International Day in Support of Victims of Torture 2023 is on Monday, June 26, 2023: This article ruined my day, what do you think?
Monday, June 26, 2023 is International Day in Support of Victims of Torture 2023.
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Didn't Egypt have a revolution to get rid of such behavior? Geez... they just don't get a break.
I wouldn't say it ruined my day, but it's definitely depressing. Hopefully Amnesty International and/or other organizations will get rid of such enforced ideals.
Edit: So, thumbs down for supporting woman's right? Uh... nothing I said was explicitly Zionist, so can some one explain why I have thumbs down for saying that Egypt should get rid of this form of torture? Or do y'all actually support it?
Who do you support.Palestinians,or Israeli?
well there is no doubt that I support Palestinians because supporting a government which kills many people and stoles others land is not humanitarian at all. Israel is governed by a group of Zionists and settlers. There is only a country called Palestine and there is not a country with the name of Israel but a torturing group which is using as fuel for its existence the Palestinians blood.
Israel = terrorism because its army kills and arrests children and women without any reason
Hundreds of Palestinian children are arrested, interrogated, and imprisoned by the Israeli army each year, according to the Defence for Children International/Palestine Section (DCI/PS)
Many of those children fall victim to “forced labor in which they must work at least eight hours a day for a few shekels,” stated an article on uruknet.info.
Even wounded political detainees are forced to work. “I had a broken bone but the soldiers forced me out of my cell to work anyway, without any consideration for the pain,” a former prisoner said.
There are more than 375 Palestinian prisoners in the Telmond Prison, most of whom are children.
The child laborers are given only two meals per day; one at 11:00 pm and another at 6:00 am.
A government which is based on torture and inhuman acts can not be supported.
Does the United States engage in torture?
It appears that we did.
It also appears that we could in the future. Despite congressional efforts for oversight in the past that have been thwarted - oversight is again being left to the Executive branch alone.