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5 years later, Fla.-Va. case in limbo
2014

5 years later, Fla.-Va. case in limbo

Associated Press Link: Fla-Ca Case in Limbo 5 years later, Fla.-Va. terrorism case in limbo   By MATTHEW BARAKA   Thursday, May 15, 2014     ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — For five years, a federal judge upset with the prosecution of a Florida professor once accused of being a leading […]

The Other Guantanamo Bay
2013

The Other Guantanamo Bay

Mother Jones June 10, 2013 By Victoria Brittain Due to a 2010 Supreme Court ruling, American Muslims are being pre-convicted and pre-punished on US soil. Dr. Sami Al-Arian, accused of being a leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, has been in legal limbo for years. A four-month hunger strike, mass force-feedings, […]

Personalizing civil liberties abuses (4/16/2012)
2012

Personalizing civil liberties abuses (4/16/2012)

Source:Salon.com Personalizing civil liberties abuses By Glenn Greenwald April 16, 2012 On Saturday, I was at the University of Chicago for an event to discuss humanitarian intervention and empire. One of my fellow speakers was Tariq Ramadan, the highly regarded Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford. He’s one of […]

US activists face new repression as political prisoners fight for justice  (11/15/2010)
2010

US activists face new repression as political prisoners fight for justice (11/15/2010)

US activists face new repression as political prisoners fight for justice Nora Barrows-Friedman and Maureen Clare Murphy, The Electronic Intifada, 15 November 2010 Link: Click Here The US government is attempting to criminalize solidarity work in the Palestinian community. (Maureen Clare Murphy) For decades the United States government has attempted […]