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Ten years after the Arar Inquiry, what has changed?

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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.

Let me start with a quote from George Bernard Shaw. The Irish playwright once said:

"Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time."

The Arar+10 conference is important for three main reasons.

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Is the Harper govt trying to scare Canadians out of their civil liberties?

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So, Harper -- with his majority government -- has finally dragged Canada into the Iraq war we missed out on in 2003.

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