Category Archives: Loubani & Greyson

Alarming Media Report – Loubani and Greyson

If these new developments are accurate, it is a concern:

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September 23, 2013 Update on Tarek Loubani and John Greyson

Below is the latest information released in an email to the community from the team working behind the scenes to release Tarek and John: “We just learned that Tarek and John, accompanied by their lawyers, appeared before the Prosecutor General … Continue reading

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CAUT Newsletter – News on Greyson and Loubani, Alberta University Cuts

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Greyson & Loubani – Event Tonight at University of Toronto to Show Our Support

LICK’IN – 1500 postcards to be sent tonight to Canadian officials to put pressure on Egyptian government to release humanitarian colleagues in Cairo prison. Location: INNIS TOWN HALL, 2 Sussex Avenue, University of Toronto. BRING STAMPS!  Time: 7pm. Join the … Continue reading

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Loubani and Greyson have started a hunger strike in Cairo prison… According to Egyptian laws, individuals can be held for 15 days, indefinitely up to two years without being charged. The start of a hunger strike is a serious matter. The Canadian government has a responsibility to ensure the safe … Continue reading

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