Second, international and domestic law tend to conceptualize state torture
in exclusively physical and mental terms.
The corpse of Ismail Aqla al-Amri, 35, was handed back to relatives in Deraa, a victim of state torture
, it said, and dozens more arrests were reported.
JI Ameer condemned the state torture
on the Muslims in Syria and Yemen and called for emergency meetings of the Arab League and the OIC to end the mutual differences of the Muslim Ummah in order to foil the enemy conspiracies.
While I cannot argue the point here, there are good reasons to believe that state torture
is necessarily institutional, and thus the choice to torture logically entails a wide range of sociological and institutional harms.
1) Today, more than two decades later, health professionals in southern Africa face similar challenges as evidence accumulates of both systematic state torture
of political opponents and hesitance of doctors to speak out against human rights abuses that they see daily.
Exposes of state torture
and the chaos caused by multimillion percent inflation have been reported thanks to brave Zimbabwean journalists, determined foreign correspondents (and their Zimbabwean on-the-ground co-reporters and sources), and courageous lawyers.
He too has suffered this violence, and his radicalism, like that of Sayyid Qutb, was hardened and then set in stone through the effects of Egyptian state torture
Government, could contemplate state torture
For Turkey, the tasks range from reducing the influence of the military to eliminating state torture
, and from putting a stop to so-called honour killings to settling tense border disputes.
It takes a historical act of state torture
and says that that was in fact a gift that pleased God.
Irwin Cohen and Raymond Corrado maintain that until this transformation occurs, however, state torture
is used as a means of social control.
But may I direct your attention to Bangladesh, where state torture
is widespread and a blind eye is turned to abuse against Hindus.