“Justice has fled the country”: US Supreme Court won’t hear Holy Land Five case

By Nora Barrows-Friedman / Electronic Intifada Mon, 10/29/2012 The US Supreme Court announced today that it had decided not to hear the appeal of the Holy Land Five, despite the obvious violations of the Sixth Amendment of the Constitution that led to the convictions of the five men who headed the HLF and provided humanitarian aid to Palestinians. […]

Supreme Court to rule on whether to rule on the HLF case

October  25, 2012. This week, the US Supreme Court will likely conference on whether or not they’ll hear the HLF case, making it the last legal recourse for the Holy Land Five.

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October  29, 2012. The U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear the Holy Land Foundation case. Their decision marks the end of the judicial process and the continuation of a massive effort to free the Holy Land Five.

SCOTUS to consider fate of jailed Muslim charity leaders

BY NATASHA LENNARD  / Salon.com THURSDAY, OCT 25, 2012 On Friday the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to hear the case of the Holy Land Five — a group of Muslim charity leaders who face jail sentences of up to 65 years. On Thursday afternoon, activists, attorneys and family members of the prisoners have planned to rally […]

‘Let us not be brought down’ : Last legal recourse for Holy Land Five

By Noor Elashi The Electronic Intifada New York City, 24 October 2012 This Friday, the US Supreme Court will likely decide on whether to hear the Holy Land Foundation case in which my father is a defendant. The decision will come after 11 tumultuous years of raids, arrests, trials and appeals. This will be the […]