and other big global issues, the Canadian government has been working on deporting refugees back to Algeria. These deportations will happen despite such warnings as the following from the UK: “Alongside the violence committed by the Islamic armed groups over the last decade are numerous documented allegations of human rights abuses by the security forces and state-armed militias [in Algeria], including the enforced disappearances of at least 4,000 people, abductions, torture and extra-judicial killings.”
There’s more and MJ Milloy has the story: One of these things is not like the other. To really figure this out though, we must look at motivations. Obviously the government is trying to provide a reasonable back-story for some other initiative with Algeria – a trade deal or something most likely. They’re trying to deport people so that later on they’ll be able to say, “no, everything’s fine there, look we didn’t even have a problem deporting people!” Find the second generation motivation and you find the way to deal with the issue.