Thursday, June 16, 2016

9/11:Orlando Gay Islamic Terrorist Omar Mateen's Employer G4S Is Also Israeli prison contractor to torture Palestinians

And they also played a role in 9/11 as security for major airports where airplanes alleged to have hit the WTC etc.originated from...
Now I wonder why Omar Mateen whose father appears to have been given a free pass to the U.S.years ago for his loyal allegience to Al Qaeda and the CIA and Saudi Arabia's Osama bin Laden who created them,not attack and kill his own fellow G4S employees who work with and for the post 911  Israeli created and controlled U.S.Homeland Security Department and other militarized branches of the U.S.government who after all pay or paid his employment checks in the first place.And surely Omar Mateen knew that it his own employers also tortured innocents in Iraq,Afghanistan and other Islamic countries around the world since 911 unleashed  them to steal,torture lie rape and murder including little boys in Afghanistan........

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Palestinians are also subjected to torture by Israeli forces, and G4S transfers ... One former British employee, Danny Fitzsimmons, was jailed in Iraq for 20 years ...

The Military and Security Company 'G4S' should Leave Basra , Iraqi ...

Some Iraqi reports that members of the security company G4s have shot and ... Rights' violations such us: torture, property destructions, abuse of power and a ... For example, the british company G4S has a long history in management of the .

Israeli prison contractor G4S nominated for “worst company” award

Greenpeace is one of the organizers of the competition, which draws attention to abuses of corporate power. 
 Amorita MaharajWikimedia Commons
Private security company G4S has been nominated for the notorious Public Eye “worst company of the year” award over its support for Israeli apartheid and involvement in other human rights violations.
G4S provides services and equipment to Israel’s prisons, checkpoints, police and the apartheid wall in the West Bank. It has also come under fire for its role in Iraq and Afghanistan and for failing to prevent abuse by its staff working in the UK deportation system.
Public voting will now decide whether G4S or one of the six other shortlisted companies will be presented with the final award at a counter-summit during the World Economic Forum in Davos. Switzerland. Voting closes at midday on 23 January (click here to vote). Last year, the Brazilian mining company Vale had its dismal envrironmental and workers’ rights record exposed by media outlets across the world after winning the award with just over 25,000 votes.
This is the first time that the jury for the Public Eye Awards, which are run by Greenpeace and Berne Declaration (a Swiss organization) has selected a company that has been nominated partly for supporting Israeli crimes for the final round of voting.

“Vital role”

Samer Issawi’s inspiring hunger strike, which is now approaching its 170th day, serves as a powerful reminder of how Israel uses imprisonment and of the steadfastness of the thousands of Palestinian political prisoners held in Israeli jails.
Israel depends on the support of companies like G4S to maintain its prison system. In 2007, G4S signed a contract with the Israeli Prison Service to provide security systems and other services for major Israeli prisons.
G4S equips the Ofer prison in the occupied West Bank and the Ketziot and Megiddo prisons inside Israel to which Palestinian prisoners are illegally transferred. The Fourth Geneva Convention prohibits the transfer of prisoners from a territory under occupation into the territory of the occupier. The company also provides equipment to the Kishon and Moskobiyyeh detention facilities, in which systematic torture and ill-treatment of Palestinian prisoners, including child prisoners, have been documented.
In a statement issued to The Electronic Intifada, the Palestinian prisoner support and campaign organization Addameer said, “Addameer views the current campaign as an effective means of highlighting the complicity of G4S in Israel’s continued occupation and colonization of Palestine. By providing the security infrastructure for a number of prisons where Palestinian political prisoners are held, G4S plays a direct role in implementing Israel’s policy of mass detention and imprisonment of the Palestinian people, which is necessary to maintain its continued occupation and colonization. As part of global civil society we have a responsibility to expose G4S and countless human rights violations it is involved in, not only in Palestine, but across the globe.”
Ruth Tanner, campaigns director with War on Want, one of several groups that nominated G4S for the award, added that, “G4S, the world’s largest private military and security company, is complicit in Israel’s occupation of Palestine and is profiting from conflict and insecurity around the world. War on Want, along with a host of justice for Palestine campaigners across Europe, have nominated G4S for the Public Eye awards to put a spotlight on the company’s complicity with the occupation. The attention this brings will help us to highlight the ongoing hunger strikes by Palestinian political prisoners.”


There are campaigns against G4S over its support for Israeli crimes in several European countries including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the UK and Belgium. Several public bodies, nongovernmental organizations and private companies have already been succesfully persuaded to cut their ties to the company. Back in December, the University of Oslo announced that it would not be renewing its security contract with G4S after a student-led campaign.
It would become significantly harder for public and private bodies to maintain their links with G4S should the company win the award or recieve a large number of votes. It would also be a further embarrasment for the company which has already faced negative press over its human rights record and failure to meet the terms of contracts agreed with the UK and other governments.
Please make sure you take a minute to vote and share the voting page widely between now and 23 January


PALESTINIAN WOMEN POLITICAL PRISONERS We are launching a campaign to highlight the plight of Palestinian women in Israeli prisons, and specifically G4S complicity in their torture and suffering. Currently there are 17 Palestinian women political prisoners in Israeli prisons. All but one is in HaSharon prison in Israel. The British private security contractor G4S provides the full security system at HaSharon including the central command room for the entire prison.
The transfer of Palestinian prisoners from the occupied West Bank and Gaza to into Israel (to HaSharon Prison) is illegal under international law and constitutes a war crime, G4S is complicit in this by the services it provides to HaSharon Prison. Before being brought to prison the women have to endure weeks, sometimes months, of torture at one of Israel’s interrogation centres to extract confessions from them – usually the infamous ‘Russian Compound’ in Jerusalem or the notorious Al-Jalame torture den – both these facilities are also secured by G4S. The longest serving Palestinian women prisoner is Lena Al-Jarboni who has endured 11 years in HaSharon. The campaign will centre around her as an example of what Palestinian women have to endure and their resilience and steadfastness in the face of the occupation prisons. LENA Al-JARBONI Lena was born in 1974 to a Palestinian family near Acre in 1948 Palestine. Due to financial difficulty she could not complete her studies and worked in sewing workshops to help her family. In 2002 she was picked up by Israeli security.
After 30 days of severe torture at Israels notorious G4S secured Al-Jalame torture den they charged her with “collaborating with the enemy” – she unlike her Palestinian friends has an Israeli citizenship. They sentenced her to 17 years in HaSharon women’s prison. At HaSharon prison Palestinian women prisoners have to endure beatings, insults, threats, sexually explicit harassment and sexual violence, and humiliation at the hands of Israeli guards. Often they are forced to undergo degrading and intrusive body searches during the middle of the night for no reason other an as a punitive measure. Women have been beaten and left tied to their bed for a day and a half and not allowed to go to the toilet as punishment for spilling water. The cells at HaSharon prison are overcrowded, dirty and infected with rodents and cockroaches. There is a total absence of basic hygiene, women have even been denied sanitary pads when menstruating.
The heat is unbearable, The windows are closed and covered so that hardly any air or daylight can enter. The food is insufficient, and of inferior quality & dirty, often containing insects & worms, at times there are not enough portions for all the women. ...........................

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