Starting from 16 July 2013 an Irish Muslim prisoner is bringing proceedings against the authorities for alleged Guantanamo-like conditions of detention and abuse. CagePrisoners publishes extracts of his testimony.

Published in Featured

Racial profiling, torture, solitary confinement and decades in prison fighting for justice. These may be signatures of the US-led war on terror but such practices have been in motion for a long time. Robert King, one of the 'Angola 3', knows first-hand what it meant then as much as it does now and discusses his thoughts with CagePrisoners.

Published in Interviews
Saturday, 30 October 2010 11:48

Obligation to Muslim Prisoners

Cageprisoners and Tayyibun Institute present the case of Muslim prisoners and the responsibilities towards them

Published in Events

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

Published in Articles
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

Published in Blog
Wednesday, 11 August 2010 19:30

In the name of a another bloody inquiry

It has taken nearly four decades but the relatives of the 'Bloody Sunday' victims finally received an apology from British Prime Minister, David Cameron. Shortly after this, Cameron announced the launch of an inquiry into Britain's role in the torture and rendition of terrorism suspects - us. But will the government really admit culpability?

Published in Featured
Sunday, 11 July 2010 02:19

The way out - a reminder for Ramadhan

The Guantanamo prisoners have, despite unimaginable odds, faced their ordeal with dignity and strength sustained by an unshakeable faith. This is one of the reasons why so many of them have returned stronger - not weaker - for the experience of imprisonment.

Published in For The Victims

It was the tears we all shed in the knowledge that each of us had a reason to weep. It was the sadness that was almost sweet. It was our ultimate symbol of defiance. It was the best of times.

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