Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu phones Omar Khadr in prison

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June 8, 2014 by socialaction2014

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When Archbishop Desmond Tutu came to Fort McMurray last weekend, Alberta’s oilsands and native rights were his major concern. But in the days before the conference, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and human rights activist added a small personal task to his busy schedule.

After a press conference on Friday May 30, Tutu found a quiet corner and placed a phone call to Bowden prison where Omar Khadr, 27, held in Guantanamo prison for 10 years, was waiting … –> Read more here.


via spratt@edmontonjournal.com


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