Human Rights Day vigil for Mohamad Harkat

Friday, December 10, 2010 - 21:00

VIGIL
International Human Rights Day

&
Mohamed Harkat’s 8th year anniversary of his arrest under
a Security Certificate
(LAST anniversary rally before the final Federal Court decision)
 
December 10th, 2010
5pm
Human Rights Monument
(corner of Lisgar and Elgin)
Bring your candles, lanterns, flashlights,
signs and banners…bring your friends!
Good speakers !
 
STOP Secret Trials in Canada
Abolish Security Certificates
 
Mohamed Harkat was arrested on December 10th, 2002 under a Security Certificate without charge or access to the evidence. Detained for 43 months and spent one year in solitary confinement. Released in June of 2006, under the toughest conditions in Canadian history. His Canadian wife was his full time jailer and prisoner in her own home. Now he faces deportation to torture…all under a veil of secrecy for National Security reasons. CSIS alleges, assumes, believes…would you trust them with your life?
 
For more info.  www.justiceforharkat.com
 
Thank you for your continued support !

Human Rights Monument
Corner of Lisgar and Elgin
Ottawa , ON
Canada
45° 25' 9.0156" N, 75° 41' 29.6448" W
Ontario CA

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