The Green Party continues to lend its unqualified support to the campaign to free Shaker Ammar the last UK detainee in Guantanamo Bay and for the closure of Camp Delta and the removal of all prisoners held therein without trial.
The “No Separate Justice" campaign is taking aim at an abusive system that has wreaked havoc on the lives of hundreds of Muslims.
An unprecedented attempt to discover if UK officials are complicit in CIA drone strikes in Pakistan has been stopped by the Court of Appeal.
Contrary to President Obama's promise to make it easier for American Muslims to fulfill their religious obligation to give one-fifth of their surplus income to charity, federal prosecutors continue to target Islamic charities and their donors, as illustrated by the recent prosecution of a Portland, Oregon, couple.
It has been nearly a decade, but Prof Dr Rahinah Ibrahim still vividly remembers the pain she had to endure over the two hours she was detained by US authorities who believed she was a terrorist.
Obama is draping the banner of change over the NSA status quo. Bulk surveillance that caused such outrage will remain in place
On Thursday evening, as part of my 12-day “Close Guantánamo Now” tour (supported by the World Can’t Wait), which came to an end at Cal Poly in Pomona yesterday, I was at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Anaheim, California with my friend and colleague Jason Leopold, speaking about Guantánamo, funnily enough. Jason and I have known each other for many years, and it’s always a pleasure to take part in events with him, and to hang out with him.
Security services make plans to manage risk posed by suspects once time-limited supervision measures are lifted
The Pentagon announced Friday that a review panel's meeting later this month to consider a Guantanamo detainee's potential release will be open to the press via a video link—at least in part.
A former detainee at the U.S. naval station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has failed to persuade a federal appeals court to let him sue the U.S. government for damages stemming from his treatment during seven years of detention.
Two exhibits that lasted for mere hours appeared at the National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11. Titled, “Make Guantanamo History,” they consisted of 150 activists, some singing, others lecturing, many simply witnessing, as well as a small number silently standing in orange jumpsuits and black hoods.
A federal judge wants a North Carolina man charged with seeking to join an al-Qaida-linked militant group to face trial this summer, months earlier than prosecutors say they need to give defense lawyers everything U.S. intelligence agencies might have collected.
Police said the man, from Sheldon, Birmingham, was detained after returning to Gatwick airport on flight from Istanbul
A delegation of Russia’s high-ranking diplomats and representatives of the judicial system has in an unprecedented move visited the Guantanamo Bay prison, as Moscow has stepped up efforts to secure release of the only Russian national there.
These days, when I check out the latest news on Washington's global war-making, I regularly find at least one story that fits a new category in my mind that I call: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Estimates vary on how many UK citizens have travelled to Syria to join jihadist militant groups, but the UK government is openly concerned it is only a matter of time before a radicalised minority return to carry out attacks.
His client, a jailed al-Qaeda operative, releases a new manifesto arguing against the use of violence.
Police arrest 26-year-old at Heathrow airport trying to board flight to Turkey and 27-year-old at address in north-west London
This semester, 10 students from the Duke School of Law are getting hands-on practice with the rule of law by working to develop arguments for the defense of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, alleged to be one of the key figures behind the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Teaching Poetry to Prisoners – with Talha Ahsan’s Poetry Tutor Pat Winslow & Mike Marqusee
Response to the government report: "Tackling extremism in the UK"
Extradition and Guantanamos at home : Injustice & Talha Ahsan
Forgotten Women of the "war on terror"
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