British woman convicted for ‘terrorism’ for poetry


Samina MalikFrom The Guardian (UK) 11/12/07:

Samina Malik “went all Web 2.0 and posted poems – terrible, terrible poems – on various websites. That’s about the extent of her terrorist activity. But never fear. The judge and prosecutors went the extra mile to give her a notoriety that her very, very bad poetry and infantile fantasies about being a terrorist really don’t warrant.”

See also this cartoon.

See also here.

A mass police search of a sixth form college in east London raises questions about the criminalisation of young people: here.

Miami: Collapse of Liberty City 7 case exposes fraud of “war on terror”: here.

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