News and Analysis (5/21/10)

Suffocated to death while being transported between detention centers, the bodies also had bruises and burns from electric shocks:

“Al Jazeera’s Dan Nolan … says that Western officials have been deliberately excluded from the process. ‘The people organising these talks say these are Afghan problems that need Afghan solutions””:

Although Israel would prefer strong sanctions, it agrees to join on what they consider sanctions “without teeth”:

The hikers admit to being well fed, given access to health care, and allowed to watch television, read books and receive mail from their families however still hope for their release on “humanitarian grounds”:

Saying that as “honest, law-abiding citizens, we ought to have the same rights as other Americans,” Imam Johari Abdul-Malik objects that “certain individuals who are against Muslims would impugn the character of the mosque” innocent of any crime”:

Imran

Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

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