Media Advisory – Canadian Salim Alaradi Arrives Today at Pearson Airport at 5:40 pm

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Media Advisory

Canadian Citizen Salim Alaradi Free from United Arab Emirates 

Arrival at Pearson Airport

After nearly two years of being detained in the United Arab Emirates, Canadian Salim Alaradi and his family have been reunited in Istanbul, Turkey, and will be arriving in Toronto Pearson Airport on Monday June 20th 2016.

After two weeks of medical assessments and care, physicians have cleared him for travel. Salim and his family will return to Windsor, Ontario, to settle in their home once more and spend the necessary time to rebuild their lives.

Salim and his daughter Marwa will make a statement at Pearson Airport Terminal 1 arrivals. They will continue their trip to Windsor Tuesday morning. Salim’s Canadian lawyer Paul Champ will be present to address any media questions.

When:
Monday June 20th 2016
5:40 PM

Where:
Toronto Pearson Airport
Terminal 1 – International Arrivals Exit
Flight AC 6679
Click here for flight status

Who:
Salim Alaradi, his wife Aliya, Marwa and her siblings Nour, Mohamad, Rayana and Yasmeen
Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
Family and friends welcoming them home

Inquiries:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

Canadian Citizen Salim Alaradi Free from United Arab Emirates Getting Medical Attention

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

June 6nd 2016

Canadian Citizen Salim Alaradi Free from United Arab Emirates Getting Medical Attention

Canadian Salim Alaradi is safe in Istanbul, Turkey, receiving medical care after nearly two years of being detained in the United Arab Emirates. He arrived in Istanbul in the early morning hours of June 3, 2016. There was a reunion in the airport with family members before going directly to a hospital for medical tests and treatment.

Marwa Alaradi and her mother Aliya and siblings Nour, Mohamad, Rayana and Yasmeen have been delayed in their arrival to Istanbul to see Salim so that her siblings could write final exams at school, which are scheduled for today.  After getting up to date with his family, Salim was concerned the children might lose their academic year and insisted that they stay a few more days to finish their exams.

Salim continues to spend every day at the hospital undergoing medical tests. He has lost over forty pounds during his two years in prison and he remains in considerable pain. However, doctors say he should be safe to travel later this week.  Salim’s wife and children will be travelling to Istanbul on Wednesday and the family will spend a few days together there before returning to their home in Windsor, Ontario, likely by early next week. The family looks forward to re-building their lives.

Salim wishes again to extend his thanks to everyone who has followed his case and advocated for his freedom over the past weeks and months. He plans to travel to Ottawa in the next few weeks to personally thank the Trudeau government officials who worked so hard for his release.

 

Recent Media Coverage:

The Guardian – Salim Alaradi leaves UAE for Canada after being detained nearly two years

The Washington Post – 2 American businessmen freed in United Arab Emirates after 21 months in prison

The Windsor Star – Windsor’s Salim Alaradi boards plane out of Dubai after nearly two years in prison

CBC – Salim Alaradi, Canadian businessman detained in U.A.E., ‘free at last’

CBC – Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi can’t leave U.A.E. after freed from prison, on travel ban list

Middle East Eye – UAE bars Libyan-Canadian businessman from leaving country after prison release

The Guardian – Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but ‘nightmare’ continues

Vice News – Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn’t Free Yet

CBC – Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates

Huffington Post – Salim Alaradi, Canadian Held In U.A.E., Acquitted Of All Charges But Still In Custody: Family

Global News – Salim Alaradi, Canadian detained in UAE for 2 years, acquitted of all charges

Middle East Eye – Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says

 

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Greg Craig, Lawyer for co-accused US nationals Kamal and Mohamed El Darat
T: +1.202.371.7400
E: gregory.craig@skadden.com

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

Jacob Kuehn, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236
E: jkuehn@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298
E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi

 

Free At Last – Best Update Ever

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

Best Update Ever – June 2nd 2016

 

Free At Last
Canadian Citizen Detained in United Arab Emirates for 645 Days

A few minutes ago, Canadian Salim Alaradi boarded a flight from Dubai and is safely en route to be reunited with his family. The flight departed 10:30 pm local time, 2:30 pm Eastern Standard time. Alaradi’s family is ecstatic, celebrating his safety and counting down the hours for his arrival in Istanbul. The family has coordinated hospital admission and physicians for immediate medical assessments.

Alaradi was acquitted of all charges on Monday, May 30, 2016, but was immediately returned to custody by UAE state security officials.  After high level interventions by Canadian government officials, Alaradi was suddenly released from Abu Dhabi prison late in the evening of May 31, 2016.  Unfortunately, Alaradi’s reunion with his family remained in doubt as UAE officials advised he was subject to a travel ban and could not leave the country.

Canadian officials in the Abu Dhabi Embassy, Dubai Consulate, and in Ottawa tirelessly worked non-stop over the past 36 hours to protect Alaradi from further violations of his human rights and to facilitate his safe exit from the United Arab Emirates.  Alaradi was accompanied through Dubai airport by a Canadian consular official and his departure remained in doubt until the final moments when his plane lifted off.

Salim’s daughter Marwa Alaradi has led a campaign for 645 days to secure the freedom of her father, who she has not seen since he was abducted by UAE state security officials during a family vacation in August 2014. Marwa’s campaign became a global call for freedom and has become viral on social media. Marwa’s efforts have brought together human rights groups, activists, the Canadian government, the United Nations, and supporters from every continent of the world.  The #FreeSalimAlaradi campaign has become a landmark case in the field of international human rights law.

Salim Alaradi would like to thank everyone who has invested efforts, spoken out, and advocated for his freedom. In particular, Salim expressed that he will be forever grateful to Canadian consular officials who visited him on almost a weekly basis over the last eight months. On behalf of her father, Marwa would like to recognise the extraordinary work of the United Nations Special Rapporteurs and their human rights officers, Amnesty International and specifically Drewery Dyke and Alex Neve, Human Rights Watch Nicholas McGeehan, and Monia Mazigh of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group.

The Alaradi family owes a special thank you to their Canadian lawyer Paul Champ who championed their case day and night. They would also like to thank the internationally-respected lawyer Mostafa Elmanea who lead the legal team, the local UAE lawyer Ali Al Mannae, and the members of the legal team in the UK, Libya, France and Switzerland.

Right before take-off Salim sent a video statement to his brother. He said, “Yesterday my daughter Marwa told me that I have 1000s of friends, supporters and organizations across the world who worked so hard for my freedom. I boarded the plane and it will take off soon. Thank you so much for getting me this far.  I am not home yet, but I am a plane ride away.  God Bless you all. Thank you”

salimonplane.jpg

Salim Alaradi and his family plan to return to their house in Windsor, Ontario, after he has been medically authorized for travel by doctors in Istanbul to rebuild their lives together.

 

Recent Media Coverage:

CBC – Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi can’t leave U.A.E. after freed from prison, on travel ban list

Middle East Eye – UAE bars Libyan-Canadian businessman from leaving country after prison release

The Guardian – Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but ‘nightmare’ continues

Vice News – Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn’t Free Yet

CBC – Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates

Huffington Post – Salim Alaradi, Canadian Held In U.A.E., Acquitted Of All Charges But Still In Custody: Family

Global News – Salim Alaradi, Canadian detained in UAE for 2 years, acquitted of all charges

Middle East Eye – Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says

 

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

John Tackaberry, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236
E: jtackaberry@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298
E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi

 

The UAE has Placed Salim Alaradi in a Predicament with No Immediate End to Travel Ban

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

Update – June 1st 2016

 

UAE has Placed Salim Alaradi in a Predicament with No Immediate End to Travel Ban
Canadian Citizen Detained in United Arab Emirates for 643 Days

Prior to Salim Alaradi’s court appearance on Monday May 31st in the United Arab Emirates Federal Supreme Court, his Canadian lawyer Paul Champ and his family asked Global Affairs Canada to take all necessary steps to prepare for his acquittal and ensure a smooth transition for his release to the airport. The family was assured that GAC had communicated with the Emirates and that his passport was ready with Canadian diplomats prepared to transport him directly to the airport to leave the country.

Celebrations following Alaradi’s acquittal were short lived as he was immediately taken back into custody by UAE state security. Alaradi’s family was again assured that Canadian officials were doing everything possible to secure his release. Late Tuesday night, Alaradi was suddenly released to his UAE lawyer by prison officials. Again, the family celebrated, this time with Salim, as he enjoyed his first hours of freedom on the phone and Skype with his wife and children.

Today, Alaradi was accompanied to the Dubai airport with a Canadian diplomat and was expecting to travel to Istanbul for urgent medical care and to reunite with his family.  To their disappointment, he was prevented from leaving the country. He was informed that there are several obstacles to his departure, including a travel ban and a prohibition from traveling with his newly issued Canadian passport as it does not have an entry stamp. Alaradi’s visa was stamped in a passport currently confiscated by UAE state security.

This has caused a predicament in his status. All services including hospitals, hotels and banks among others require valid ID which the UAE State Security has not returned to him.  This has forced Alaradi to remain at a friend’s apartment and avoid any unnecessary movement as he could not even ID himself to police if needed.

UAE officials have promised Canadian diplomats that his original passport should be returned as early as tomorrow but they should not expect an immediate resolution to the travel ban. No reasons have been given for the travel ban. Time zone differences between Canada and the UAE have exacerbated the situation, leaving a small window of overlap for officials to resolve the matter. If the passport and travel ban obstacles are not resolved tomorrow, Alaradi will likely be stuck in the UAE until Monday – a short plane ride from his children and access to medical treatment – due to weekend holidays in both UAE and Canada respectively.

Alaradi spoke with his Canadian lawyer Paul Champ today and appealed to him that his health is poor and he needs to have his heart checked immediately and that the Canadian government is responsible for the delay in resolving his travel dilemma. He has asked Champ to escalate the matter as high up as possible.

Alaradi was promised Minister Dion would intervene today yet apparently his phone call was not returned by UAE officials.  The family and Alaradi’s lawyers believe that a phone call from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will bring an immediate end to Alaradi’s suffering and that of his children.

Paul Champ is available for further details on the situation.

 

Recent Media Coverage:

CBC – Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi can’t leave U.A.E. after freed from prison, on travel ban list

Middle East Eye – UAE bars Libyan-Canadian businessman from leaving country after prison release

The Guardian – Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but ‘nightmare’ continues

Vice News – Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn’t Free Yet

CBC – Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates

Huffington Post – Salim Alaradi, Canadian Held In U.A.E., Acquitted Of All Charges But Still In Custody: Family

Global News – Salim Alaradi, Canadian detained in UAE for 2 years, acquitted of all charges

Middle East Eye – Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says

 

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Greg Craig, Lawyer for co-accused US nationals Kamal and Mohamed El Darat
T: +1.202.371.7400
E: gregory.craig@skadden.com

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

John Tackaberry, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236

E: jtackaberry@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298

E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi

Salim Alaradi waiting in Airport But Cannot Leave Due to UAE Travel Ban Unresolved by Canadian Officials

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

 

Update – June 1st 2016

 Salim Alaradi waiting in Airport But Cannot Leave Due to UAE Travel Ban Unresolved by Canadian Officials
Canadian Citizen Detained in United Arab Emirates for 654 Days

Salim Alaradi has been experiencing one wrinkle after another this week. Alaradi received an innocent verdict on Monday May 30th but was re-detained on claims of ‘administrative procedures’. After significant international public criticism and condemning further human rights violations he was released yesterday at around 10 pm Abu Dhabi time. His family and supporters cautiously celebrated through the night in cities across the world and on social media knowing that the ordeal was not over until he was home. But this morning they woke up to disappointing news that his planned travel for medical care and reuniting with this family was not going to be easy.

Alaradi was informed that he is on a travel ban list and does not have clearance to leave the country. He is currently waiting in the airport in hopes that he will be allowed to leave on the next possible flight and avoid another night without his children.

After days of insisting with Canadian officials in Ottawa that all travel arrangements should be cleared with UAE officials up front so that once released Alaradi’s medical treatment would not be delayed, today it is clear that preparations were not proactively made.

Alaradi has been waiting for hours for the Canadian government to begin operations in Ottawa this morning due to time zone difference in hopes that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister Stéphane Dion would intervene personally.

This restriction of travel is a further violation of Alaradi’s human rights. Alaradi’s Canadian lawyer Paul Champ is in communication with Canadian officials in the UAE and in Ottawa trying to escalate matters for a prompt resolution.

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Greg Craig, Lawyer for co-accused US nationals Kamal and Mohamed El Darat
T: +1.202.371.7400
E: gregory.craig@skadden.com

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

John Tackaberry, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236
E: jtackaberry@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298
E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi

 

Canadian Salim Alaradi Released But Yet to be Reunited with His Family

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

Update – May 31st 2016

 

Canadian Salim Alaradi Released But Yet to be Reunited with His Family
Canadian Citizen Detained in United Arab Emirates for 643 Days

Yesterday the United Arab Emirates Supreme Court State Security Chamber confirmed the innocence of Canadian businessman Salim Alardi with an acquittal after 21 months of detention but Alaradi was re-detained since.

Two hour ago, 10 pm Abu Dhabi time, Alaradi’s lawyer was notified that he could be picked up from Al Whatba prison. Soon after he was released with his local lawyer and he is currently safe with him.

Lawyers and family welcome the release but are cautious until he leaves the country and is reunited safely with his family. Tomorrow morning Canadian officials will continue to provide assistance and will accompany Alaradi to the airport.

With his release, Alaradi plans to leave the country to seek proper medical attention at a hospital in Istanbul, Turkey.  He has suffered greatly during his imprisonment and he requires medical care. He has kidney problems, severe back pain, numbness in his extremities, ringing in his ears and problems with his vision. He previously had heart surgery and that is also a serious concern to his family.  After he has been cleared by medical professionals to travel, Alaradi and his family plan to return to their home in Windsor, Ontario.

While we are grateful for this long overdue freedom, this ordeal has not ended until he is safely back home with his family. We call on the Canadian government and the United Arab Emirates to continue to arrange Alaradi’s immediate safe return to his family.

Recent Media Coverage:

The Guardian – Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but ‘nightmare’ continues

Vice News – Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn’t Free Yet

CBC – Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates

Huffington Post – Salim Alaradi, Canadian Held In U.A.E., Acquitted Of All Charges But Still In Custody: Family

Global News – Salim Alaradi, Canadian detained in UAE for 2 years, acquitted of all charges

Middle East Eye – Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says

 

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Greg Craig, Lawyer for co-accused US nationals Kamal and Mohamed El Darat
T: +1.202.371.7400
E: gregory.craig@skadden.com

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

John Tackaberry, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236
E: jtackaberry@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298
E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi

 

UAE Supreme Court Acquittal of Canadian Salim Alaradi is Ink on Paper Unless He is Immediately Released

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

Update – May 31st 2016

UAE Supreme Court Acquittal of Canadian Salim Alaradi is Ink on Paper Unless He is Immediately Released

Canadian Citizen Detained in United Arab Emirates for 643 Days

The judiciary of the UAE Federal Supreme Court yesterday issued a final and binding ruling of innocence fully acquitting Canadian Salim Alaradi effective immediately without delay.

Even though it has been reported that the Prosecutor’s office issued release papers to the prison, the UAE State Security continues to subject Alaradi to detainment and restricting his freedom in violation of UAE Law and Constitution and a crime punishable by law.

Twenty-four hours have passed since the innocence verdict and Alaradi remains in custody.

Canadian officials and his local lawyer were prevented from talking to him in the court house and have not have been able to speak to him since. Certainly this is not the treatment of an innocent person.

Alaradi is an innocent man but NOT a free man. His ruling is nothing more than INK ON PAPER unless it is implemented by UAE State Security and prison authorities.

Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion said in a statement yesterday that “the government of Canada raised Mr. Alaradi’s case at the highest levels and called for his release and return to Canada,” however, the UAE has not responded in good faith yet.

The family is in regular communication with Consular officials in Abu Dhabi and local lawyers. UAE authorities are claiming reasons of ‘administrative’ steps, however, lawyers are saying that Alaradi should be released immediately and administrative processes do not warrant his continued arbitrary detainment.

Instead of the world welcoming yesterday’s ruling of the Federal Supreme Court and celebrating it as a new chapter of human rights reforms in the UAE, the continued detainment has been denounced and it has only served as a new page for fresh human rights violations by the UAE State Security. Nevertheless, an immediate release would be applauded as UAE’s commitment to justice and reforms.

 

Recent Media Coverage:

The Guardian – Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but ‘nightmare’ continues

Vice News – Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn’t Free Yet

CBC – Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates

Huffington Post – Salim Alaradi, Canadian Held In U.A.E., Acquitted Of All Charges But Still In Custody: Family

Global News – Salim Alaradi, Canadian detained in UAE for 2 years, acquitted of all charges

Middle East Eye – Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says

 

Media Contacts:

For further details about Salim Alaradi’s situation and the progress of the case in UAE:

Paul Champ, Human rights lawyer representing Salim Alaradi
T: (613) 816-2441
E: pchamp@champlaw.ca

Greg Craig, Lawyer for co-accused US nationals Kamal and Mohamed El Darat
T: +1.202.371.7400
E: gregory.craig@skadden.com

Marwa Alaradi, Salim Alaradi’s eldest daughter
E: freesalimalaradi@gmail.com

 

For further background about this case and related human rights concerns in UAE:

John Tackaberry, Media Officer, Amnesty International Canada
T: (613) 744-7667, extension 236
E: jtackaberry@amnesty.ca

Monia Mazigh, National Coordinator-International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
T: (613) 241-5298
E: national.coordination@iclmg.ca

Nicholas McGeehan, UAE researcher at Human Rights Watch
E: mcgeehn@hrw.org

Drewery Dyke, UAE Researcher at Amnesty International
T: +44 (0) 75 3558 7297
E: ddyke@amnesty.org

 

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For more details about the case please visit:

 

Campaign Website http://www.freesalimalaradi.com/
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/freesalimalaradi
Twitter Account https://twitter.com/freesalimaradi
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/freesalimalaradi