Tag: TORTURE

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui holds emotional reunion with sister

After two decades of separation, Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was granted a heartfelt reunion with her sister, Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui, and lawyer, Clive Stafford Smith.

Nephews of Masjid al-Nabawi imam freed from Guantanamo after 19 years without charge

The Rabbani brothers, nephews of the late Masjid al-Nabawi imam, Muhammad Ayub, have been freed from Guantanamo Bay and returned to Pakistan.

China’s Accomplices of Torture

Every form of torture and interrogation would have followed a chain of command and is ‘probably recorded in writing’.

A Word That Must Summarise You

If one sought to summarise the life of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in just one word, what would it be?

The untold 9/11 story | Dr Asim Qureshi | Unscripted #61

In today’s episode, Dr Salman Butt is joined by CAGE research director, Dr Asim Qureshi for a relatively rare perspective on 9/11.

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UAE allegedly aiding Chinese persecution of Uyghur Muslims

UAE police said to have randomly arrested Sharjah resident working as a muazzin, in order to send the Chinese national to Xingjiang’s notorious “concentration camps” following recent strategic agreement between the two nations

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UN expresses “alarm” over China’s detention of Muslims in Xinjiang

Reports that upwards of one million held indefinitely in re-education camps in China “for even non-threatening expressions of Muslim ethno-religious culture like daily greetings”

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56 Years Since Execution – Remembering Syed Qutb

Today marks 56 years since Syed Qutb, the great Egyptian Muslim thinker, was hanged by the regime of Jamal Abdel Nasser.

Daraa: the next people’s held Syrian city to be slaughtered

As yet another slaughtered Syrian city enters our collective vocabulary, Daraa's iconic tortured and killed children that sparked off the revolution should never be forgotten

Ten former torture victims call for independent inquiry and apology

Following the recent revelations of UK complicity in illegal rendition and torture, ten former victims of such treatment call on the UK Government for justice