You simply cannot tell the complete story of 9/11 without including the history of U.S. imperial transgressions in the Middle East.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban by claiming only a very small percentage of innocent people were treated as terrorists while traveling so the outrage was overblown. He also justified the detention of a five year-old child, saying it would be wrong to assume
Trump’s “extreme vetting” order will be seen by American Muslims as discriminatory and may undermine a major counterterror asset: Muslims themselves.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that provides further support for the FBI and its policy of inducing individuals to plot acts of terrorism.
A federal appeals court reinstated a case challenging the government’s use of secretive, experimental prison units known as communications management units.
During the August 13 weekend, the Pentagon released 15 prisoners from the Guantánamo Bay military prison to the United Arab Emirates.
The hurried characterization of Omar Mateen as a foreign bogeyman goes well beyond reactionary, formulaic reciprocation; it is the lens through which all American Muslims are viewed.
Entrapment has often been used as a weapon against Muslims in order to bolster the government’s claim that there is a widespread “threat” of terrorism.
Jared Chase is the last member of the “NATO 3” in prison. He suffers from Huntington’s disease and faces more charges for allegedly assaulting a guard.
The United States’ imperial intervention in the Syrian Civil War may have just escalated further with the creation of a US military base in northern Syria.