Ibraheim "Abe" Mashal

plaintiff in the ACLU's no-fly list case

Guest

Plaintiff in the ACLU's no-fly list case; dog trainer and US Marine Corps veteran and author of No Spy, No Fly

Ibraheim "Abe" Mashal on KCRW

A federal court has ruled that the no fly list is unconstitutional. We’ll talk to someone who found himself on a no-fly list. Abe Mashal was a plaintiff in the case.

"No" to the No Fly List

A federal court has ruled that the no fly list is unconstitutional. We’ll talk to someone who found himself on a no-fly list. Abe Mashal was a plaintiff in the case.

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Underwear bombs are just one example of why the FBI has maintained the No-Fly List in instituted in 2003.

Terrorism, Civil Rights and the No-Fly List

Underwear bombs are just one example of why the FBI has maintained the No-Fly List in instituted in 2003.

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