Thursday, 08 October 2009 14:14

Detainee AE

Detainee AE came to the UK in order to find sanctuary after he fled from Iraq in 2002. He is Kurdish and worked as an imam.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 18:36

Faraj Hassan

Faraj Hassan (aka Detainee AS) was not unlike many asylum seekers – fleeing the persecution of a tyrannical regime (in his case, Libya) for the perceived safety and justice of the UK.
Published in UK
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 10:42

UK police bring terror charges against man

LONDON (AP) — British police have charged a 23-year-old man with soliciting murder over a website that allegedly urged attacks on lawmakers who voted in favor of the Iraq war.
Published in News
Millions to be paid in compensation for prisoners who alleged UK complicity in torture and extraordinary rendition
Published in News
Civil liberties groups criticised for representing Anwar al-Awlaki, an Islamist cleric targeted by US for assassination
Published in News
Wednesday, 08 April 2009 17:53

Austrian Al-Qaeda cell watched for 3 years

The Austrian public prosecutor’s office has reportedly been investigating an Austrian cell of worldwide terror network Al-Qaeda for three years.

Published in News
Washington, Nov 10 : US security chiefs have condemned former President George W Bush's defence of torture yesterday, and disputed his claim that information obtained by subjecting prisoners to simulated drowning or 'waterboarding' had scuttled Al Qaeda plots to blow up Canary Wharf and Heathrow airport.
Published in News
Friday, 29 October 2010 12:27

Babar Ahmad

Babar Ahmad is a 35 year old British Muslim and the longest detained-without-charge British detainee held as part of the global ‘war on terror’.
Published in UK

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'.

Published in Featured

Strategy institute challenges idea that troops are needed in Afghanistan to stop export of terrorism to west.

Published in News
Tuesday, 07 September 2010 16:37 Prisoner Lists

Due to unprecedented demand for the addresses of prisoners held in the 'War on Terror' and being offline for atleast two weeks.

Published in For The Victims
Thursday, 02 September 2010 14:35

Cageprisoners Annual Report 2010

Cageprisoners launches its 2010 Annual Report - a document of evidence of the work we have carried out over the last year and the way in which we have spent the donations of our supporters.

Published in Reports
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.

Published in Interviews

Visiting Babar Ahmad in prison always leaves me hopeful despite the depressing surroundings I meet him in.

Published in Blog

The British government indicated Monday that it will issue a new set of regulations regarding the use of information obtained via torture.

Published in News
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