• Bilal Abdul Kareem

    May 8, 2018

    Bilal Abdul Kareem is an US citizen, and freelance journalist, who has reported for the BBC, Channel 4, CNN, Sky News and Al Jazeera. He travelled to Syria in 2012 to report on the conflict there and give an all-important on the ground perspective to an international audience through his interviews with rebels.

  • Ahmad Zaidan

    May 8, 2018

    Ahmad is an internationally acclaimed journalist who has reported from some of the most dangerous regions in the world. For this, the US Government wants to assassinate him.

  • Meqdad Tuaiman

    May 30, 2017

    Meqdad Tuaiman is a father from Mareb, Yemen. Several members of his family have been killed by secret US drone strikes.

  • Mohammed Ali

    March 7, 2017

    Mohammed ‘Moha’ Ali is a top investigative journalist in Kenya who fears that British-backed security forces have placed him on their “kill list”.

  • Malik Jalal

    April 11, 2016

    Malik Jalal is on America’s ‘Kill List’. The U.S. government has already tried to kill him four times. He is a community leader, anti-drone activist and a prominent member of the North Waziristan Peace Committee. Malik has been told that he is a target because he is “inciting” people against the drone strikes.

  • Nasser Salim

    April 7, 2016

    57 people were killed in the drone strikes attempting to target an alleged Al-Qaida leader - who was mistakenly reported killed three times, but each time the dead were those unlucky enough to be in the path of the so-called precision strikes. One of the people killed was Nasser Salim.

  • Faisal bin Ali Jaber

    November 28, 2014

    Faisal bin Ali Jaber is an engineer from Yemen. His brother-in-law Salem and nephew Waleed were killed by a US drone in 2012.

  • Nabila and the Rehman family

    November 19, 2014

    Mamana Bibi, a sixty-seven year old grandmother of nine, was picking vegetables near her home in Pakistan when a drone missile killed her on 24 October 2012. Mamana’s grandchildren watched as their grandmother’s body was torn to pieces. The drone then fired a second missile as the children, including nine year old Nabila and thirteen year old Zubair, raced to help their grandmother.

  • Muhammed al-Qawli

    November 18, 2014

    Muhammad al-Qawli's brother Ali and cousin Salim Jamil were killed in January 2013 by a US drone strike in Yemen. Muhammad has since reached out to other devastated families and launched the National Organisation of Drone Victims.

  • Kareem Khan

    November 18, 2014

    Kareem is a Pakistani journalist and anti-drones activist. His teenage son and brother were killed in a CIA drone strike on 31 December 2009.