NCPCF Videos

  • Mariam Abu Ali, speaking about her brother

    Mariam Abu Ali, speaking about her brother [Video: 26 min 2 sec.] Mariam Abu Ali, speaking about her brother Ahmed, who is serving a life sentence for a confession obtained under torture. The event, “Islamophobia and the War on Terror” , was held at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Rochester, MN, on May 5, 2017. The event was co-sponsored by NCPCF.

     
  • Kathy Manley – Islam & Preemptive Incarceration

    Kathy Manley – Islam & Preemptive Incarceration. Kathy Manley, NCPCF Legal Director, speaking at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, May 3, 2017. The event “Islam & Preemptive Incarceration” was co-sponsored by NCPCF and the Luther College Center for Ethics and Community Engagement.

     
  • Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration

    Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration [Video: 1 hr. 10 min. 15 sec.] Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration, May 3, 2017 at  Luther College, Decorah, IA,  Featuring Kathy Manley, NCPCF Legal Director,  Mariam Abu Ali, NCPCF Program Director. Mariam’s brother was unjustly incarcerated in the “war” on terror. Joined by Ikraan Abdurahman, whose […]

     
  • Ikraan Abdurahman – Islam & Preemptive Incarceration

    Ikraan Abdurahman – Islam & Preemptive Incarceration [Video 11 min. 51 sec.]

    Ikraan Abdurahman speaking at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, May 3, 2017. Ikraan’s brother was unjustly sentenced to 10 years in prison. The event “Islam & Preemptive Incarceration” was co-sponsored by NCPCF and the Luther College Center for Ethics and Community Engagement.

     
  • Mariam Abu Ali – Islam and Preemptive Incarceration

    Mariam Abu Ali – Islam and Preemptive Incarceration [Video: 22 min. 39 sec]   Mariam Abu Ali, NCPCF Program Director, speaking at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, May 3, 2017. Mariam is sister to Ahmed Abu Ali, unjustly sentenced to life in prison. The event “Islam & Preemptive Incarceration” was co-sponsored […]

     
  • Muslims as Terrorists: Understanding the Communication Management Units [Video]

    Muslims as Terrorists: Understanding the Communication Management Units (4/8/16): [Video: 33 min. 25 sec.] Communication Management Units, nicknamed “Guantanamo North,” are prisons which house disproportionate numbers of Muslims, many who are held on bogus terrorism charges. A former prisoner of a CMU, Abdul Aliyy (formerly known as Avon Twitty), describes the conditions inside the notorious prisons and the treatment of Muslim prisoners in particular. Part of NCPCF’s series, Justice Without Us (formerly, “Just Us or Injustice).

     
  • The Muslim threat re-imagined: Countering Violent Extremism in the war on terror

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    NCPCF: Just Us and Injustice: The Muslim threat re-imagined: Countering Violent Extremism in the war on terror. [68 min.] In 2011, the White House released a report titled “Empowering Local Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism in the United States,” which sought to establish a framework through which CVE efforts would be manifested and buttressed with community support. This framework and the rhetoric surrounding CVE has largely targeted Muslim communities in the United States, leading to a host of consequences not limited to but including the criminalization of youth. Presenters on this panel will address the evolution of CVE, the impact of CVE on the Muslim community and efforts to embrace and/or challenge the framework.

     
  • NCPCF: Dr. Maha Hilal on respectability politics

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    Sourcre: NCPCF Dr. Maha Hilal on Respectability Politics [Video: 3 min. 11 sec.]. Dr. Maha Hilal, NCPCF Executive Director speaks on respectability politics at the Say No Trump Rally on December 20th, 2015.

     
  • NCPCF Video: The War on Terror, the Bill of Rights and Jihad

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    NCPCF (10/13) : The War on Terror, the Bill of Rights and Jihad (Video: 1 hr. 26 min. 58.  sec.) The War on Terror, the Bill of Rights and Jihad. October 8, 2015. Attorney Steve Downs, Executive Director of the National Coalition to Portect Civil Freedoms, speaks about the erosion […]

     
  • Sonali Sadequee, speaking about her brother Shifa, unjustly imprisoned

    Sonali Sadequee, speaking about her brother Shifa, unjustly imprisoned. An interview with Sonali Sadequee, sister of Ehsanul ‘Shifa’ Sadequee, a Bangladeshi-American currently incarcerated in Terre Haute, Indiana charged under the “material support” statute. Although he committed no act of violence, he is being held in the very restrictive Communication Management Unit where he is denied any contact visits with his family.