April 24, 2015

Facts about Omar Khadr that his mainstream media cheerleaders refuse to tell you

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Ezra Levant exposes facts about convicted terrorist Omar Khadr that the media party won't tell you.

Khadr was not a child soldier. He was a terrorist.

He wasn't a little lamb. He's extremely racist and sexist. Did you know what he did to a black prison guard? The media party won't tell you.

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commented 2015-04-25 11:27:08 -0400
And the media wonders why our government stalled like crazy on accepting him into our country, and they wonder why we, the population, don’t even want him…
commented 2015-04-25 08:32:00 -0400
Note to Yanks: in the future, fill the bastards up with bullets and leave ’em for the buzzards.
commented 2015-04-25 01:24:18 -0400
Here’s a look at the long legal odyssey of Canadian born Omar Khadr:

1986: Omar Khadr is born in Toronto on Sept. 19, but lives with family in Pakistan until 1995.

1995: Khadr’s father is arrested in connection with the bombing of the Egyptian embassy in Islamabad, but is freed after then-prime minister Jean Chretien raises the arrest with Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

1996: After briefly returning to Canada, the family moves to Jalalabad in Taliban-controlled eastern Afghanistan, where they live in Osama bin Laden’s compound.

1996: The Khadr brothers begin attending weapons training camps affiliated with the Taliban and bin Laden. The family makes annual trips to Canada to raise money and collect supplies.

July 27, 2002: Two Afghan government soldiers are killed and several U.S. troops sustain injuries as coalition forces move in on Khadr’s compound. Khadr throws a grenade that kills U.S. Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer. Khadr is injured in the melee.

October 2002: Khadr is transferred to Guantanamo Bay.

February 2003: Investigators from the RCMP and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) interview Khadr at Guantanamo.

March 2004: Khadr’s grandmother, Fatmah Elsamnah, launches lawsuit against the Department of Foreign Affairs, alleging Ottawa failed to protect her grandson’s rights as a Canadian. Elsamnah later launches a similar suit against U.S. authorities.

Aug. 10, 2005: A Federal Court judge says Canadian agencies, including CSIS, are violating Khadr’s Charter rights by turning information gleaned in interviews over to U.S. investigators.

Nov. 7, 2005: The U.S. military charges Khadr with conspiracy, attempted murder and aiding the enemy in connection with the deadly 2002 skirmish that killed Speer.

February 2006: A U.S. civil court orders the Khadr family to pay $102 million to Speer’s widow and a second soldier injured in the 2002 attack.

March 17, 2008: Khadr alleges that he was threatened with rape and violence by interrogators seeking to extract a confession.

May 23, 2008: The Supreme Court of Canada concludes that Canadian officials illegally shared information about Khadr with the U.S.

Aug. 14, 2009: Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal upholds ruling that requires the Canadian government to press for Omar Khadr’s return from Guantanamo Bay.

Jan. 29, 2010: Canada’s Supreme Court overturns court orders requiring the Canadian government try to repatriate Khadr, despite agreeing that Khadr’s human rights are being violated.

July 7, 2010: Khadr tries to fire his three American lawyers, including a military court-appointed military lawyer, saying he has no chance at a fair trial. A judge later refuses to allow it.

Aug. 9, 2010: Khadr officially pleads not guilty to five war crimes charges, including murder, at a pre-trial hearing. Judge Col. Patrick Parrish rules Khadr’s confessions will be admissible as evidence.

Oct. 25, 2010: Amid talk of an agreement, Khadr changes his plea to guilty on all five counts; gets opportunity to apply for a transfer to a Canadian prison after one year in a U.S. facility.

Oct. 31, 2010: Jurors sentence Khadr to 40 years in prison for war crimes but a pre-trial deal limits the actual sentence to eight years.

May 26, 2011: The Convening Authority for Military Commissions rejects a clemency appeal filed by Khadr. The prisoner had appealed to have his sentence cut in half, arguing that improper testimony swayed the jury at his sentencing hearing.

April 2012: U.S. Defence Secretary Leon Panetta signs off on Khadr’s transfer.

Sept. 29, 2012: A U.S. military airplane brings Khadr back to Canada. He is transferred to the Millhaven Institution near Kingston.

April 28, 2013: Khadr’s lawyer says he plans to appeal the terrorism convictions.

May 28, 2013: Khadr is transferred to the maximum security Edmonton Institution.

Sept. 23, 2013: An Edmonton judge hears arguments on whether Khadr is actually serving a youth sentence and should be transferred to a provincial jail.

Oct. 18, 2013: Khadr is denied a transfer to a provincial jail.

Feb. 11, 2014: Khadr’s lawyer confirms his client has been transferred out of the federal maximum security prison in Edmonton to Bowden Institution, a medium-security prison near the town of Innisfail.

May 22, 2014: Speer’s widow and an American soldier blinded by the grenade sue Khadr for close to $45 million.

July 8, 2014: Alberta’s Appeal Court grants an application that Khadr to be transferred to a provincial jail but his lawyers later consent to a stay of the ruling.

March 26, 2015: Khadr asks for bail pending outcome of his appeal in the United States of his conviction for war crimes.

April 24, 2015: Albert judge grants Khadr’s bail application.
commented 2015-04-24 23:34:09 -0400
Just turned on the sickening lamestream media (CTV) to test what their “intelligence” and “wisdom” had to say about Khadr’s bail, and had to shut it off right away and check out the truth about this terrorist. He killed an American soldier and blinded another one, and claims he was “under duress” when he pleaded guilty? Which idiot is going to believe that? Apparently, the Alberta courts. So glad the Feds are going to appeal it. Wake up, Canada!!! Another terrorist on the lose! Better keep the Conservatives in power, or else pretty boy JT and his terrorist-sympathizing attitude will allow this whole country to be blown up by one of them one day.
commented 2015-04-24 23:24:09 -0400
commented 2015-04-24 22:14:51 -0400
I hope to God you are right. I hope some lessons have been learned, and things are turning. I hope C-51 will make it easier to do the job.
" I don’t believe Arar was tortured either. He continues to “teach” at Ottawa U. where so many jihadis study including Zehaf-Bibeau and John Maguire. "
I want a way to be able to withhold the portion of my taxes going towards Universities in Canada (as if), until we stop with the jihadi prep work crap, unbelievable.
commented 2015-04-24 22:00:41 -0400
I already knew the facts Ezra detailed about Khadr but that is because I have been following Ezra since 2006 when I became aware of the trouble he got into over publishung the Muhammad cartoons in the Western Standard.

While the media will surely try to use Khadr as a propaganda tool, I don’t think our courts will aid him as they did Arar. Similar allegations as Arar about torture but this is a different time.

I read the three-volume RCMP report on Arar in the reference department of the public library and from that, I don’t believe Arar was tortured either. He continues to “teach” at Ottawa U. where so many jihadis study including Zehaf-Bibeau and John Maguire.

When asked about torture, Arar told the Canadian consular, while he accompanied him back to Canada after his release, that the worst torture he suffered in Syria was “being forced to wear ugly shoes”. But once back in Canada, after media and lawyers got hold of him, he alleged torture and took $10 million out of our pockets with the help of Julian Falconer.

Our courts know now that they made a mistake but can do nothing to change it. They won’t make the same mistake twice. Khadr is finished. All he’s good for is suicide jihad.
commented 2015-04-24 19:03:46 -0400
Murdering terrorist should be dead….show this is slime murderer the same concern for those he murdered and maimed. He should go from jail to hell with no stops in between.
commented 2015-04-24 17:37:18 -0400
Canada has become a very nice shield for scum such as this. Thank you very much human rights lawyers. Enjoy your BMW’s.
commented 2015-04-24 16:47:14 -0400
Ron I agree, but for the fact that Treason does not exist anymore, or is not recognized by our officials. When was the last time anyone was charged with treason in Canada? I do not know the answer to that and will do some research on it, but I would guess it was a very long time ago. Even the military does not charge people with treason. It was not to long ago that a Canadian armed forces person was caught selling secrets to our enemies and I believe he was convicted but there was no mention of treason.
commented 2015-04-24 15:17:12 -0400
It is insidious Ron.
I would call it treason also.
commented 2015-04-24 15:10:27 -0400
Ezra, with respect to “the media is choosing to use him as a weapon against our country” isn’t that what we used to call “treason”?
commented 2015-04-24 14:52:31 -0400
out and recruiting his ilk to do what he believes…
commented 2015-04-24 14:50:05 -0400
Keep up the heat Ezra, this is important.
commented 2015-04-24 14:17:02 -0400
Nothing that an “American Sniper” couldn’t fix.