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US Double Standards Against Terror

US selective in its condemnation of terrorist acts

International Terror in the Guise of Justice

The IHRC condemns the attacks on Afghanistan launched by the US and UK as laden with contradiction and double standards.

Legislating Against Terror or Breaking Dissent? National Anti-Terrorism Laws 1998 –...

Faisal Bodi provides an overview and analysis of anti-terrorism laws either enacted or proposed in the UK, USA, Canada and South Africa, and assesses...

UPDATE ON UK ANTI TERROR LAWS #4

The Criminal Justice (Conspiracy & Terrorism) Bill has become law. The laws will include wide-ranging powers to stop support and association with groups deemed to be 'inflicting terror' abroad.

UPDATE ON UK ANTI TERROR LAWS #3

The Criminal Justice (Conspiracy & Terrorism) Bill has become law. The laws will include wide-ranging powers to stop support and association with groups deemed to be 'inflicting terror' abroad.

UPDATE ON UK ANTI TERROR LAWS #3

Both Members of Parliament and Lords approved the Bill, after two days of emergency debates. A number of MPs abstained, or tried to block the Bill from becoming law.

JUDGE, JURY AND EXECUTIONER: American justice or American terror?

IHRC comment on the US attack against Al-Shifa Pharmaceutical Factory in Khartoum, Sudan.

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