Don't hold you breath for any courts in those Muslim countries to indict anyone for torturing Muslims, let alone hold trails for CIA operatives or for any other Western practitioner of terror!
No, let's watch and see that happen right here in Europe! Italy in fact.
I look with amazement at the picture of imam Abu Omar released from an Egyptian jail where he was tortured on the behest of the CIA, who's chief in Italy has had to flee, his life savings invested in a nice Italian villa, but I'm sure he'll be compensated by his government! Now in general Italians don't have any big time love for Muslims, yet here they are defending this big bearded Imam! Why? This is question. Is it all some vast propaganda exercise/conspiracy, or is it simply the fact that this man was a guest/citizen of their country and they cannot and will not tolerate such things being done by anyone. Even the US.
The UK however is busy passing laws that allows its citizens to extradited to the US without their even being able to see the evidence against them!
The US of Arrogance is of course refusing to co-operate. I don't expect the Italian government will declare a war on US terror and say hand them over of we'll invade, any more than than UK made any such threats while the US was (still is) harboring IRA terrorists!
We Muslims will never rise above these people and attain what they have attained until justice flows in our veins and families, villages, towns and governments. Justice is the life blood of a nation and the essence of civilized society. When it leaves civilized society withers and dies.
As a contrast read about every day life in Bangladesh.
All those involved in our discussion over hijra take note!
".......Dhaka is buzzing with energy and commerce. The clatter and grind of new construction resonates on every corner.
Bribes and bureaucrats
But its organs of state are fundamentally sick, suffering from inefficiency, corruption and politicisation. The tension between the two is becoming unbearable - and causing growing pressure for reform.
Anecdotal evidence of the ill-health is everywhere. I met Rashidul, a driver of one of the hundreds of auto-rickshaws that weave dangerously through Dhaka's traffic.
Every week, he said, he is stopped by the local police. They find a pretext, he said, from the state of his paperwork to the colour of his lunghi (wrap), to ask for a bribe. To get any work done in this country, he told me, you have to pay out at every turn, to the bureaucrats and to the police.
It was a familiar story. In one of Dhaka's slums, Rupnagar, I met a family who live in a corrugated iron and wood semi-permanent shack, built on government land.
They had recently managed to get their gas, water and electricity supply connected, they told me - but only after months of endless waiting in government offices and plenty of smoothing the way with bribes.
Corruption, I was told by everyone I met, is endemic in public life.
I gave a talk for the Imperial College I.Soc a while back about the concept and importance of justice in Islam.
You can find it here.
I beg Allah to make us individuals and a nation that lives by this again.