Activist: 8.5 Million Algerians Killed in Nuclear Tests by France
TEHRAN (FNA)- The head of Algeria's society for the revolution of national liberation said over 8.5 million Algerians were killed during nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara by France’s colonial system and bodies of the innocent people were thrown into the Seine River.

Abdul Hamid Salaghji said the history of Algeria is filled with cruelties to its nation. On October 17, 1961, 8.5 million Algerians were killed after these innocent people only called for their freedom and shouted: “Long live Algeria", Awd News reported.

The Algerian people who were killed by the colonial system were the legacy of France and its war crimes in Algeria, he said.

French colonial rule destroyed Algeria during 1830 to 1962 and committed war crimes.

Salaghji called these actions against the innocent people of Algeria by French legal institutions, army, police and in total, French integrated colonialism. One of the worst crime by European colonial systems including France, Spain, Europe and … against the people of Algeria was that they beheaded 12,000 Algerians.

French colonialists also used nuclear explosions in Algeria that led France to join International Atomic Energy Agency, and the Algerians have suffered from the effects of nuclear tests which led to different kinds of disease and cancers, Salaghi added.

The head of the society for the revolution martyrs of national liberation referring to the issue said that they have estimated the number of martyrs will reach one and a half million and some of them were martyred without trial that Algeria wasn’t able to find their names and even the location of their bodies.

Salaghji also asserted that the case of French crimes against the people of Algeria should be investigated at the International Court of Justice.

“Unfortunately, this cannot be done, because France has not signed the Treaty of Rome,” he added.

He said: “in 1963, Marshall Algerian lawyer tried to resume the case of France’s colonial crimes in the Court of Paris. But the case was rejected because of the above reasons. Meanwhile, the society was seeking a way out in the case of May 8, 1945. But it can’t also be done because France signed the Amnesty Law for covering crimes committed in 1964.”
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ツルシ・ガッバード:Media & establishment push for regime change but ignore consequences – Tulsi Gabbard


Media & establishment push for regime change but ignore consequences – Tulsi Gabbard
Most media outlets and politicians often ignore the deadly consequences of US regime change policy, including the rise of Islamic State, according to Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).
“I think that there has been a concerted effort both on the part of some in the media, as well as many in politics, and many in our foreign policy establishment seem to have been advocating for a continuance of these regime change wars, really ignoring the fact of what has been the consequence of these wars in countries like Iraq and Libya and Syria, where each time we have waged these wars, [it] has resulted in the strengthening of terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda or the creation of ISIS [Islamic State, IS, formerly ISIL], and it has resulted in a tremendous amount of suffering and death for the people of these countries,” said Gabbard at a press conference, answering a question from RT’s Caleb Maupin.

Gabbard’s remarks come as the Hawaiian representative, who is a former Iraq war veteran herself, tries to build support for the Stop Arming Terrorists Act that she introduced in Congress in January of this year. The bill would prohibit the US from backing armed factions linked to terrorist groups such as IS, Al-Qaeda, and the Al-Nusra Front. It is based on legislation from the 1980s that aimed to stop the CIA from illegally arming the Contra rebels during Nicaragua’s civil war.

“We must stop this madness,” Gabbard said speaking before Congress back in December, stressing, “We must stop arming terrorists.”

The bill has only been supported by 14 other lawmakers so far, however – six Democrats and eight Republicans. A companion bill has also been put forward in the Senate by Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky.

In January, Gabbard set out on a fact-finding mission in Syria, where she visited Damascus and Aleppo. While there, she met with Syrian students, entrepreneurs, academics, aid workers, religious leaders and members of the opposition. She said some of them told her they felt that the originally peaceful anti-government protests in 2011 were hijacked by jihadists “funded and supported by Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, the United States.”

“Their message to the American people was powerful and consistent: There is no difference between ‘moderate’ rebels and Al-Qaeda (Al-Nusra) or ISIS − they are all the same,” Gabbard wrote in a blog post, describing the essence of the Syrian conflict as “a war between terrorists under the command of groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda and the Syrian government.”
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