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BREAKING: Our client Abdul Latif Nasser has been released from #Guantanamo. He was cleared for release on July 11, 2016 - more than 5 years ago. Today, he is finally back on Moroccan soil. This wouldn't have happened without the campaigning of this community. Thank you. 🧡 https://t.co/yDhlQ2aSGF
Nasser was brought to Guantánamo in 2002 and never had a charge brought against him. 28 others, also without charge, remain today as indefinite "law-of-war detainees." https://t.co/Keq9vPBnQK
Businesses can sack Muslim women wearing the hijab headscarf if they work face-to-face with customers or if the wearing of the religious clothing causes workplace conflicts, the EU’s highest court has ruled https://t.co/ztb2UwcUJw
Instead of addressing the rise of gendered Islamophobia and hate targeted at Muslim women, Europe’s highest court put into law essentially what is legalized discrimination. Infuriating. https://t.co/p7NJm25c71
مؤثر.. الطفلة رقية نصار تحتضن والدها وتواسيه أثناء تفريغ بنايتهم السكنية تمهيدًا لهدمها بالكامل في بلدة سلوان بالقدس. https://t.co/l8XgRl2Zap
Tough to watch. Ruqaya Nassar comforts her dad as their home in Silwan in East Jerusalem is emptied out in preparation for its total demolition by Israeli forces. https://t.co/n1JQXJtc9R
.@bishoplucia1 appears to be the first U.S. Catholic bishop to publicly call for the Vatican and the U.S. Catholic Church to acknowledge the damage caused by the Doctrine of Discovery and apologize for harming Indigenous peoples in the United States. https://t.co/YCrvBACDsG
Anyone have recommendations for articles/resources (academic or not) on Islamic-influenced art & architecture in Italy? I've already found some on Florence & Venice, but would love to read more. I'm going to Italy for the first time later this month and already nerding out.
"After being imprisoned in Florida for six days, I was moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where I spent 70 days, mostly in solitary confinement. On the way there, I was subjected to the same sensory deprivation and shackling I’d seen at Guantánamo. It was a harrowing ordeal."
If you missed it, here’s my conversation with @mobbiemobes about my new book #Islamophobia_WhatChristiansShouldKnow, hosted by Georgetown’s @acmcu and @bridgeinit. This was one of my favorite virtual book events so far. Thanks for having me! https://t.co/75Cg4yoMdi