Lindh en Lindh prayer trial continues with chaplain, imam testimonies <p></p><p>Witnesses on behalf of the federal prison in Terre Haute got their say in federal court Tuesday over whether Muslims at the prison are being unfairly denied the right to pray daily as a group.</p><p>Attorneys for the government called two witnesses Tuesday: David Holston, the prison’s supervisory chaplain, and imam Ammar Amonette, the head of the Islamic Center of Virginia.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 29 Aug 2012 13:09:20 +0000 Brandon Smith 3211 at Lindh argues for right to pray with others <p>An American-born Taliban fighter&nbsp;took the stand Monday to argue for his right to pray with other Muslim inmates in prison.</p><p> Tue, 28 Aug 2012 17:39:51 +0000 Gretchen Frazee 3164 at