Articles by Habib Siddiqui

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Momin Khawaja–The Forgotten Canadian Detainee of 9/11
Habib Siddiqui – TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Aug 2020

When Supreme Court Justice Louis LeBel asked the Prosecution: “Why should Mohammad Momin Khawaja be sentenced to a Life and 24 years when he was not charged with the crime nor he committed it?” – The prosecution asserted that “terrorism” was an international problem and they wanted to send a message. What type of justice is that? It is reminiscent of the kangaroo courts in Sisi’s Egypt.

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It’s High Time For Stopping The Slow-Burning Genocide In Myanmar
Habib Siddiqui – Asian Tribune, 14 Aug 2017

6 Aug 2017 – As noted by Dr. Maung Zarni and Alice Cowley in their seminal work “The slow-burning genocide of Myanmar’s Rohingya”, both the State in Myanmar and the local community have committed four out of five acts of genocide as spelled out by the 1948 Convention on the Punishment and Prevention of the Crime of Genocide.

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