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    Tariq Ba Odah Injustice

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    There is a great amount of injustices are happening all around us as we speak and we are aware of maybe half of them. For example, In America you have to have been charged with a crime to be in prison. Tariq Ba Odah has been imprisoned since 2002 without charge. Many changes have occurred since his arrest, police injustice towards him, and attempts to close Guantanamo. Tariq Ba Odah may die in Guantanamo if he soon isn’t released. He has been on a hunger strike for eight years now and is in a very unhealthy condition. Tariq Ba Odah’s life before the arrest was as normal as anyone else’s. Ba Odah was born in 1978 in the Shabwah district of Yemen where he lived until the age of one. He spent his early life as a child in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in a beautiful home surrounded by his parents and his many brothers and sisters. Ba…

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    Is Wrong To Torture Wrong

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    overlooked by almost all nations. Under the just war theory, once an enemy surrenders, they are not a threat to you anymore. It pretty much implies that it is wrong to torture and mistreat your enemies under almost any circumstance. As we know, many nations do not abide by this. We hear about prisoners being waterboarded, strapped to a mattress frame and electrocuted, and all sorts of horrible things. Hannah Gold from the Washington Speculator interviewed Eric Fair about his memoir about…

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    Just or unjust? Al-Qaeda’s ideology and actions have proven to be unjust, violating just war theory, basic human rights, and plain old human decency. In this paper, I will explain how and why Al-Qaeda’s ideology and tactics violate the Just War Theory, as well as a counterpoint to this. Al-Qaeda which means “The Base” was created by Osama Bin Laden along with the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, which was led by Ayman al-Zawahiri in the early 1980's in order to push the Soviet Union out of…

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    on how people would conform to the roles of guards and prisoners in a role-playing exercise. Over 70 students applied for the aid, but only 25 was selected and they would get paid 15 dollars a day for their participation in the experiment. They took the 25 college students from the university and turn half of them into guards and the other half into prisoners. The Abu Graib situation was way different in my opinion. There were no college students in their nor experiments. It was real people…

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    Essay On Military Police

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    The military police in the Army National Guard plays a decisive role in protecting the people and property of the United States by enforcing military laws and regulations (United States Army National Guard). Both the military and civilians rely on the military police to prevent crime and respond to all emergencies. Some jobs for officers include the securing of weapons, enemy prisoners, and government officials. It is also the job of a military police officer to interview witnesses, arrest, and…

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    Stalin Vs Mccarthyism

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    Three particular traits were responsible for the majority of the atrocities during the World War II era; for example, in Soviet Russia, persecution lead to millions of deaths in Gulags, the Soviet government 's complete control of individuals and society lead to the deaths of millions of Ukrainian peasants, and the use of police and military terror was responsible for the deaths of millions of civilians during the Great Purge of Stalin. Persecution was a key trait of totalitarianism that lead…

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    This paper touches on the buildup of military forces and their actions known as Operation Desert Shield, and the ultimate use of force known as Operation Desert Storm. Key words: Iraq, Kuwait, United States, Saddam Hussein, George H. W. Bush, Dick Cheney, H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., G-Day. Introduction On 2 AUG 1990, the Republic of the Iraq invaded the Emirate of Kuwait. Iraqi President Saddam Hussein ordered the invasion of Kuwait in response to Iraq’s perceived Kuwaiti actions to drive…

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    Throughout all of World War II and the Holocaust, the Nazis relied on the use of concentration camps to carry out the Final Solution, exploit the Jews and other undesirables, and use what they stole to be able to fund their involvement in the war. The Nazi rulers were able to train their own versions of troops and create an elite association of men who ran the concentration camps. The SS was made of men who were able to kill people at point blank. By the times these men were done with training,…

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    Founded in 1925, the Schutzstaffel German for Protective Echelon initially served as Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler’s personal bodyguards, and later became one of the most powerful and feared organizations in all of Nazi Germany. Heinrich Himmler, a fervent anti-Semite like Hitler, became head of the Schutzstaffel, or SS, in 1929 and expanded the group’s role and size. Recruits, who had to prove none of their ancestors were Jewish, received military training and were also taught they were the…

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    Imagine being a German citizen living in the same era as one of the most notorious and high ranking officers in Nazi Germany’s history. This was the case for many citizens of their proud Nazi Germany and the prisoners, POWs (Prisoners of War) , and criminals that had to face the wrath of Heinrich Himmler. Heinrich grew up in a Roman-Catholic conservative family, where he experienced difficulties in life, and eventually became a political activist. He grew up to become one of the most…

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