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02-02-09, 20:54
Canada preferred destination for 6 Gitmo detainees

Detainees include 3 Chinese Muslims which the Middle Kingdom wants returned

By Janice Tibbetts, Canwest News ServiceFebruary 2, 2009 6:01 PM

OTTAWA - Six Guantanamo Bay detainees, backed by Canadian sponsors, are seeking refugee status in Canada with the pending closure of the U.S. detention centre in Cuba, including three Chinese Muslims who have been cleared of posing a threat to American security.

Human rights lawyers and other supporters have filed a formal application for Anvar (Ali) Hassan, an ethnic Uyghur who says he will be tortured or even executed if he is forced to return to China.

The 34-year-old prisoner, one of 17 Chinese Muslims sent to Guantanamo after being captured in Pakistan in 2002, is a “test case” of sorts in an international bid to find them safe homes, George Clarke, Hassan’s Washington-based lawyer, told Canwest News Service.

“We’re looking to find him a way out of Guantanamo and obviously Canada is on anybody’s short list,” Clarke told Canwest News Service.

“If they got comfortable in taking one or two guys, why wouldn’t they be comfortable in taking 17?”

Many other countries have been approached in the last couple of years to take the Guantanamo Uyghurs after they were cleared almost three years ago of being a terrorist threat to the U.S.

A judge ordered their release last September, but no country has been willing to offer them asylum.

China has unsuccessfully pressed the U.S. to return them to their homeland, saying that they are terrorists who are seeking an independent Muslim homeland in northwestern China.

Hassan, a dissident who fled China to live and train in a camp in Afghanistan in 2001, was among about two dozen Uyghurs who fled after the U.S. moved against the Taliban and were later caught in the hills of Pakistan.

The Chinese authorities have asserted that the Uyghur detainees were fighting with the Taliban forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Hassan’s sponsor is the Don Valley Refugee Resettlement Organization, a group of eight churches in the Toronto area.

A summary of his case, supplied by his lawyers, says that he admitted to military training in Afghanistan, but that his motivation was “to fight to oppressive Chinese government.”

He says that he was tortured and beaten in prison in China in 1999, where he was held for one month for “being Uyghur.”

Mehmet Tohti of the Uyghur Canadian Society said that Canada came close to accepting Guantanamo Uyghurs in 2006, but backed off for fear of reprisal from China at a time when Canadian officials were trying to negotiate with authorities over the fate of Huseyin Celil, a Canadian citizen and ethnic Uyghur being held in China on terrorism charges.

Canada’s efforts failed and Celil was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2007.

Tohti said that bid to bring the detainees to Canada has been revived, in part, because there is a feeling that Canada has nothing to lose now that it has been snubbed by Beijing in the Celil appeal.

Tohti said Canada should “get the score equal” with China by ignoring the country’s international plea to reject the Guantanamo Uyghurs.

Moreover, permitting them to come to Canada would send a signal of Canada’s willingness to co-operate with the Obama administration, which is seeking countries to accept Guantanamo detainees in light of the planned closure, Tohti said.

Last October, the Anglican Diocese of Montreal sponsored a refugee application for Djamel Ameziane, an Algerian detained at Guantanamo since 2002. Like the Uyghurs, he has not been charged with anything.

Janet Dench, executive director of the Canadian Council for Refugees, said there has been no word from the Immigration Department on the fate of Ameziane, who lived in Montreal for five years during the 1990s.

Hassan’s bid to come to Canada is expected to be followed by five other attempts from Guantanamo detainees in the next few months, accompanied by sponsors who have come forward to support them, said Dench.

Three prospective refugees are Uyghurs, the others are from undisclosed countries, she said.

© Copyright (c) Canwest News Service

http://www.canada.com/news/Canada+preferred+destination+Gitmo+detainees/1245399/story.html

Unregistered
02-02-09, 21:09
Bu maqalida qobul qilidu digen gep yoqken.Peqet ulargha wakaliten advokatlar iltija qilmaqchi deptu. Uni Kanada qobul qilamdu qilmamdu u bashqa bir gep.

Unregistered
03-02-09, 03:41
Bu maqalida qobul qilidu digen gep yoqken.Peqet ulargha wakaliten advokatlar iltija qilmaqchi deptu. Uni Kanada qobul qilamdu qilmamdu u bashqa bir gep.

Aqsham kechide bir tughqinimiz bizge telefon qildi.:" Qatardin beridighan Al-Jezire TVni echinglar " dep. achsaq heqiqetende Albaniyediki Guantanamodin qoyup berilgen besh neper Uyghur mijahidimizning ehwallirini beriwetiptu, ular her-birsi oz hayatidin sozlidi. aileche diqqet bilen angliduq,Guantanamodiki turmide tartqanlirigha echinduq, qoyup berilip Erkinlikke chiqqanlighigha hosh bolduq, we jiq melumatlanduq, Allah ulargha we qalghan Uyghurlargha yardem qilsun ,Amin.


I.M : MEKKE

Unregistered
03-02-09, 23:44
Torontodiki jamaitimizdin anglisak, 12 ming dollar pulni amrikidin uwatip bargenken. mamat saktipaz bolsa 10 ming dollar man taptim, yana ikki ming dollar lazim dap, jamaatni aldap pul undurwalmakchi ikan. pulni amrikidin iwatip barsa, bu kazzap yana yalghan gap kilip, 2 ming dollar undurwalmakchi ikan.

dunyada sahtipazlar kop, lekin mamat kazzaptak sahtipaz tapilmas. oz kerindashliri turmidin chiksa yardam kilay dimastin, jamaatin pul, pul dap yurgan kazzap mamat. man amdi mamatka katiy ishanmayman.

Rukiya hanim rais bolghandin beri, jamaatka uhtarmastin pul yighmidi. Turkiyadiki oziga ot yakkan mamat tursun digan ademge jamaat ozi pul toplap uwatti.

mamat kazzap kopchilikka email yezip, jamiyatni sotka bariman dap tahdit saptu. jamiyatning tor betini tartiwelip, amdi kongigha pok kaplashkanda, jamiyatni sotka birarmish.

jamiyatni satka barsun, jamaatmu we jamiyat azalerimu mamat kazzapka tetiydo...............

Unregistered
04-02-09, 21:38
Memet millet uchun yaxshi ish qiliwatamdu yaki saxtipezmu, buni bu yerdiki bir necche pitnehorlardin anglimay, eng yaxshisi Canada metbuatliridiki hewerlerdin anglayli. Ashular ning digini biterep pikirlerdur. Google gha kirip Mehmet Tohti yaki memet tohti dep axtursaq, nurghunlighan uchurlar pakitliri bilen meydangha kiridu.

Unregistered
05-02-09, 08:20
Memet Tohtining watan millat uqun kanqilik jan pidalik bilan inkilap kiliwatkanlighini putun dunya uyghurliri bilidu! sizlarda bir kanqa pitnihorlarning digini nimiga hisalighini dimisammu ozliringiz bilixisiz hakaqan? hakiki arkak bolsangla ozi bilanla koruxmamsila bu yarda zaharhandilik kilixkiqa! silardak askilarni bu yarda jik korup kattuk !
Memet bundak watan hainlirining sasatiliriga hiq kulak salmaydighanlighingizgha ixiniman, sizga utuk wa jasarat tilap bir kerindixingiz.

Unregistered
05-02-09, 13:15
Oghulbala digen birawning keynidin gheywet qilmaydu, pitne tarqatmang, jenim balam, Allah jazayingizni berip salmisun.

Unregistered
05-02-09, 13:59
Oghulbala digen birawning keynidin gheywet qilmaydu, pitne tarqatmang, jenim balam, Allah jazayingizni berip salmisun.

Sizmu gunayingizga tuwa kiling ,pitne tarkitixni pakat sizla kilisiz ,man pitna tarkatmidim ,guvaqilar bar ,bildingizmo ? Allah sizning jazayingizni berip salmisun .

Unregistered
05-02-09, 14:04
Memet Tohtining watan millat uqun kanqilik jan pidalik bilan inkilap kiliwatkanlighini putun dunya uyghurliri bilidu! sizlarda bir kanqa pitnihorlarning digini nimiga hisalighini dimisammu ozliringiz bilixisiz hakaqan? hakiki arkak bolsangla ozi bilanla koruxmamsila bu yarda zaharhandilik kilixkiqa! silardak askilarni bu yarda jik korup kattuk !
Memet bundak watan hainlirining sasatiliriga hiq kulak salmaydighanlighingizgha ixiniman, sizga utuk wa jasarat tilap bir kerindixingiz.

watan hainliri digan sandek sapdixini pul uqun satkan ,wijdanini pul uqun satkan ,kazzaplik kilip yalgandin ozini mahtap ,pul uqun rasni yalgan kilidigan adamlar bolido .watan hainlirini balgilax sening kolangga kaldimo tehi ,asli hain san !

Unregistered
05-02-09, 14:11
Bu maqalining qayeride "Canada hukumiti 3 uygursni almaqchi" digen resmi bikitilgen soz bar iken? Peqetla metbuatlarda chiqiwatqan "mumkin", adwukatlar we bashqa insan hoquqlirini qoghdighuchi teshkilatlar Candaning bu 3 kishini elishini "umit qilidu" yaki "oylishiwatidu" digen gepler bar bir maqalini oz hissiyatinglar bilen "almaqchi" dep bekitip yezip, kishilerni qaymuqturmanglar.

Amerika texi kimni qayerge iwetishni bikitmidi. Uygurlarni ozliri qobul qilishimu mumkin. Yaki Germaniye iwetishi mumkin. "mumkim" "mumkin" digen sozler kop. Qoruq gep bilen, asmandiki ghazning shorwisini talashmanglar.

http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2009a/02/115906.htm

QUESTION: (Inaudible.) Was Guantanamo on your talking list today?

SECRETARY CLINTON: I’m sorry, I couldn’t hear you.

QUESTION: Was Guantanamo on your agenda today?

SECRETARY CLINTON: I explained to the Foreign Minister that we are following the President’s direction with an executive order that he signed on his first day in office to close Guantanamo in a year. There are a number of steps that have to be taken and studies that have to be conducted. But we’re not in any way at a point where we’re prepared to explain, in any detail, all of the actions that we intend to undertake. It’s a very intensive effort that has been undertaken. I understand the concerns that Germany and other nations have, but it is not timely for us to come to Germany or any country with any specific request yet. And I – you want to add anything to that, Frank?

FOREIGN MINISTER STEINMEIER: (Via interpreter.) All I can add to that – indeed, the United States is currently in a process of devising the next steps that lead to the closure of Guantanamo. And therefore, it is not – it is not yet the case that any official request has been made to a third country. And all I can say is that we’re going to respond to any such formal requests only once they have been made.

SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you very much.


Canada preferred destination for 6 Gitmo detainees

Detainees include 3 Chinese Muslims which the Middle Kingdom wants returned

By Janice Tibbetts, Canwest News ServiceFebruary 2, 2009 6:01 PM

OTTAWA - Six Guantanamo Bay detainees, backed by Canadian sponsors, are seeking refugee status in Canada with the pending closure of the U.S. detention centre in Cuba, including three Chinese Muslims who have been cleared of posing a threat to American security.

Human rights lawyers and other supporters have filed a formal application for Anvar (Ali) Hassan, an ethnic Uyghur who says he will be tortured or even executed if he is forced to return to China.

The 34-year-old prisoner, one of 17 Chinese Muslims sent to Guantanamo after being captured in Pakistan in 2002, is a “test case” of sorts in an international bid to find them safe homes, George Clarke, Hassan’s Washington-based lawyer, told Canwest News Service.

“We’re looking to find him a way out of Guantanamo and obviously Canada is on anybody’s short list,” Clarke told Canwest News Service.

“If they got comfortable in taking one or two guys, why wouldn’t they be comfortable in taking 17?”

Many other countries have been approached in the last couple of years to take the Guantanamo Uyghurs after they were cleared almost three years ago of being a terrorist threat to the U.S.

A judge ordered their release last September, but no country has been willing to offer them asylum.

China has unsuccessfully pressed the U.S. to return them to their homeland, saying that they are terrorists who are seeking an independent Muslim homeland in northwestern China.

Hassan, a dissident who fled China to live and train in a camp in Afghanistan in 2001, was among about two dozen Uyghurs who fled after the U.S. moved against the Taliban and were later caught in the hills of Pakistan.

The Chinese authorities have asserted that the Uyghur detainees were fighting with the Taliban forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Hassan’s sponsor is the Don Valley Refugee Resettlement Organization, a group of eight churches in the Toronto area.

A summary of his case, supplied by his lawyers, says that he admitted to military training in Afghanistan, but that his motivation was “to fight to oppressive Chinese government.”

He says that he was tortured and beaten in prison in China in 1999, where he was held for one month for “being Uyghur.”

Mehmet Tohti of the Uyghur Canadian Society said that Canada came close to accepting Guantanamo Uyghurs in 2006, but backed off for fear of reprisal from China at a time when Canadian officials were trying to negotiate with authorities over the fate of Huseyin Celil, a Canadian citizen and ethnic Uyghur being held in China on terrorism charges.

Canada’s efforts failed and Celil was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2007.

Tohti said that bid to bring the detainees to Canada has been revived, in part, because there is a feeling that Canada has nothing to lose now that it has been snubbed by Beijing in the Celil appeal.

Tohti said Canada should “get the score equal” with China by ignoring the country’s international plea to reject the Guantanamo Uyghurs.

Moreover, permitting them to come to Canada would send a signal of Canada’s willingness to co-operate with the Obama administration, which is seeking countries to accept Guantanamo detainees in light of the planned closure, Tohti said.

Last October, the Anglican Diocese of Montreal sponsored a refugee application for Djamel Ameziane, an Algerian detained at Guantanamo since 2002. Like the Uyghurs, he has not been charged with anything.

Janet Dench, executive director of the Canadian Council for Refugees, said there has been no word from the Immigration Department on the fate of Ameziane, who lived in Montreal for five years during the 1990s.

Hassan’s bid to come to Canada is expected to be followed by five other attempts from Guantanamo detainees in the next few months, accompanied by sponsors who have come forward to support them, said Dench.

Three prospective refugees are Uyghurs, the others are from undisclosed countries, she said.

© Copyright (c) Canwest News Service

http://www.canada.com/news/Canada+preferred+destination+Gitmo+detainees/1245399/story.html

ezmet
03-03-09, 10:58
Memet millet uchun yaxshi ish qiliwatamdu yaki saxtipezmu, buni bu yerdiki bir necche pitnehorlardin anglimay, eng yaxshisi Canada metbuatliridiki hewerlerdin anglayli. Ashular ning digini biterep pikirlerdur. Google gha kirip Mehmet Tohti yaki memet tohti dep axtursaq, nurghunlighan uchurlar pakitliri bilen meydangha kiridu.

Togra depsiz Memet tohti ependimning Canada Uyghur jamiyitige qoshqan tohpisi zoor

Unregistered
03-03-09, 12:24
Rukiya hanem baxlik bolgandin beri uygur kanada jamiyatining ixleri yuruxup katti dap angliduk mamat sahtapaz jamiyatning ixliri yuruxup katkandin kiyin qidiyalmastin uygur kanada Jamiyetini sotka beriptugu anglisam kanadadeki uygurla azrak pul yegip beringla awu aq kalgan sahtapazga gontanamodeki uygurlani setip pul toplivalgandu bu qakkiqa