Muhammad Salah

How the FBI blacklisted US' largest Muslim civil rights group

Charlotte Silver
San Francisco
22 October 2013
Woman stands in front of Council on American-Islamic Relations sign

Tenuous evidence used to smear Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Victory: Palestinian-American Muhammad Salah removed from US "terrorist" list after lawsuit challenge

In a potentially significant victory for civil rights, Palestinian-American Muhammad Salah has been removed from the US Department of Treasury’s list of “designated terrorists.”

Podcast: Indian boycott activist talks about “tremendous response” to Palestine solidarity call

An exclusive interview with Githa Hariharan of the Indian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, on the various initiatives across India which connect to the global BDS movement.

US sued over "terrorist" designation that has robbed Palestinian American of basic rights for 17 years

A lawsuit filed yesterday challenges the 1995 classification of Palestinian American Muhammad Salah as a “specially designated terrorist.”

US activists face new repression as political prisoners fight for justice

Nora Barrows-Friedman and
Maureen Clare Murphy
15 November 2010


For decades the United States government has attempted to criminalize work in the Palestinian community in support of their national liberation cause. A special feature by The Electronic Intifada shows that in recent years, this repression has increased dramatically.

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