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Implications of Anti-Terrorist Legislation on Civil Liberties

A talk by Massoud Shadjareh, of Islamic Human Rights Commission. Organised by the Islamic College for Advanced Studies, 133 High Road, Willesden, London, NW10

No justice for Muslims in Gujarat: Anti-Muslim arrests under India’s draconian...

IHRC expresses its dismay and concern at the latest wave of mass arrests targetted against Gujarat's already victimised and marginalised Muslim minority.

Emergency Legislation Violates Human Rights Standards

Home Secretary David Blunkett is taking steps to introduce emergency legislation as a result of the atrocities of September 11. The Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill includes measures to detain terrorist suspects indefinitely without trial.

Emergency Legislation Violates Human Rights Standards, Update number 2

IHRC has a number of further concerns regarding the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill currently being pushed through parliament in an unprecedented attempt to curtail civil liberties in the UK.

Emergency Legislation Violates Human Rights Standards

Home Secretary David Blunkett is taking steps to introduce emergency legislation as a result of the atrocities of September 11. The Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill includes measures to detain terrorist suspects indefinitely without trial.

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