Category Archives: Antiterrorist

Denunciation, Solidarity in Campaign for The Five in Washington

Denunciation, Solidarity in Campaign for The Five in Washington

Denunciation, Solidarity in Campaign for The Five in Washington

Washington, Mar 20  –  The International Committee for the Release of the Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly condemned in the United States called today to celebrate a campaign of denunciation and solidarity on June 4-11 in this capital. Continue reading

Rene Gonzalez Claims for Freedom for the Cuban Five

Rene Gonzalez Claims for Freedom for the Cuban Five

Rene Gonzalez Claims for Freedom for the Cuban Five

Havana, Feb 12 – Rene Gonzalez, the only Cuban anti-terrorist fighter who is now a member of the Cuban Five, but the only who has been released, started his own account in social network Twitter Wednesday, and took the chance to claim for the freedom of his comrades in prison in the US. rene4the5 is Rene Gonzalez account and he said he wanted to talk about the case of the Cuban Five personally. Continue reading

Cuban Anti-terrorist to Hearing of International Commission in London

Rene Gonzalez

Rene Gonzalez

Cuba, Dec, 5th – An international investigation commission will hear in London the testimony of Cuban Rene Gonzalez, one of the five anti-terrorist fighters who were given unfair and extremely long sentences in the United States in 2001. Continue reading

Cuban Hero Rene Gonzalez Stresses Moral and Strength of Cuban Five

Cuban Hero Rene Gonzalez Stresses Moral and Strength of Cuban Five

Cuban Hero Rene Gonzalez Stresses Moral and Strength of Cuban Five

HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 16 – Cuban Hero Rene Gonzalez, the only one of the five anti-terrorist fighters, unfairly incarcerated in the US in 1998, who has returned home, said that his four brothers still in US jails keep their high spirit and strong moral as valiant patriots. Continue reading

Release for Cuban Anti Terrorist Fighters Demanded in Angola

Release for Cuban Anti Terrorist Fighters Demanded in Angola

Release for Cuban Anti Terrorist Fighters Demanded in Angola

Luanda, Nov 10  –  Cuban embassy’s representatives in Angola today demanded the release of the Cuban anti-terrorist fighters held at US prisons, in the occasion of the 38th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and this African nation. Continue reading

Cuban Antiterrorists’ Ideals Are Vital for a Better World

Cuban Antiterrorists' Ideals Are Vital for a Better World

Cuban Antiterrorists’ Ideals Are Vital for a Better World

Camagüey,  Nov 11  –  The young activist in the cause of the Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly condemned in 1998 in the United States, Jorge Enrique Jerez, considered today those patriots represent the ideal of the new inescapable man for building a better world. Continue reading

Antonio Guerrero Sends Message to Youth Festival Delegates

Antonio Guerrero Sends Message to Youth Festival Delegates

Antonio Guerrero Sends Message to Youth Festival Delegates

Camagüey, Cuba, Nov 9.- Antonio Guerrero, one of the five Cubans unfairly condemned in the United States, urged participants in the Provincial Youth and Students Festival on Friday to fight what is wrong, in the right way and moment, with exemplary nature. Continue reading

Colloquium for the Five will Take to the Streets

Colloquium for the Five will Take to the Streets

Colloquium for the Five will Take to the Streets

Holguín, Oct, 26  –  The 9th International Colloquium for the Liberation of the Cuban Five, which will be held from next November 13 to 17 in this city, will become an exceptional opportunity to show people’s initiatives to support the cause of the Five on the streets and communities of Holguín, according to reports from the colloquium’s last preparatory meeting. Continue reading

Canada: Updates Offered on Case of Cuban Anti-Terrorists

Canada: Updates Offered on Case of Cuban Anti-Terrorists

Canada: Updates Offered on Case of Cuban Anti-Terrorists

Ottawa, Oct 18  –  Canadian solidarity groups will hold an event in the city of Vancouver next Saturday, to provide updates on the case of the Cuban anti-terrorist fighters condemned to unjust prison sentences in the United States more than 15 years ago, activist Tamara Hansen reported. Continue reading