Category Archives: Freedom

Unique is the case of ‘Judgment Creditor’; disgracefully the perpetrator is the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, UAE’ – White Paper

Unique is the case of ‘Judgment Creditor’; disgracefully the perpetrator is the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – White Paper Saturday, December 27, 2014: New Delhi ‘Download the authentic White Paper in PDF (Size: 468 kb)’ “Support … Continue reading

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The Wanton Deployment of Secret Mercenary Armies

The Wanton Deployment of Secret Mercenary Armies Jabir P  July 10, 2014  Reparation Law News Service,  New Delhi In Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S.-led private security contractors have been linked to anti coalition activities, murder, bribery, and kidnapping. This pattern … Continue reading

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UAE is ranked the world’s fifteenth biggest military spender

UAE is ranked the world’s fifteenth biggest military spender April 14, 2014 Press Release, Stockholm, Sweden UAE is ranked to fifteenth place with $19 billion in the list of SIPRI Military Expenditure Database 2014. Middle Eastern nations increased their military … Continue reading

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UN expert calls for probe of ‘torture’ in UAE prisons

UN expert calls for probe of ‘torture’ in UAE prisons February 5, 2014 By Lynne al-Nahhas UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers, Gabriela Knaul, at UN headquarters in San Salvador on November 26, 2012 (AFP Photo/Jose … Continue reading

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UAE coup trial offers window into wider Gulf fears

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — One is a former judge. Another is a past president of the lawyers’ association in the United Arab Emirates. Among the more than 90 suspects are also teachers, civil servants, business owners and even a … Continue reading

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Emirates Crush Dissent at Home, Tarnishing Image Abroad

Emirates Crush Dissent at Home, Tarnishing Image Abroad March 21, 2013 [Written by Bret Nelson, Senior Research Assistant, Freedom in the World] The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has gone to great lengths to market itself to the world as a … Continue reading

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Human Rights – Expanding horizons

Justice K. Sukumaran ‘The records of the case of the Delhi High Court would expose one of the worst violations of those human rights in an oil rich country. And that too, in spite of the judiciary of that very … Continue reading

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