David (UK) April 18, 2012, 16:34
“Amnesty International is primarily motivated not by human rights but by publicity. Second comes money. Third comes getting more members. Fourth, internal turf battles. And then finally, human rights, genuine human rights concerns. To be sure, if you are dealing with a human rights situation in a country that is at odds with the United States or Britain, it gets an awful lot of attention, resources, man and womanpower, publicity, you name it, they can throw whatever they want at that. But if it’s dealing with violations of human rights by the United States, Britain, Israel, then it’s like pulling teeth to get them to really do something on the situation. They might, very reluctantly and after an enormous amount of internal fightings and battles and pressures, you name it. But you know, it’s not like the official enemies list.”

This lack of reaction, to the comments of Francis Boyle, suggest that that Amnesty International is a No-Go Area for debate. Are they really behond questioning?
US April 18, 2012, 16:31
Please be careful, what you are doing is right for all people, I feel you are a great man like many before you who stood for truth and justice, silenced by the so called patriotic people who are trying to carve a government not for the people but a government of controling the people, I hope that people will take this serious and open their minds and their eyes. We The People of the United States of America.
Ture Sjolander April 18, 2012, 16:30
Having conversations with the guests is much better than making interviews. Interviews is obsolete.
I hope Julian have the flexibility to make every meeting different and avoid this old corny journalistic modul of; me asking, you answer.
Let it flow, naturally. Play on one single issue or subject with each individual guest.
That shall give a win win situation and it will make all the standard journalists to burst of envy, they already have shown.
Pierre (South Africa) April 18, 2012, 16:24
This show was a great idea. Can’t wait to see more. In my country, Mandela was once branded as a traitor and worse. History proved him to be a hero. Keep doing good work Julian.
Pod April 18, 2012, 16:19
Bg Indiawrote on April 18, 2012, 16:12
Please post a full transcript of the interview in English and share.

Damon April 18, 2012, 16:19
It is about time someone has enough guts to tell about the crimes that governments are doing, They have to long gotten away with crimes against other countries in the name of democracy when they really no longer care about it. If I had the same availability to resourses as Assange I would do the exact same thing, I support Assange and hope he brings the whole thing down around thier heads. Truth, Justice, and Freedom for all.
Bg India April 18, 2012, 16:12
Please post a full transcript of the interview in English and share.
Syeef April 18, 2012, 16:10
Julian Assange is NOT a traitor... his Government is the Traitor for selling him out!
shahid April 18, 2012, 15:51
Excellent interview, Nasrallah is honest. I hope syrian opposition will listen and not get trapped by zionist/saudi plans, what good they have done so far.
Last section was amazing, will listen to it again.
nas April 18, 2012, 15:33
Good on you mr Assang , looking forward to see more.long live