Convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is going back to court this week to ask to have some of his bail conditions lessened and others revoked.
Khadr will be asking the court for more freedom to move around Canada.
He also wants to have unrestricted internet access and unfettered, unmonitored contact with his older sister, Zaynab Khadr.
Zaynab Khadr is no peach. Her terrorist family has been using her slew of marriages to secure their place in Al Qaeda, the same way royal families used to use nuptials to strengthen ties to the throne. She’s been married four times to at least two terrorists. Osama Bin Laden was among the well wishers at her second wedding.
Sometime in between all these blessed unions, she found time to become the target of an RCMP investigation for terror-related activities.
In 2004, Zaynab and her mother, Maha, sat down with PBS Frontline. When asked about her brother killing SFC Christopher Speer, Zaynab said:
“I'd like to know what they expected him to do? Come out with his hands in the air? I mean it's war. They're shooting at him. Why can't he shoot at you if you killed three? Why can't he kill one? Why does nobody say you killed three of his friends? Why does everybody say you killed an American Soldier? Big deal.”
And now he wants unfettered access to someone who was close to Bin Laden and who still considers herself part of an Al-Qaeda financier family.
What could possibly go wrong?