Comité de soutien à Nathalie Morin, Samir, Abdullah et Sarah

Arab news – March the 9, 2010

Concert held in Montreal to support Nathalie Morin

JEDDAH: A special concert and solidarity event was held in Montreal, Canada, on Sunday to give hope to Nathalie Morin, the Canadian wife who is allegedly being held against her will in Saudi Arabia.

By SARAH ABDULLAH

Paper here

Publicités

10 mars 2010 Posted by | Medias | , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

The Key to Freedom solidarity concert and event

The Key to Freedom solidarity concert and event

Liberté clé en main

Nathalie Morin’s Support Committee is proud to invite you, in the context of International Women’s Day and with the support of several women’s groups, to a concert and solidarity event for Nathalie and her children. IMPORTANT: TO REPRESENT YOUR SUPPORT FOR HER FREEDOM, PLEASE BRING AN UNUSED KEY.

The singer Sylvie Desgroseillers will be present to sing hope for Nathalie, as well as Olivier Cheuwa, Maggie Blanchard, the Jireh Gospel Choir, Dramane Koné, Ève Cournoyer and the group Hôtel Morphée. We are also delighted to have Francine Lalonde from the Bloc Québécois and Amir Khadir from Québec solidaire. The event will be hosted by the ‘foolosepher’ François Gourd. Other surprises are to be expected.

The event will be filmed and sent to Nathalie in order to give her hope and courage to overcome her dire situation. We wish to express that we are there for her and that we are numerous who think of her and her kids.

Tickets are on sale at :
La billeterie Articulée at 514-844-2172, 1-866-844-2172
At the Monument National, 1182 boul. St-Laurent, Montréal
And on the Réseau Admission, www.reseauadmission.com

Presale 12$ (+2$ fee) =14$
At the door 15$ (+2$ fee) =17$ (cash only please)

Saturday March 6th, 2010
8 PM (Doors open at 7 PM)

Any benefits from the event will be put aside in a support fund for Nathalie and her children.

Please invite all your friends!

Nathalie Morin’s Support Committee

1 mars 2010 Posted by | Events | , , , | Laisser un commentaire

Arab News – November the 7th, 2009

Husband demands $300,000 to ‘free’ Canadian wife, kids

JEDDAH: In a bizarre twist to the two-and-half-year public matrimonial dispute between Saudi national Saeed Al-Shahrani and his Canadian wife Nathalie Morin, Al-Shahrani is now reported to be willing to divorce his wife, give her complete custody of their three children and let them leave the country in return for $300,000…Next

8 novembre 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

National Post – October the 29th

Saudi husband demands $300K for wife’s freedom

The common-law husband of a Quebec woman is demanding $300,000 for the release of his three children and wife, who swore in an affidavit that she has been held against her will in Saudi Arabia since 2005. Read more..

30 octobre 2009 Posted by | Évènements | , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

The Gazette – Canada.com – October the 29th

Saudi husband will let common-law wife return to Montreal — for $300,000

Montrealer Nathalie Morin, 24, who is in Saudia Arabia with her husband and 3 children. Her husband has refused to give her permission to return to Canada – unless the Canadian government pays him $300,000…  The Gazette and Canada.com

30 octobre 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

Cyberpresse – La presse – 29 octobre 2009

Le prix de la liberté

Agnès Gruda, La Presse: « Abandonner ses trois enfants ou rester cloîtrée avec eux? C’est l’insoutenable dilemme de Nathalie Morin, Québécoise séquestrée en Arabie Saoudite depuis trois ans. Le Canada fait-il tout ce qu’il peut pour l’aider? Dans la foulée d’un reportage présenté ce soir à Radio-Canada, La Presse fait le point sur cette situation poignante.«  La suite..

29 octobre 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

ArabNews – 29 April 2009

Saudi son-in-law wife-beater: Canadian mom

”JEDDAH: Despite recent reports that Nathalie Morin is living happily with her husband and their three children in the Kingdom, Morin’s mother Johanne Durocher is still fighting to bring her daughter and three grandchildren back to Canada while accusing her son-in-law of being “abusive and manipulative.”

29 avril 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

Some papers about Nathalie

Video of CTV and Paper from CTV

In the Toronto Star this morning we see a translation of a message from Nathalie

Global TV

CBC

17 avril 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

Calgary Herald – April the 14th, 2009

« MONTREAL — Nathalie Morin knows she made a terrible mistake moving to Saudi Arabia with her son in 2005 so they could live with the boy’s father.
Four years later, the 24-year-old woman now has three children, and her mother, Johanne Durocher, says she is being held there against her will because her partner has refused to allow her to return to Canada with her children… »

15 avril 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

The Gazette – April the 14th, 2009

Nathalie Morin makes tearful plea to come home

« Nathalie Morin knows she made a terrible mistake moving to Saudi Arabia with her young son in 2005 to live with the boy’s father.

Four years later, the 24-year-old woman now has three children and her mother says she is being held in the Middle East against her will because her partner has refused to allow her to return to Canada with her children… »

Record of telephonique conversation between Nathalie and her mother.

15 avril 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

CBC – April the 14th, 2009

Mother of woman allegedly trapped in Saudi Arabia makes public plea

« The mother of a Quebec woman allegedly held against her will in Saudi Arabia is pleading with the Canadian government to help her daughter.
Nathalie Morin has been living with her husband Samir Said Ramthi Al-Bishi for more than three years in Saudi Arabia.
She said he has forbidden her to leave their home and beats her regularly… »

15 avril 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire

Metro Edmonton – January the 30th of 2009

Tory MP visited Quebec woman allegedly held captive in Saudi Arabia

OTTAWA – The federal government says it recently visited a Quebec woman allegedly held captive against her will in Saudi Arabia…

1 février 2009 Posted by | Medias | , , | Laisser un commentaire