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Writing in the Guardian [27 October 2016] “. . . Dr [Adnan]  Siddiqui is now the local GP in the area he grew up. But what he’s better known for is setting up Cage Prisoners. One of the most widely disparaged of advocacy organisations, now simply called Cage, their aim is to support those impacted by the war on terror, documenting abuses and insisting that all should have equal access to the rule of law. They began with a particular concern for those kidnapped by the US and taken to Guantánamo Bay; too innocent to be put before a court of law, allegedly too dangerous to release. And, given the nature of this work, Cage inevitably stand alongside a whole range of people, from those who are innocent and have been wrongly targeted to those who are much more dangerous. Of course, it is the job of the law to distinguish between the two. Which is why the rule of law must pertain – exactly what Cage argue for.” click here.

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