June 2006

Groups, U.S. Battle Over ‘Global Terrorist’ Label
By David B. Ottaway Washington Post 11/14/04

Three years ago, two dozen FBI agents raided the headquarters of the Global Relief Foundation outside Chicago, the second-largest Islamic charity in the United States (more…)

by Dr. Laila Al-Marayati www.mpac.org/

Presented on December 3, 2004 at the Pace University School of Law Symposium, “Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: The Impact on International Philanthropy.” (more…)

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Political Considerations

The cases against the Muslim charities are based on allegations related to activities that took place years before the current War on Terror began (more…)

By MAHBOOB A. KHAWAJA, Ph. D Counterpunch 6/23/04

Counterpunch Editors’ Note: On March 29, 2004, Canadian police raided the Ottawa home of Mahboob Khawaja, arrested his son based on an indictment from Britain and asked Saudi police to detain Khawaja, who was teaching in Saudi Arabia (more…)

    By William Fisher   Truthout 6/25/06

    The arrests of The Miami Seven – accused of conspiring to blow up the Sears Tower in Chicago – revealed yet again the love affair cable news anchors have with bumper stickers (more…)

by Stephen Lendman sjlendman.blogspot.com 6/24/06
You won’t find commentary and language any more hostile to Hugo Chavez than on the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal (more…)

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, Ph.D. ICH 6/22/06

The “War on Terrorism” is flourishing business for the corporate world (more…)

by Catherine Komp New Standard 6/23/06

While dozens of lawsuits challenging the Bush administration’s warrantless surveillance of Americans slowly move through the courts, the Senate Judiciary Committee is poised to consider legislation that would effectively legalize the practice (more…)

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