A former inmate at the US detention center of Guantanamo Bay has disclosed details of humiliation and torture he suffered during eight years in the prison.
Human rights groups have criticised "shortcomings" in an inquiry into claims the UK government was complicit in the mistreatment or rendition of detainees held abroad.
A biography of two women whose lives have been transformed by militant Islam
Wanted Women: Faith, Lies, and the War on Terror: The Lives of Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Aafia Siddiqui. By Deborah Scroggins.
Last month, a jury convicted Sudbury resident Tarek Mehanna on terrorism charges including conspiracy to kill. Mehanna’s family tells Emily why they believe the trial was a miscarriage of justice.
Effective campaigning to bring about a change in society and playing an equal part in today's society - a Muslim's perspective
Launch of stage production based on Anna Perera's award-winning novel for young people, Guantanamo Boy
The promise to scrap his predecessor’s hardliner war-on-terror policies, which helped Barack Obama win presidential election, is apparently off the table. The political reality is that the current administration is doing quite the opposite thing.
In his last official act of business in 2011, President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act from his vacation rental in Kailua, Hawaii.
International human rights breaches - State accountability v State immunity
Legal seminar: Preserving the rule of law: taking a risk
Extradited to a future of torture: the reality of solitary confinement in America
Spying and Entrapment
The Guantánamo Memoirs of Mohamedou Ould Slahi
TRAITOR: a Guantanamo guard's journey to Islam
Starving for justice
Are Muslims active enough in the fight against Guantanamo?
Help Lynne Stewart, civil rights lawyer for Muslim defendants, stay alive
How your Schedule 7 swab could help get your family arrested
Why haven't you signed the Shaker Aamer petition?