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  1. please tell me this is not true!!

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  2. Salam,
    It's true else al-ghad wont publish it; I wasn't in shock when I read it but actually I was shocked because I never expected such issue to be published.

    Unfortunately, Patrols in Jordan thinks they are Gladiators and they have the right to abuse anyone and this because the corrupted system of public security directorate

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  3. Very Sad...
    Even if the story is exagerated, there must be some truth to it.. This is a big question mark on whether we can trust our security system... sad...

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  4. Sari S. Al-HiariJuly 24, 2006 at 9:33 PM

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    ???? ??? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?????? ???????!

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  5. deer balak tenketel zayoo ... many many more unpublished!!!!!!!!

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  6. I was told a story about some guy who was grabbed by a couple of policemen during a basketball match between al-ahli and some other team. I heard that he was shoved in the police van where they beat him until he needed to be hospitalized. Later, I heard that the policemen who beat him claimed that he had insulted the king.

    Plicemen abuse their powers and the tools they are given everyday all over the world. Almost every other month, there's a story in the US about police brutality against very young or elderly people, especially lately with the use of taser guns.

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  7. Sari S. Al-HiariJuly 25, 2006 at 4:06 AM

    May I suggest a permenant blog to follow on these cases to expose those police men who abuse their trust.

    What do you think Jad?

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  8. The Yakuza,
    I don't think it's exaggerated at least because it's published in local newspaper whose responsible for every piece of text they publish.

    Well, it's pretty hard question but I guess we still can trust them but a Jordanian citizen must get educated about his rights in such situations; I'm pretty sure this story were publish and discussed just because the aggrieved man was a lawyer so he know his rights.

    Sari,
    The problem isn't in them but in us; and by us I mean we are the families of these people, a patrol might be your cousin or mine, your friend or mine and since the government failed to educate them about social relations and human rights we should keep talking about such issue inside every house; sure it will take ages to change such mentality but at the end you are changing your people as I hate looking at them as enemy.

    I agree that they are just a tool but I wonder why they don't use their brains; I mean there is basic things they should think of, I've had very bad experience in Zahran Police station, They insists to transfer a foreign employee who work for us even all of his papers are legal and up to date, they were like "We want you to begg more to get your employee free" few minutes after couple of phone calls they apologized and freed him, but why? really why they had to deal with it like this way ? they are really uneducated and feel isolated from this society.


    Haytham,
    Indeed, many more unpublished but publishing such piece of news makes me happy and sad at the same time; happy because aggrieved knows his rights, second because there was a newspaper that felt it's one of it's responsibilities to publish this news; Sad because this shouldn't happen.

    Hamzeh N,
    Amazing story you are telling; however I think there is some missing parts as I'm pretty sure it's not easy to hold guilty of accusing the majesty to abuse someone

    Sari S. Al-Hiary,
    It's a brilliant idea, but it's not easy to collect such information without have access to it; you need to be journalist or well connected with journalist, not to mention that you will be responsible on every piece you publish, therefore you need to have trusted source

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  9. ???? ???? ???? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ????? ???????? ?????? ?? ????? ????? ???? ??????

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  10. Ya3ni for a bunch of sick bastards from the whole force, you're blaming ALL of them for being "Sogga6" w "Hamal" -- talk about generalising.

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  11. Omar,
    There is no generalization at all; I'm talking about the patrols who abuses their power.

    In case it was generalized then it's a mistake but it has less effect than their mistake.

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