Al Jazeera follows the stories of some of those caught up in the anti-terrorist crackdown that followed 9/11 as they speak out about the injustices they have endured and their fears of a rising Islamophobia.
As the Muslim Brotherhood's first ever President addresses the UN about Islamophobia CagePrisoners explores the parameters of freedom of expression in a case that saw the first books banned in the UK since Lady Chatterley, in this exclusive interview
LONDON — Two Somali identical twins living in London have pleaded guilty to raising funds to support terrorism in their war-torn homeland.
This week Moazzam speaks to the family of Munir Farooqi who are fighting to save their family home from police seizure after he was convicted of terrorism-related offences last year
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Two men sentenced in Australia's first major terrorism case were released on parole last week and are back on the streets of Melbourne.
ظهر استطلاع للرأي أجراه مركز الدراسات العربي - الأوروبي ومقرّه باريس - أن الولايات المتحدة الامريكية هي مصدر الارهاب العالمي وبرأي 86.4 في المئةممن شملهم الاستطلاع فهم لا يرون أي نجاح لحروب القضاء على الإرهاب بعد 10سنوات على احداث ايلول / سبتمبر لأن الولايات المتحدة الامريكية برأيهم هيمصدر الارهاب العالمي وهي التي اسسته ونشرته عن طريق حروبها ، والارهابيونالكبار مدعومون ومحميون من قبلها وهي التي تقوم بتصفيتهم عندما تنتهيادوارهم.في حين اعتقد 8.2 في المئة ان العالم لم يتفق على تعريف موحد للإرهاب فكيف يمكن له ان يتفق على القضاء عليه
Earlier this week, the findings of a public inquiry into the assassination of Rosemary Nelson, a Catholic solicitor in Northern Ireland, were published.
Would individuals who travel to Bahrain or Yemen or Gaza to protect the civilian population in those countries, people who, to quote Ed Milliband, are “out of reach of the international community” and who may perish as a result, be classified as terrorists as a result?
As the saying goes in life there are two things that you can’t avoid: death and taxes. Well, I formally suggest that this saying be revised, or at least amended, to add in ‘unless you are a Muslim, in which case you will also have to deal with schedule 7 of the Terrorism 2000 act.’ Granted it may be a little long to catch on, but the point still stands.
لندن ـ يو بي اي: أعلن مسؤول بريطاني اشرف على مراجعة قوانين مكافحة الارهاب أن بلاده بالغت في الرد على هجمات الحادي عشر من أيلول/سبتمبر 2001 في الولايات المتحدة وتفجيرات لندن في تموز/يوليو 2005
Khalid is a British citizen originating from Libya. He is currently detained in Lynton Green prison having pled guilty under duress to ‘criminal damage and affray’ by allegedly knocking his own gas pipe and complaining that a police person was verbally abusive to him.
GLOSTRUP, Denmark (Reuters) - Three men suspected of planning a deadly attack on a Danish newspaper appeared on Thursday before a court which charged them with an attempted act of terrorism and possession of weapons, officials said.
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