of Cases


Project SALAM


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Son of Mountains
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Project Salam Letters
to Mr. Obama and Mr. Holder

Read Descriptions of
Each Letter

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text of each letter

February 17, 2009 Letter

April 4, 2009 Letter

May 21, 2009 Letter

July 8, 2009 Letter

November 16, 2009 Letter

March 8, 2010 Letter

February 15, 2012 Letter

News & Articles

Book Reviews

Link to Cases

Yassin Aref

Dr. Rafil Dhafir

Newburgh 4

Syed Fahad Hashmi

Sami Al-Arian

The Fort Dix 5

Other Cases

How to Obtain
Medical Records
From a Federal

List of Known Prisoners at
Terra Haute CMU

List of Known Prisoners at
Marion CMU


Support the work of Project SALAM via Paypal

Project SALAM (Support And Legal Advocacy for Muslims) was founded in 2008 after a conference at Albany Law School in Albany, New York to discuss the nationwide preemptive prosecutions of Muslims.

Go to http://www.projectsalam.org/about.html for more information. Our activities include a unique database that documents all the preemptive prosecution cases nationwide, which continues to be used by legal researchers and journalists, and a book on the history of repression in the U.S., Victims of America’s Dirty Wars. Click here for the 2011 Activities Report.

Your donations to Project SALAM will be used to support SALAM’s activities. (Donations are not tax-deductible at this time, however, Project SALAM is working towards getting a 501(c)3 tax deductible status). Thank you for your support!


Support the Aref-Hossain Family Fund via Paypal

The Aref-Hossain Family Fund was begun in 2006 as one of the first activities of the Muslim Solidarity Committee (http://nepajac.org/Aref&Hossain.htm). The MSC was founded to support Yassin Aref (www.yassinaref.com) and Mohammed Hossain, two Albany, New York Muslims who were preemptively prosecuted by the FBI in a phony sting operation in 2003–2004, convicted in 2006, and sentenced to 15 years each.

But they left behind two financially devastated families with a total of 10 young children. Since then, the Aref-Hossain Family Fund has supplied financial assistance to both families, depending on need; monies are split between the two families as evenly as possible.

Administered by one of Project SALAM’s attorneys, the Fund assists the families with various living expenses such as rent and utility payments, prison visits, and transportation and school costs for the children. 100% of the monies are fundraised and go directly to the families; the Fund receives no institutional support and takes no administrative expenses. Donations are not tax-deductible.


For more information on the Family Fund, write to: Aref-Hossain Family Fund, c/o Law Offices of Stephen Downs/Lynne Jackson, 223 South Swan St., Albany, NY 12202, or e-mail lynnejackson@mac.com.

Thank you so much for your support!