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American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s Hussein Ibish Discusses Civil Liberties During the "War on Terror"

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"One of the major features of the so-called war on terror was been a major campaign to reduce civil liberties in the United States to increase the power of the government over the individual."

Hussein Ibish, spokesperson for the Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, reflects on how civil liberties have been affected by the "war on terror" at a teach-in for the United for Peace and Justice in Washington D.C.

  • Hussein Ibish, Communications Director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

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