THE SISTER of a former Huddersfield University student held at Guantanamo Bay is coming to town to demand justice for her brother.
Amani Deghayes will be addressing a meeting next month to call for a fairer deal for her brother Omar.
Law student Omar has been held by the USA at the military base since early 2002.
He joined a legal practice course at Huddersfield University in 1998 but never completed his course.
Supporters say he was kidnapped in Pakistan and transferred to the controversial prison camp, where he is alleged to have been tortured.
Mr Deghayes, 35, came to the UK from Libya with his family in 1986 - six years after his father, Ahmer, was allegedly assassinated by Colonel Muammar Gadaffi's regime.
Huddersfield Stop The War Coalition will be holding a public meeting to demand justice for Omar. The appeal will be headed by his sister Amani and journalist and human rights activist Victoria Brittain.
The meeting will be held at the Hudawi Centre on Great Northern Street on Thursday, April 21 from 7.30pm.
Contact the Huddersfield Stop The War Coalition on 01484 846209.