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GMD Memorial Essay, October 2010: Hebron Massacre by Meherun Nessa Khanom

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The Hebron Massacre took place on 25, February 1994, during fajr (dawn) prayer in the holy month of Ramadan.

Briefing note - Bahrain

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Bahraini government has launches an inexorable wave of repression against civil society groups in advance of the scheduled 23rd October 2010 parliamentary and municipal elections.

GMD Memorial Essay, September 2010: Darfur by Seyfeddin Kara

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The atrocities that people of Darfur have long been facing captured the attention of the international community.

Open letter to Khalifa bin Sulman Al Khalifa, prime minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

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Dr. Alsingace's mother and other activists IHRC demands the release of human rights activist Abduljalil Al-Singace and other detainees.

GMD Essay, August 2010: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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Hajira Qureshi looks at the impact of the detonation of the first atomic bombs in Japan and the resultant genocide.

Ghassan Elashi, and the HLF, hostages to Zionism in the USA

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Ghassen Elashi (c) with the Holy Land 5An overview of the case of Ghassan Elashi and his four co-defendants in the Holy Land Five case in the US.

IHRC objects to the use of nude body scanners - Open Letter to UK government

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An open letter to the Secretray of State for Transport in the UK.

GMD Essay, July 2010: “SREBRENICA: The Call for Justice” by Arzu Merali

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_46602022_apsrebrenicacry“Every day of this war has seen the most unspeakable atrocities committed against ordinary civilians.” Arzu Merali speaks of heartaching strory of the Srebrenica massacre.

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