Media/Judge letters

Please join the people below in asking that Mohamed Khater’s letter in response to a Post Standard article about Glen Suddaby’s (the DA who prosecuted Dr. Dhafir’s case) nomination for a judgeship. (more…)

Please write to the Syracuse Post-Standard and ask that it publish two letters; from the Dr. Dhafir Support Committee and from Mohamed Khater, sent in response to the article on the Glenn Suddaby nomination for a judgeship. The letters correct misinformation (more…)

To the editors at the Syracuse Post-Standard.

Dear Mr. Connor and Mr. Linhorst:

The Syracuse Post-Standard’s recent article on Glen Suddaby’s nomination to a judgeship included a number of unfortunate inaccuracies regarding the trial and conviction of Dr. Rafil Dhafir. (more…)

Published, September 26th, 2007. To Whom It May Concern:

I was angered when I read “Suddaby Tapped for Judgeship,” by Mark Weiner and
Jim O’Hara, on the Post-Standard website. (more…)

Sent on 9/27/07, published on 10/28/07
From Mohamed Khater

For your reporters to say that Dr. Dhafir was prosecuted for ‘charges he planned to use charitable contributions to support a terrorist organization in Iraq’ and that he was sentenced to 22 years in prison for that, is ignorant at best and malicious at worst. (more…)

Denis Halliday spoke June 28th, 2007 at Syracuse University, about the Iraq Sanctions and Dr. Dhafir’s case. This letter was published in today’s Syracuse New Times. (more…)

[* The Post-Standard curiously left this out of the letter, “Consequently thousands of U.S. brave troops died, tens of thousands were horribly injured…”]

Published in thePost-Standard 5/14/07 (more…)

This letter was sent to the Syracuse Post-Standard on Friday, May 11, 2007

Since the events of September 11, 2001, the government has raided and closed down six major Muslim charities and many smaller Muslim charities, accusing each of funding terrorism. In each case, alleged “guilt by association” meant that the charities’ assets were frozen and their principals arrested. (more…)

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