Prison

A Notorious Prison and Libya’s War of Memory

A Notorious Prison and Libya’s War of Memory

Abu Salim was once notorious as the prison where Gadhafi’s opponents were imprisoned, all but forgotten. But in a few short years, conflict has changed the memory of that place and the prison has become embroiled in the contested narratives of post-revolution Libya.

Jailing Jihadists in the West

Jailing Jihadists in the West

Western prison systems still struggle to incarcerate notorious jihadists or ideologues. One major case was that of Abu Qatada, dubbed “Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man.”