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  • ** FILE ** This undated file photo obtained from a religious school where he studied for five months in Bannu, near Islamabad, Pakistan, shows American-born Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh. (AP Photo/File)

    U.S.-born Taliban fighter wins prison prayer lawsuit

    An American convicted of fighting alongside the Taliban must be allowed to pray daily in a group with other Muslim inmates at his high-security prison in Indiana, a federal judge ruled Friday.


  • Illustration Terrorists' Justice by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    DUNLEAVY: Terrorists in jail demand their 'rights'

    On Sept. 11, the nation remembers that fateful day in 2001 when the earth shook, the buildings fell and the innocent were slain. On that day, we vowed as a nation to bring to justice, or bring justice to, those who committed the acts of terrorism. We did.


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    Top U.S. prison chaplain: Muslim clerics advised on prayer policy

    The federal prison system strives to accommodate inmates' religious beliefs, when possible, but it can't allow daily group prayer for American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh and other Muslims because of security and logistical concerns, the prison system's head chaplain said.


  • Associated Press
John Walker Lindh, serving a 20-year sentence in a Terre Haute prison for aiding the Taliban in Afghanistan, adheres to a school of Islam that requires group prayer five times a day.

    Taliban militant says prison violating his right to pray

    American-born Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh testified Monday that the U.S. government is forcing him to sin by denying him the right to pray daily with other Muslims in the highly restricted federal prison unit where he is detained.


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    American Taliban fighter fights prison prayer rule

    American-born Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh testified Monday that the U.S. government is forcing him to sin by denying him the right to pray daily with other Muslims in the highly restricted federal prison unit where he is detained.


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