Petition to Angela Merkel (CDU), Angela Merkel, Barack Obama, Theresa May, Donald Trump
Führende der Welt: Handeln Sie jetzt und retten Sie unsere Leben in Aleppo!
Ich bin einer der allerletzten Ärzte, die sich noch um die 300.000 verbliebenen Menschen im östlichen Aleppo kümmern. Jeden Tag werden hier Gräueltaten verübt. Das syrische Regime und russische Kampfjets greifen systematisch zivile Ziele und Krankenhäuser überall in der Stadt an. Ich habe sowohl dem ehemaligen US-Präsident Obama und Kanzlerin Merkel einen offenen Brief geschrieben, um ihnen mitzuteilen, was in Aleppo passiert. Ich bat sie darum, ihren Einfluss zu nutzen, um uns zu helfen. Aber die Antwort ist die gleiche wie die letzten fünf Jahre: Merkel schweigt und aus dem Weißen Haus kommt nur eine müde Verurteilung der Vorfälle. Weder Obama noch Merkel zeigten ernsthafte Bemühungen, um die verbrecherischen Angriffe gegen Zivilisten und Krankenhäuser zu unterbinden. Darum habe ich diese Petition gestartet habe. Die Führende der Welt hören nicht auf meine Stimme allein. Aber wenn Sie mich unterstützen? Machen Sie mit und wir sind so laut, dass sie uns nicht mehr ignorieren können! Sechs Jahre lang mussten wir mitansehen, wie zahllose Patienten, Freunde und Kollegen grausam und qualvoll ums Leben kamen. Sechs Jahre lang hat die Weltgemeinschaft zugesehen und nur davon gesprochen, wie „komplex“ die Lage in Syrien ist. Sechs Jahre lang hat die Weltgemeinschaft so gut wie nichts unternommen, um uns zu helfen. Im letzten Monat gab es 42 Angriffe auf medizinische Einrichtungen in Syrien, 15 davon waren Krankenhäuser, in denen meine Kollegen und ich arbeiten. Mit dieser Häufigkeit an Angriffen könnte unsere medizinische Versorgung in Aleppo bereits in einem Monat komplett zerstört werden. Dann würde man 300.000 Menschen ohne medizinische Versorgung sterben lassen. Was meinen Kollegen und mir die größten Kopfschmerzen bereitet, ist zu entscheiden, wer lebt und wer stirbt. Kleine Kinder kommen manchmal so schwer verletzt in die Notaufnahme, dass wir sie abweisen müssen, um denen zu helfen, die höhere Überlebenschancen haben. Oder wir müssen sie abweisen, weil wir einfach nicht die nötige Ausstattung haben, um ihnen zu helfen. Vor einer Woche starben vier neugeborene Babys, sie erstickten, weil eine Explosion die Sauerstoffzufuhr unterbrochen hatte. Sie starben, bevor sie überhaupt leben konnten. Trotz des alltäglichen Horrors haben wir beschlossen, hier zu bleiben. Wir haben uns derer verschrieben, die in Not sind. Es ist unsere Pflicht, hier zu bleiben und zu helfen. Alles, was wir jetzt verlangen, ist, dass es uns die Führenden der Welt gleich tun und ihre Pflicht wahrnehmen. Wir brauchen weder ihre Tränen, noch ihre Sympathie oder Gebete, wir brauchen ihre Taten. Sie müssen beweisen, dass sie Freunde der syrischen Bevölkerung sind. Bitte unterstützen Sie unseren Aufruf. Fordern Sie gemeinsam mit uns die Führende der Welt auf, die Menschen in Aleppo zu retten.
Petition to Prof. Mark Baker, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Mark Baker - Centre for Guidelines - NICE
Stop harming ME/CFS patients - take CBT/GET out of NICE guidelines NOW.
NICE has promised to review its current guidelines on ME/CFS, which is not scheduled to be completed until 2020. Meanwhile it has left the current guidelines in place, despite the recommendations for treatments that are known to be harmful. Stop harming patients. Take CBT/GET out of ME/CFS guidelines now! Continuing to recommend GET in the face of evidence of harm amounts to MEDICAL ABUSE and VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. See the evidence for harm here: http://iacfsme.org/PDFS/Reporting-of-Harms-Associated-with-GET-and-CBT-in.aspx http://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/hWSxVIBTzDtqisvafkhE/full https://emerge.org.au/diagnosis/managing-symptoms-daily-basis/exercise-mecfs/#.WrttC4jwaUk See the Parliamentary debate on the PACE trial and the harms of GET here: http://bit.ly/2oi5b1t
Petition to H.E. MR. ANTONIO GUTERRES, Adama Dieng, Farhan Haq Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General haqf>at, Cyril Ramaphosa
END FARM MURDERS IN SOUTH AFRICA
PETITION TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UN, H.E. MR. ANTONIO GUTERRES TO END FARM MURDERS IN SOUTH AFRICA 26 October 2017 His Excellency, Mr Antonio Guterres, my name is Louis Michael Green and I am a pastor and a concerned citizen from Kraaifontein, Cape Town, South Africa. I am appealing to you to use your influence in the UN and throughout the world to help us in South Africa to end the scourge of farm killings in our country. We must end farm murders in South Africa before it is too late. Farmers throughout South Africa produce our fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat and without them, our nation will starve. At first, when I started this petition, I had one signature, my own. I was aiming for 100,000 signatures for this petition when I started but as a result of the fantastic response, i.e. 115,000 signatures in 6 days, I have decided to increase the target to 200,000 supporters. The huge response to my petition to STOP FARM MURDERS is an indication of the urgency of the matter and the public outcry in South Africa. At first, I intended to take the petition to the State President, Mr. Jacob Zuma, and our Minister of Police, but after much prayer and thinking, and after receiving hundreds of messages from farmers, family members who lost loved ones and many petitioners, I have decided to take our petition directly to you at THE UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK, the USA, and ask for an audience with you, the SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS, H.E. Mr Antonio Guterrez. Many of my petitioners believe it would be a waste of our time to take the petition to the State President, Mr Jacob Zuma, because he has done nothing about the farm murders since his election and he continues to do nothing. It would be a similar waste of time to take the petition to the Minister of Police, Mr. Fikile Mbalula, because he has been critical of the mass action on Black Monday, 30th of October, 2017, and he has not released the specific statistics of farm attacks and murders. We have great confidence in you as the Secretary-General of the United Nations, that you will be able to place our petition on the international agenda. If it is possible to have an independent commission of inquiry from the Commissioner of Human Rights violations into the FARM MURDERS in South Africa, we would also greatly appreciate this. We would, in the meantime, also petition our own government to demand an independent commission of inquiry into farm murders to investigate the root causes of such murders and a response from the present government (from the Ministry of Police) on what will be done to stop these murders with immediate effect. We will, however, not hand over the names of the 125,000 petitioners to the state for fear that the petitioners would be intimidated. However, we could say in our petition to our government that we refer to the 125,000 petitioners as verified by the Secretary-General of the United Nations and that the record is kept at the UN that would verify the veracity of the amount of our petitioners. I was encouraged when I saw what a young South African, Talitha Basson was doing when she mobilized thousands of farmers almost on her own using Facebook to mobilize them to united action in a march to Cape Town on 30th of October, 2017. We are mindful that all murders everywhere in South Africa are reprehensible and should be stopped. Every murder, irrespective where it happens, is regrettable. However, the murder of farmers in our country does not only impact the loss of life but also has a snowball effect of robbing our nation of its food security. I am planning to follow the correct Parliamentary procedures to get this letter and the petition to the Speaker of Parliament, so I will seek out the help of an M.P. who bears the same burden, to also submit our petition to our own Parliament in South Africa. This matter has been debated in Parliament on several occasions without any effect. This is the reason why I felt we should appeal to international organs, like the UN. Perhaps, our government will give this matter its most urgent attention when our petition reaches your office and if it can be arranged our South African delegation coming to see you in New York would love an opportunity to discuss our report with the dossier containing our claims of human rights abuses with the UNHCR. I and all my petitioners trust God for a positive outcome to all our endeavours. Be Blessed Kind Regards Senior Suffragan Bishop Louis Michael Green A concerned South African Citizen Affiliated to The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, South Africa
Petition to Theresa May MP, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, David Cameron MP, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Tim Farron MP
Free Nazanin Ratcliffe
My wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 37 year old charity worker, was on holiday visiting her family in Iran. She was at the airport returning to the UK on the 3rd April when she was detained by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. She has been transferred to an unknown location in Kerman Province, 1,000 kilometres south of Tehran, and is being held in solitary confinement. Gabriella Ratcliffe our 22 month old daughter (who has British citizenship only) has had her British passport confiscated, and is stranded in Iran with her grandparents. Nazanin has not been allowed to access a lawyer or her daughter. She has not been able to call out of the country to speak to me, her British husband, and the Red Cross have not been able to make contact. There have been no charges. Nazanin has informed her family that she has been required to sign a confession under duress, its content unknown. Her family have been informed that the investigation relates to an issue of ‘national security’. It is hard to understand how a young mother and her small child on holiday could be considered an issue of national security. She has been to Iran to visit her family regularly since making Britain her home. Nazanin currently works as a project manager for the Thomson-Reuters Foundation; which delivers charitable projects around the world. It does not work in Iran. Nazanin has now been in solitary confinement for over 30 days. Please help bring my wife and daughter home by signing my petition calling on our Prime Minister Theresa May to use her power and intervene.
Petition to Canterbury City Council, Deborah Upton
Allow an old man the simple pleasure of a hobby and re-instate his Amateur Radio Antenna
When we began petitioning we understood from Channel 5 that Armando Martins who is an elderly man living alone, had the antenna he relied on for his hobby radio station removed. This was at the request of his neighbours and by order of the Canterbury City Council. We wanted his antenna to be fully re-instated. A year later, after identifying what went wrong, his rights and a blanket ban applying to him alone, he is now operational, but not quite fully re-instated. He moved under his own steam to a site where he can operate from with a promise that the housing department would check that planning permission would be available. He is now struggling to understand why his planning application is being held up by the planning committee. We will find out on 9th January 2018. While we were working with Armando we also listened to our petitioners, some of whom had similar experiences. We therefore now want recognition that there is a problem when the planning process can be abused for the gratification of mischievous neighbours and untrained council workers. We want that facility removed from the process, not only for the benefit of the target of the abuse, but to save council officials wasting time when there are more important issues to resolve. All of our reports are here: http://strugl.org/the-armando-martins-campaign/
Petition to Council of the European Union, UK Parliament, European Parliament, President of the United States, European Commission, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, Theresa May MP, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Justin Trudeau, Lord Nazir Ahmed
Ban beef and all leather products from India
We, on behalf of Council for Protection of Civil Rights, UK, urge you to demand Government of India to bring an immediate end to mob-lynching and give justice to the victims by punishing the culprits and giving compensation to the family of each victim. We sincerely urge immediate ban on beef import from India and import of all leather products from beef by the United Kingdom, European Union, United States of America, Canada and all civilised nations of the world. Cows are held sacred by Hindu community in North India but big business houses involved in the beef trade are instigating hatred against the minority community in the name of beef, and they continue to make huge profits by exporting beef. We have to show our resentment on genocide and hate crimes being committed in India by the right wing fascist party and its allied terror organisations. We urge issuance of urgent travel advisory against travel to India in light of lynching on suspicion of eating beef and carrying beef.We demand a total ban on right wing terror organisations from collecting donations in USA, European Union, Canada and Great Britain.In already reported cases, more than twenty Muslims have been killed in various parts of the country. Most of them were killed for allegedly eating or storing beef. Some of them have been killed by rumours that they were transporting cows to slaughter houses or for being potential cow-thieves. In none of these cases, the culprits have been brought to book. More alarmingly, in most of the cases, the victims themselves have been implicated in false charges and continually harassed. To cite just one example, Muhammed Akhlaq was lynched in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh on 28th September 2015 for allegedly storing beef. Rather than bringing the culprits to the book, what unfolded in later months at Dadri was more horrifying. A case was filed against the family for allegedly killing a calf, and the family was continuously harassed. They had to finally flee the village and now are living in Delhi.What is more troubling about recent mob-lynching incidents is that these killings are not just about the cow. On 23rd June, a 16-year-old Hafiz Junaid was lynched by a mob in the train while he and his friends were travelling from Delhi to Ballbgarh, Haryana after Eid-shopping. They were attacked by a mob calling communal slurs, pulling their beard and throwing down their skull-caps. What is more horrifying is that neither the co-passengers nor even those on the platforms admitted to seeing anything. In another terrifying incident, Muhammed Salman was shot at by the local police just outside his house. The police have not been able to give any satisfactory explanation for the shooting so far.Here we are attaching a list of people who have been lynched so far; some names might still be missing as they were not reported by mainstream media. 1. 2 June 2014: Mohsin Sadiq Shaikh, 24 years, beaten to death in Pune.2. 5 March 2015: Syed Sarif Uddin Khan, lynched by the mob for alleged rape in Dimapur, Nagaland.3. 30 May 2015: Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, 60 years, a government contractor for cow-carcass disposal lynched in Rajasthan. 4. 28 September 2015: Mohammad Akhlaq, 50 years, lynched in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh5. 9 October 2015: Zahid Rasool Bhatt, 16, died in a bomb attack on his truck in Udhampur.6. 16 October 2015: Noman Akhtar, 28 years, lynched in Himachal Pradesh for transporting cows.7. 2 November 2015: Mohammed Hamsad Ali, 55, lynched by villagers in Manipur over allegations of calf-theft8. 19 February 2016: Muslim cops thrashed and forced to chant `Jai Bhawani' in Latur, Maharashtra9. 18 March 2016: Suspected "cattle traders" Mohammad. Majloom, 35 years, and Inayatullah Khan, 12, hanged in Latehar, Jharkhand.10. 1 April 2017: Pehlu Khan died of injuries after being attacked in Alwar, Rajasthan11. 15 April 2017: Suspected cattle traders Abu Hanifa and Riazuddin Ali Killed for allegedly stealing cattle in Assam12. 2 May 2017: Ghulam Mohammad, 45 years old, killed for allegedly "helping" an inter-faith couple in Bulandshahr13. 6 May 2017: Salman Abdul, 25 years, beaten and run over by a vehicle at Bhopal.14. May 2017: assault on Muslim youths in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh.15. 22 May 2017: Munna Ansari, 39 years, lynched in Jharkhand on "child lifter" rumour16. 26 May 2017: Two traders thrashed in Malegaon, Maharashtra for allegedly storing beef.17. 7 June 2017: Muslim man attacked in Dhanbad, Jharkhand on suspicion he was taking beef to an Iftaar.18. 12 June 2017: Tamil Nadu animal husbandry dept. officials transporting cattle in trucks attacked in Barmer.19. 16 June 2017: Zaffar Hussein lynched in Pratapgarh Rajasthan for trying to protect women.20. 23 June 2017: Hafiz Junaid lynched, 3 thrashed over beef rumours in Ballabhgarh, Haryana.21. 23 June 2017: Nasirul Haq, Mohammed Samiruddin, Mohammed Nasir lynched by a mob in West Bengal, 23 June22. 23 June 2017. Mohammad Salman, 25 years, shot dead by local police outside his house.23. 27 June 2017: Usman Ansari, thrashed and his house set on fire when a dead cow was found outside his house. 24. 29 June 2017: Aleemuddin (also known as Asghar Ansari) lynched by a mob affiliated to Hindu right-wing on the allegation of carrying beef in his car in broad daylight in BJP ruled state, Jharkhand. This gory list is growing every day and brutal lynchings in the name of cow protection show no sign of stopping. Also look at the story done by journalist Asad Ashraf, where Bajrang Dal Members are confessing to killing Pehlu Khan in Rajasthan. These groups are enjoying political patronage from right-wing BJP government of India. We are alarmed at the insecurity and threat to Muslims' lives in various parts of the country through lynch-mobs. The organisations like these should be put on the list of terrorist organisations. We urge you to put pressure on Government of India take meaningful steps to bring in stringent laws to rein mob-lynching and give justice to the victims. We demand that the culprits behind this targeted violence be immediately brought to book and be given severe punishments. Peaceful demonstrations in India have not been effective in getting the government in combatting and controlling violence and hate crimes. These hate crimes and a climate of fear are considered politically beneficial to the ruling party and if steps are not taken in time to control, it may result in a full-scale genocide of Muslim minority of India. These aims can be achieved by immediately banning all beef and beef-related products from India and also all related leather products.
Petition to Mr Panos Kammenos, THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, MR MANOLIS KEFALOGIANNIS (MEP)
SUPPORT TO THE GREEK MILITARY OFFICERS HELD PRISONERS IN HOSTILE TURKEY
ΑΠΑΡΑΙΤΗΤΗ ΕΝΗΜΕΡΩΣΗ ΠΡΟΣ ΟΛΟΥΣ ΑΥΤΗ Η ΛΙΣΤΑ ΟΝΟΜΑΤΩΝ ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΗΘΗΚΕ ΓΙΑ ΝΑ ΣΥΜΠΑΡΑΣΤΑΘΕΙ ΗΘΙΚΑ ΚΑΙ ΜΟΝΟ ΣΤΟΥΣ 2 ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ ΣΤΡΑΤΙΩΤΙΚΟΥΣ ΠΟΥ ΣΕ ΔΙΑΤΕΤΑΓΜΕΝΗ ΥΠΗΡΕΣΙΑ ΣΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΟΤΟΥΡΚΙΚΑ ΣΥΝΟΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΥΠΟ ΑΓΝΩΣΤΕΣ ΣΥΝΘΗΚΕΣ ΣΥΝΕΛΗΦΘΗΣΑΝ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΥΡΚΟΥΣ ΚΑΙ ΚΡΑΤΟΥΝΤΑΙ ΣΕ ΣΤΡΑΤΙΩΤΙΚΕΣ ΦΥΛΑΚΕΣ, ΥΠΟ ΑΓΝΩΣΤΕΣ ΣΥΝΘΗΚΕΣ ΣΑΝ ΕΓΚΛΗΜΑΤΙΕΣ ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ ΠΕΜΠΤΗ 01 ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ 18. ΑΠΑΙΤΟΥΜΕ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΚΑ, ΩΣ ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΟΙ ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΝΟΜΟΤΑΓΕΙΣ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΑΜΕΝΟΥΜΕ ΑΜΕΣΑ, ΤΗΝ ΟΥΣΙΑΣΤΙΚΗ ΠΑΡΕΜΒΑΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΚΑΘ ΥΛΗΝ ΑΡΜΟΔΙΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΕΡΙΠΤΩΣΗ, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟΥ ΚΡΑΤΟΥΣ,ΤΟΥ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΟΥ ΚΟΙΝΟΒΟΥΛΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΗΣ ΔΙΕΘΝΟΥΣ ΚΟΙΝΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΓΙΑ ΤΟΝ ΕΠΑΝΑΠΑΤΡΙΣΜΟ ΤΟΥΣ ΜΕ ΑΣΦΑΛΕΙΑ. ΤΟΤΕ ΚΑΙ ΜΟΝΟ ΤΟΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΙΤΗΜΑ ΑΥΤΟ ΔΕΝ ΘΑ ΕΧΕΙ ΛΟΓΟ ΥΠΑΡΞΗΣ. ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΩ ΥΠΟΓΡΑΨΤΕ ΑΥΤΗ ΤΗΝ ΑΙΤΗΣΗ ΣΤΗΝ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΡΙΞΗ ΤΩΝ ΠΑΙΔΙΩΝ ΜΑΣ SEE ENGLISH BELLOW REQUEST: NECESSARY INFORMATION TO ALL ABOUT THIS PETITION THIS PETITION HAS BEEN CREATED TO SYMPATHISE ETHICALLY AND DEMOCRATICALLY ONLY TO HELP 2 GREEK OFFICERS IN MILITARY SERVICE WHO HAVE BEEN CAPTURED WHILE ON DUTY PEACEFULLY PATROLLING THE GREEK -TURKISH BORDERS. THEY WERE ARRESTED UNDER UNKNOWN CONDITIONS BY HOSTILE TURKISH TROOPS AND BEEN ILLEGALLY HELD PRISONERS IN A MILITARY PRISON WITHOUT OFFICIALLY BEEN CHARGED SINCE THURSDAY 01 MARCH 2018. WE THE GREEK PEOPLE REQUIRE DEMOCRATICALLY, AS FREE LEGAL CITIZENS OF GREECE AND EXPECT DIRECTLY, THE IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE FREE WORLD COMMUNITY TO ASSIST EFFECTIVELY FOR THEIR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. THEN AND ONLY THEN THIS PETITION WILL NOT HAVE ANY EXISTENCE. PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION IN SUPPORT OF OUR BOYS