* Anatomy of a ‘Terrorism’ Prosecution: Dr. Rafil Dhafir and the Help the Needy Muslim Charity Case, January 2012, published byÂ Truthout, and in the National Lawyers Guild Review,Â Volume 68, Number 4, Winter 2011, and now available as a free e-book (24 pages) download here (see other titles by ColdType here).
* Humanitarian Pays With Life for Feeding the Children of Iraq Truthout, March 13, 2011. Â Also available here.
* Book review of Shamshad Ahmad’s book, “Rounded Up: Artificial Terrorists and Muslim Entrapment After 9/11.”
* Press Release for Dr. Dhafir’s Oral Arguments for Appeal, held in New York City on August 28th, 2008.
* Denial of Due Process To Muslims Disgraces Us All. This article first appeared in November 2007, in the National Lawyers Guild “Guild Practitioner,” Volume 64, No. 2.
* A report on Denis Halliday, former U.N. assistant secretary-general and head of the U.N. Humanitarian Program in Iraq 1997 and 1998, speaking about Dr. Dhafir’s case at Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, September/October 2007, pages 48-49. See a video of the event here.
* “Dr. Rafil A. Dhafir at Terre Haute Prison’s New Communications Management Unit.” Published in Washington Report On Middle East Affairs, May-June 2007 issue.
* “Criminalizing Compassion in the War on Terror: Muslim Charities and the Case of Dr. Rafil Dhafir.“ Published in Fellowship Magazine fall 2006 edition.
* Crime of Compassion January 2006.
* The Government v Dr. Rafil Dhafir Syracuse Peace Council Newsletter, February 2005.
* Syracuse University’s Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism and the Dr. Dhafir Case Syracuse Peace Council Newsletter, June 2008. (A version of this article that contains many active links is available here.)
* Gabriel Over The White House And The Lure Of Totalitarianism. May 2004.
In the Spring of 2004 I took a class at Syracuse University called “Depression Era Movies” and “Gabriel Over the White House” was one of many movies we watched. I wrote a paper about this film because I believed that what was occurring in 1930s USA (and the world) had much to teach us about what is occurring now – if we are willing to listen. I mention Dr. Dhafir toward the end of the paper; at that time he had been held for 14 months without bail and I had only a vague awareness of his case.