CAGE calls for clarification in Britain’s role in detention and interrogation of Umm Sayyaf

London - CAGE calls on the British government to clarify its involvement in the detention-without-charge and interrogation of Iraqi national Nasrin As’ad Ibrahim [1], the wife of Abu Sayyaf, who was killed in a US raid in Syria in June in which UK media reported British forces took part. [2]

Aug 24, 2015 Editor Article
CAGE says FCO has to answer questions over Briton’s disappearance and staged arrest in Bangladesh

London – CAGE calls on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to answer crucial questions regarding the disappearance of Touhidur Rahman in Bangladesh three months ago and clarify what assistance was given to the family.

Aug 22, 2015 Editor Article
5 problems with BBC Panorama’s “Fighting Terror With Torture”

A BBC Panorama documentary aired last week that discussed the use of torture in the War on Terror, should be seen as a subtle piece of propaganda for torture apologists. It catalogues a series of torture techniques used by the CIA as part of their Enhanced Interrogation Programme that was born in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.

Aug 14, 2015 Editor Article
Leaked spy cables show Israel’s shadow in Africa

CAGE Africa's Karen Jayes writes this piece on the leaked spy cables covering hundreds of documents, many of them between South Africa’s State Security Agency (SSA) and its foreign counterparts and government, which have revealed a local intelligence agency that turns staunch in the face of international pressure – in particular pressure from Israel – but has also rendered its citizens vulnerable to surveillance.

Aug 10, 2015 Karen Jayes Article
CAGE Africa launches global petition to support request for Guantanamo resettlement in SA

(Johannesburg, South Africa) – CAGE Africa, a branch of CAGE in the UK, has launched a global petition to support their request to the South African government to resettle cleared Guantanamo Bay detainees.

Aug 10, 2015 Editor Press Release
Israeli High Court judges fail to defend human rights

Palestinian lawyer Mufid Abdulqader writes this piece whilst currently in prison in the United States on behalf of Israel. He was prosecuted due to his work with the Holy Land Foundation, one of the first charities to become targetted as part of the War on Terror for alleged links to Hamas. He has recently written to CAGE to give an inside view of the proceedings of the Israeli High Court in issuing administrative detention orders.

Aug 07, 2015 Mufid Abdulqader Article
Cameron strikingly similar to South Africa’s PW Botha at the height of violent apartheid

In this piece, Karen Jayes of CAGE Africa examines Cameron’s ‘extremist’ speech which was made last month, which bears many resemblances to PW Botha’s disastrous 1985 ‘Crossing the Rubicon’ diatribe which brought on South Africa’s second State of Emergency.

Aug 06, 2015 Karen Jayes Article

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