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Mohamed Harkat

The refugee faces national security allegations despite never having been charged or convicted of a crime.
What the government has put Harkat through has had a significant impact on his physical and mental health.
Mohamed Harkat is asking for authorities to loosen his restrictions.
"I'm a principled man and I follow my principles no matter what."
He was taken into custody in Ottawa in 2002 on suspicion of being an al-Qaida sleeper agent
Despite all the legal battles Mohamed Harkat and his wife have been conducting to allow him to stay in Canada, he finds himself today facing deportation to Algeria. Recently CBSA filed a report where it plainly concludes that Mohamed Harkat should be deported to Algeria, despite the risk of being tortured there if he returns.
Tories call the situation 'highly inappropriate.'
That's how sure Harkat is that he'll be tortured and killed if he's deported. Harkat's dire message came a day after the
The high court upheld the national security certificate against Harkat, opening the door Wednesday to the next step in removing
OTTAWA - The wife of an Ottawa man accused of terrorist ties says border agents have removed an electronic tracking bracelet