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"The Terrorism Label: an Examination of American Criminal Prosecutions"

 

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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Arab Palestinian Existence
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,

BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE: Even if you do not agree, this is a presentation by Professor Wadie Said worth the time to listen. (Good investment.)

BLUF: "Terrorism Exceptionalism" → Remember that Professor Wadie Said is a criminal defense attorney and NOT a prosecutor. When they engage in legal critical thinking, they do it from the standpoint of protecting the defendant and NOT protecting the victims of crime or the national effort to maintain law and order - or - that of national security.

"The Terrorism Label: an Examination of American Criminal Prosecutions"
(CLEAR POINT)


Prof Said mentioned that he thought there we about 60 Activities on the US DoS Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) List. This presentation by Professor Said was recorded in 2015. The FTO list is now about 70 entities long today. And a fair portion of them has some connection with "Islamic Radicalism." (In what Professor Said calls scare quotes.) For instance, the very first group on the FTO list is Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) which was designated in 1997 (more than 2 decades ago). The ASG (as it was known in my day) has since evolved into "Islamic State – East Asia," which modern-day Counter-Terrorism and Counterintelligence professionals know it as. I'm quite sure that almost everyone in this discussion group has some knowledge of the "Islamic State." More than half of the FTOs have some deep-rooted connection with various Islamic Movements or Muslim Religious followings.

(COMMENT)

Professor Said is complaining about "
Material Support" (including support in the form of speech and the enhancement of legitimacy). And in the end, Professor Said makes a very few, but an interesting number of cases, that use anonymous witness. But then, the professor waffles on the issue.

The Professor made a comment about the implementation of the
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR).

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Inventing terrorists.

A Conversation with Dr. Sami Al-Arian and U.S. Attorneys on the Use of Secret Evidence

 
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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Arab Palestinian Existence
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,

BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE: Even if you do not agree, this is a presentation by Professor Wadie Said worth the time to listen. (Good investment.)

BLUF: "Terrorism Exceptionalism" → Remember that Professor Wadie Said is a criminal defense attorney and NOT a prosecutor. When they engage in legal critical thinking, they do it from the standpoint of protecting the defendant and NOT protecting the victims of crime or the national effort to maintain law and order - or - that of national security.

"The Terrorism Label: an Examination of American Criminal Prosecutions"
(CLEAR POINT)


Prof Said mentioned that he thought there we about 60 Activities on the US DoS Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) List. This presentation by Professor Said was recorded in 2015. The FTO list is now about 70 entities long today. And a fair portion of them has some connection with "Islamic Radicalism." (In what Professor Said calls scare quotes.) For instance, the very first group on the FTO list is Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) which was designated in 1997 (more than 2 decades ago). The ASG (as it was known in my day) has since evolved into "Islamic State – East Asia," which modern-day Counter-Terrorism and Counterintelligence professionals know it as. I'm quite sure that almost everyone in this discussion group has some knowledge of the "Islamic State." More than half of the FTOs have some deep-rooted connection with various Islamic Movements or Muslim Religious followings.

(COMMENT)

Professor Said is complaining about "
Material Support" (including support in the form of speech and the enhancement of legitimacy). And in the end, Professor Said makes a very few, but an interesting number of cases, that use anonymous witness. But then, the professor waffles on the issue.

The Professor made a comment about the implementation of the
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR).

1611604183365.png

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R
Calling people terrorists cancel their rights.
 

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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Arab Palestinian Existence
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,

BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE: Even if you do not agree, this is a presentation by Professor Wadie Said worth the time to listen. (Good investment.)

BLUF: "Terrorism Exceptionalism" → Remember that Professor Wadie Said is a criminal defense attorney and NOT a prosecutor. When they engage in legal critical thinking, they do it from the standpoint of protecting the defendant and NOT protecting the victims of crime or the national effort to maintain law and order - or - that of national security.

"The Terrorism Label: an Examination of American Criminal Prosecutions"
(CLEAR POINT)


Prof Said mentioned that he thought there we about 60 Activities on the US DoS Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) List. This presentation by Professor Said was recorded in 2015. The FTO list is now about 70 entities long today. And a fair portion of them has some connection with "Islamic Radicalism." (In what Professor Said calls scare quotes.) For instance, the very first group on the FTO list is Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) which was designated in 1997 (more than 2 decades ago). The ASG (as it was known in my day) has since evolved into "Islamic State – East Asia," which modern-day Counter-Terrorism and Counterintelligence professionals know it as. I'm quite sure that almost everyone in this discussion group has some knowledge of the "Islamic State." More than half of the FTOs have some deep-rooted connection with various Islamic Movements or Muslim Religious followings.

(COMMENT)

Professor Said is complaining about "
Material Support" (including support in the form of speech and the enhancement of legitimacy). And in the end, Professor Said makes a very few, but an interesting number of cases, that use anonymous witness. But then, the professor waffles on the issue.

The Professor made a comment about the implementation of the
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR).

1611604183365.png

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R
Calling people terrorists cancel their rights.
Islamic terrorism isn't a right.
 

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PA PM Shtayyeh whitewashes terror; against ICC trying Hamas for its crimes: “Palestinians were never on the attack, always on the defense”

 

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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Hostile Arab Palestinian (HoAP)
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BLUF: "If it walks - like a duck..."


Calling people terrorists cancel their rights.
Posting 18656 said:
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A terrorist by who they are, what they do, and why they do it. We can call them by any name you want to use, by everyone owning a duty to protect their people from the armed struggle and intimidation of the HoAP will know the Arab Palestinian as a terrorist. It does not matter how they mask it. It does not matter how they cover the smell. I does not matter what cover and concealment they use to hide.
Every time you attempt to plead the case of those that participate in, provide material support to, donate financial aid for operations that are intended to further activities that harm civilians, or harm the civilian and military administration of the Occupation Forces, or commit crimes against the citizenry of the sovereign power of Israel, YOU TOO become an accomplice to:

If you want to call it "Playtime in the Sandbox," then so be it. It does NOT change the fact that most of the voters in 2006 voted for either HAMAS or Fatah. And in doing so they committed acts that express Article I criteria.

If you want to call them sandbox players, then so be it: It does not change the actions described in which the international community has elaborated 19 international legal instruments to prevent terrorist acts. Each time the HoAP takes action against the forces implementing security measures required by the Hague Convention (1907) or the acts punishable by the authority of the Geneva Convention, the HoAP only prove themselves to be a population governed by criminal behaviors.

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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Hostile Arab Palestinian (HoAP)
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,

BLUF: "If it walks - like a duck..."


Calling people terrorists cancel their rights.
Posting 18656 said:
(COMMENT)

A terrorist by who they are, what they do, and why they do it. We can call them by any name you want to use, by everyone owning a duty to protect their people from the armed struggle and intimidation of the HoAP will know the Arab Palestinian as a terrorist. It does not matter how they mask it. It does not matter how they cover the smell. I does not matter what cover and concealment they use to hide.
Every time you attempt to plead the case of those that participate in, provide material support to, donate financial aid for operations that are intended to further activities that harm civilians, or harm the civilian and military administration of the Occupation Forces, or commit crimes against the citizenry of the sovereign power of Israel, YOU TOO become an accomplice to:

If you want to call it "Playtime in the Sandbox," then so be it. It does NOT change the fact that most of the voters in 2006 voted for either HAMAS or Fatah. And in doing so they committed acts that express Article I criteria.

If you want to call them sandbox players, then so be it: It does not change the actions described in which the international community has elaborated 19 international legal instruments to prevent terrorist acts. Each time the HoAP takes action against the forces implementing security measures required by the Hague Convention (1907) or the acts punishable by the authority of the Geneva Convention, the HoAP only prove themselves to be a population governed by criminal behaviors.

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Israel always has to "defend itself" from the people it is attacking.
 

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RE: Palestinian Talks, lectures, & interviews.
SUBTOPIC: Hostile Arab Palestinian (HoAP)
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,

BLUF: "If it walks - like a duck..."


Calling people terrorists cancel their rights.
Posting 18656 said:
(COMMENT)

A terrorist by who they are, what they do, and why they do it. We can call them by any name you want to use, by everyone owning a duty to protect their people from the armed struggle and intimidation of the HoAP will know the Arab Palestinian as a terrorist. It does not matter how they mask it. It does not matter how they cover the smell. I does not matter what cover and concealment they use to hide.
Every time you attempt to plead the case of those that participate in, provide material support to, donate financial aid for operations that are intended to further activities that harm civilians, or harm the civilian and military administration of the Occupation Forces, or commit crimes against the citizenry of the sovereign power of Israel, YOU TOO become an accomplice to:

If you want to call it "Playtime in the Sandbox," then so be it. It does NOT change the fact that most of the voters in 2006 voted for either HAMAS or Fatah. And in doing so they committed acts that express Article I criteria.

If you want to call them sandbox players, then so be it: It does not change the actions described in which the international community has elaborated 19 international legal instruments to prevent terrorist acts. Each time the HoAP takes action against the forces implementing security measures required by the Hague Convention (1907) or the acts punishable by the authority of the Geneva Convention, the HoAP only prove themselves to be a population governed by criminal behaviors.

1611604183365.png

Most Respectfully,
R
Israel always has to "defend itself" from the people it is attacking.
What Israeli attacks?

link?
 

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