Newsletter Free Omar Khadr Now | November 2014


November 2014 articles in the media about Omar :


Complicity in torture?

By Justin Ling | November 18, 2014

Complicity in torture?

How Omar Khadr is trying to prove that the Canadian Government conspired with the U.S. to deny him his rights.

Read article: http://www.nationalmagazine.ca/Articles/November-2014-Web/Complicity-in-torture.aspx


Tortured and forgotten – Omar Khadr’s plight for justice

By Daniel Martin | November 17, 2014

Omar Khadr

When will Khadr’s calls for human rights to be taken seriously be enacted by the government and by the people? It is a failure on our part and one that must be rectified immediately.

The assumption that human rights are something that only certain groups can have should be thrown into the cellar. Any individual in any society and country can experience human rights abuses.

Read article: http://trentarthur.ca/tortured-and-forgotten-omar-khadrs-plight-for-justice/


Ten years after the Arar Inquiry, what has changed?

By Monia Mazigh | November 14, 2014

Photo: Jamie McCaffrey/flickr

This column is adapted from a speech delivered by Monia Mazigh at the conference “Arar+10: National Security and Human Rights a Decade Later” on October 29, 2014.

Read article: http://rabble.ca/columnists/2014/11/ten-years-after-arar-inquiry-what-has-changed


Growing Up Guantanamo

By Andrea Jones | November 11, 2014

Omar Khadr

Omar Khadr, born in Toronto, was also shipped to the offshore prison as a juvenile. The 16-year-old made an early impression on the Army chaplain on base, who, walking by his cell, found Omar curled up asleep, arms wrapped tightly around a Disney book with drawings of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy. “He definitely seemed out of place,” the chaplain told reporter Michelle Shephard, who wrote about Omar in her book Guantánamo’s Child.​

Read article: http://www.vice.com/read/growing-up-guantanamo-472


(In Dutch) Opgroeien in Guantanamo

By Andrea Jones | November 18, 2014

Omar Khadr

Omar Khadr, geboren in Toronto, werd ook als puber naar Guantánamo verscheept. Toen hij zestien jaar was, maakte hij een onuitwisbare indruk op de kapelaan van de gevangenis in Guantánamo Bay. De pastoor zag hem slapen in zijn cel, opgerold met een Disney-kleurboek in zijn armen. “Hij viel zeker uit de toon,” zei de kapelaan tegen Michelle Shephard, die over Omar schreef in het boek Guantánamo’s Child.

Lees artikel: http://www.vice.com/nl/read/growing-up-guantanamo-472


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