In the Media

Terror laws target wrong suspects, says study

PUBLISHED September 3, 2004

Most of those convicted under anti-terrorist laws in the last three years are non-Muslim, despite the fact most of those arrested have been Muslim, says the most detailed study yet of how the legislation has been used.

The report, published today by the Institution of Race Relations, examines all arrests made since September 11 2001 for which data is available.