inhuman treatment

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Noun1.inhuman treatment - a cruel actinhuman treatment - a cruel act; a deliberate infliction of pain and suffering
abuse, ill-treatment, ill-usage, maltreatment - cruel or inhumane treatment; "the child showed signs of physical abuse"
impalement - the act of piercing with a sharpened stake as a form of punishment or torture
atrocity, inhumanity - an act of atrocious cruelty
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Bounderby for your son, after your unnatural and inhuman treatment of him.
Yet the Palestinian people continue to suffer humiliating and absolutely inhuman treatment at the hands of the occupying power, he added.
The spokesman appealed to the Amnesty International and other world human rights organizations to take cognizance of the plight of the illegally detained Kashmiris and the inhuman treatment meted out to them by the jail authorities.
Like many others, I have also watched the painful scenes, including the body of the dead Syrian child lying face down on the Turkish shores and the inhuman treatment of the Hungarian authorities toward the Syrian refugees.
The Ala-Too square of Bishkek will host a rally to protect children from violence, pedophilia, and inhuman treatment on March 4.
According to Amnesty International, torture and other forms of inhuman treatment of police detainees continue in the Philippines even as the country passed the Anti-Torture Law of 2009 or Republic Act 9745.
Inhuman treatment was meted out to him for over 10 days.
On this day we also encourage the forthcoming government to commit itself to sign the Optional Protocol to further prevent torture and other inhuman treatment or punishment in this country," said EU Special Representative Ambassador Franz Michael Mellbin.
Physicians for Human right Organization reported that the prisoners are facing inhuman treatment at the Israeli hospitals.
He alleged that dozens have died in prisons over the past few years as a result of torture and inhuman treatment by prison guards.
Violations the COI is investigating are those related to the right to food, prison camps, torture and inhuman treatment, arbitrary detention, freedom of expression, freedom of movement, the right to life and enforced disappearances, including abduction of foreign nationals.
UN said that the violations are related to the right to food, those associated with prison camps, torture and inhuman treatment, arbitrary detention, discrimination, freedom of expression, the right to life, freedom of movement, and enforced disappearances, including in the form of abductions of nationals of other states.