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Football, Refugee Rights And Hakeem Al-Araibi – OpEd

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 12 February 2019
“Al-Araibi’s case has become a crucial test of world football’s commitment to human rights.” So observed the director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights at Monash University, Sarah Joseph, in a piece last month. “Is this commitment real, or is it a public relations statement tossed aside when the going gets...
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News video: 'I Love Australia' Says Bahraini Footballer Freed From Thai Jail

'I Love Australia' Says Bahraini Footballer Freed From Thai Jail 00:34

Reuters reports 25 year old Hakeem Al Araibi,who fled Bahrain in 2014 and received refugee status in Australia, was released from prison in Bangkok on Monday. Authorities in Bahrain accused Araibi of crimes committed during the Arab Spring protests of 2011, charges which he denied. Araibi said after...

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