On 12 July 2013, the BBC reported on a nail bomb attack against a mosque in Tipton. While the report does mention that this was a “terrorist attack”, there is a worrying aspect to the reporting.
Exploring the tribulations of Imams Abu Hanifa, Malik, al-Shafi and Ahmed and our stance against injustice today
The government recently announced a review of Schedule 7 powers to stop and detain people at UK ports ending on Thursday 6 December 2012. This is the first time that this power has ever been reviewed publically and so opportunity presents itself for communities to air their concerns. CagePrisoners urges you to take action today.
Warsame is said to have been arrested on April 19th 2011 in international waters between Yemen and Somalia.
WikiLeaks released hundreds of Guantanamo Files revealing details about the imprisonment if innocent children or elder people while releasing other detainees that had been designated "high risk."
There are so many stories of people who get caught up In the nightly operations by American and Afghan forces. In the search for 'kill & capture' targets the net is cast wide: once a door is kicked in all males in a household are usually taken for interrogation. And it is then anyone's guess when they will be released again. One story - out of many - of how an unlucky sleep-over resulted in years of detention, and what those years were like.
Director of Public Prosecutions
2 Southwark Bridge
8th February 2011
Re: Crime report of my detention, rendition and torture in GTMO not allowed
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.
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.
Similarly to Detainee W, Mouloud Sihali had been acquitted in the ‘Ricin’ case.
Algerian citizen Detainee Z came to the UK in order to study for a Masters degree in Engineering.
G is disabled as a result of suffering polio as a child.