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Thank you for this share. I will be signing the petition now.

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Signed the petition.

Jazaak Allah Khair Ukhti :)

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Mauri Saalakhan highlights the case of Tarek Mehanna on PressTV.

"... People in China, people in South Africa have been marveling at the courage that this principled young man (Tarek) mustered to speak truth to power the way that he did. There had been a number of authorities on the legal front that have weighed in the (American Civil Liberties Union) ACLU and various other constitutional scholars who are of the opinion that this is a case that has a high probability of being overturned on appeal because it was purely about speech."

http://presstv.com/detail/238344.html
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Insha-Allah, his appeal will be heard and granted. keep bro Tarek Mehanna in your prayers.

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Mauri Saalakhan highlights the case of Tarek Mehanna on PressTV.

"... People in China, people in South Africa have been marveling at the courage that this principled young man (Tarek) mustered to speak truth to power the way that he did. There had been a number of authorities on the legal front that have weighed in the (American Civil Liberties Union) ACLU and various other constitutional scholars who are of the opinion that this is a case that has a high probability of being overturned on appeal because it was purely about speech."

http://presstv.com/detail/238344.html
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Insha-Allah, his appeal will be heard and granted. keep bro Tarek Mehanna in your prayers.

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InshaAllah !


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This vid made me cry sis... Imagine his position - in Prison, keeping hold of his Islam, tightly, And singing a nasheed to help comfort the others... His expression was one of determination, one of defiance, and one of fearlessness... I admire that man.

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This vid made me cry sis... Imagine his position - in Prison, keeping hold of his Islam, tightly, And singing a nasheed to help comfort the others... His expression was one of determination, one of defiance, and one of fearlessness... I admire that man.

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Yes, really heartbreaking moment...I wonder what happened to him, to those brothers, how did end their suffering? This clip is from 1993.

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Assalaamu`alaykum,

These last few weeks have been insanely stressful but amidst all the worry, let's not forget a brother from amongst our Islamic Awakening community who was recently sentenced to 7 years and 8 months. Brother InPrison / Asad Allah (Reed S. Berry) deserves the same kind of support like Tariq so please take a couple of minutes to write your messages for him below or pm them to me. A brother will be sending them out to him insha'Allaah.

There are NOT ENOUGH responses in this thread. Come on brothers and sisters. The deadline has been extended to May 7th, 2012. Can we please show more letters of support?'

***DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 7 MAY 2012***

http://forums.islamicawakening.com/f47/ ... 6th-58255/

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Asalaam Aleikum,

I am not familiar with this brother's story, however in a time of need we could all use support. Please let him know that he is in our duas. I cannot make my message personal, as he is a brother, hopefully some brothers here will have some kind words to say to him, insha Allah. May Allah keep him strong in his imaan. Ameen.

Here is a nice dua he can recite. Allah answers the duas of the oppressed.


Dua'a 140 -Imam Musa bin Jafar Al Kazim said :
If a person, subjected to oppression, recites (the following) du-a'a inshallah Allah will destroy the oppressor"

O He who equips me to cope with the hardships which have afflicted me, O He who helps me to take off the load of the sorrows which have burdened me, keeps an eye (which never sleeps) on me, make me competent to deal with (misfortunes) with the (help of) a strong reinforcement (from You) which cannot be knocked down. O He who owns the strongest strength, O He who owns the most majestic majesty, O He who owns the highest honour compared to which all that which has been created is low and humble, send blessings on Muhammad and on the children of Muhammad, make me competent to deal with the oppressor, and punish him for what he did to me.

YAA U'DDATEE I'NDA SHIDDATEE WA YAA GHAWTHEE I'NDA KURBATEE UH'RISNEE BI-AY'NIKALLATEE LAA TANAAMU WAKFINEE BIRUKNIKALLAD'EE LAA YURAAMU YAA D'AL QUWWATIL QAWIYYATI WA YAA D'AL JALAALISH SHADEEDI WA YAA D'AL I'ZZATILLATEE KULLU KHALQIKA LAHAA D'ALEELUN S'ALLI A'LAA MUH'AMMADIN WA AALI MUH'AMMAD WAKFINEE Z'AALIMEE WANTAQIM LEE MINHU

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Assalaamu`alaykum,

These last few weeks have been insanely stressful but amidst all the worry, let's not forget a brother from amongst our Islamic Awakening community who was recently sentenced to 7 years and 8 months. Brother InPrison / Asad Allah (Reed S. Berry) deserves the same kind of support like Tariq so please take a couple of minutes to write your messages for him below or pm them to me. A brother will be sending them out to him insha'Allaah.

There are NOT ENOUGH responses in this thread. Come on brothers and sisters. The deadline has been extended to May 7th, 2012. Can we please show more letters of support?'

***DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 7 MAY 2012***

http://forums.islamicawakening.com/f47/ ... 6th-58255/


Oh no... Asad Allah got arrested - he's a regular at Islamicawakening.com... this is just getting beyond ridiculous now.

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to Mail him, the address is:

Newaygo County Jail
Attention: Reed Stanley Berry #000061590
PO Box 845
White Cloud, Michigan 49349
USA


To send him money for phone & comesary do the following:

Go to: EZ Money Load

Once there do the following:

Step 1: Select the facility where the inmate is located ---> Newaygo County (MI) [press "N" and it will go there automatically]

Step 2: Select the first letter of the inmate's last name ---> "B" [click "B"]

Step 3: Select the inmate from the list below by pressing the select button next to their name ----> BERRY REED S 61590 M 26 [click "Select" button]

You should now be on the page where you enter the amount you want to put on his account.


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Reed Stanley Berry, 26, of St. Joseph, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Holmes Bell in Grand Rapids to seven years, eight months in prison for assaulting a federal officer with a dangerous weapon – his car.


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http://aseerun.org/tag/reed-stanley-berry/

April 20, 2012

" Threat of Terrorism Charges Still Loom After Seven Year Sentence

A Southwest Michigan man, suspected of providing support to foreign terror groups, was sentenced today to prison for trying to ram the car of an FBI agent conducting surveillance before the 10th anniversary of the 11 September terror attacks.

Reed Stanley Berry, 26, of St. Joseph, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Holmes Bell in Grand Rapids to seven years, eight months in prison for assaulting a federal officer with a dangerous weapon – his car.
Berry has not been indicted on any terror-related charges.

The FBI raided his home after he allegedly used the Internet to contact one or more foreign terrorist organisations, court records showed. His attorney, noting that Berry has not been charged with terror crimes, said that Berry’s correspondence, which the government believed was a threat to national security, was speech protected under the First Amendment.

The seeming disparity between the First Amendment rights of Muslims and other Americans is one that has been recently questioned, especially in light of two recent cases; the Hutaree Militia, self-described ’Christian Warriors’ acquitted on the basis of First Amendment rights, and that of Tariq Mehanna, sentenced to seventeen and a half years for translation of classical Arabic texts and his desenting opinion over US foreign policy.

Attorney Elias Muawad stated that Berry’s actions did ‘not rise to any level of a material support for terrorism’ while Assistant U.S. Attorney Hagen Frank remained ambiguous concerning future charges, saying that whether Berry is charged with a terror crime ‘remains to be seen.’

His attorney said Berry was frustrated by his situation and had felt liked a “caged animal”. He met and married a Muslim woman from London online, and was eager to settle down with his wife and begin his new family life but was prohibited from leaving the US for Britain as he was on the No-Fly List.

Berry was under twenty-four-hour surveillance in the days leading to the tenth anniversary of the terror attacks. He was aware that he was under investigation when he tried to ram a parked car driven by FBI special agent Sam Moore.

‘He’s a terrorism suspect. Now, he’s at the point he’s coming at me with the vehicle, and I didn’t really know how far he was prepared to take it‘. The frightened agent mentioned he considered shooting Berry as Berry’s vehicle sped backward toward him, but instead turned and hit the gas to avoid a collision.

Berry, described as highly intelligent, said he understood that his shooting by the FBI would have been justified. He apologised to all involved, especially to the traumatised Agent Moore, and said his actions that night were ‘rash, irresponsible and potentially dangerous. I feel nothing but regret. … I didn’t hate or harbor ill feelings.‘

His step-mother, Julie Berry, said in a letter to the court that Reed had turned to Islam, the religious community and family to get his life on track:

‘[He] is a kind and loving soul that has struggled, as many young adults do, to find his place in society. Along the way he has made poor decisions hurting himself, but has never been a threat to other individuals or society.

After 9/11 Reed became fascinated with religion, learning everything he could and trying to understand “why” there is so much hatred in this world. His passion for information led him to books and websites that spoke from an international perspective for injustice.’


The judge expressed concerns regarding Berry’s views, stating ’The problem is, his reality may not be everybody else’s reality. I’m troubled by his reality‘. He additionally recommended that Berry might require mental-health treatment, adding ‘That is not something to be ashamed about at all. Some people just have issues… the court is struck by the fact that this is an intelligent individual.‘

It is unknown when or to where Berry will be transferred now that he has been sentenced or as to whether he will serve his sentence in a normal Federal Penitentiary or be placed under ‘special’ housing usually reserved for Muslim inmates and highly dangerous offenders. It is also unclear at this time whether additional charges are pending regarding the government’s “terrorism” investigation.

Remember to keep him and his family in you du’a."

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Attending this event, insha-Allah.

I'll take notes and share them here if I do go.

Scimi

EDIT: can't make it.


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Go bro :) Don't forget to tell us Insha'Allah
I'm sick that many people don't even watch topic like this...

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A Mother’s Words: Laila Yaghi Speaks About Her Son’s Case & Current Situation

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Listen to Laila yaghi speaking at an event presented by the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms, held in the Beloved Community Center in Greensboro, NC on April 12, 2012. Filmed by Friends of Human Rights.



Laila Yaghi, mother of Ziyad Yaghi, speaks about her son’s current situation after his conviction and sentence of thirty-two years. She describes the FBI harassment she and her son have experienced and continued to experience as he was pressured, threatened and coerced in the FBI’s attempts to recruit him as an informant and later to cause him to to testify against others.

His refusal to comply, to lie, and become an informant earned him the ire of the FBI and Federal Prosecutors and so he now sits in solitary confinement with a thirty-two year sentence, when not a single shred of evidence was presented showing that any crime had been committed or attempted. What then was his crime except that he was steadfast against being used to harm and oppress others?

More about Ziyad: http://aseerun.org/2012/04/23/our-broth ... -our-help/

Here is a poem she wrote:

Let it be documented in history
Every shameful act
Every bit of racism
That America has

Let every eye that cried
And every tear that dropped
Be documented on your shameful pages

Let every sigh of oppression
Every exhale of depression
That America caused
Mingle with high winds
And twirl around
Sweeping everything in its path

america never was I proud of you
My country
With your many shameful acts
Your lynching, your sadistic control
Beyond reason
Your inequality in religion and race
Your double standards in freedom of speech

america
Every tree that grew on your land
Was watered from evaporated tears

And your eagles that soar high in the sky
Resting on your magnificent mountains
Mumble words of disappointment
And burry their faces from disgrace

And your stars that are embedded
On your flag
March with no dignity at night

america
You have done so much injustice in your land
Uncivilized acts of discrimination
Targeting Muslims
Treating them in such inhumane ways
As if you swore on
INEQUALITY we stand

The abuse of your power has gone too far
Innocent young Muslims
Lie all day staring at the ceiling
In a 6x9foot cells

I DIE…. I DIE
I die many times at night
My soul rises from grief
To be returned in the morning
Still in shock
What america
My own country has done
To my INNOCENT SON
And a million more

.

By ©Laila Yaghi©

Can't imagine how she must feel when her son is imprisoned only because he is muslim. :(

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A Mother’s Words: Laila Yaghi Speaks About Her Son’s Case & Current Situation

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Listen to Laila yaghi speaking at an event presented by the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms, held in the Beloved Community Center in Greensboro, NC on April 12, 2012. Filmed by Friends of Human Rights.



Laila Yaghi, mother of Ziyad Yaghi, speaks about her son’s current situation after his conviction and sentence of thirty-two years. She describes the FBI harassment she and her son have experienced and continued to experience as he was pressured, threatened and coerced in the FBI’s attempts to recruit him as an informant and later to cause him to to testify against others.

His refusal to comply, to lie, and become an informant earned him the ire of the FBI and Federal Prosecutors and so he now sits in solitary confinement with a thirty-two year sentence, when not a single shred of evidence was presented showing that any crime had been committed or attempted. What then was his crime except that he was steadfast against being used to harm and oppress others?

More about Ziyad: http://aseerun.org/2012/04/23/our-broth ... -our-help/

Here is a poem she wrote:

Let it be documented in history
Every shameful act
Every bit of racism
That America has

Let every eye that cried
And every tear that dropped
Be documented on your shameful pages

Let every sigh of oppression
Every exhale of depression
That America caused
Mingle with high winds
And twirl around
Sweeping everything in its path

america never was I proud of you
My country
With your many shameful acts
Your lynching, your sadistic control
Beyond reason
Your inequality in religion and race
Your double standards in freedom of speech

america
Every tree that grew on your land
Was watered from evaporated tears

And your eagles that soar high in the sky
Resting on your magnificent mountains
Mumble words of disappointment
And burry their faces from disgrace

And your stars that are embedded
On your flag
March with no dignity at night

america
You have done so much injustice in your land
Uncivilized acts of discrimination
Targeting Muslims
Treating them in such inhumane ways
As if you swore on
INEQUALITY we stand

The abuse of your power has gone too far
Innocent young Muslims
Lie all day staring at the ceiling
In a 6x9foot cells

I DIE…. I DIE
I die many times at night
My soul rises from grief
To be returned in the morning
Still in shock
What america
My own country has done
To my INNOCENT SON
And a million more

.

By ©Laila Yaghi©

Can't imagine how she must feel when her son is imprisoned only because he is muslim. :(



Uh, sad, sad, sad,sad... Ya Allah, help them!

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Go bro :) Don't forget to tell us Insha'Allah
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Brother, maybe u can go here, I don´t know in which city do you live:

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15 May

My Name is /Khan/ Ahsan…and I’m not a Terrorist.

A Public Meeting on the Unjust Extradition of British Citizens to the United States

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Hello, My name is Ahsan… And I’m not a terrorist.

Syed Talha Ahsan, born in London in 1979, has been detaineed in the UK for the past six years without charge. A graduate with first class honours, Talha, like computer expert Gary McKinnon, has been diagnosed with asperger’s syndrome.

In 2006, Talha was arrested at the request of the United States. He has been in prison ever since, without charge or trial, resisting extradition to solitary confinement, among other inhumane conditions, in the United States. Talha has never been to the United States and has neither friends nor relations there. Additionally, Talha has never been arrested or questioned by British Police.

Talha, and his co-defendant, Babar Ahmad, as well as computer geek Gary McKinnon, and student Richard O’Dwyer, are among a handful of British citizens fighting the unjust extradition to the United States. Their cases have sparked widespread condemnation and outrage, and have been as described “ludicrous” by the president of the liberal democrat party, Tim Farron, and “absolutely ridiculous” by the now-grown children of Eileen Clark, who is to be extradited for allegedly “kidnapping” her own children 15 years ago.

Talha and others now face extradition within a few months since the European Court recently refused to block the order to render them to the United States.

Logic would dictate that UK citizens accused of crimes that were allegedly committed in the UK, should be tried in the UK on the basis of evidence, open to challenge and scrutiny in British courts.

We want to stop the extradition of UK citizens and instead have justice served in the courts of the UK. Join us in this lofty endeavor:

Wednesday, 23rd May, 2012
6-8PM
Hend House (also Zakat House),
233 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2 BEE, UK
Nearest underground: Tottenham Court Road or Holborn
Buses 25, 73, 19, 38, 29, 134

Speakers:

Bruce Kent (Liberty)
Gareth Peirce,
Friar Joe Ryan (Chair, Westminster Justice And Peace Commission),
Isabella Sankey (Liberty),
Salma Yaqoob (Respect),
Riz Ahmed (Actor, The Road To Guantanamo, Four Lions)
David Bermingham (Natwest 3),
and Victoria Brittain

For further information, email us, call us at 07539 659 532, or visit our website, FreeTalha.Org. Also, don’t forget to Join Our Campaign on facebook and twitter.

http://aseerun.org/2012/05/15/my-name-is-khan-ahsan/

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