Why has no one argued the obvious case that extradition is a denial of our right to trial by a jury of our peers? WHY WHY? How can someone have a right to trial by their peers, and not at least have the evidence reviewed by a grand jury as happens in the US?
Or is this “right” just another set of empty words?
Mike Haseler, Lenzie Thursday 13th December 2007
Alice Fatima, London Thursday 6th December 2007
Le-Ann, UK Wednesday 5th December 2007
Salma Ali, London Wednesday 5th December 2007
Aeishah Griffiths-Williamson, London Wednesday 5th December 2007
Khadijah, London Wednesday 5th December 2007
S.Ali, Dewsbury Wednesday 5th December 2007
Mohammed, Birmingham Wednesday 5th December 2007
Brother, you are in the prayers of thousands of people, at times when you feel despair remember this: Babar Ahmad will be free, and in his freedom he will educate not only those who hurt him and his family, but those who are clueless as to the reality of this life.
Nisah, London Wednesday 5th December 2007
Raha Suhaib, Sharjah Thursday 29th November 2007
Shahid Qureshi, Dubai Thursday 22nd November 2007
Rabia, Manchester Friday 2nd November 2007
Ruby, Surrey Wednesday 31st October 2007
J Thacker, UK Wednesday 24th October 2007
Phil Brand, London Sunday 21st October 2007
Bilkisu Muhammed, Nigeria Thursday 18th October 2007
Neil, Thornton Heath Tuesday 9th October 2007
Anonymous, London Monday 1st October 2007
I have never met you or spoken to you in person, yet I love you as a brother for the sake of Allah (swt), drawn to your plight because anyone of us could so easily be in your situation. Without doubt, Allah tests the believers. And truly this is without doubt because Allah says: “And we will surely test you with some fear, hunger and shortages of property, people and produce. But give good tidings to the steadfast. Those who, when a calamity befalls them say: “We belong to Allah and to Him we return.” Upon these are prayers from their Lord and mercy and these are the rightly-guided ones.” Surah Al-Baqarah: 155-157.
To remove your right to challenge the accusations made against you is nothing less than a travsity of justice. May Allah make your trial a means of bringing you closer to Him. May Allah save us all from such trials and give us the strength and ability to act/speak/feel against injustice anywhere. May Allah ease the burden on your family and make their trial a means for them to come closer to Allah. Ameen.
Mustafa Chaudhary, Reading, UK Saturday 22nd September 2007
A Rahman, London Thursday 20th September 2007