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Matthew Behrens | Later this week, human rights groups and individuals will mark the June 26 International Day in Support of Victims of Torture with an online writing and call-in event.
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Mohamed Harkat at the Supreme Court of Canada. Photo: International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group/Facebook
Monia Mazigh | It's been 16 years since Mohamed Harkat was arrested on a secret hearing security certificate. Today he is still threatened with deportation to his native Algeria.
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Mohamed Harkat at the Supreme Court of Canada. Photo: International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group/Facebook
Matthew Behrens | The Ottawa resident has never been subjected to examination either in an open court or a closed session. He was back in court in mid-November seeking relaxed conditions and now waits for a verdict.
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Karl Nerenberg | Alexandre Trudeau is publicly lobbying his brother to stop the deportation of Mohamed Harkat, who came to Canada as a refugee, and has never been been found guilty of any act of violence.
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Sophie Harkat | Mohamed Harkat was arrested under a security certificate on December 10, 2002. After 13 years of pure hell, Harkat received his deportation papers in the middle of the 2015 federal election campaign.
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Amira Elghawaby | Summertime for many means a trip to an aquarium. 'Blackfish' might change that, writes Amira Elghawaby.
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Matthew Behrens | Two judicial decisions released last week in the cases of Mohamed Harkat and Hassan Diab remind us that the concept of national security is incompatible with democracy.
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Amira Elghawaby | Canada's Secret Trials. They're not so secret anymore thanks, in part, to a documentary which premieres this week in Toronto, before playing across Canada.
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Matthew Behrens | Just before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court of Canada held two days of hearings regarding the fate of Mohamed Harkat, detained for over a decade by a secret trial security certificate.
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rabble staff | Mohamed Harkat, arrested on International Human Rights Day, December 10, 2002 on a security certificate, is still fighting the Canadian government's secret case and potential deportation.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | On October 11, the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada will meet in a secret location to hear evidence against Mohamed Harkat, first arrested under a security certificate in 2002.
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Matthew Behrens | On October 11, the Supreme Court of Canada will be in session, but anyone wishing to attend that day's hearing will find the Court building empty, and the nine judges missing.