Supreme Court to hear case of American Muslims placed on no-fly list for refusing to spy

October 9, 2020
Arab American News

...Due to being placed on the no-fly list, some of the men were not able to see family members overseas for years. One was unable to visit his gravely ill grandmother, one was separated from his wife and three young children for nearly five years and another was unable to see his wife for nearly two years.

The original complaint, on behalf of plaintiff Muhammad Tanvir, was filed by the CLEAR (Creating Law Enforcement Accountability and Responsibility) project of CUNY (City University of New York) School of Law and later joined by the CCR (Center for Constitutional Rights). ...

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