Foreign Policy – Who Can Challenge the No-Fly List?

On May 1st, Foreign Policy reported on the Baz v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security case regarding the no-fly list and determining whether one is on it or not. See below for the highlight and click here to read on the Foreign Policy website.

These same due process rights “should apply in this context to someone who has been coming to the U.S. and has a long history of coming to the United States and has significant ties to the United States,” says Sirine Shebaya, a senior staff attorney for Muslim Advocates. “That level of process — being told that you are on the list, being able to contest any kind of evidence against you — that is the minimum process that you are owed and that it should be extended to Dr. Baz.”