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Ahmed Abu Ali

Another White House Iftar, Another Ramadan Without My Brother

Mariam Abu-Ali | Posted 09.13.2014 | Religion
Mariam Abu-Ali

The White House iftar is a slap in the face to those in the Muslim community who have been victims of U.S. civil-rights and human-rights abuses. It is an attempt by administration after administration to whitewash the crimes of the U.S. government against Muslims.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Victoria Brittain | Posted 08.10.2013 | Politics
Victoria Brittain

A four-month hunger strike, mass force-feedings, and widespread media coverage have at last brought Guantanamo back into American consciousness. Still unnoticed and out of the news, however, is a comparable situation in the U.S. itself.

Ahmed Abu Ali, Terror Suspect, And His Solitary Confinement In Florence's Supermax

AlterNet | Mariam Abu-Ali | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

My brother, Ahmed Abu Ali, has spent the past five years in solitary confinement, under 23-hour lockdown, in a 7x12 cell. He has one recreational hour...