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Moazzam Begg and Andy Worthington on Human Rights in The War on Terror

Chris | 11.12.2007 01:12 | Guantánamo | Iraq | Repression | Terror War | Sheffield | World

Moazzam Begg, Guantanamo Survivor and author of Enemy Combatant, Andy Worthington Journalist and Author of Guantanamo Files, a student from the Amnesty Society and Shazia Rashid from the Stop Islamophobia Society all spoke to a public meeting titled Human Rights in The War on Terror at Sheffield University on 10th December 2007.

Attached are some audio recordings from the meeting, the notice of the meeting was posted here:

For more information see and and



Related Audio

11.12.2007 10:42

Some other audio related to the "War on Terror" on Sheffield Indymedia:

Can Human Rights Survive the "War on Terror"?

An audio recording of a public meeting held in Sheffield on 1st September 2007 which was addressed by Stephanie Harrison, a Human Rights Lawyer dealing with those targetted by the anti terrorist legislation and Mohammed Abdulmalik, president of Libya Watch, a Human Rights Organisation.

Guantánamo Bay: The Case of Omar Deghayes

On 28th June 2007 Abu Bakr Deghayes who is Omar Deghayes brother and Jackie Chase of the Brighton based Save Omar campaign ( ) spoke at a public meeting in Sheffield: "Voices from Guantánamo - How the War on Terror terrorises the Innocent"

Craig Murray: Legality, Morality and the War on Terror

Video and mp3 of a talk by Craig Murray [former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan], Legality, Morality and the War on Terror, recorded at Sheffield Hallam University on 9th October 2006.


See Also

11.12.2007 13:09

This article by Andy Worthington which covers the ground that his talk covered but in more detail:

Guantánamo Britons To Be Released: A Mixed Result