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SUICIDE OF YEMENI Blogger NASHWAN GHANEM due to Organized Stalking Activities and Electromagnetic Harassment

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Yemeni Blogger Nashwan Ghanem Committed Suicide Due to Organized Stalking Activities and Electromagnetic Harassment
In mid October, 2010, Yemeni blogger and human rights activist Nashwan Ghanem committed suicide due to organized stalking activities and electromagnetic harassment. Having examined his blogs posthumously, I realized that he had suffered intensive organized stalking and electromagnetic harassment that forced him to death as a choice. The victim had described the organized stalking in his blogs. Some translated examples are the following:
1-    “I have come back today from Sana’a through a very, very difficult journey full of intensive security stalking from one bus to another,”
2-    “The authority has used all methods of pressure it has and all ways of forgery and falsehood. It set up a military checkpoint in my area whose main duty is to chase me. Also, today, they chased me with Saudi-numberplated cars, with the handicapped and with military patrols,”
3-    “Any internet café I enter, its owners start to 1) turn up the loudspeakers to the maximum, and 2) open the windows of the café…. Whenever I walk along the street or sit down in a cafeteria, all windows of homes get opened. What is this that happens to a blogger?”
He had described the harassment he was facing. He also had sent appeals to human rights organizations including Amnesty International. Please see this page:
Nashwan was aware of the harassment activities but he was wondering because they seem to be very strange and victims do not get support. He could describe them but could not name them. I believe that all this was done in coordination with the mind control/electromagnetic harassment which drove Nashwan to commit suicide with a rifle at his rural area after he was forced to leave the capital city of Sana’a due to intensive covert harassment.  He did not know about this technology and, therefore, could only describe the apparent harassment that he saw.
Nashwan was a communications engineer and a Yemeni blogger, well-known in the blogging community. He wrote one novel entitled “The Memory of Departure”. I knew about him some time after his death through a friend of mine and started to read his blogs. I tried to outline some instances of his torture whereas he mentioned many forms of harassment.
The increasing number of suicide cases in Yemen is very alarming and many of them are believed to be caused by covert harassment and torture. The number of covert harassment and electromagnetic torture victims is large, and most of them do not get reported. 
The news story about his demise on the Yemeni online news website almasdaronline (in Arabic):
Links to Nashwan’s own blogs:
Please help spread the word, expose these crimes, and stand by fellow victims.
Best Regards,
A Voice from Yemen

Written by rudy2

April 24, 2011 at 09:53

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