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Date: Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 10:41 AM
Subject: [bangla-vision] FD News and an important action
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- [ACTION] URGENT ACTION – FEARS FOR SHAKER AAMER'S LIFE
- Holmes: The crimes of Tarek Mehanna
- Ali, released after 23 years in Israeli jails: "I have to learn life"
- Appeals Court Hears Case of Ex-Gitmo Prosecutor Fired by Library of Congress for Op-Eds
- Informer's Role in Terror Case Is Said to Have Deterred F.B.I.
- 'Targeted identification' isn't profiling, Cain says
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 03:12 PM PST
PLEASE SEND LETTERS AND EMAILS TO THE PRESS,CAMERON,OBAMA, YOUR MP. PLEASE WRITE TODAY. SEND ON TO YOUR CONTACTS.
Clive Stafford Smith of Reprieve saw Shaker on November 17th. He states that Shaker is gradually dying in Guantanamo and Clive fears for his life. Shaker needs vital medical treatment but the most urgent action
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 02:51 PM PST
By Rick Holmes
Ahmed Mehanna was worried, aggravated and fearful for his son. He worried about the websites young Tarek had been visiting, the books he'd been reading. Tarek had taken a trip to Yemen his father thought might look suspicious to the authorities.
Then word got back to Ahmed that Tarek had been
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 02:40 PM PST
Released fellow prisoners of Ameer Makhoul
Israel locks up Palestinian political prisoners with Israeli citizenship, including Ameer Makhoul, in Gilboa jail. On 18 October, two fellow prisoners of Ameer were released in the prisoner exchange deal. Ahmad Amera, who is 44 years old and was held in the same cell as Ameer, spent more than
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 02:35 PM PST
By Debra Cassens Weiss
A federal appeals court on Thursday considered the First Amendment case of Guantanamo's former chief prosecutor, who was fired by the Library of Congress for his "provocative tone" in two newspaper opinion pieces.
A lawyer from the American Civil Liberties Union argued on behalf of retired Air Force Col. Morris Davis
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 01:58 PM PST
By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
The suspect had little money to speak of, was unable to pay his cell phone bill and scrounged for money to buy the drill bits that court papers said he required to make his pipe bombs. Initially, he had trouble drilling the small holes that needed to be
Posted: 27 Nov 2011 01:47 PM PST
FD Editor's Note: NEWSPEAK Alert! Orwell was a visionary.
By David Eldridge
Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain said Sunday that "targeted identification" of terror suspects is not the same as racial profiling.
"I'm not trying to identify a particular religion, a particular color, a particular ethnicity. I'm simply saying we should not be afraid to
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