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Suspension of Conscience – by Christopher Hitchens February 15, 2010

Posted by amnestyhaslostitsway in Afghanistan, Christopher Hitchens.
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This organization is precious to me and to millions of other people, including many thousands of men and women who were and are incarcerated and maltreated because of their courage as dissidents and who regained their liberty as a consequence of Amnesty International’s unsleeping work. So to learn of its degeneration and politicization is to be reading about a moral crisis that has global implications.

Read the full article on Slate.

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