torsdag 5 juni 2014

NY film: Talibanernas Globala Medieproduktion presenterar i färg: "Fångutväxling med USA"

"Talibansk media" har släppt en dokumentärfilm om fångutväxlingen med USA...

Taliban releases video of US soldier Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange

Publicerades den 4 jun 2014
The Taliban has released a video showing the recent handover of the US Army captive sergeant Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for five Guantanamo detainees taking place near Afghanistan-Pakistan border.


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- Since when did the Taliban start doing deals with terrorists?
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The Media's Garbage Analysis of the Bowe Bergdahl Saga

Publicerades den 2 jun 2014
Abby Martin calls out the corporate media for the sensationalized coverage of the freed US soldier, Bowe Bergdahl, and turning the story into partisan wedge -- all the while avoiding coverage of stories such as the Supreme Court rejecting journalist James Risen's appeal to not be forced to testify against a source in his book, as well as the underreported news that the NSA has been datamining photos from social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram...

"USA förhandlar aldrig med terrorister" - Obama släpper 5 Guantanamofångar mot USA-soldat

"Bytt, bytt - kommer aldrig igen!" Att USA aldrig någonsin under något förhållande skulle förhandla med terrorister betyder naturligtvis inte att USA inte kan förhandla om att byta fångar med Talibanerna som tidigare definierats som terrorister...


NY film: Talibanernas Globala Medieproduktion presenterar i färg: "Fångutväxling med USA"

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  1. -Bergdahl’s family receives death threats as he recalls Taliban torturers-

    June 08, 2014

    Sgt. Bowe Bergdhal’s family have been receiving death threats since his controversial release in a prisoner swap with the Taliban a week ago. Unable to reunite with his family, the US Army soldier has started speaking of his difficulties in captivity.

    Although Bergdahl is now physically able to travel back to the US, according to a New York Times report on Sunday, he is not yet ready to be united with his family – who have since been emailed death threats addressed to the soldier’s father, Bob Bergdahl.

    “There were four specific emails with death threats given to the FBI and they are looking into it,” Reuters reported Idaho police chief Jeff Gunter as saying.

    The first of the messages was sent last Wednesday.

    Following the news of Bergdahl’s release, a rally to mark his liberation was scheduled for June 28. Since then, there has been a surge in angry messages directed at city officials and family friends, to the irritation of the local community.

    Some 15,000 people were expected to descend on his hometown, Hailey, leading to concern that the small mountain town’s resources would be overwhelmed. City officials said that both public safety and property could be in danger.



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