The Support Committee for Nathalie
Morin has created this site to support Nathalie and her children, Samir, Adbullah, Sarah and Fowaz. Nathalie has been in Saudi
Arabia since March 2005. Her 4 children, all Canadians, are under a travel ban from the Saudi government. Thus, Nathalie has no choice but to stay in this country until
her children can come with her to Canada.
On this site, you will find information on Nathalie’s story, her daily life, as well as the actions of the Committee aimed at bringing her back to Canada with her children.
A film recorded by Nathalie’s mother and brother in the summer of 2009 shows her daily life in Saudi Arabia.
This site shows you what action you can take, as a citizen, to help Nathalie and her children to come back to live among us.
Your support is precious and we are counting on you to help us in our actions.
The Support Committee for Nathalie Morin.
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On this day, November 30th, 2005, Lord, I ask pardon for all that I have done, for all my mistakes, for not having listened to you... Lord, I ask for grace and for your blessing. Confer on me a place in heaven. I wish to repent before you, Lord.
Lord, bless my mother with all your might, confer the benediction.
Lord, make it so that one day, I may go back to Canada, with my children, for the good of my children.
Demonstration held in support of Nathalie Morin on December 4th 2017 in front of the Parliament in Ottawa
If you would like to show your support for Nathalie you can write directly to:
E-mail received from Nathalie, explaining what happened at the Canadian embassy in Riyadh. Link
Johanne Durocher, Nathalie's mother, gives news about her daughter in the media. We hope she will be back soon un Quebec with her children.
On June, 10th, 2011, Johanne Durocher, Nathalie's mother, and Dominique Morin, her brother, were received by Prime Minister Jean Charest at the Assemblée nationale of Quebec.
After a question from the MP Amir Khadir on June 9th, the Prime Minister pledged to introduce a motion to pressure the Canadian government to act and help Nathalie. According to him, «C'est une affaire qui, à mes yeux à moi, est extrêmement, extrêmement préoccupante».
June 29th, 2010 protest organized by Institute for Gulf Affairs in front of the White House, Washington: for the return of Nathalie & her children back to Canada, end of gender apartheid & end of religious oppression. Click here for details
Letter of Wajeha Al-Huwaider, Saudi writer, to the American President- June 26th, 2010
Latest news from Nathalie on her daily life
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