Lawyers argue that the “Communication Management Unit” regime flouts US ban on cruel punishment. Read more about Why is US holding Palestinian charity workers in "little Gitmos"?
The US Supreme Court announced Monday that it had decided not to hear the appeal of the Holy Land Five; EI interviews Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Read more about "Justice has fled the country": US Supreme Court won't hear Holy Land Five case
A year after being served a subpoena by the FBI because of my political work, the state of civil liberties in the US has only gotten worse. Read more about One year after FBI subpoena, civil liberties protections in US frighteningly eroded even further
The Fifth Circuit Court will hear the oral arguments for an appeal in the case of the Holy Land Five, the founders of the largest Muslim charity in the US who have been imprisoned under Patriot Act laws. Read more about Oral arguments begin in Holy Land Five's case for appeal
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. Read more about US activists face new repression as political prisoners fight for justice