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In 2006 The International Red Cross interviewed detainees at Guantnamo Bay the findings of which were to be handed over to the CIA.



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The Islamic Ruling on Voting for the New Egyptian Constitution
Shaykh Abdur Rahman Al-Barrak
All praise is due to Allah, and may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon His servant and messenger Muhammad, his descendants and his companions. To proceed: The difference of opinion among our brothers from the people of the sunnah in Egypt regarding the question of voting for the proposed new constitution that is about to be put to a referendum has been brought to my attention. Their difference in the matter is regarding its legal ruling, as to whether voting for the constitution is to be considered prohibited, permissible or even obligatory. It is well known that in this issue, each side has its own reasoning to support the opinion it holds. I have examined the arguments - which are so exhaustive as to almost confound a person and prevent judgement - which I have been able to analyse from both sides and have found them to be well reasoned and compelling as supporting evidence for their respective positions.
 
Read the Script
Abu Nusaybah
It will shortly be announced that the British and US governments have won and the brothers have lost. If there is anything a reading of the Script informs us of is that the oppressors perceived victories are short-lived and in the end, the truth becomes manifest and justice prevails. Throughout the Arab world, this trend is continuing where former prisoners accused of terrorist acts and threatening state security are now governing their countries, their oppressors consigned to the dustbin of history
 
Anatomy of a "Terrorism" Prosecution: Dr. Rafil Dhafir and the Help the Needy Muslim Charity Case
Katherine Hughes
What was the result of Feb 26, 2003 besides imprisoning of innocent people? Scores of innocent elderly American cancer patients died needlessly, innumerable tens of thousands of Iraqi needy (children, women and men) died and more than that suffered malnutrition and the humiliation of poverty.
 
Interview with Ahmed Faraz, hours before his sentencing
Ahmed Faraz sheds light on the nature of book the prosecution alleged contravened the law, and the wider implications of his convictions on the Muslim community and their liberties in the UK
 
Banning and Burning Books: A New Milestone in the War on Terror
Fahad Ansari
Landmark conviction of Ahmad Faraz for distributing and publishing books exposes extremely serious implications for society at large and Muslims in particular
 
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Iraqi Man Sent by Britain to be Tortured in Jordan
From the West London SPT Conference, Hayes Islamic Centre.
 
Kingston University Student Arrested over Final Year Project
From the West London SPT Conference, Hayes Islamic Centre
 
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Qaseeda - in memory of the Martyrs of Bosnia
A Qaseedah sung by a brother from Madeenah, in memory of some of the famous and beloved brothers killed in Bosnia.
 
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Saudi consultative council likely to debate allowing women to drive - Gulf News
Pakistan fuel price U-turn 'a mistake' - BBC News
Price protests erupt across Algeria - Al Jazeera
Rowdy welcome in Najaf for Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr - BBC News
Palestinian killed in Israeli raid - Al Jazeera
Israel kills two Palestinian men near Gaza Strip border - BBC News
Egypt puts extraordinary security around churches - Yahoo News
Salman Taseer funeral: Pakistan security tight - BBC News
Hopes of Gaza cast in lead - Al Jazeera
Israel continues to demolish Palestinian properties - Gulf News
 
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The Islamic Ruling on Voting for the New Egyptian Constitution
Shaykh Abdur Rahman Al-Barrak
All praise is due to Allah, and may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon His servant and messenger Muhammad, his descendants and his companions. To proceed: The difference of opinion among our brothers from the people of the sunnah in Egypt regarding the question of voting for the proposed new constitution that is about to be put to a referendum has been brought to my attention. Their difference in the matter is regarding its legal ruling, as to whether voting for the constitution is to be considered prohibited, permissible or even obligatory. It is well known that in this issue, each side has its own reasoning to support the opinion it holds. I have examined the arguments - which are so exhaustive as to almost confound a person and prevent judgement - which I have been able to analyse from both sides and have found them to be well reasoned and compelling as supporting evidence for their respective positions.
 
Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: Life & Madhab
Abuz-Zubair
A discussion about various aspects of the life of Imam Ahmad, as well as his Madhab in Aqeedah, Fiqh, principles and some notable Hanbali scholars to-date. The objective of this piece is to briefly introduce the Hanbali Madhab to an average English reader.
 

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