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Expulsion et expropriation par la police mexicaine : les Mexicain(e)s Uni(e)s pour la Régularisation dénoncent la complicité du Gouvernement Canadien

(Credit Photo : Solidarity Accross Borders Website) Click to Download Here Le 4 septembre dernier, la police fédérale de l’Etat de Mesxico a expulsé violemment une famille de sa propriété en vue d’une expropriation menée par une entreprise privée. Marisol Mendez Trujillo dénonce le non-respect du préavis obligatoire de 20 jours et de la violence […]

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Canadian government seeks to criminalize Israel boycott

[audio https://ia601507.us.archive.org/33/items/ITWTylerLevitanJIV/ITW%20Tyler%20Levitan%20-%20JIV.mp3] Click here to download audio. The Harper government has recently announced they want to use articles of the Criminal Code pertaining to hate propaganda in order to criminalize the boycott campaign against the state of Israel. Last year the government added national origin to the criteria for hate crimes. Minister of Public Safety, Steven Blaney, […]

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Detained and Abandoned Part Two: The Canadian government’s response and Khadr’s status as a child soldier

Omar Khadr’s 40-year prison sentence was handed to him on Sunday, 31 October. In anticipation of our update on the story from Guantanamo Bay, which is set to air on Tuesday’s Off the Hour (2 November), please hav a listen to the second part of our documentary series (which aired on 29 September). Produced by […]

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Detained and Abandoned: The case of Omar Khadr

Detained and Abandoned: The case of Omar Khadr When President George W. Bush declared war on Afghanistan in 2001, his military order stipulated that captives should “be detained, and, when tried, to be tried for violations of the laws of war and other applicable laws by military tribunals.” These tribunals would later come to be […]