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I don't understand why all those countries - who have committed to abolishing it in the long-term - don't take any steps to fulfil their promises. In this regards, it is truly a 'broken promise'.
Bring back the death penalty. Nothing shows the value of human life more than the loss of one's own for the taking of another's. Doing away with the death penalty has only cheapened the value of human life.
Why does this report not name the repeated and structural violence against homosexuals in the Netherlands. There are still so many manners to refuse homosexual in the social traffic of society through avoiding the Law that concerned the discriminations. Why does this report name the pardon regulation meanwhile it appeared that many of them that in comment came for amnesty were no refugees, but immigrants for which the Netherlands is not arranged . Why give men permission to establish in the Netherlands, meanwhile is known that they may turn against homosexuals through their belief.
In the Amsterdam municipal council an Islamlady has been entrusted with the execution of measures concerning the emancipations of homosexuals, but gave to know she dislikes gay men on ground of her belief?
Why is in this report no charge processes against the Pope who refuses gays to enter the seminars?
its definit that death penality makes others fear of doing crime, although each it have an influence, sme like the influence of media and all. newer psychological betterment is best than punishment, in a gross looking into crime we see that there is not the problem of the person who did that(crime). so its better that lets work for the best to change the social setting much more harmonius, than applying all this type of brutal punishments.
I remember reading in the book by Simon Wiesenthal that he did not beileve any human had the right to determine anyone elses right to live or die. If a Holocause survivor felt this way, the why don't we?
This report covers the period January to December 2007.