Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Michael Ratner, an attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights, who takes a critical look at the Bush administration's proposed anti-terrorism legislation in the context of previous crises that led to the erosion of civil liberties.
A court in Brussels will today (3 October 2001) begin to consider arguments about whether Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon may be investigated in Belgium for alleged war crimes committed in Lebanon in 1982 while he was Israel's Minister of Defence. (Reposted from Chicago IMC)
Boston Globe,10/3/01: More than 195 colleges have provided data about their foreign students to the FBI and the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the three weeks since the terrorist attacks, according to a new survey of 1,060 US colleges that the Globe obtained yesterday. Reposted from Chicago IMC