Friday, February 6, 2009

Torture, Race and Canada-US Relations

Visit the site:
CETCDA - Coalition for the Equal Treatment of Canadians Detained Abroad
We dream of a Canada that upholds the human rights of at least its own citizens."
Event: Torture, Race and Canada-US Relations - Parliament Hill- Room 214 Wellington Building

12:00-1:00 pm, on Thursday Feb. 12th, 2009

Khadr is just a beginning of many Canadians detained and tortured abroad.

A historic lecture & press conference is held in light of the United Nations findings last week of Canada's inequity against Canadian Muslims, as Arar and Khadr are merely a part of a much broader systemic pattern of deadly discrimination.

There will be representatives of three completely different cases, & the Secretary General of Amnesty International.

CBC's The Current stated, "of Abdullah Almalki -- evidence of Canadian complicity is even more damning than in the case of Maher Arar."