The Mohammed Emwazi I met in 2009 was indeed a polite and friendly young man as the author Robert Verkaik and man
London - Today’s reported killing of Mohammed Emwazi in Raqqa by US-UK air strike presents more questions than it does answers.
The Daily Mail and Huffington Post have recently published articles criticising the National Union of Students (NUS) for inviting CAGE outreach director Moazzam Begg
London - As part of this year’s annual review of its activities and plans for the future, CAGE Directors have decided to
The National Secular Society on 23rd April published an article claiming “NUS votes to work with group accused of supporting Islamic extremism”.
Middle East Eye Debate: On Thursday 23 April 2015 Venue: Shoreditch House 1 Ebor Street London E1 6AW Chair: David Hearst (Chief
Free event for all In an attempt to find a way out of the cycle of violence, CAGE has revealed evidence that
Press Conference: The press conference will take place today at 3PM at the P21 Gallery. Address is: 21 Chalton Street NW1 1JD
Mohammed Emwazi first came to CAGE in 2009 after being detained, interrogated and recruited by MI5 on what was meant to be
Mohammed Emwazi is a British citizen who was subjected to security agency harassment for at least four years. He was repeatedly detained