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
Sunday, 23 January 2011 21:14

Al-Amin Kimathi, Omar Awad and Co.

Al-Amin Kimathi, Omar Awadh and six others taken illegally from Kenya to Uganda are still locked up in Uganda.
Published in Kenya
Thursday, 08 October 2009 11:45

Hedi Boudhiba

Boudhiba is a refugee from Tunisia.
Published in Spain
Thursday, 08 October 2009 11:18

Inigo Castillo Macazaga

Macazaga was accused of involvement in an ETA bombing of a military barracks and a charge of attempted murder.

Published in Spain
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 17:14

Detainee AV

Detainee AV was one of five men arrested in the UK in October 2005 as “threats to national security”.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:46

Detainee S

Detainee S, also known as MB, was the first British citizen to be issued with a control order in September 2005. MB is a single male student, living with his sister in Manchester. All of his immediate family reside in the UK.
Published in UK
Wednesday, 01 December 2010 16:38

Cerie Bullivant

To those who would allege that the “War on Terror” is being fought against foreigners, Cerie Bullivant makes an interesting exception a British citizen, Bullivant (now known as Kaleem) converted to Islam in 2004.
Published in UK
Thursday, 29 July 2010 17:15

Security risk men can be deported

Eight men deemed to be a threat to national security can be deported, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Published in News

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