Amnesty for Occupation?
By Ashley Smith; August 11, 2012 – Znet
MOST PEOPLE associate Amnesty International with challenging torture, protesting the death penalty and agitating for the liberation of political prisoners. On top of these important campaigns, Amnesty has over the last decade opposed the Iraq war and demanded the closure of America’s concentration camp in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
So antiwar activists in Chicago were shocked during last May’s NATO Summit to find that Amnesty International USA had plastered city bus stops with ads declaring: “Human Rights for Women and Girls in Afghanistan: NATO, Keep the Progress Going!”
Article source: http://mostlywater.org/amnesty_occupation