Written By:Editor In a week that saw papers enter a frenzy over tweets apparently written by fighters in Syria and Iraq, and
Image:Written By:Fahad AnsariA terror conviction can stay with you for life through stigma and restrictions under which you may have to live.
Image:Written By:Salim This is a testimony from an individual CAGE assisted whilst he was detained in Turkey, he was held arbitrarily for
Image:Written By:Fahad AnsariMashudur Chouhdury, last week became the first person to be convicted of terrorism related offences in connection with Syria. As
21 May 2014 13.30hrsA search at the Brighton family home of a Briton killed fighting in Syria has continued into a second
20 May 2014 [12:45] (London, UK) The family home of Abdullah Deghayes, a Briton who died fighting in Syria last month, is currently
Image: Written By: Editor Moazzam Begg, Outreach Director of CAGE and a former prisoner of Bagram and Guantanamo Bay, remains incarcerated in
Written By:EditorCAGE has noticed with increasing worry the steady criminalisation by the UK authorities of those who have demonstrated an interest in
Written By: Naila Abdel-Khalek Police raids are becoming increasingly more common as further pressure is made to bear on the Muslim community.
30 April 2014 (London, UK) CAGE has published the first-ever account of an NHS counter-terrorism training session. The testimony was written by a