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Director of the Prisoners Society in the city, Lafi Nasoura, called on Physicians for Human Rights and the UN Follow-up Committee to investigate the crimes committed against the prisoners in Israeli jails, and immediately intervene to save the life of the boy Sweedan who was arrested and transferred to an unknown location.
I would like to see Richard Sollom, of Physicians for Human Rights, address the issue of my rights regarding having to breath in what I know to be carcogenic fumes from all the daily tyre burnings by the Street Elite of Bahrain.
Physicians for Human Rights funded the study with support from the Open Society Institute/Eastern Africa and the Sudan Aid Fund of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts.
Said Hadas Ziv, Director of Public Outreach, Physicians for Human Rights - Israel, "The lives of these individuals were changed by medical teams and they can now hear.
Please contact Israeli Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), the Right Livelihood award-winner, for more information on how to help release Ahmad.
The Physicians for Human Rights group trained volunteers to survey hundreds of families in Chin state, many of whom said relatives had been killed, raped or forced into slave labor.
Associate Professor of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine; Director, Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture; Member, Advisory Council, Physicians for Human Rights); See PHYSICIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, LEAVE NO MARKS: ENHANCED INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES AND THE RISK OF CRIMINALITY 5 (2007), available at http://physiciansforhumanrights.
As her group " Physicians for Human Rights Israel " prepared to receive the annual Right Livelihood Award, Ruchama Marton said the causes of health problems were often political in nature.