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Custody Fight Disguised As Terror Case

HANY KIARELDEEN left family court on Monday after another round in the custody fight for his dark-eyed, ebullient 8-year-old daughter. “The case belonged here from the beginning,” he said. “They should never have believed what was said by a mad wife about her husband.” The case of Hany Kiareldeen went far beyond family court, and became an example of accusations run amok in the age of terrorism. Mr. Kiareldeen, 34, a Palestinian, was never found guilty of anything, but he has been penalized twice. He was jailed for 19 months in the late 1990’s, accused of having ties to terrorism, based on evidence that the government never showed him or anyone else. And he lost contact with his daughter, Nour. She lived with his former wife, who he says was a government source against him. Full Story

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