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Indian descent man appeals against deportation

Oct 16 2013, 8:30am CDT | by IANS

Toronto, Oct 16 (IANS) A Canada-born man of Indian descent, who has served time in jail, has claimed that the Canadian government has trampled on his constitutional rights by trying to render him stateless and force him out of the country.

Toronto, Oct 16 — A Canada-born man of Indian descent, who has served time in jail, has claimed that the Canadian government has trampled on his constitutional rights by trying to render him...

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Indian descent man appeals against deportation

Oct 16 2013, 8:30am CDT | by IANS

Toronto, Oct 16 (IANS) A Canada-born man of Indian descent, who has served time in jail, has claimed that the Canadian government has trampled on his constitutional rights by trying to render him stateless and force him out of the country.

Toronto, Oct 16 — A Canada-born man of Indian descent, who has served time in jail, has claimed that the Canadian government has trampled on his constitutional rights by trying to render him stateless and force him out of the country.

Deepan Budlakoti, 23, appealed before a federal judge to rule that he is "a Canadian citizen" and stop the efforts of federal ministers to render him "stateless, contrary to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms", the Globe And Mail reported Wednesday.

"It's insane that the (Stephen) Harper government is taking this position against a Canadian-born man who has lived his entire life here," said Yavar Hameed, the lawyer for Budlakoti.

The government must respond to the suit by next week, according to the report.

Budlakoti holds a birth certificate issued by the Canadian province of Ontario but his passport has been revoked by Canadian authorities who want to deport him to India, a country he has never been to.

Ottawa contends that when Budlakoti was born in October 1989, his parents had come to work as household support staff at the Indian high commission in Ottawa and thus their child was covered by diplomatic immunity and not entitled to Canadian citizenship.

Both of Deepan's parents were granted Canadian citizenship after they applied for it but Deepan's name was omitted from the application because they were allegedly told by Canadian officials that he was already Canadian.

According to the report, the then Indian high commissioner, in a letter made public last month, has confirmed that at the time of Deepan's birth, the Budlakotis were no longer working for him.

India, however, told Canada that Deepan is not an Indian citizen and it will not issue him a passport or allow his entry into the country.

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7 weeks ago

Canada is Having a Very Familiar Debate About Home Grown Terrorism

Oct 31 2014 1:56pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Since the shooting in Ottawa last week by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a very familiar political debate has broken out in Canada: Was Zehaf-Bibeau a terrorist or just a disturbed man committing a crime? In his first statement after the attack Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper described Zehah-Bibeau as a terrorist saying, "in the days to come we will learn more about the terrorist and any accomplices he may have had." ...
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7 weeks ago

Attack on Canadian Parliament Fuels "Anti-Terror" Laws, Ignoring Ties to Mental Illness, Drug Abuse

Oct 28 2014 10:31am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

As Canada mourns the death of a soldier gunned down while standing guard at the National War Monument in Ottawa, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pushing new antiterrorism legislation that would expand surveillance and intelligence sharing with foreign governments. In the days since the shooting, the gunman, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, has been identified as a convert to Islam with a history of drug abuse, criminal activ ...
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7 weeks ago

Attack on Canadian Parliament Fuels "Anti-Terror" Laws, Ignoring Ties to Mental Illness, Drug Abuse

Oct 28 2014 10:31am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

As Canada mourns the death of a soldier gunned down while standing guard at the National War Monument in Ottawa, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pushing new antiterrorism legislation that would expand surveillance and intelligence sharing with foreign governments. In the days since the shooting, the gunman, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, has been identified as a convert to Islam with a history of drug abuse, crimina ...
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7 weeks ago

4 jihad attacks in 4 days

Oct 26 2014 3:21pm CDT | Source: WND

Four terror attacks in as many days: two in Canada one after the other, an ax attack in New York City and vehicular jihad in Jerusalem – and the jihadists are just getting warmed up. Of course, in all of these jihad news stories, getting the facts from the enemedia is difficult, and at times impossible. They self-enforce the Shariah. And so they approach the news story with bleach and a scrub brush, working hard to come up with something (anything) other than what it is. Ev ...
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8 weeks ago

As Nation Mourns Fallen Canadian Soldier Nathan Cirillo, His Dogs Wait Patiently for His Return

Oct 25 2014 8:52am CDT | Source: Big Government

Canadian military reservist Nathan Cirillo was killed at gunpoint this week by a jihadist gunman in his nation's capital, leaving behind a loving family and several adopted dogs for which loved ones say he harbored a deep devotion. Those dogs, media sources report, remain waiting for Cirillo at his door, peering out his gate alongside makeshift memorials left for the fallen soldier. According to sources cited by the Daily Mail, Cirillo was known to be dedicate ...
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8 weeks ago

Limbaugh: Ottawa Shooter Example of Mentally Unstable Driven Insane by 'Socialist Propaganda'

Oct 23 2014 4:38pm CDT | Source: Big Government

On his Thursday radio program, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh offered his theory on what drove alleged Ottawa shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau to act the way he did a day earlier that led to his death and the death of a Canadian soldier at a war memorial. According to Limbaugh, the weak and mentally unstable in western democracies are victims of socialist propaganda, which often times depicts their home countries negatively an ...
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8 weeks ago

Report: Ottawa Shooter's Dad Appears to Have Been Rebel Fighter in Libya

Oct 23 2014 2:49pm CDT | Source: Big Government

The father of the man accused of killing a Canadian soldier at the War Memorial in Ottawa and then unleashing a fusillade of bullets in Canada's Parliament Hill before being fatally shot Wednesday appears to have fought alongside anti-Gadhafi rebels in Libya in 2011. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in a statement to the nation, described the shooting incident as a “terrorist attack." The shooter has been identi ...
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Ottawa Attack Is Canada's Fault Says Leading Muslim Journalist

Oct 23 2014 7:38am CDT | Source: Big Government

Afghan-Canadian journalist Nelofer Pazira has told the Independent that yesterday's attack in Ottawa happened because the country's Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper “pushed Canada into joining the US-led war in the Middle East”. She claimed that the country had “become divided” when the government put a group of Muslims on a watch list, and suggested the running over of a soldier earlier this week was in retaliation. Paziri said: “Harper’s pro-American pol ...
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Canada 'Not Intimidated' by Attacks, Says Prime Minister Harper

Oct 23 2014 5:42am CDT | Source: Big Government

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has addressed the country from an undisclosed location following the murder of a soldier yesterday. "For the second time this week there has been a brutal and violent attack on Canadian soil," he said. "Today our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Cpl Nathan Cirillo who was murdered in cold blood as he provided a ceremonial honour guard at Can ...
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8 weeks ago

Why Canada Is Under Attack By Terrorists

Oct 22 2014 3:50pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Most people probably reacted in shock to learn that Canada has now been hit twice by terror attacks against soldiers in three days. Many Americans probably think of it as our sleepy socialist neighbor to the north. But Canada is a key ally in the war against terrorism in general, and ISIS in particular. And today's attack is a harbinger of things to come in America. The notion of a war against Canada can seem a little far-fetched. I show the film "Canadian Bacon" as a h ...
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