Algeria: Arrests at Protest Against P...

Algeria: Arrests at Protest Against President

There are 2 comments on the Humans Rights Watch story from May 1, 2014, titled Algeria: Arrests at Protest Against President. In it, Humans Rights Watch reports that:

Time and again, Algerian authorities are using repressive laws to prosecute those who simply express peaceful dissent.

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#1 May 2, 2014
Should not use repressive laws to squelch peaceful dissent. "What the world needs now is love sweet love --- that's the only thing there is just too little of." Those words are from a song of the 1960s -- it was true then and is much truer now. Here are words from another song of that same era::"Cone on people now smile on your brother --- everybody get together -- try to love one another right now." Brotherhood is way overdue ---- let's get it together.

New Baltimore, MI

#2 May 2, 2014
Fck islam.

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