36 Fordham Int'l L.J. 634 (2013)
The Emerging Face of Lawfare: Legal Maneuvering Designed to Hinder the Exposure of Terrorism and Terror Financing

handle is hein.journals/frdint36 and id is 648 raw text is: THE EMERGING FACE OF LAHTARE: LEGAL
MANEUVERING DESIGNED TO HINDER THE
EXPOSURE OF TERRORISM AND TERROR
FINANCING
Brooke Goldstein ' & Benjamin Ryberg
INTRODUCTION              ...................................... 634
I. LAWFARE AGAINST FREE SPEECH IN EUROPE &
CANADA               .........                   .............. 638
II. LAWFARE AGAINST FREE SPEECH IN THE UNITED
STATES .        ...................................... 644
III. KEY PROPONENTS OF LAkWFARE                         ............ 647
A. The Council on American-Islamic Relations ............. 647
B. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) ..... 650
IV. IMPACT OF LAWFARE ON U.S. DOMESTIC POLICY ..... 652
CONCLUSION          .    ................ 655
INTRODUCTION
In December 2001, shortly after the 9/11 attacks on
American    soil, President George W. Bush joined         Treasury
Secretary Paul O'Neill and Attorney General John Ashcroft at a
press conference and proclaimed, Those who do business with
terror will do no business with the United States or anywhere the
United States can reach. I The previous day, the Treasury
* Brooke Goldstein is a New York City based human rights attorney. She is the
founder and Director of The Law-fare Project as well as the Children's Rights Institute
and a regular commentator on Fox News. Goldstein is also the co-author of the book
Lawfare: The 1ar Against Free Speech-A Firt Amendment Guide for Reporting in an Age of
Islamist Law fare.
** Benjamin Ryberg is an attorney and the Director of Research at The Lawfare
Project. He received his B.A. from the University of Michigan and his 1) from the
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was published in and served as Senior
Aiticles Editor of the CardozoJournal of International and Comparative Law.
1. President George W. Bush, Remarks on Freezing Assets of Suspected Terrorist
Groups (Dec. 4, 2001) [hereinafter President Bush Remarks], available at

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