Australia’s shameful treatment of Sayed Abdellatif

“We call it “immigration detention”, yet effectively it is open-ended imprisonment without charge.

Abdellatif qualified for refugee status but, on alleged security grounds, has no visa – hence his imprisonment in the high-security section of Villawood detention centre for three-and-a-half years, with his wife and six children in the family compound. The family members have opted to stay in Villawood rather than be further separated from Abdellatif.”

Click here to read Richard Ackland in The Guardian.

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