Andy Worthington analyses the resistance to plans to maintain control orders, and asks David Cameron to do the right thing.

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I went through this system, I breached this system, I lived it and I can tell Robin Simcox that it is, was, and will continue to be ineffective, couter-productive and disruptive to 'cohesion'.

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If a person is suspected of terrorism, then they should be tried in court. To be judged without trial is an abuse of human rights

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Cageprisoners presents an exclusive interview with Mustapha Taleb, detained without trial in Britain's Guantanamo for three years, speaking from his cell in Long Lartin. The interview was conducted by former Guantanamo detainee and Cageprisoners' spokesman, Moazzam Begg.

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Frightening reports of radicalised prisoners and 'home-grown' terrorists will increase, rather than address, any grievance

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Before working with Cageprisoners I had not heard of Faraj Hassan. Like many of the names of the people I call the famous of the Muslim nation (Ummah), the ‘stars’ of the Western Muslim practicing world (or they should be), on the basis that the best of us are the most tested in terms of trials and tribulations.
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Wednesday, 18 August 2010 00:16

رحمك الله يا فرج

May Allah have mercy on you O Faraj and, know that I love you for the sake of Allah even though you have departed from this life

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Monday, 16 August 2010 14:57

Interview with Faraj Hassan

A prior interview conducted with Faraj Hassan for Cageprisoners - at the time he had already been subjected to a number of counter-terrorism measures.

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Monday, 16 August 2010 14:41

Faraj Hassan passes away

Tragic news has reached Cageprisoners that the former detainee Faraj Hassan passed away on the morning of 16 August 2010.

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Last week, the Court of Appeal approved the deportation of eight men to Algeria and Jordan. Andy Worthington examines the ruling, with its double standards on the use of secret evidence in control order cases and in deportation cases.

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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.

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A Court of Appeal ruling deals another blow to the discredited control order regime. It's time to scrap it.

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