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Claims Egyptian asylum seeker is being victimised by AFP MP3

A refugee advocate says the Egyptian detainee at the centre of the latest national security debate has been victimised by the Australian Federal Police. The man Sayed Ahmed Abdellatif was convicted of terrorism by an Egyptian court 14 years ago and is now living at Villawood with his wife and six children. Last year the Egyptian told a United Nations newsagency that he'd been on the run for 20 years, and eventually p... Source: abc.net.au

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