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Son shown door after asking about Habib

Ahmed Habib wanted to send a message to George Bush about his father, Mamdouh, yesterday. So when the US President was delivering his address to Parliament, the 18-year-old, whose father has been held without charge by the Americans in Cuba since late 2001, stood up in the public gallery. “What about my father’s rights?” he called out before security guards escorted him from Parliament, making him the only person removed during the address. Mr Habib, of Sydney, is one of two Australians being held at Guantanamo Bay. Stephen Kenny, the lawyer of the other, David Hicks, was in the gallery with Ahmed Habib and his mother, Maha. All were there as guests of the Greens’ Bob Brown. Full Story

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