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We - The Awqaf, Awqaf Africa And Awqaf Asia - Plead For Release Of British Aid Worker Alan Henning In Support Of CAGE’s Appeal

The Awqaf, Awqaf Africa and Awqaf Asia hereby confirm on their publications including EsinIslam.Com and IslamAfrica.Com the plead to Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) leadership in Syria for the safety of British aid worker hostage Alan Henning threatened with beheading.

This, therefore, is to confirm that Sheikh Abu-Abdullah Adelabu and the council of the Awqaf endorse and seek to award credibility from the Ulamaa and their Mujahidun to the plea to secure the safety and release of British Aid Worker Alan Henning.

Initial positive sentiments and generous approaches from the senior members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) among whom had studied at same establishments in Syria has been promising for all efforts for the release of Alan Henning.

Following the Awqaf’s direct appeal, the senior members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) leadership have expressed their satisfaction over that Alan Henning is a humanitarian aid worker who went to Syria to help victims of the civil war and indicated the readiness of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to show him some mercy to Alan Henning.

Sheikh Abu-Abdullah Adelabu and his Awqaf have related to the leadership of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) their responsibilities to stop all possible damages to the amiable efforts of the Islamic scholars and Du’at (the preachers) in propagating Islam in the West and beyond after the latest threat to Henning's life in a new video released Saturday which showed him in the hands of the kidnappers who might have been the beheaders of British captive David Haines and two American journalists.

Upon their request and release to EsinIslam.Com and IslamAfrica.Com, which they described as the most effective alternative media outlet that reaches the very hearts of Alan Henning’s kidnappers and the true audience of the leadership of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), CAGE an independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror which the aid worker was helping in relieving the Syrian people from the brutes of Tyrant Assad’s regime. Below is the CAGE’s appeal as released:

CAGE’s Editor Calls For Release Of British Aid Worker Alan Henning

CAGE [1] condemns the arbitrary arrest, detention and punishment of anyone without cause and without being afforded their right of due process. This is the case whether the denial of these rights takes place in Egypt or Iraq - as is the case of Alan Henning - or by Western forces around the world in prisons or through drone strikes.

For ten years now, CAGE has been advocating respect for the principles of justice, due process and the rule of law in the War on Terror. We have documented hundreds of cases of abuse and torture by western countries and brought to the attention of the world grave rights violations through our research and casework.

Asim Qureshi, Research Director of CAGE, had the following points to make:

1. Alan Henning should not to be considered a prisoner of war: “Alan Henning went to Syria with Muslims and is known to have been helping the people of Syria. He is not involved in any hostility to Islam or Muslims. Therefore, he cannot be considered a prisoner of war under Islamic law and should be released immediately. We believe there are no grounds for holding Mr Henning prisoner or executing him.”

2. Western Intervention in Iraq is the root cause: “The recent spate of be-headings of Western individuals caught in conflict zones in Syria and Iraq appears to be a direct consequence of current Western intervention in Iraq and Syria. Prior to recent events there was no killing of Western hostages.“

3. The West has set the worldwide example of arbitrary detentions: “Since 9/11, Western policy has developed a process of arbitrary detentions, torture and extrajudicial killing. It is an example which others around the world now appear to be following. It goes without saying that many of the men now perpetrating rights abuses in Iraq and Syria were themselves victims of rights abuses in places such as Abu Ghraib.

4. The UK Government has put aid-workers at risk: “The UK Government coupled with irresponsible media reporting have created significant difficulties for Muslim charities by stigmatising them and labelling them as extremists/terrorists. This has put aid workers at great risk.”

5. Fundamental principles of due process must be respected by all: “The only way forward is a world which respects fundamental principles of due process, a concept central to the Islamic legal framework as well as that of all civilised societies.”

Majid Freeman, an aid worker who accompanied Alan Henning on his last convoy to Syria, said to CAGE:

'Alan is a selfless man who was moved by the suffering of the Syrian people. He understood the risks of going into Syria and, despite our protestations against it, he felt compelled to help the orphans and widows he had met on an earlier trip. I am full of admiration for his courage and bravery and am hopeful that he will soon be released.’

1. CAGE is an independent advocacy organisation that works to empower communities affected by the War on Terror and to highlight abuses of due process.
2. The plea for the release of Alan Henning by British aid workers can be viewed above https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qftTf0itVm4
3. The last known recorded footage of Alan Henning, on the Greece-Turkey border can be seen here: http://youtu.be/YfB8RnukCM8

About CAGE:

CAGE is an independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror. The organisation highlights and campaigns against state policies, striving for a world free from oppression and injustice.

CAGE has been campaigning against the War on Terror for more than a decade. Its work has focussed on working with survivors of abuse and mistreatment across the globe. Its website is one of the leading resources documenting the abuse of due process and the erosion of the rule of law in the context of the War on Terror. CAGE has delivered more than 750 lectures across the UK, produced cutting edge reports and provided a voice to survivors of the War on Terror through its media work.

CAGE says its vision is to see a world free from oppression and injustice.

CAGE says its mission is to highlight and campaign against state policies developed as part of the War on Terror.

Contact: Mr Amandla Thomas-Johnson
Phone: +(44) 207 377 6700
Email: press@cageuk.org
Web: www.cageuk.org
27 Old Gloucester Street


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