Monday, April 17, 2017
When he said this to media, there was 171 detained political prisoner in one Ghost House in Khartoum, less than a quarter of a mile from his office where the infamous Citibank Ghost House is located
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Saturday, January 02, 2016
The page documented so far six Ghost Houses, i.e. Torture Centers as follows:
Sunday, October 18, 2015
Remembering the late Dr. Ali Fadul who died under torture and some of his colleagues who were embedded with the Islamists fabricated his death certificate to look as if was due to malaria....
Physicians for Human Rights Welcomes Effort to Improve U.S. Military’s Guidelines for Health Professionals The Constitution Project has issued a letter outlining recommendations about how to eliminate the participation of health professionals in interrogations and forced-feedings, which include:
- Physicians should not be involved in abusive practices, including participating in, being present for, condoning, or facilitating torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment.
- Physicians should not be directly involved in interrogation, including conducting, participating in, or monitoring interrogation.
- Physicians must maintain the confidentiality of medical information and not provide medical information for use in torture; cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment; or any interrogation.
- Physicians must not treat prisoners for the purpose of returning them to interrogation; torture; or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment.
- Physicians must report torture, abuse, or coercive treatments including those related to interrogation.
The American Psychological Association (APA) issued a strong statement back in July condemning any of its members who participate in torture.
- Physicians must have clinical independence in treating detainees.
A very important article by Arthur Levin in this regard was published back in 2007 (see below)
Sunday, September 20, 2015
سماحة الشيخ الدكتور حسن الترابي في شهادة للتاريخعن عنصرية الجنرال عمر البشير ....الجنرال البشير يتلاعب هنا على مخزون العقل الجمعي لقبيلة الجعليين وما أرتكبته مليشيات محمود ود أحمد التعايشي من جرائم ضد الإنسانية بأسر وأستباحة نساء قبيلة الجعليين (أغتصابهم) وتحويلهم لسبايا وملك يمين ............وتنزعجون الآن لأفعال داعش !! داعش انحنا عشناها من زمممممممممان !!ولا حول ولا قوة إلا باللهPosted by Salah Al Bander on Sunday, September 14, 2014
Saturday, September 05, 2015
We call on you to release Mr. Waleed Aldod Almaki Alhussain
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Friday, February 06, 2015
it clearly shows that the torturers of the NISS (National Intelligence Security Services) of the Islamists continue to practice the same methods of torture they introduced since 1989.
The government of Sudan continued to ignore calls for investigation as it was clearly mentioned in the خطاب المنظمات غير الحكومية حول وضع حقوق الإنسان في السودان في الجلسة الـ27 لمجلس حقوق الإنسان
"أخفقت السلطات في التحقيق بشأن ادعاءات حول تعرض الأشخاص الذين تم اعتقالهم للتعذيب وأشكال أخرى من المعاملة اللاإنسانية والمهينة"
Untile we are able to include the 12pp. report, here is another short testimony published by عاين electronic network
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Well, it took the Senate Committee (thanks to Sen. Feinstein) more than 5 years to finish its investigation and produce a strong indictment of the CIA in this regard... Thanks to President Obama continued to condemn this practice since he was a Senator, Presidential Candidate, and in the first day of his presidency.
1. The C.I.A.’s interrogation techniques were more brutal and employed more extensively than the agency portrayed.
2. The C.I.A. interrogation program was mismanaged and was not subject to adequate oversight.
3. The C.I.A. misled members of Congress and the White House about the effectiveness and extent of its brutal interrogation techniques.
4. Interrogators in the field who tried to stop the brutal
techniques were repeatedly overruled by senior CIA officials
5. The C.I.A. repeatedly underreported the number of people it detained and subjected to harsh interrogation techniques under the program.
- C.I.A. director “instructed me to keep the detainee number at 98” (Page 15)
6. At least 26 detainees were wrongfully held and did not meet the government’s standard for detention.The report found that at least 26 detainees “were wrongfully held,” including an “intellectually challenged” man who was used as “leverage” to obtain information from a family member, two former intelligence sources and two individuals identified as threats by a detainee subjected to torture. Agency records were often incomplete and, in some cases, lacked sufficient information to justify keeping detainees in custody.