62 responses

  1. hwt123
    March 16, 2012

    Wars always seem to be close to oil or some other valuable resource, coincidental ? No way this is another scam folks…the war mongers and the bankers are behind this…I am not falling for another 9/11 scam where the world trade towers and building 7 were an inside job and it was controlled demolition that took them down which gave us this police state.

  2. Shiks
    March 16, 2012

    Please help bring awareness to an arrest for the same across the world – http://arry.org/?p=377

  3. Shiks
    March 16, 2012

    Please help bring awareness to an arrest for the same across the world – http://arry.org/?p=377

  4. Romero Cavalcanti
    March 16, 2012

    "The continued exclusion and silencing in Sudan."
    Silence can be defined as the absence of speech or noise. Silence of the soul…
    When applied to the social realm, silence may imply:
    Silence the thoughts… Passivity… Lack of initiative or tacit acceptance of one's condition.
    Silence of the feelings…
    Silence of innocence…
    Silence of curiosity…
    Silence of the creative potential…
    Silence of joy…
    Silence of sing…
    Silence of the written and spoken word…
    This silence is a injustice!
    I think there's another way of looking at this, the idea of silence(s) and of "subjugated" voices is a particularly important one when taking in Sudan into consideration. Many innocent civilians in South Sudan, pay with your life by not accepting this silence.
    I would like to see Sudan e South Sudan more just and equitable for innocent civilians, and where the benefits of diversity are appreciated.
    This is challenge.

  5. Nanci Clark
    March 16, 2012

    I am proud of George Clooney and the others who are there trying to bring world awareness to the horrors going on daily in Sudan. It is much harder for evil to flourish in the light of day

  6. KLK
    March 16, 2012

    @hw123
    ACTUALLY, since South Sudan is now independant, there is minimal oil in Sudan. Also, this is different from Iraq. It is possible that Bashir could be gearing up to commit his SECOND genocide on his own people. If it really was about oil, wouldn't there have been intervention to stop the genocide in Darfur….part of then-oil-rich-Sudan?
    Remeber Rwanda? Remeber the Holocaust? Remember how awful it was that no one intervened? Now imagine two genocides. In one country. Within a decade.
    But no, hundreds of thousands of people being displaced, bombed from their homes or slaughtered is a conspiracy. Intervention is about oil, yah sure.
    Its about people, not oil. So get your facts straight.

  7. Lola
    March 16, 2012

    @hw123 What's your credentials to call it a scam? Do you live in Sudan, have you family or visited Sudan? I'm trusting in George Clooney because he's active and he's there.

  8. Cindie
    March 16, 2012

    All those arrested are bringing awareness about this situation to the rest of the world. I thank them all for being willing to protest, knowing they may be arrested. Heroes, one and all.

  9. Alanna
    March 16, 2012

    Thank you for the very informative report back from today's rally and update on the current human rights situation. I took action and will encourage others to do so as well.

  10. Tom
    March 16, 2012

    If enough people sign the petitions on change.org (there are two petitions there regarding the nuban people – just go there and search "nuban"), then maybe someone in our government will take notice and take some humanitarian steps in the right direction.

    But if George Clooney, his dad, and a few other people are the only ones who care, then thousands of people can easily end up starving – mostly children.

    "We must be the change we wish to see in the world." – Gandhi

  11. Joe
    March 16, 2012

    Wars always seem to be close to oil or some other valuable resource, coincidental ? No way this is another scam folks…the war mongers and the bankers are behind this…I am not falling for another 9/11 scam where the world trade towers and building 7 were an inside job and it was controlled demolition that took them down which gave us this police state.

    If you knew the politics of George Clooney then you'd realize how stupid that story was hwt123

  12. hwt123
    March 16, 2012

    Wars always seem to be close to oil or some other valuable resource, coincidental ? No way this is another scam folks…the war mongers and the bankers are behind this…I am not falling for another 9/11 scam where the world trade towers and building 7 were an inside job and it was controlled demolition that took them down which gave us this police state.

  13. Shiks
    March 16, 2012

    Please help bring awareness to an arrest for the same across the world – http://arry.org/?p=377

  14. Romero Cavalcanti
    March 16, 2012

    “The continued exclusion and silencing in Sudan.”
    Silence can be defined as the absence of speech or noise. Silence of the soul…
    When applied to the social realm, silence may imply:
    Silence the thoughts… Passivity… Lack of initiative or tacit acceptance of one’s condition.
    Silence of the feelings…
    Silence of innocence…
    Silence of curiosity…
    Silence of the creative potential…
    Silence of joy…
    Silence of sing…
    Silence of the written and spoken word…
    This silence is a injustice!
    I think there’s another way of looking at this, the idea of silence(s) and of “subjugated” voices is a particularly important one when taking in Sudan into consideration. Many innocent civilians in South Sudan, pay with your life by not accepting this silence.
    I would like to see Sudan e South Sudan more just and equitable for innocent civilians, and where the benefits of diversity are appreciated.
    This is challenge.

  15. Nanci Clark
    March 16, 2012

    I am proud of George Clooney and the others who are there trying to bring world awareness to the horrors going on daily in Sudan. It is much harder for evil to flourish in the light of day

  16. KLK
    March 16, 2012

    @hw123
    ACTUALLY, since South Sudan is now independant, there is minimal oil in Sudan. Also, this is different from Iraq. It is possible that Bashir could be gearing up to commit his SECOND genocide on his own people. If it really was about oil, wouldn’t there have been intervention to stop the genocide in Darfur….part of then-oil-rich-Sudan?
    Remeber Rwanda? Remeber the Holocaust? Remember how awful it was that no one intervened? Now imagine two genocides. In one country. Within a decade.
    But no, hundreds of thousands of people being displaced, bombed from their homes or slaughtered is a conspiracy. Intervention is about oil, yah sure.
    Its about people, not oil. So get your facts straight.

  17. Lola
    March 16, 2012

    @hw123 What’s your credentials to call it a scam? Do you live in Sudan, have you family or visited Sudan? I’m trusting in George Clooney because he’s active and he’s there.

  18. Cindie
    March 16, 2012

    All those arrested are bringing awareness about this situation to the rest of the world. I thank them all for being willing to protest, knowing they may be arrested. Heroes, one and all.

  19. Tonita White
    March 16, 2012

    Incredible, they should be arresting the criminals. insead of arresing people with a great Hear, and love for people, look for the criminals, before hey come for You all, We need peace and love, not criminals.

  20. Alanna
    March 16, 2012

    Thank you for the very informative report back from today’s rally and update on the current human rights situation. I took action and will encourage others to do so as well.

  21. Tom
    March 16, 2012

    If enough people sign the petitions on change.org (there are two petitions there regarding the nuban people – just go there and search “nuban”), then maybe someone in our government will take notice and take some humanitarian steps in the right direction.

    But if George Clooney, his dad, and a few other people are the only ones who care, then thousands of people can easily end up starving – mostly children.

    “We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” – Gandhi

  22. Joe
    March 16, 2012

    Wars always seem to be close to oil or some other valuable resource, coincidental ? No way this is another scam folks…the war mongers and the bankers are behind this…I am not falling for another 9/11 scam where the world trade towers and building 7 were an inside job and it was controlled demolition that took them down which gave us this police state.

    If you knew the politics of George Clooney then you’d realize how stupid that story was hwt123

  23. Summers
    March 16, 2012

    Yes, it's wrong to break the law by crossing a police line while protesting .. but I forgive you when you're being a voice of the innocent who've been terrorized into silence.

  24. Tonita White
    March 16, 2012

    Incredible, they should be arresting the criminals. insead of arresing people with a great Hear, and love for people, look for the criminals, before hey come for You all, We need peace and love, not criminals.

  25. Summers
    March 16, 2012

    Yes, it’s wrong to break the law by crossing a police line while protesting .. but I forgive you when you’re being a voice of the innocent who’ve been terrorized into silence.

  26. Dana
    March 16, 2012

    I would like to respectfully note that the activists from Amnesty and other organizations – those of us who are not famous – were not treated particularly well at the protest. While I certainly appreciate Mr. Clooney and members of Congress bringing attention to the issue, it's not terribly respectful to the people who are devoted to human rights, who took time off work or school, and who come of their own volition, unpaid, time after time to be unable to see or hear the speeches because of a wall of media. We were asked to stop chanting so that the media could hear the speeches while it was virtually impossible to hear anything ourselves. I was not even aware that there were Congresspersons present as we were unable to see.

    I and other activists will always come out to these events because of a commitment to human rights and to the values of Amnesty, but it is somewhat disheartening to be taken for granted. Again – I recognize the need for high-profile media coverage, but I do think that pursuing press should not come at the expense of the core members of Amnesty International upon which the organization rests and relies.

  27. Dana
    March 17, 2012

    I would like to respectfully note that the activists from Amnesty and other organizations – those of us who are not famous – were not treated particularly well at the protest. While I certainly appreciate Mr. Clooney and members of Congress bringing attention to the issue, it’s not terribly respectful to the people who are devoted to human rights, who took time off work or school, and who come of their own volition, unpaid, time after time to be unable to see or hear the speeches because of a wall of media. We were asked to stop chanting so that the media could hear the speeches while it was virtually impossible to hear anything ourselves. I was not even aware that there were Congresspersons present as we were unable to see.

    I and other activists will always come out to these events because of a commitment to human rights and to the values of Amnesty, but it is somewhat disheartening to be taken for granted. Again – I recognize the need for high-profile media coverage, but I do think that pursuing press should not come at the expense of the core members of Amnesty International upon which the organization rests and relies.

  28. Michael von Pallutz
    March 17, 2012

    when do we stop listening to the same one sided BS- and start first to make us aware of what is really going on there,Sudan and the new South Sudan (our little colony?) are neighbors right to the last scam -" Kony 2012 countries" Uganda and Central African Republic(backdoor entry ?) and yes Oil and a lots of it is here the reason ones again ,just like always those people there are exploited by there own governments, foreign "big money" and a few tribal/warlords ,but we just blindly walking into the next propaganda trap, when do we actually really learn, …of Clooney, i am disappointed ,a man i admire as actor gives himself up for that, or do you actually plan to become the "under secretary " ? ….what is wrong with us here ,are we so fillt up with false info that we can not use even just the simplest brain wave anymore

  29. Michael von Pallutz
    March 17, 2012

    when do we stop listening to the same one sided BS- and start first to make us aware of what is really going on there,Sudan and the new South Sudan (our little colony?) are neighbors right to the last scam -” Kony 2012 countries” Uganda and Central African Republic(backdoor entry ?) and yes Oil and a lots of it is here the reason ones again ,just like always those people there are exploited by there own governments, foreign “big money” and a few tribal/warlords ,but we just blindly walking into the next propaganda trap, when do we actually really learn, …of Clooney, i am disappointed ,a man i admire as actor gives himself up for that, or do you actually plan to become the “under secretary ” ? ….what is wrong with us here ,are we so fillt up with false info that we can not use even just the simplest brain wave anymore

  30. jim kamoske
    March 17, 2012

    George Clooney is a moron.

  31. Arra
    March 17, 2012

    Are you serious? These people are so blind and ignorant about what happens outside of their "bubble." Do you think that they would be arresting people if they had lived in Sudan, bombed, and on the brink of starvation? What if their children had been taken by Kony? Honestly, I think that they shouldn't have done arrested them. They aren't protesting for like, Marajuana or anything. They are protesting for the human rights and safety for all these poor people.

  32. Michael von Pallutz
    March 17, 2012

    yes, i am serious,are you too ? …there are arrests for criminal reasons and there are arrests for publicity reasons, a big difference between them not just in your criminal record also in the perception of it, the one is looked down on as a criminal and with right, the other one is looked up as a "hero" someone to stand for his believe ,BUT under those "arrested heroes " you find many agendas for it ,not all with good ,honest,pure intentions ,many are just a way to get a very popular "paper trail" for your later ambitions,very despicable though but also very common ,…i think i made my point here pretty clear ,what i think about publicity stunts like that and i will wait a little and than we will see for what reason that was done, even so i have already pretty much an idea about that,lol…..

  33. jim kamoske
    March 17, 2012

    George Clooney is a moron.

  34. Arra
    March 17, 2012

    Are you serious? These people are so blind and ignorant about what happens outside of their “bubble.” Do you think that they would be arresting people if they had lived in Sudan, bombed, and on the brink of starvation? What if their children had been taken by Kony? Honestly, I think that they shouldn’t have done arrested them. They aren’t protesting for like, Marajuana or anything. They are protesting for the human rights and safety for all these poor people.

  35. Michael von Pallutz
    March 17, 2012

    yes, i am serious,are you too ? …there are arrests for criminal reasons and there are arrests for publicity reasons, a big difference between them not just in your criminal record also in the perception of it, the one is looked down on as a criminal and with right, the other one is looked up as a “hero” someone to stand for his believe ,BUT under those “arrested heroes ” you find many agendas for it ,not all with good ,honest,pure intentions ,many are just a way to get a very popular “paper trail” for your later ambitions,very despicable though but also very common ,…i think i made my point here pretty clear ,what i think about publicity stunts like that and i will wait a little and than we will see for what reason that was done, even so i have already pretty much an idea about that,lol…..

  36. Rawan
    March 17, 2012

    Wow, i just stand amazed while reading this, there are just too many ignorant kids in this world.
    if you really want to know what is going on there, you should go and LIVE there and see for yourself who is bombing the innocent people, it is the barbaric armed foces of the "new" republic of southern sudan. why suddenly Al Bashir became a criminal after all he did to provide wellfare for his people, he did EVERTHING the UN asked him to do, he even agreed to SPLIT the country and let the government of the south deal with its own problems and leave him alone, but no ! they still cause problems and people still die, you know why ? becuase there is OIL in the south and becuase the blissed government of the United states of America is friggin greedy and still want more at the expense of innocent people. Your government provides weapons and funds for these armed forces through Chad and Lybia (formerly), but of course you wouldn't know about that, as you enjoy your "free" and "unbiased" media. you are manipulated and brain-washed to be an army of protesters that serve the purposes of your government !
    people will still die and problems will rise, not only in sudan, but in every single rich country of the so-called "third world". Do you, by any chance think we are inferior to you, and therefore lose all our rights of wellfare just because we are poor ?? is that what you learn in schools these days? you talk about human rights, but it is your government that abuses human beings, but you just don't see it becuase it doesn't get broadcasted !.
    even so our government works so hard to resolve the issues of our country, it will be in vain because Al Bashir has been trying for 30 years now and every single time a new problem pops up, first the south and now Dargour and Kordofan, as long as there is OIL , and there is the US, there WILL be problems.
    so , young ignorant kids who don't know shitt about the world and just repeat like parrots whatever is said on TV, you should care to know more.
    and as for you, mr.clooney, i say how much were you paid to protest against the government of sudan and ONLY the "brutal" crimes of Al Bashir, and omit all the hideous crimes done by Bashar Al Asad in Syria, Al Ghadhafi in Lybia and Netanyahu in Palastine? if you are a real human rights activist, you shouldn't be selective of your causes.
    thank you

  37. Rawan
    March 17, 2012

    and i'm sudanses btw, live there, and've seen it all

  38. Rawan
    March 18, 2012

    Wow, i just stand amazed while reading this, there are just too many ignorant kids in this world.
    if you really want to know what is going on there, you should go and LIVE there and see for yourself who is bombing the innocent people, it is the barbaric armed foces of the “new” republic of southern sudan. why suddenly Al Bashir became a criminal after all he did to provide wellfare for his people, he did EVERTHING the UN asked him to do, he even agreed to SPLIT the country and let the government of the south deal with its own problems and leave him alone, but no ! they still cause problems and people still die, you know why ? becuase there is OIL in the south and becuase the blissed government of the United states of America is friggin greedy and still want more at the expense of innocent people. Your government provides weapons and funds for these armed forces through Chad and Lybia (formerly), but of course you wouldn’t know about that, as you enjoy your “free” and “unbiased” media. you are manipulated and brain-washed to be an army of protesters that serve the purposes of your government !
    people will still die and problems will rise, not only in sudan, but in every single rich country of the so-called “third world”. Do you, by any chance think we are inferior to you, and therefore lose all our rights of wellfare just because we are poor ?? is that what you learn in schools these days? you talk about human rights, but it is your government that abuses human beings, but you just don’t see it becuase it doesn’t get broadcasted !.
    even so our government works so hard to resolve the issues of our country, it will be in vain because Al Bashir has been trying for 30 years now and every single time a new problem pops up, first the south and now Dargour and Kordofan, as long as there is OIL , and there is the US, there WILL be problems.
    so , young ignorant kids who don’t know shitt about the world and just repeat like parrots whatever is said on TV, you should care to know more.
    and as for you, mr.clooney, i say how much were you paid to protest against the government of sudan and ONLY the “brutal” crimes of Al Bashir, and omit all the hideous crimes done by Bashar Al Asad in Syria, Al Ghadhafi in Lybia and Netanyahu in Palastine? if you are a real human rights activist, you shouldn’t be selective of your causes.
    thank you

  39. Rawan
    March 18, 2012

    and i’m sudanses btw, live there, and’ve seen it all

  40. Michael von Pallutz
    March 18, 2012

    @ Rawan , i only spend my child hood in Mozambique & a few years in Angola ,but i totally agree with you here , and makes it really hard for me to say, but Mr. Clooney ,you off my list of favored actors for good …..

  41. Michael von Pallutz
    March 18, 2012

    if Texas had declared just simply it's interdependence from the USA ,would we have let them found there own phony country ,so the local leadership can get rich on there oil ? i don't think so ! but the Sudan ,for the sake of peace did that ,in this deal it was agreed on splitting the Oil Revenue in Half for both sides ,now we are getting greedy and ,there it is , another "bad" leader pops up in our pretty ,pretty but still twisted media ,so we can get the whole deal in south sudan, with we …i actually don't mean us (we only get higher gauged gas prizes )i mean our government/corporations our 1 % ….and who is that stupid to support the greed of others ,really come on people get real ,stop being that stupid ignorant …

  42. Michael von Pallutz
    March 18, 2012

    @ Rawan , i only spend my child hood in Mozambique & a few years in Angola ,but i totally agree with you here , and makes it really hard for me to say, but Mr. Clooney ,you off my list of favored actors for good …..

  43. Michael von Pallutz
    March 18, 2012

    if Texas had declared just simply it’s interdependence from the USA ,would we have let them found there own phony country ,so the local leadership can get rich on there oil ? i don’t think so ! but the Sudan ,for the sake of peace did that ,in this deal it was agreed on splitting the Oil Revenue in Half for both sides ,now we are getting greedy and ,there it is , another “bad” leader pops up in our pretty ,pretty but still twisted media ,so we can get the whole deal in south sudan, with we …i actually don’t mean us (we only get higher gauged gas prizes )i mean our government/corporations our 1 % ….and who is that stupid to support the greed of others ,really come on people get real ,stop being that stupid ignorant …

  44. michelle
    March 18, 2012

    I was also at the rally, @dana, and understand what you mean. It didn't help that the journalist and media almost outnumbered the activists. I attend a lot of Amnesty events, and this was a unique one (for one, the activists were from several orgs). But I'm glad Amnesty activists were there…and i'm sure we'd have been there even without the celebs. But all the media–it was crazy!

  45. michelle
    March 18, 2012

    I was also at the rally, @dana, and understand what you mean. It didn’t help that the journalist and media almost outnumbered the activists. I attend a lot of Amnesty events, and this was a unique one (for one, the activists were from several orgs). But I’m glad Amnesty activists were there…and i’m sure we’d have been there even without the celebs. But all the media–it was crazy!

  46. Rita Simonian
    March 19, 2012

    Very proud of George Clooney… if only all causes could go viral.. this world would actually be a better place to live in… Bravo George!

  47. SpecialKinNJ
    March 19, 2012

    George Clooney, Martin Luther King III, several members of Congress and other activists, we're told, were arrested in front of the Embassy of Sudan by the U.S. Secret Service and taken away in plastic handcuffs George, it was said, seemed in good spirits and at ease throughout the arrest, which was over pretty quickly.

    A somewhat cynical view:

    Oh Brother! Perhaps George wants to make another Oh Brother featuring convicts on the run–this time from DC begun– with one concurrent escapee or another.

    In picking the embassy of Sudan for his widely publicized stand he showed he could still vie for the camera's eye, and in enhancing Oh Brother II have a hand.

    Re the prospect that any palpable good will accrue from his staged fuss and ado– there in Washington DC in front of the Sudanese em.bas.sy– we take a quite jaundiced view.

    But as to whether what was on his mind at the time is amenable to either reason or rhyme, we really can't say but from our vantage point in NJ,
    it likely was a bit short of sublime.

    Post-posting thought
    Several congressmen and Martin L. King III must now share this person's view that George Clooney (only an actor!) was the focus of all the fuss and ado.
    And we're optimistic that having been arrested and handcuffed, George will play an escaped convict more realistically in Oh Brother II.

    (The original was a great movie, too)

  48. KStand
    March 19, 2012

    If George Clooney gets arrested, the cause gets WAY more publicity than if there is an anonymous group of protestors. Finding ways to make more people aware and encourage more people to do something comes first, don't you think?

  49. Rita Simonian
    March 19, 2012

    Very proud of George Clooney… if only all causes could go viral.. this world would actually be a better place to live in… Bravo George!

  50. SpecialKinNJ
    March 19, 2012

    George Clooney, Martin Luther King III, several members of Congress and other activists, we’re told, were arrested in front of the Embassy of Sudan by the U.S. Secret Service and taken away in plastic handcuffs George, it was said, seemed in good spirits and at ease throughout the arrest, which was over pretty quickly.

    A somewhat cynical view:

    Oh Brother! Perhaps George wants to make another Oh Brother featuring convicts on the run–this time from DC begun– with one concurrent escapee or another.

    In picking the embassy of Sudan for his widely publicized stand he showed he could still vie for the camera’s eye, and in enhancing Oh Brother II have a hand.

    Re the prospect that any palpable good will accrue from his staged fuss and ado– there in Washington DC in front of the Sudanese em.bas.sy– we take a quite jaundiced view.

    But as to whether what was on his mind at the time is amenable to either reason or rhyme, we really can’t say but from our vantage point in NJ,
    it likely was a bit short of sublime.

    Post-posting thought
    Several congressmen and Martin L. King III must now share this person’s view that George Clooney (only an actor!) was the focus of all the fuss and ado.
    And we’re optimistic that having been arrested and handcuffed, George will play an escaped convict more realistically in Oh Brother II.

    (The original was a great movie, too)

  51. Michael von Pallutz
    March 19, 2012

    WHY do we always confuse aware and encourage with mindless used for totally different agendas as it seems, No i am not proud of Mr. Clooney ,not at all ,it is not for a good intention, it is for getting us into the "oil" !!!! Once again the good intention of american people is used for a bad intention, but if we are every time "falling"for that ,than it makes us more and more a complicit member of those warmongering profit grabbing instigators ,Iraq ,bad but people had to learn first that most we get as infos from media & government is falsified , than Libya ,now Uganda and South Sudan , how many errors can we excuse and when does it become a shame to us !!!!!!

  52. KStand
    March 19, 2012

    If George Clooney gets arrested, the cause gets WAY more publicity than if there is an anonymous group of protestors. Finding ways to make more people aware and encourage more people to do something comes first, don’t you think?

  53. Michael von Pallutz
    March 19, 2012

    WHY do we always confuse aware and encourage with mindless used for totally different agendas as it seems, No i am not proud of Mr. Clooney ,not at all ,it is not for a good intention, it is for getting us into the “oil” !!!! Once again the good intention of american people is used for a bad intention, but if we are every time “falling”for that ,than it makes us more and more a complicit member of those warmongering profit grabbing instigators ,Iraq ,bad but people had to learn first that most we get as infos from media & government is falsified , than Libya ,now Uganda and South Sudan , how many errors can we excuse and when does it become a shame to us !!!!!!

  54. RESPECT TO MR. CLOON
    March 20, 2012

    I would like to give my respect to Mr. Clooney for taking the initiative and time to give a voice to those without one. Most other famous persons were partying in Mexico at the same time in the comfort of a billionaire's party.

  55. RESPECT TO MR. CLOONEY
    March 20, 2012

    I would like to give my respect to Mr. Clooney for taking the initiative and time to give a voice to those without one. Most other famous persons were partying in Mexico at the same time in the comfort of a billionaire’s party.

  56. Jihad Taleb
    March 21, 2012

    Brave Clooney, at least u stood up against the torture unlike so many others. You own my respect now Mr. Clooney

  57. Jihad Taleb
    March 21, 2012

    Brave Clooney, at least u stood up against the torture unlike so many others. You own my respect now Mr. Clooney

  58. Mour Iris
    March 27, 2012

    Salute Clooney,,, same movement required for Syria …. Syrians and oppositions are really capable to end the crackdown of dictator Al Assad's gang troops. We are only seeking your support to prevent arrival of Russian weapons to Al Assad regime as well ! this is the Syrians right as per the international law?

  59. Mour Iris
    March 27, 2012

    Salute Clooney,,, same movement required for Syria …. Syrians and oppositions are really capable to end the crackdown of dictator Al Assad’s gang troops. We are only seeking your support to prevent arrival of Russian weapons to Al Assad regime as well ! this is the Syrians right as per the international law?

  60. LEIGH HOOVER
    April 4, 2012

    WE SHOULD ALL TAKE A STAND AGAINST THESE INJUSTICES AND SEE THAT PRISONERS ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE TREATED DECENTLY. WE ARE NOT ANIMALS AND NEITHER ARE THEY.
    L.HOOVER

  61. LEIGH HOOVER
    April 4, 2012

    WE SHOULD ALL TAKE A STAND AGAINST THESE INJUSTICES AND SEE THAT PRISONERS ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE TREATED DECENTLY. WE ARE NOT ANIMALS AND NEITHER ARE THEY.
    L.HOOVER

  62. Moran lowiq b. eeghuzzar
    April 14, 2012

    Hey Big George! You one bad actor! C’mon a-my house, c’mon a-my house, gonna give you candy!

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