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#133 - 2011 roundup from rabble.ca podcasts

December 28, 2011
| In this podcast, we look back over 2011, rabble.ca's 10th year. From demonstrations in Egypt to Occupy to Canada's First Nations, we covered it all on the rabble podcast network.
Length: 26:02
rabble radio

#132 - Home and away: Abdelrazik, Pikangikum and Attawapiskat [podcast]

December 2, 2011
| In this episode: music to celebrate Abousfian Abdelrazik, with Attawapiskat in the news a look back at Pikangikum's crisis, Raffi sings for #Occupy, and Bond is back with DVD recommendations.
Length: 35:40
Columnists

Taking liberties: When elite representatives define 'national security'

This is the first in a new column series on "national security" and civil liberties in Canada and abroad that seeks to focus on specific cases as well as the overall framework in which serious human rights abuses have been justified in the name of security.

Just after Thanksgiving, Montreal's Westin Hotel played host to a gathering of high-powered Federal Court judges, NGO heads, lawyers, academics, and members of Canada's torture-complicit spy service, CSIS. Coming together under the predictably dry title "Terrorism, Law and Democracy: 10 years after 9/11," the conference sought to determine "whether Canadian law has successfully preserved fundamental rights and values of substantive and procedural justice while at the same time contributing to anti-terrorism."

Redeye

Abousfian Abdelrazik: In his own words

December 6, 2010
| Most Canadians first heard about the case of Abousfian Abdelrazik last year when a federal court judge ordered the Canadian government to allow him to return home from six years of exile in the Sudan.
Length: 57:54
Redeye

Sanctions-busting telethon for Abousfian Abdelrazik

May 16, 2010
| Nearly a year has passed since a federal court judge ordered the Canadian government to allow Abdelrazik to return home to Canada. But he still can't work, have a bank account, or travel.
Length: 12:50
Street Cred

Beyond 1267

April 14, 2010
| Abdelrazik talks about his ordeal.
Length: 08:24 minutes (3.85 MB)
Columnists

Welcome home, Mr. Abdelrazik

As Abousfian Abdelrazik awoke one morning in the Canadian embassy in Khartoum, he found himself transformed into a rodent in a maze ...

Redeye

Ottawa has until Friday to act on Abdelrazik case

June 16, 2009
| Lawyers for a Montreal man stranded in Sudan say the government must act soon on his case or face possible contempt of court charges.
Length: 17:32
Aw@l

MAYDAY! May Day - Migrants Rights and Direct Action

May 15, 2009
| AW@L Radio - We discuss the May Day demonstration in Toronto with interviews from organizers of the No One is Illegal Demonstration, and an indepth discussion on Abousfian Abdelrazik with justice and
Length: 1:07:31
Aw@l

AW@L Radio - G20, Galloway's ban, Abdelrazik, NATO, Bad Harper, and Fossil Fools Day

April 9, 2009
| <p>AW@L Radio hosts Alex Hundert and Dan Kellar discuss Galloway's ban again, Abdelrazik, NATO, and Fossil Fools Day</p>
Length: 1:11:39
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