The daughter HLF defendant Mufid Abdulqader speaks about her father’s detention in the Communications Management Unit in Marion, Illinois.
Sanabel Abu-Baker, daughter of President and CEO of the Holy Land Foundation Shukri Abu-Baker, talks about how much she misses her father.
Singer/songwriter David Rovics performs the “Holy Land 5,” a song that does a remarkable job in covering the HLF case in less than four minutes.
Children of the Holy Land Five speak about their fathers, who are serving sentences ranging from 15 to 65 years.
Eight years after the HLF convictions, Aljazeera releases a documentary about the HLF case and how it devastated the inmates and families.
This video, edited by daughters of the Holy Land Five, chronicles the last decade of the HLF prosecution through photos.
“One of the blackest days in U.S. history happened right under your nose,” states this video, edited by daughters of the Holy Land Five.
Hear President and CEO of the Holy Land Foundation Shukri Abu-Baker recite a poem he wrote about his prosecution.
“I do not apologize for feeding orphans and needy families,” says Ghassan Elashi, one of the Holy Land Five.
The first trial ended with zero guilty verdicts. One news anchor called the outcome, “a stunning defeat for the government’s War on Terror.”