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RIDM Review: Guantanamo's Child: Omar Khadr

The fine Canadian documentary Guantanamo’s Child Omar Khadr is many things at once – chilling, heartbreaking and heartwarming; a record of shameful behaviour but also one of kindness and dedication; and a testimony to the resilience of the human body and spirit. 745 more words

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Ignorant xenophobes have a sad

Oh, this is just great. Maclean’s magazine an image of their latest cover, featuring Amanda Lindhout, Rinelle Harper and every ignorant white person’s terrorist boogeyman, Omar Khadr. 59 more words


You Don't Like the Truth | 4 Days in Guantanamo

The documentary that gave rise to the Free Omar Khadr campaign

We are delighted to announce that the directors Patricio Henriquez and Luc Côté have given us the rights to broadcast the prize-winning documentary “You Don’t Like the Truth | 4 Days in Guantanamo” on our website. 73 more words

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Important request for action by members of Free Omar Khadr Now  

The election of the new Liberal government should be good news for human rights and the rule of law in Canada.  257 more words

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Defending Omar Khadr: Lawyer Dennis Edney on the rule of law in a time of fear

Canadian lawyer Dennis Edney spent 12 years trying to secure Omar Khadr’s release, first from Guantanamo Bay, then from a maximum security prison here in Canada. 1,305 more words

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18th RIDM festival offers documentaries for days

The appeal of cults, an intimate portrait of Omar Khadr and conversations on an Amtrak train line are among the topics explored at the 18th Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal (RIDM), on from Nov. 605 more words