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  • Saudi wields British law against U.S. author

    03/17/2008 4:47:20 PM PDT · by BGHater · 14 replies · 644+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | 17 Mar 2008 | James Oliphant
    Billionaire leverages harsher libel rules to suppress unflattering book NEW YORK - Rachel Ehrenfeld writes about terrorism for a living. But now she is the one who feels targeted. Her modest midtown Manhattan apartment is filled to the ceiling with books, most having to do with global terror networks and Mideast conflict. Sitting at her desk, she gazes out at the Hudson River. She says she has a hard time placing her work. She says she has been blacklisted. If she travels to England, she fears she will be arrested. "I feel like a leper," she said. Ehrenfeld faces a...
  • Rachel Ehrenfeld vs. The Saudi Sheik (Using British Courts to nullify the 1st Amendment)

    03/25/2005 9:24:05 AM PST · by quidnunc · 13 replies · 639+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | March 24, 2005 | Thomas Lipscomb
    When Rachel Ehrenfeld, author of the book "Funding Evil: How Terrorism Is Financed and How to Stop It," opened her apartment door just before 10 p.m. on March 3, she believed she was simply receiving some legal papers from London.  But this was no ordinary messenger. According to Ehrenfeld, the visitor carried a warning as well: "You had better respond. Sheik bin Mahfouz is a very important person, and you really ought to take very good care of yourself.” "I expected to receive some legal papers, not a threat from a Saudi sheik in my own country,” Ehrenfeld told me...
  • Rachel Ehrenfeld vs. The Saudi Sheik

    03/24/2005 6:58:30 PM PST · by rmlew · 5 replies · 892+ views
    EditorandPublisher.com via Frontpagemag.com ^ | March 24, 2005 | Thomas Lipscomb
    When Rachel Ehrenfeld, author of the book "Funding Evil: How Terrorism Is Financed and How to Stop It," opened her apartment door just before 10 p.m. on March 3, she believed she was simply receiving some legal papers from London. But this was no ordinary messenger. According to Ehrenfeld, the visitor carried a warning as well: "You had better respond. Sheik bin Mahfouz is a very important person, and you really ought to take very good care of yourself.” "I expected to receive some legal papers, not a threat from a Saudi sheik in my own country,” Ehrenfeld told me...