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New Book - American War Crimes Invite Terrorist Attacks: Geneva Convention Violations Identified

Terrorists are motivated to attack the United States for a reason. That reason is that the American government violates the Geneva Conventions and related agreements, particularly by harming innocent civilians in war. Yet most Americans are unaware.

PRLog - Mar. 11, 2011 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Torture, murder, illegal war, the slaughter of thousands of innocents, abuse of child prisoners—these are only a few of 269 war crimes committed during the Bush administration, which rolled over to the Obama administration on January 20, 2009.

The book, by Nobel Peace Prize nominee Michael Haas, summarizes the tragic events of the Bush administration, as documented in the author’s George W. Bush, War Criminal? The Bush Administration’s Liability for 269 War Crimes (2009), and brings the situation up to date as of mid-2010.

Titles of some of 47 chapters are as follows:

• Bogus “War Crimes Trial” Characterization at Guantánamo
• Georgian and Russian War Crimes Ape the Superpower
• A Trial That Was on Trial: Who Were the Real War Criminals at Guantánamo?
• Members of the Bush Administration Fear Prosecution
• Accounting for War Crimes of the Bush Administration Through a Truth Commission
• Guantánamo’s Villains and Hogan’s Heroes
• Twelve Myths in Bush’s “War on Terror”
• Children as Unlamented Victims of Bush’s War Crimes
• Did Barack Obama Become a War Criminal When He Became President?
• Obama’s Executive Orders Fall Short of Stopping War Crimes
• Military Action in Afghanistan and Pakistan Ignores War Crimes
• Pentagon Defies Obama on Guantánamo
• War in Afghanistan Haunted by Bush’s War Crimes
• Refugees at Guantánamo Await Resettlement
• Bush's War Crimes Legacy Confronts Obama as a Public Health Nightmare
• Memo Implicates Judge Bybee as a War Criminal
• Repudiated Bradbury Memos Ignored the Geneva Conventions
• The Focus on Torture: A Diversion from War Crimes Against Children and Unjustified Murder?
• Are the Words “War Crimes” Taboo Today?
• How to Close Guantánamo Without Using Makeshift Tribunals
• Worse than Waterboarding: Looking Forward Requires Looking Backward
• Washington’s Hypocrisy About Displaying Prisoners
• Bush’s Justice Department: Machiavellian or Mengelian?
• Truth Commission Hearing in Malaysia Ignored by the American Press
• Obama Tries to Rewrite History
• Obama’s Plan Regarding Bush Era War Crimes
• A Nation of Cowards
• Bush’s “Poodle Dog” Tony Blair Is Accused of War Crimes in The Ghost Writer
• Rumsfeld Charged with War Crimes in a Chicago Court
• Why Did a Pakistani-Born American Citizen Want to Kill Americans?
• Conclusion: Ignoring the Victims

Nonfiction; viii + 306 p.; includes bibliography & index
paperbound (ISBN 13 978-0-615-39982-9) $20.00;
hardcover (ISBN 10 0-6153-9982-7) $50.00
PDF file $10.00

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