News and Analysis (4/22/10)

A consequence of no applicable military justice system and that courts civilian officials concede are not up to the task of handling a high volume of complex terrorism cases:

“[I]n 2002 and 2003, .the Census Bureau turned over information it had collected about Arab-Americans to Homeland Security”:

The revelation of secret prisons challenges the principles of democracy and freedom in Iraq:

Widely supported, the law would ban the full-face niqab and the burqa and those who choose to violate the late will face up to $34  fine and/or a jail sentence of up to seven days:

Private schools hope to fill the educational void left by Afghanistan’s underfunded public education system:

After his insult to Biden, Netanyahu figures it’s now George Mitchell’s turn to get a taste of Israeli contempt for International Law:


Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

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