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USA: Military Tribunals Violate Basic Rights (part 1 of 2)

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IHRC is deeply concerned at the Executive Order on the Detention, Treatment, and Trial of Certain Non-Citizens in the War Against Terrorism issued by President George W. Bush on 13th November 2001.

Emergency Legislation Violates Human Rights Standards

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Home Secretary David Blunkett is taking steps to introduce emergency legislation as a result of the atrocities of September 11. The Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill includes measures to detain terrorist suspects indefinitely without trial.

A Brief Chronology of the Marks & Spencer - Israel Relationship

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Marks & Spencer (M&S) was founded in 1884 by a Russian Jewish refugee Michael Marks. Since then, the UK-based firm has been linked inextricably to Zionism.

The Killing in Kashmir and the Terrorism Act 2000

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A suicide bomber carried out a car bomb attack on Christmas Day in Srinagar in Indian-occupied Kashmir, killing 10 people including six Indian soldiers and three Kashmiri students. According to the BBC (28 December), the suicide bomber is rumoured to have

Islamophobia in Papua New Guinea

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This paper is an analysis of the briefing document representing "the combined voice of the leaders and Pastors of major Christian denominations in PNG”, produced by them at the request of Papua New Guinea's Minister for Youth, Religion a

Palestine Briefing for MPs, Part 1

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The current crisis in Palestine has often been characterised as one of parity between parties. The impression has been given that the violence "between Palestinians and Israelis” has been mutual. However, independent international observers h

Briefing for Commonwealth Ministers: Human Rights & Religious Minorities in Papua New Guinea

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Home Affairs Minister of PNG, Andrew Kumbakor has stated that his ministry is in the process of drafting legislation 'to apply control measures' to non-Christian religions. Whilst the main target of such legislation is Islam, such legislation … [MISSING TEXT]

Briefing: 'The Siege'

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The Islamic Human Rights Commission is deeply concerned that yet another Hollywood movie depicting (practising) Muslims as terrorists is to be released in Britain this week.

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