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Critics Say Bush Military Tribunals Will Be Kangaroo Courts

Critics Say Bush Military Tribunals Will Be Kangaroo Courts
 http://www.wpkn.org/betweenthelines/index.html
Interview by Scott Harris.

FOR THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 30, 2001
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FOR THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 30, 2001

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This week we present Between The Lines' summary of
under-reported news stories and:

(1) Critics Say Bush Military Tribunals Will Be
Kangaroo Courts
 http://www.wpkn.org/betweenthelines/index.html
Interview by Scott Harris.

Kit Gage, coordinator of the National Coalition to
Protect Political
Freedom, who explains why she opposes these recent
executive orders
which bypass Congress, rejecting the argument that
these extraordinary
measures are required to effectively fight the war
against terrorism.

(2) Groups Work to Pass Legislation Ensuring Women
Have Role in
Rebuilding Afghanistan
 http://www.wpkn.org/betweenthelines/index.html
Interview by Denise Manzari.

Ritu Sharma is the executive director of Women's Edge,
a D.C.-based
organization working to pressure the Bush
administration to support the
resolution. She spoke about the necessity for women to
fully participate
in the rebuilding of Afghanistan.

(3) Have the Sept. 11th Attacks Derailed the Global
Social Justice
Movement?
 http://www.wpkn.org/betweenthelines/index.html
Interview by Scott Harris.

Author and spiritual activist Starhawk, who led
non-violence trainings
at the Ottawa actions, and was briefly detained with
dozens of others at
the U.S.-Canadian border, she says, due to her
activist past. She
reports from Ottawa on how the Sept. 11th terror
attacks have affected
the organizing and agenda of the global social justice
movement.

(4) This week's summary of under-reported news
 http://www.wpkn.org/betweenthelines/index.html
Compiled by Bob Nixon and Rich Fraser

- Since the second Intifada, paying work has been hard
to find, creating
an exodus
of young, educated Palestinians.
- Next front against global terrorism could be in the
jungles of
southeast Asia.
- Canadian researchers have developed a
genetically-engineered pig to
reduce problems associated with manure, a major source
of water
pollution, but environmental groups want the swine
squelched.

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