir P.K. (Source: A representation submitted by Jabir P.K., to the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India on Nov.28, 1997) A bilateral extradition treaty is on the anvil with the Government of India and United Arab Emirates (UAE). At this juncture, this article is relevant and throws some light on its consequent repercussions. It [...]

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