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More Khadr

Last blog I suggested we might need a more balanced look at the Omar Khadr file. I expected to get some negative feedback, and I certainly did. Why did I use a picture of a teenage Khadr? Because he was a teenager when the incident happened. And another: He wasn’t a child soldier under international […]

Regarding Omar Khadr

I realize that I have a gift for occasionally making everybody mad, and this may be one of those occasions. As I’ve been able to uncover them, here are the facts. Omar Khadr’s parents were both born elsewhere, his father in Egypt. They met and married in Canada and the children, including Omar, were born […]

Does It Look Like a War?

Justin Trudeau says that whatever sort of conflict we are in with ISIS, it’s not really a war; it’s just a fight. Now I know that Justin isn’t a lawyer, but he has obviously spent too much time around people who fiddle with semantics to obscure the truth. Justin Trudeau and Stephane Dion both say […]