Sheikh Muhammad al-Dedew’s poem to his wife: “I remain close to you, in spite of my distant imprisonment…”
A poem written by Sheikh Muhammad al-Dedew al-Shanqiti to his wife during his imprisonment in Mauritania.
A statement by the East Turkestan Muslim Scholars Association condemning the killing of Sheikh Abdulhamid Abdullah in Chinse prison.
Babar Ahmad speaks to BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire about his life and his ordeal in his first TV interview.
A letter written by a detainee in one of Egypt’s notorious detention centres in Fayoum and smuggled out of an underground cell has provided detailed information on 12 torture tactics used by Egyptian national security guards.
The Australian Government’s relentless barrage of interference and harassment towards the Muslim community has led to an entire community being criminalised through: • Anti-Muslim “terror” laws • Phoney charges • Monitoring of children • De-radicalisation initiatives • Airport scrutiny • Foreign policy • Media sensationalism • Citizenship laws • Imposing
Maryam Siddiqui, daughter of Dr Aafia Siddiqui speaks about her ordeal for the first time in an emotional letter to Maryam Sharif- daughter of the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.