Monday, 28 February 2011 14:56

Abdullah al-Kidd

On March 16, 2003, al-Kidd was arrested at Dulles International Airport. Several days earlier, a judge had issued a material witness arrest warrant, and required his testimony in an upcoming trial; the FBI claimed (incorrectly) that al-Kidd had a one-way ticket to Saudi Arabia, and that since no extradition treaty existed between the US and Saudi Arabia, once he left he would not return.
Published in USA
Monday, 21 June 2010 21:08

Ramirez, Demache and LaRose

Jamie Pauline Ramirez, Ali Charaf Damache and Colleen R. LaRose are accused of all being involved in a plot to 'live and train as jihadists' and to find and kill a person who it is thought to be Lars Vilks.
Published in USA
Tuesday, 04 January 2011 09:35

Anwar Al-Awlaki

Anwar is one of three US citizens on a CIA kill or capture list.
Published in Yemen

لندن ـ يو بي اي: أعلن مسؤول بريطاني اشرف على مراجعة قوانين مكافحة الارهاب أن بلاده بالغت في الرد على هجمات الحادي عشر من أيلول/سبتمبر 2001 في الولايات المتحدة وتفجيرات لندن في تموز/يوليو 2005

Published in الأخبار
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 18:20

Khalid Fadhal

Khalid is a British citizen originating from Libya. He is currently detained in Lynton Green prison having pled guilty under duress to ‘criminal damage and affray’ by allegedly knocking his own gas pipe and complaining that a police person was verbally abusive to him.

Published in UK

GLOSTRUP, Denmark (Reuters) - Three men suspected of planning a deadly attack on a Danish newspaper appeared on Thursday before a court which charged them with an attempted act of terrorism and possession of weapons, officials said.

Published in News
Wednesday, 14 July 2010 12:05

Salih S.

Salih S. is 28 years old and was extradited on the 13th July 2010 by Turkey to Germany on assertions that he was involved in terrorism and with a group alleged to have plotted an attack against a US target.

Published in Germany
Thursday, 08 October 2009 13:52

Detainee W

Detainee W is a British resident from Algeria.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 18:26

Detainee U

Detainee U was arrested for terrorism offences in February 2001 and was sent to Belmarsh prison.
Two months later, charges against all of the men who were arrested were dropped due to lack of evidence.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 15:41

Detainee BB

BB is 43 years old Algerian national, a qualified electronic engineer and married to an Algerian woman with three young children.

Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:51

Detainee VV

Detainee VV was imprisoned by a military court in Jordan as a political prisoner. He claimed political asylum in the UK in 2001.
Published in UK
Friday, 26 November 2010 14:05

Abdur-Rahman Pavlishin

Abdur-Rahman Pavlishin is a political refugee originally from Georgia facing extradition to Russia under an agreement between Denmark and Russia.
Published in Denmark
Thursday, 08 October 2009 14:33

Detainee E

Detainee E is a Tunisian. He was granted temporary residency in the UK and settled in London in 1992.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 18:36

Faraj Hassan

Faraj Hassan (aka Detainee AS) was not unlike many asylum seekers – fleeing the persecution of a tyrannical regime (in his case, Libya) for the perceived safety and justice of the UK.
Published in UK
Monday, 08 March 2010 14:18

Abdulkadir Cesur

Abdulkadir Cesur is a 23 year old Danish-Turk sentenced to six years and four months imprisonment for terrorism 'complicity' in Bosnia.

Published in Bosnia

Washington shown lavishing praise on Moazzam Begg over his campaign for Europe take in other detainees

Published in Featured
Monday, 15 November 2010 10:31

Why this toadying to Bush the bungler?

As we mourned the dead of two world wars and more recent conflicts, our Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir David Richards said the ‘war on terror’ can never be won.
Published in News
One of the most striking things about our recent midterm elections is that foreign policy played absolutely no part in the voting — and for that we have Lady Luck, and some good intelligence work, to thank.
Published in News

NEW YORK -- An appeals court says a groundbreaking case misapplied a New York state anti-terrorism law to a killing that reflected "ordinary street crime, not terrorism."

Published in News

A Tube driver planned to wage holy war in Afghanistan and wrote a farewell letter to his family in which he claimed “Allah came first,” a court heard.

Published in News
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