The court will decide whether Julian Assange will be extradited to
There is growing concern the internet whiz will then be extradited to the
Mr Assange said that the Swedish government had abused his stepson's human and his legal rights by "having him in line" for this extradition.
"They should be ready to grant him shelter instead," Mr Assange told the crowd assembled at the rally on Sunday.
"He's been nominated for a Nobel Prize so how could he be a criminal?
He's exposed global corruption everywhere, he's done no harm except to those who do harm the people," he said.
Julian Assange was nominated for the Sydney Peace Foundation's gold medal and the Nobel Peace Prize on the same day last week.
Both Julian Assange's mother and stepfather have criticised Prime Minister Julia Gillard for washing her hands of him.
Mr Brett Assange said that people could show their support for Julian by getting in contact with their local member of parliament.