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Gabriella Blum and Martha Minow

The Israeli model for detainee rights

By Gabriella Blum and Martha Minow
October 18, 2006

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BEFORE ENACTING the ``Detainee Bill " (otherwise known as the Military Commissions Act) two weeks ago, Congress should have spent more time learning from the Israeli experience. Compared with Israel's security measures during a long and difficult experience with terrorism, the US Congress has gone too far in its willingness to compromise human rights and civil liberties. Security considerations, as ... (Full article: 735 words)

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