July 18, 2016

First man charged under Canada’s anti-terror laws now wants parole — and a girlfriend! SEE his online profile

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Momin Khawaja was the first person charged under Canada's anti-terrorism laws in 2004. Now he has a profile on a prison matchmaking website.

On the site, he calls the terrorist organizations he was loyal to "anti-war" groups, and skips over his part in building explosives that would have killed hundreds if he hadn't been caught.

Khawaja also wants to get out on day parole.

The truth is, he is still a dangerous man and shouldn't be allowed out on our streets.

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commented 2016-07-18 23:55:24 -0400
Great thought JOHN ROB. That way Lizzy could go straight to halal, I mean hell.

To DEB G. and MARTY A. You can add my name to your kind sentiments and thoughts toward the Harper family and Stephen Harper for his thoughtful common sense governance. A leader of strength and conviction.
I believe if it weren’t for the msm, and the traitorous cbc in particular, Stephen Harper would be in power today. I wish he would have completely cut all funding to that band of liberal demons.

Did weasel Khadr get a stipend $$$$$$ when he was cut loose or is JT going to hand him a brown bag of cash as in some other liberal “business” dealings. Is rewarding the criminals the law now??

DJBT , STPC and the 2 witches
commented 2016-07-18 19:59:53 -0400
DEBORAH GRAUPNER commented: “John Rob – that was perfect! I’m sure we’ll hear from Dizzy May very soon, as she defends the indefensible actions of another terrorist”

With or without a snoot full of booze one wonders?
commented 2016-07-18 19:43:05 -0400
DEBORAH GRAUPNER it’s nice to hear and see others respect this man called Harper, that brought Canada so far into being the type of country we Canadians are so proud of.
I always respected Mr. Harper, do now and always will. Did he make mistakes, sure he did. Did he do things I did not agree with, sure he did. But no other politician ever garnered the respect that this man did and still does.
By the end of the last election Mr. Harper must have been extremely hurt and disappointed with the results, after all he had fought for and accomplished under very trying conditions. His Ministry was not a walk in the park by a long shot, after all for quite a long while he had to endure the BS of not only the Liberals but the NPD, who fought him at every turn.
I wish him and his lovely wife the very best in the years to come, I sure miss him as my PM.
commented 2016-07-18 18:43:11 -0400
John Rob – that was perfect! I’m sure we’ll hear from Dizzy May very soon, as she defends the indefensible actions of another terrorist, since she has been bought and paid for by the low brow liberal party of evil.
commented 2016-07-18 18:32:28 -0400
Isn’t Elizabeth May single?
commented 2016-07-18 18:28:07 -0400
My big (and I mean BIG) question is: How does a convicted terrorist get access to the Internet?

This is what happens when idiots are left in charge.
commented 2016-07-18 18:17:42 -0400
Marty Ashfield – I was driving on the QE2 south to Calgary today, and near Penhold, AB, there was a flashing billboard thanking PM Harper for 10-years of solid governance. I was so proud of my fellow Albertans when I read that! It made my day to see and feel the pride in what PM Harper did for Canadians! I wish I could thank him in person, but in case I never meet him personally, I feel satisfied to know that others are trying to reach out to him in other ways, to convey our thanks and respect for him and his government, since the MSM have zero class!
commented 2016-07-18 16:08:36 -0400
Nothing would surprise me from the liberal justice system. It is why we are hearing increased gun play and stabbings on our streets.
commented 2016-07-18 15:59:05 -0400
Let him serve out the rest of his Sentence in solitary confinement. When he is finally released, deport him.

These Muslims must see Canada as a strong and firm Country, as it is now, they think they can walk all over us and as long as we have Justin Trudeau as a PM, they are correct.
commented 2016-07-18 15:00:18 -0400
All of the posters here are of course right on the money in their assessment of this POS. However, it amazes me that more than one person ( I counted 8 people that posted) can come to essentially the same conclusion about this POS and yet we all know that the Liberals headed up by that very smart pm who is going to rethink space and time, and all of the so called learned judges that know much more about all things than you and I, will end up giving this guy a fee pass out of jail and set him up so that he can go back to what he was doing before our mean conservative government put him away.
The pm that knows all about quantum computers will overturn the conviction because it was the Harper government that essentially caught this guy and had him convicted, and the camp counselor is hell bent on reversing everything that Mr. Harper accomplished.
So, expect to see this POS running around free as a bird and the CBC singing his praises.
commented 2016-07-18 14:04:12 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,354, Attacks, 199,123 Killed, 279,549 Injured.
commented 2016-07-18 13:52:36 -0400
Why does the Canadian establishment not follow the rules.
If this guy is a foreigner, if he has committed a crime or was planning to commit a crime, he should be deported. End of story.
But, we have human rights, right. So sine he was potentially planning on removing some peoples’ human rights, he should be made to surrender his human rights.

commented 2016-07-18 13:49:25 -0400
I’m sure any of the young things picked for the federal cabinet due to their looks pleasing Baby Doc will fall for Momin’s lines and date him. Monsef even is of the religion.

Next, Momin will sue Canada for incarcerating him, which will be upheld by the Supreme Court because his religious belief to maim and murder were not considered when he was convicted; and a tolerant society must be accepting of various religious beliefs.
commented 2016-07-18 13:41:36 -0400
Justin will invite him to Sussex Drive for dinner (strictly halal), CBC will do a freedom fighter documentary on him, Mclean’s will put his photo on its cover as a hero, the Anglican Church of Canada will declare him a saint and near martyr, the Toronto Star will do a front page celebration of his release from the evil racist Canadian penal system, at least one “Canadian” lawyer will masturbate with joy, Momin Khawaja will join his new buddy Omar Khadr to celebrate with victories with laughter at the suckers of multicultyuralist lefty-liberal Canada . Allah is great! Allahu Akbar!
commented 2016-07-18 13:35:38 -0400
First man charged under Canada’s anti-terror laws now wants parole — and a girlfriend!

I think he wants a goat – girlfriend is muhammed code for goat.
commented 2016-07-18 13:26:50 -0400
Remember what Canada did for Omar Khadr. It wouldn’t be fair if we didn’t give this guy a free ride too. I’m surprised what’s his name hasn’t offered to sponsor Momin Khawaja in his home in Edmonton too. I’m sure his wife is feeling some empty nest syndrome since Omar left. Where is our little terrorist these days anyway? I still can’t believe the Supreme court got away with the final say on putting a convicted murderer and terrorist back on the streets.
commented 2016-07-18 13:24:27 -0400
Justin loves him – he will walk.
commented 2016-07-18 13:23:45 -0400
The big dummy , all he has to do is write a letter to the pm INCDOOGE imam