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Commentary :: Human Rights
Don Rumsfeld let Israeli Mossad agents "Torture" Iraqi prisoners?
11 May 2004
Don Rumsfeld let Israeli Mossad agents "Torture" Iraqi prisoners?
Did U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld allow Israeli Mossad (Secret Police) agents to devise,orchestrate and oversee the Torture and Abuse of Iraqi prisoners in Fallujah and throughout Iraq?
Experts on the Middle East,especially on Islam conclude that the abuse and torture the Iraqi prisoners suffered in Fallujah were and are similiar and identical to the kinds of humiliation and torture the Israeli Govt's "Secret Police" the Mossad, routinely inflicts on Palestinain prisoners to break them down and to terrorize the Palestinain population.

The Bush White House has a close relationship with the Israeli Govt. of "War Criminal" Ariel Sharon who once headed the Israeli Mossad where he systematically tortured and murdered hundreds of Palestinians and Middle East Arabs. Its not such a stretch to believe that the Bush Admin. called on its friends in the Sharon Govt. to provide "skilled" Mossad "interrogators and torturers" to force information and confessions out of the Muslim Iraqi prisoners the US Military held in Fallujah and other Iraq prisons.

Maybe all this though,in a way, is an unmistakable "Showcase" for President Bush's reverent brand of Right Wing Christianity?

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