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Program Information
 NO ONE IS ILLEGAL RADIO 
 Six Nations; Guantanamo North; Amir Hodhod
 Regular Show
 Kahntinehta, Ahmad Jaballah and Amir Hodhod
 Jaggi Singh  
 For non-profit use only.
Produced and hosted by members of No One Is Illegal in Montreal.

Re-broadcasts are encouraged; let us know by e-mail at nooneisillegal@gmail.com
* The Struggle at SIX NATIONS: We replay a telephone interview with Kahntinehta of Mohawk Nation News from January 1, 2007. She reports on historic events at the Grand River Territory of Six Nations, where a traditional Confederacy House, shut down by the Canadian government in 1924, was re-opened.

More info about the struggle at Six Nations is available at: http://auto_sol.tao.ca/node/view/2012


* Hunger Strike at GUANTANAMO NORTH: Ahmad Jaballah is the 20-year old eldest son of Mahmoud Jaballah, one of the three detainees at the 'Guantanamo North' prison near Kingston, Ontario. Jaballah has been detained without charge, on secret evidence, for more than five years; he is one of the Secret Trial Five. Ahmad was interviewed by phone on January 9, 2007 about the hunger strike currently being undertaken by the three inmates at Guantanamo North.

For more information: http://www.homesnotbombs.ca/secrettrials.htm


* An Open Letter from Guantanamo North: On the uploaded version of our show, Ahmad Jaballah reads the 'Open Letter from Guantanamo North' by his father Mahmoud Jaballah as well as Mohamed Mahjoub and Hassan Almrei.

You can read the open letter at:
http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com/2007/01/open-letter-from-guantanamo-north.html


* AMIR HODHOD: Amir was an immigrant justice and workers rights activist with groups like Solidarity Across Borders and the Workers Solidarity Network in Montreal. On December 27, 2006, after several months living without legal status in Canada, he was deported to the United States and spent 7 days in the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility. Amir was recently released on payment of an expensive bond, and speaks about his experience from the streets of Jersey City where he currently lives and continues his struggle for status.

Background info to Amir'™s case is available at: http://www.solidarityacrossborders.org/en/node/124

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Kahntinehta Photo Interview about Six Nations  00:17:33  128Kbps mp3
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Ahmad Jaballah Interview  00:20:02  128Kbps mp3
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Open Letter from Guantanamo North  00:07:04  128Kbps mp3
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Interview with Amir Hodhod from Jersey City  00:16:07  128Kbps mp3
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