Just a quick reminder... we are in need of donations. Our budget is down to "scary.". If you like what we do, and are able to help out, we would appreciate it very much! No amount is too small. Please contact us using the contact form below. You will receive a reply within a day, probably … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again! Summer is passed, the kids are back in school, things are settling back into a pretty solid routine, and once again freedetainees.org needs money to operate.
We also need to start thinking about paying the server, which comes due in December. The … Continue reading →
Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui, Dr. Aafia's sister asks us all to demand Chaudhry Nisar bring Dr. Aafia home to Pakistan by August 9 (Eid) They want to get her home and worry about how to deal with the conditions afterward.
Contact Information in Islamabad for Chaudhry Nisar:
99, Faizabad, Murree Road … Continue reading →
By Rebecca Kheel
Ten Republican senators are asking the military for more information on last month’s release of a high-profile detainee from Guantánamo Bay.
The GOP senators, including presidential candidate Marco Rubio (Fla.), are specifically concerned that the chairman of the … Continue reading →
By Anealla Safdar
Yasser Louati, the Paris-based spokesman for Collective Against Islamophobia in France, recently gained internet fame when two news presenters pressed him to explain the Muslim community's supposed responsibility in regards to the recent attacks in Paris that killed 130 … Continue reading →
Jerusalem—At least 700 Palestinian children between the ages of 11 and 17 have been arrested by the Israeli army this year, with more than half still languishing in Israeli prisons.“The Israeli army has detained 700 Palestinian children and minors from the occupied East Jerusalem and the West … Continue reading →
In the light of the recent incidents taken place around the world, humanity has split into two kinds of people. One which can feel for pain of all mankind whereas the other kind who have even their feelings masked by the biasness of their beliefs and political scenario of the region … Continue reading →
By Deborah Feyerick and Lateef Mungin, CNNAl Qaeda suspect faces trial in U.S. 01:49
Story highlightsAbu Anas al Libi was a member of al Qaeda, U.S. officials sayAuthorities say he played role in bombings at American embassies in 1998Suspect's lawyer: Al Libi is mentioned in just 3 paragraphs of … Continue reading →