Campaign for Dr. Mohamed Haneef

    Released after 25 days in detention

    Join the campaign to protest illegal detention of Dr. Haneef by Australian authorities. Protest loud and wide for the Indian doctor who is being held on trumped up charges and denied chance to visit his wife and daughter in his home country even when it is clear that he has nothing to do with terrorism or Glasgow bombing.

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    1. Is it a crime to buy and travel on one-way air tickets?
    2. Are all relatives of a terrorist are considered terrorists?
    3. Dr. Haneef’s SIM card was not involved in any terror activity.
    4. Why was his wife’s visa to Australia canceled?
    5. When Dr. Haneef’s visa was canceled, why was he not deported?
    6. Why Dr. Asif Ali, friend of Dr. Haneef was harassed and why he is not allowed to say what happened to him when he was under detention?


    Decision of the Immigration Minister revoking Dr. Haneef’s visa: download pdf 2.9mb
    Transcript of the interrogation by Australian Federal Police: download pdf 22.7mb

    News Coverage:

    Haneef released as charges dropped: The Age

    Truth is finally out – Haneef’s wife:

    Errors lead to dropping of Haneef charge: ABC news

    10,000 Australians sign petition supporting Haneef:

    Guilty by association?: The Indian Express

    26 July

    Haneef case: Aus minister backtracks: NDTV
    Haneef investigator dies:
    Indian doctors ask Australian government to stop Haneef backlash:

    New-born daughter’s photo moves Haneef to tears: Khaleej Times

    25 July

    UK unlikely to seek Haneef’s extradition: The Hindu

    24 July

    ‘Haneef’s confinement a violation of rights’: The Hindu.

    Haneef, relative ‘cry at meeting’: ABC news

    Haneef weeps for baby daughter:

    AFP didn’t tamper with my diary: Haneef:

    23 July

    Haneef ‘not a significant focus’ of UK inquiry: The Age

    Australian police wrote notes in Haneef’s diary to grill him: The Times of India.

    Haneef’s relative yet to receive permission to see him: The Hindu

    ‘Media report on Haneef incorrect’: The Hindu

    Support for Haneef swells Down Under : The Times of India

    Law council calls for Haneef bridging visaThe Australian News.

    22 July

    Australia may deport Haneef, wife wants charges dropped:

    21 July

    Haneef’s relative leaves for Australia:

    Indian officials have met Haneef, he is fine: Ahamed,:

    Loopholes in case may aid Haneef’s release: The Times of India.

    Haneef and democracy are both in detention: The Age.

    The trials of a ‘good Indian son’ The Age.

    20 July

    Haneef moved by people’s support: The Hindu.

    Contradictions in case against Haneef, but no review of detention: IANS.

    Haneef’s kin gets visa, India seeks consular access:

    Haneef should be treated well, feel Bangalore residents:

    19 July

    Haneef’s SIM was found in Jeep eight hours after Glasgow crash:

    Australia seeks bank details of Haneef:

    18 July

    Extend all facilities to Haneef: Manmohan: The Hindu.

    Haneef, in solitary confinement, denies jehad link:

    Haneef wife’s visa cancelled, says family: The Hindu.

    17 July

    Haneef family’s travails: neigbours offer prayers: The Hindu.

    Haneef documents shown to lawyers:

    Stretching dubious laws to the limit: The Canberra Times.

    ‘Harmless’ contact with Qld doctor: The Canberra Times.
    Haneef to be expelled from Australia even if found innocent: The Hindustan Times

    Haneef will be deported regardless of trial: Andrews ABC news.

    Australia plan to deport Haneef, India summons envoy:

    Mohamed Haneef’s barrister attacks secrecy:

    16 July

    Finding a way to keep Haneef locked up: The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Haneef’s wife hits out against Aussie Govt; says unfair: The Hindu.

    Haneef’s visa cancelled: ABC news.

    Brisbane court grants bail to Indian doctor: The Hindustan Times.

    Docs under scanner have no contacts with UK terror suspects

    15 July

    Haneef not to be extradited to Britain: official:

    14 July
    Haneef’s wife appeals to PM as he and Sabeel are charged:

    Australian police search foreign doctor’s house:

    Haneef’s wife may travel to Australia:

    Haneef charged for giving SIM card to Sabeel; will apply for bail:

    13 July

    Haneef’s family hopes for his early release:

    Bomb plot suspect Haneef faces 12 more hours of questioning:

    Now Haneef faces eviction from apartment:

    12 July

    Haneef’s wife pleads for his release:

    Haneef’s detention without charge draws flak:

    11 July
    Haneef phones family, tells them not to worryHaneef’s detention extended by two days; Aussie minister walks fine line:

    Haneef assumed innocent unless proven otherwise: Australia:

    Is Dr Haneef being denied natural justice in Australia?:

    9 July

    Haneef’s lawyer gets access; overseas doctors decry ‘media circus’:

    7 July
    Five Indian doctors released, Haneef not charged yet:

    6 July
    Terror suspect Haneef cooperating: Indian officials:

    Indian doctor petrified, punished for “unfortunate aquintance”:

    5 July

    Police given more time to question Haneef; yet to be charged:

    4 July

    Family of British terror suspect waits to hear from him:

    One Indian doctor being questioned, another released:

    Indian doctors held as terror suspects identified:

    [ second photo: Mohamed Haneef is taken from the Brisbane police watchhouse last week. Photo by Eddie Safarik, The Age]