Moazzam Begg reveals exclusively why the British government has been conitually harassing him since his return from Guantanamo, and took his passport for the second time in eight years

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Moazzam Begg reflects on his recent investigation trip to Syria to uncover the extent of British and American co-operation in rendition and torture with the Assad regime.

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Moazzam Begg speaks at the launch of Justice Morocco's Casablanca Prisoners 9 Years on event and descrbes how the present Government there has played a key role as a reciepient of British and American torture outsourcing and, has actively handed over prisoners to the Assad regime.

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Tuesday, 14 February 2012 11:15

Fara’ Falastin – Syria’s proxy-US prison

Behind the open hostility and rhetoric that the US and Syria display to one another, there lies an entirely different face.

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Wednesday, 01 February 2012 17:59

Saying No to CSIS

Dozens of groups launch campaign to not co-operate with Canadian spy agency

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Moazzam Begg on his attempted visit to Canada and subsequent denial of entry by the Canadian Government due to being a former Guantanamo prisoner

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Andy Worthington on the efforts of young people, human rights campaigners and ex-political prisoners to overthrow Syria's torture regime.

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Sunday, 21 November 2010 02:28

Moazzam Begg: Why we settled out of court

Moazzam Begg explains what the Guantanamo settlements have meant to the former prisoners and what lies ahead

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WASHINGTON — In June, the Supreme Court refused to hear the case of a Canadian man who contends that U.S. authorities mistook him for an al Qaeda operative in 2002 and shipped him to a secret prison in Syria, where he was beaten with electrical cables and held in a grave-like cell for 10 months.  Four years earlier, however, the Canadian government had concluded an exhaustive inquiry and found that the former prisoner, Maher Arar, was telling the truth. Canada cleared Arar of all ties to terrorism and paid him $10 million in damages, and his lawyers say he's cooperating with an investigation into the role of U.S. and Syrian officials in his imprisonment and reported torture.
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