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BY staff | Detroit, MI | 11/10/14
Prosecutor Jonathan Tukel of the U.S. Attorney’s Office is asking that the bond for Palestinian American leader Rasmea Odeh be revoked.
BY staff | Mexico | 11/09/14
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Legalization for All (L4A) Network. Normalista refers students at a "normal school" or teaching college.
BY staff | Detroit, MI | 11/07/14
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Rasmea Defense Committee.
Rasmea Odeh
BY Ian Decker | Salt Lake City, UT | 11/06/14
Fifteen anti-war activists gathered in front of the William F Bennet Federal Building on Nov. 4 to stand in solidarity with Rasmea Odeh.
Rasmea Odeh
BY Cassia Laham | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 11/06/14
At the start of rush hour on Nov. 4, a dozen anti-war organizers and members of the Palestinian community gathered outside the Federal Courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale with a huge banner, “Drop The Charges Against Rasmea!”
Rasmea Odeh
BY Michela Martinazzi | Gainesville, FL | 11/06/14
Twenty-five University of Florida (UF) students and allies rallied on campus in solidarity with Arab American women’s leader Rasmea Odeh. Odeh’s trial began in Detroit on Nov. 4 and is continuing thru the week.
Rasmea Odeh
BY staff | Detroit, MI | 11/06/14
Fight Back New Service is circulating this Nov. 6 statement from the Rasmea Defense Committee.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Detroit, MI | 11/06/14
Rasmea Odeh’s supporters were in high anticipation as they waited on line for Judge Drain’s court room to open this morning, Nov. 6. Everyone expected the high point of the trial to be when Rasmea Odeh took the stand to testify in her own defense.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Detroit, MI | 11/04/14
Judge Gershwin Drain oversaw jury selection today in the case of Rasmea Odeh. Odeh is on trial in Detroit for failing to disclose in her application for citizenship that she was tortured by the Israeli military in 1969 until she confessed to a crime she didn’t commit.
BY staff | Detroit, MI | 11/03/14
On Tuesday, Nov. 4, a federal trial will get underway here of longtime women’s rights advocate and Palestinian American leader Rasmea Odeh. She will face a charge of procuring her citizenship unlawfully by allegedly omitting an answer on her citizenship application 10 years ago. The stakes are high say Odeh’s defenders; she faces revocation of her citizenship, 10 years imprisonment, and eventual deportation.
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