Gumnaam - Nameless Seekers of Justice

Gumnaam means "someone without a name" or more relevantly "a name lost." This blog is dedicated to those whose names may have been lost from our daily memories but their cause still stands tall and will do so as long as there are people struggling for that cause.

This blog is dedicated to those innocent and guilty who are imprisoned around the world in the name of a larger world agenda. They are those who are undergoing harrowing pain each day in the name of justice and the reason for their imprisonment is a larger cause that they defend. Whether innocent or guilty, this blog calls out for their just trial and just judgement.  

This is dedicated to the cause of justice! 

Friday, April 17, 2009

Who is Political Prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal

Rejected by Supreme Court, Mumia Still Awaits Justice

Mumia Abu Jamal has been locked in Philadelphia jail for over two decades awaiting his death row. His only crime, his defenders argue, is the color of his skin.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Dr. Afia's Case Still Demands Justice

Binyam's words prove that Dr. Afia Siddiqui was in fact imprisoned in Bagram, Afghanistan throughout her five year "disappearance." She is now in Texas, with her case still unresolved, undergoing tests and treatments. Read and forward this article to create more awareness about her case.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Binyam raises questions about the image of various countries

Read my recent article on Suite101 - its about Binyam's release from Guantanamo Bay jail and looks into the fears of the British government on his release. To read the article, click on the link below.

Welcoming home the terrorist - Binyam

I will be updating this blog regularly on more articles related to this topic so watch out!