An evening of short film, discussion and prison poetry about the Extradition of Talha Ahsan, a British muslim poet & translator who was extradited in October 2012 to solitary confinement after 6 years of detention without trial. Current in pre-trial solitary confinement in Supermax prison in Connecticut.
Witnesses of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo recount their gut-wrenching accounts at the KL War Crimes Tribunal in a film by British journalist Lauren Booth
A man who was arrested at Gatwick Airport has appeared at the Old Bailey charged with a terrorism offence.
Lively discussion and debate on the issues surrounding the Arab spring and how it is regarded today at University of Westminister
Since 26 February 2013, Mahmoud al-Jaidah, a Qatari national, has been in arbitrary detention in the United Arab Emirates.
Academy award-winning film that looks the torture practices of the US in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.
A report released last Monday indicating that U.S. military doctors designed, enabled and engaged in the torture of detainees during both the Bush and Obama administrations highlights the urgency in revitalizing the debate around torture and abuse. The report found that the medical personnel allowed “cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment” of prisoners. –XO
The Cordoba Foundation discusses the definitions, classifications and causes of terrorism in an interview with Moazzam Begg
- Al Qaeda
- War on Terror
- Weapons of Mass Destruction
- September 11
- Soviet Union
- Ahmad Faraz
- Syed Qutb
- Bashar alAssad
- Cordoba Foundation
- definition of terrorism
- French revolution
- Afghan mujahideen
- Malala Yusafzai
- UN Conventions Against Torture
More Syria-related police raids but no evidence of threat to UK
The prevent strategy: a cradle to grave police-state
Julian Assange: 'it's not just the Muslims'
CAGE releases new report on government counter-terorrism excesses
CAGE letter published in Evening Standard newspaper
Citizenship: a right or a privilege?
One after the other: Niqab, segregation and now the cartoon controversy