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The brother of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked Canada's public safety minister to intervene to halt the deportation of an Algerian man accused of being an Al-Qaeda sleeper agent.He has denied terror links, claiming he fled Algeria over a crackdown on a political party to which he belonged, the now-defunct and banned Islamic Salvation Front (FIS).But Canadian courts ruled he was likely an Al-Qaeda sleeper agent and a security threat.The original security law used to prosecute Harkat was struck down in 2007 as unjust.
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