Videos about Talha Ahsan

Extradition film

This is an exceptionally moving and informative film, directed by Turab Shah, that explores the injustices of the Extradition Act 2003 through the suffering of Babar Ahmed, Talha Ahsan, and their families.

Would Britain keep Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan in prison without trial if they were not Muslims?

A debate between presenter Tariq Ramadan and guest Hamja Ahsan on the Press TV programme Islam and Life, broadcast on the 13th October 2012.

Does the treatment of Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan undermine the rule of law in Britain and US?

A debate between presenter Tariq Ramadan and guest Arnaud Mafille of Cageprisoners on the Press TV programme Islam and Life, broadcast on the 25th October 2012.

Absent Justice - Episode 6

Guest presenter Asim Qureshi discusses the case of Talha Ahsan, joined in the studio by Hamja Ahsan (Talha's brother) and Seyed Ahsan (Talha's father).

US Justice for British Citizens?

An excellent video summary by The Real News Network of interviews following the decision of Theresa May to block the extradition of Gary McKinnon. Featuring Janis Sharp (mother of Gary McKinnon), Hamja Ahsan (brother of Talha Ahsan), Sophie Farthing (National Council for Civil Liberties), Caroline Lucas (Green Party MP), Moazzam Begg (Cageprisoners, and former Guantanamo Bay detainee), and David Bermingham (extradited as one of the Natwest Three).

BBC World News TV looks at the case of Talha Ahsan

A news clip with Hamja Ahsan, Isabella Sankey (Liberty), and international criminal defence lawyer Douglas McNabb.

Dinner Time

A short presentation by the Ahsan family from their home at dinner time.

Extraditing UK people and putting in solitary in USA

Hamja Ahsan reads new poem from Talha Ahsan written in US pre-trial solitary confinement

Caroline Lucas MP addresses meeting on Solitary Confinement

Caroline Lucas MP addressed the meeting "Extradited to a future of Torture: the reality of Solitary Confinement in the USA" held at King's College in London on 16th May 2013 and supported the cases of extradited British citizens Talha Ahsan and Babar Ahmad.

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