Under the proposals, Islamist radicals face being expelled from mosques, Muslim community groups and universities in a fight-back against fundamentalism
The European Court of Human Rights is hearing a case brought by two terror suspects who accuse Poland of conniving in US human rights abuses.
A Sudanese weapons trainer who pleaded guilty to conspiring with al Qaeda finished his sentence at the Guantanamo prison on Tuesday and will be sent home "as soon as practicable," the Pentagon said.
The trial of radical cleric Abu Qatada, who was deported from the UK in July, is to begin in Jordan next week, his lawyer says.
Greater Manchester police say 19-year-old man was detained at British army base on suspicion of terrorism offences
It seems that the British Government’s response to most terror related events is to blame the Muslim community and Islam.
The Home Secretary has stripped an Iraqi-born man of his British citizenship for a second time, weeks after the Supreme Court overturned her first attempt.
On a January morning in 2005, Rahinah Ibrahim, a Stanford University doctoral student, prepared to board a Hawaii-bound plane at San Francisco International Airport with her 14-year-old daughter.
As we approach the 12th anniversary of the opening of the Bush administration’s “war on terror” prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (on January 11, 2014), it remains profoundly unacceptable that, of the remaining 164 prisoners, 84 were cleared for release nearly four years ago, in January 2010, by a high-level, inter-agency task force appointed by President Obama shortly after he took office in 2009.
A military judge has ordered the prison at Guantánamo to let defense attorneys photograph scars on the ankles and wrists of the waterboarded, alleged 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, to preserve evidence in his death-penalty case.
The UK’s anti-terror law watchdog has said that the police should not be able to detain people at the UK’s borders without any suspicion of wrongdoing, following the detention of Glenn Greenwald’s partner who was carrying documents leaked by Snowden.
In the wake of 9/11, prosecutors have embraced “special administrative measures” to keep terrorism suspects guilty until proven otherwise.
Police investigating two Bradford brothers suspected of plotting to leave England for a terrorist training camp have been accused of making "an error" in recording evidence found during a raid on the duo's family home, an Old Bailey jury was told today.
Two of the missing persons died in custody, Attorney General of Pakistan Munir A Malik informed the Supreme Court (SC) during the hearing of the missing persons case, Express News reported on Monday.
A bare two weeks after the attacks of September 11, at the end of a long and emotional day at the White House, a sixty-nine-year-old politician and businessman—a midwesterner, born of modest means but grown wealthy and prominent and powerful—returned to his enormous suite of offices on the seventh floor of the flood-lit and wounded Pentagon and, as was his habit, scrawled out a memorandum on his calendar:
It has now been five years since the sentencing of the Holy Land Five: Muslim-American humanitarians who were falsely convicted of providing "material support for terrorism" because of their charitable work in Palestine.
After the Remembrance Day parade, I repaired to a central London boozer with fellow veterans to stew my brain in ale.
A government minister has confirmed plans, mentioned recently by the prime minister in a poorly reported parliamentary exchange, to force ISPs to censor access to “extremist” online material. But that term is open to interpretation.
American foreign policy as a state sponsor of terrorism in response to terrorism operates now with a decidedly genocidal logic.
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