Khalifa family

EMERGENCY CALL TO ACTION FOR KHALIFA FAMILY SCHEDULED FOR DEPORTATION ON FRIDAY

EMERGENCY CALL TO ACTION FOR KHALIFA FAMILY SCHEDULED FOR DEPORTATION ON FRIDAY

UPDATE: THE KHALIFAS LEARNED YESTERDAY THAT THEIR FEDERAL COURT APPLICATION WAS REFUSED. –> Please CALL and WRITE the Minister of Immigration of Canada, the Minister of Immigration of Quebec and the Minister of Public Safety of Canada. See details below. –> There will be an action in support of the family tomorrow (Thursday) morning. If you can come, please get in touch at solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com and we will share the details. Verdun residents Samah and Tarek Khalifa, parents of two Canadian-born children, Sarah (8) and Aicha (6), are facing deportation to Egypt on Friday, August 29. Tarek and Samah have...

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RALLY IN SUPPORT OF THE KHALIFA FAMILY

RALLY IN SUPPORT OF THE KHALIFA FAMILY

Rally in front of Federal Court 30 rue McGill Montréal (métro Square Victoria) Wednesday, 27 August at 8:30am facebook event – please share Increasingly, Immigration Canada is separating families or deporting Canadian-born children with their parents. The Khalifa family will be deported to Egypt on Friday, August 29th unless there is a last minute reprieve. Tarek and Samah Khalifa have lived in Canada for eight years and their two daughters, Sarah, age 8, and Aicha, age 6, are Canadians. Their extended family is also in Canada, and they have no network of support in Egypt. Tarek and Samah now...

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Stop the Deportation of the Khalifa Family

Stop the Deportation of the Khalifa Family

Montréal, August 2014 – Verdun residents Samah and Tarek Khalifa, parents of two Canadian-born children, Sarah (8) and Aicha (6), are facing deportation to Egypt on August 29. Tarek and Samah have lived in Canada for eight years: Montreal is the family’s home. The parents now face a terrible choice of bringing their children with them to a situation of turmoil and instability and where Sarah risks not receiving the medical care she needs – or leaving their girls behind. See how you can support the family below. BACKGROUND Samah and Tarek came to Canada seeking safety after they...

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