Maajid Nawaz writes into days times that he is a british reformed Muslim fundamentatlist.
When locked up in Egypt for being a member of the evil Hizb ut-Tahrir organisation, he had time to study and says he came to realise that he Hizb ut-Tahrir were compeltely misguided and misguiding and so he reformed.
However during this time it seems that he was adopted by Amnesty International as a 'prisoner of conscience' - is this really the type of person that Amnesties supports want to assist? He, himself admits that he was wrong and twisted, and that the organisation is dangerous, and that being locked up gave him the opportunity to study and see his mistake.
Will Amnesty appologise for their mistake, and ensure that they do not repeat it with others from whom the public are not safe?
Well as yet another overblown charity, I don't think there is much chance of them fessing up. But this kind of organisation and attitude that those of us who want to acheive or retain their genuine freedom are up against.