These are Algerian men.

Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:37

Omar Othman

The 45 year old was sentenced to life imprisonment (in his absence) for alleged terrorist attacks dating back to 1998.

Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:25

Detainee OO

Detainee OO, bound to a wheelchair due to paralysis down one side of his body.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:14

Detainee AV

Detainee AV was one of five men arrested in the UK in October 2005 as “threats to national security”.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:02

Taher Nasuf

The trustee of a registered charity in the UK, Nasuf was one of many detained due to his Libyan origin due to suspected links with the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG). His charity, Sanabel Relief Agency, which had offices in Manchester, Middlesbrough, London and Birmingham, had all its assets frozen.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 18:20

Detainee NN

Detainee NN is a young Iraqi Kurd.
Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 18:26

Detainee BF

British citizen, Detainee BF, was already the victim of harassment by the UK security agencies on his travels to Pakistan. As it was realised that there was no evidence of wrongdoing, the security agencies instead began to target his family in the hope that they would turn on him.

Published in UK
Thursday, 08 October 2009 17:40

Adam Brown

Adam Brown went to live in Damascus with his wife in Autumn 2005 and had been studying Arabic at Damascus University.
Published in UK
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 14:04

AbdulHameed Shehadeh

AbdulHameed is a resident of Staten Island, New York , USA. He graduated from Tottenville High School and went on to study History in Hawaii. It is alleged that he is a ‘homegrown’ Islamist terrorist that attempted to join the Taliban and then the Iraqi insurgency via enlisting in the US Army.
Published in USA
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 10:28

What happened in Europe's secret CIA prisons?

The CIA used a secret prison in Poland to detain and torture its most important 9/11 suspect, a former top human rights official alleges in a new BBC documentary.
Published in News
Monday, 04 October 2010 20:49

Terrorism Alert: SEVERE

Be careful, keep your belongings with you at all times and report anything suspicious immediately!
Published in Blog
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 15:18

U.S. Debates Response to Targeted Killing Lawsuit

The Obama administration, fresh off a victory in persuading federal judges to dismiss a torture case for fear of revealing state secrets, is divided over using similar tactics to try to block a lawsuit over government efforts to kill an American citizen accused of ties to Al Qaeda.

Published in News

A Kenyan rights activist providing counsel for suspects of Uganda's July attacks remains in prison following the release of colleague and lawyer Mbugua Mureithi, who has accused Uganda authorities of a "witch hunt."

Published in News

A British man is among tens of thousands of people imprisoned without charge in Iraq, according to an Amnesty International report.

Published in News
Sunday, 12 September 2010 10:26

Obama's ambivalent war

Nine years into what the US used to call the "global war on terror," the nation still cannot agree on how to describe the struggle, how to characterise it, or on a logically consistent set of tools and procedures to conduct it. To some, this might seem unacceptable. I, however, would be far more critical if I did not harbor some degree of ambivalence myself.

Published in News
Yemen has been accused by Amnesty International of abandoning human rights in the name of security.
Published in News
When considering the lawfulness of extradition by reference to the likely prison conditions which a person, if extradited, would face upon conviction in the requesting country, the question whether the high threshold under art 3 of the Convention on Human Rights for inhuman or degrading treatment would be crossed would depend on the facts of the particular case. There was no common standard for what did or did not amount to inhuman or degrading treatment throughout the many different countries in the world.
Published in Articles
As Guantanamo has slowly been emptied, the Yemenis have remained almost static in terms of their presence thereby making them now the largest single nationality languishing at the detention centre. Cageprisoners interviewed Tina Foster to simply ask why that is and if the situation of the Bagram Yemenis she represents is even comparable.
Published in Interviews
Sunday, 08 August 2010 20:24

Those that care

Reflections on an evening that grew dark with filming and how the 'War on Terror' is a war against those that care.
Published in Blog
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