To the Minister of Migration and Integration, Sylvi Listhaug (firstname.lastname@example.org) and to the Norwegian Directorate for Immigration’s Northern Region Office (email@example.com)
The Mayor of Sør-Varanger, Rune Rafaelsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Norwegian Organization for Asylum Seekers (email@example.com)
The municipal newspaper Sør-Varanger Avis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Director of the UNHCR bureau for Europe, Vincent Cochetel (email@example.com)
Halvor Frihagen, Lawyer at Advokatfirma Andersen & Bache-Wiig (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Dear Sir / Madam,
I want to inform you that I am under arrest without having violated any law or committed any crime. This reminds me of the many times I was arrested by the repressive Sudanese regime for my peaceful activism and for defending my rights and the rights of exploited people. But this time I am under arrest for trusting the human rights values and obligations of the Norwegian State.
Call for Action at the Norwegian embassy in Berlin on June 16th, 1pm
Norway collaborates with the Sudanese Dictator Omar Al Bashir to enable him to kill and torture members of the oppositional groups:
About one month ago Oslo hosted delegates and members of Omar Al Bashir Militia and National Intelligence Security Services (NISS) – they covered them under the title authorities for Sudanese Interiors Affairs). Their mission was to facilitate the deportation process of political activists and victims of the war in Darfur. Norway imprisoned about 20 of those refugees from Sudan in Oslo, and they already deported six of them back to Sudan. Insiders confirmed that two of them were arrested immediately after their arrival in Sudan and that they are kept in NISS’ jails until now. Noone knows about their situation in prison. The other two had been arrested and tortured for 8 hours before they were released. The last two disappeared.