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Friday, 30 August 2013 10:34

Two Guantanamo detainees released

CagePrisoners welcomes the release of two Guantanamo detainees but encourages Obama to release all

Published in Press Releases
Friday, 15 February 2013 19:00

Nabil Hadjarab, the French Shaker Aamer

The story of Nabil Hadjarab, an innocent French resident who has spent 11 years in Guantanamo Bay.

Published in Featured

Following a hate-crime killing spree by a self-proclaimed extremist, France is cracking down on visits to terrorist and hate websites.

Published in News

Yassine Ferchichi is a Tunisian national who faced persecution in his country of origin because of his religious practice. Fearing for his life, he eventually fled Tunisia after he was tortured by the security forces in 2005. 

Published in Alerts
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 09:45

Interview with Yassine Ferchichi

Yassine Ferchichi is a Tunisian national who fled persecution from his country of origin. He was arrested and sentenced in France on terrorism charges. His conviction was largely based on statements made by M’hamed Benyamina under torture in Algerian custody. In 2009, Yassine Ferchichi was deported to Senegal in opposition with a decision of the European Court of Human Rights. Since then, he has been living homeless without any legal document.

Published in Interviews

On 29 July 2001, Djamel Beghal was detained by the Emirati authorities in Abu Dhabi while on his way to Morocco from Pakistan.

Published in Reports
Friday, 23 September 2011 11:23

Guantanamo Bay: France unveiled

A series of cables released by Wikileaks shows the extent of the French diplomatic complicity in the American war on terror. It clearly demonstrates that France has aligned her policy with the US administration since the beginning. In the early years of the war on terror, France has deployed all her diplomatic efforts and used her political influence to maintain the status quo on Guantanamo. With the American new concerns with regards to the closure of GITMO and the resettlement of detainees, France has also reviewed her position on the question and followed the US “new policy”.
Published in Featured
Wednesday, 17 August 2011 15:45

Buried alive.

Djamel explains how suicide and madness are constantly trying to break into the mental fortress he tried to build. But the absence of sunlight and the permanent immuring also harm the body: muscles suffer atrophy, bones become fragile, the skin starts its decomposition and the appetite fades away.

 

Published in Featured

اعتبرت الصحافة الفرنسية الخميس أن العملية الانتحارية التي أدت إلى مقتل خمسة جنود فرنسيين الأربعاء في أفغانستان هي دليل اضافي على أن الوضع في أفغانستان هو "فخ لا مخرج منه" وقعت فيه قوات الحلف الاطلسي المنتشرة في هذا البلد

Published in الأخبار

أعلن الرئيس الفرنسي نيكولا ساركوزي الثلاثاء في القاعدة المتقدمة للقوات الفرنسية في تورا قرب كابول أن فرنسا ستسحب ربع جنودها أي الف عسكري من أفغانستان بحلول نهاية 2012

Published in الأخبار
Tuesday, 28 June 2011 15:09

Fabricating terrorism in France

Recently, a leading French anti-terrorist judge has been accused of perjury and obstruction of justice. He is suspected of having voluntarily misled an inquiry of which he was in charge for political interests.This case is not isolated. It simply highlights some of the methods used to manipulate the judiciary and public opinion in order to create Muslim terrorist plots that might not exist. In effect, the very same judge has been subject to accusations as grave as cooperating with countries known for their use of torture and other manoeuvres to build up cases against alleged terrorists.
Published in Featured

وفي شيشاني الثلثاء في نيس (جنوب شرقي فرنسا) بقفزه من نافذة الشقة التي كان ينزل فيها هرباً من الشرطة التي كانت تنفذ عملية ضد الإرهاب، كما أعلن مصدر في الشرطة أمس

Published in الأخبار

أفاد مصدر قضائي فرنسي انه تم اتهام اربعة اشخاص كانوا اعتقلوا الثلثاء للاشتباه بنيتهم التوجه الى مناطق القتال القريبة من افغانستان وباكستان، ووضعوا قيد التوقيف الاحتياطي

Published in الأخبار

As of this week, it has become illegal for people in France to wear face veils in public – that means that Muslim women who cover their faces for Islamic purposes (burqa) are no longer able to do so without being subject to paying a fine.

Published in Blog
Thursday, 10 March 2011 21:18

Taxes, death and Schedule 7

As the saying goes in life there are two things that you can’t avoid: death and taxes. Well, I formally suggest that this saying be revised, or at least amended, to add in ‘unless you are a Muslim, in which case you will also have to deal with schedule 7 of the Terrorism 2000 act.’ Granted it may be a little long to catch on, but the point still stands.

Published in Blog

Another anniversary of America's illegal detention camp comes round and the president's closure order remains unfulfilled

Published in Featured
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 13:49

Abdul-Jabbar

Abdul-Jabbar was a British citizen and married to a British wife. He had moved to and was residing in the Jhelum area of Punjab, Pakistan.
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 08 October 2009 13:55

Habib Ignaoua, Ali Chehidi and Muhammad Khemri

Habib fled Tunisia in 1994 after suffering detention and torture at the hands of the Tunisian security services. In the years since then he has been convicted at least three times in his absence by Tunisia’s military courts and sentenced to long terms of imprisonment.
Published in Italy
Thursday, 08 October 2009 12:07

Rachid Ramda

Like many other Algerians, Rachid Ramda fled the terrors of war and torture in his home country to seek asylum in the UK.

Published in France
Thursday, 08 October 2009 14:22

Rabah Kadre

Rabah Kadre is 38 years old and from Algeria.

Published in UK
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