by Joe Wright, Activist Post:
In a precedent-setting case, Rahinah Ibrahim has become the first person to successfully challenge the U.S. government’s secretive No-Fly List.
Ibrahim was a student at Stanford in 2005 when she was detained at San Francisco Airport while en route to Kona, Hawaii as part of a Ph.D. program in architecture and design. She was detained, interrogated, then released after two hours, but subsequently ended up on the No-Fly List . . . for 7 years.
As the video report below highlights, after a tenacious legal battle Ibrahim has finally been removed from the list and some of the details have been exposed.
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