Reading List

The following resources are ones MJL would suggest to anyone looking to gain more familiarity with policies and programs that threaten human and civil rights under national security pretexts.

(last updated March, 2017)

Domestic Impacts of War on Terror, generally

  • Arun Kundnani (2014). The Muslims are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror.
  • Sahar F. Aziz (2014). Policing Terrorists in the Community. Harvard National Security Journal, 5, 147–224. (article)
  • Amna Akbar (2015). National Security’s Broken Windows. UCLA Law Review, 62, 834–907. (article)

Entrapment, Informants, and Law Enforcement Spying:

Controlled Application Review and Resolution Program (CARRP):

No Fly List:

Problems with the “Terrorism” Label, and/or “Radicalization” and “Pre-Crime” Theories:

Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) / Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) Designations:

“Material Support” Prosecutions:

Anti-Muslim Law Enforcement Trainings:

“Countering Violent Extremism” (CVE) / “Countering Islamic Extremism” (CIE) / PREVENT:

What’s the “Alternative” to Abusive Intelligence Practices that Treat Muslims as a Suspect Community?: