Khadr’s war crimes appeal could hinge on bin Laden propagandist’s case

As the wrongful death case against Omar Khadr winds its way through the Ontario courts, his legal battle in the U.S. to quash his war crime convictions remains on hold, pending the outcome of a case involving a former personal assistant to Osama bin Laden.

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  • Gary

    It now makes sense for why Justin gave Omar $10.5 million. I didn’t know that Omar had a team of treasonous Lawyers in the USA that have to get paid.

    This is starting to look like a Nidal Hasan case where people supported him and feared being called a racist from his ties to being jihad friendly if they spoke up and saw CAIR go after them as anti-muslims bigots.
    Since Omar majored in making IED’s. I won’t be shocked when remote bombs go off in the TTC subway tunnels and on a bus because the Diversity policy to hire non-citizens is part of the TTC HR system and the Police.
    I’ve seen Hijab wearing bus drivers and saw the video of that jew-hating muslim at the TTC that went on a rant after he was at the Al-Quds rally.
    The TTC is now installing WiFi so Omar can use a Phone as the trigger so he’s far away with an alibi at a Liberal MP’s office that would back him anyway as a terrorist . Or he just gets a Niqab wearing person to leave a backpack under the seat and get off the Subway car to phone Khadr as the signal to call the IED to blow up.

    Get used to having to wait until muslims slaughter us via jihad… they have the Liberals , Courts , Police and Barbara Hall on their side to tell us the 99.99% of the muslims are peaceful and the real crisis is islamophobia and backlash after every slaughter.

  • Alain

    “A wrongful death case”? Every time I think these people cannot get more disgusting they prove me wrong.

  • Jaedo Drax

    The laws of war state that to be considered a lawful combatant you must meet the following conditions:

    that of being commanded by a person responsible for his subordinates;
    that of having a fixed distinctive sign recognizable at a distance;
    that of carrying arms openly;
    that of conducting their operations in accordance with the laws and customs of war.

    Based upon the information that Khadr agreed was true, and swore to: he violated #2, #3, and #4. I do not believe that the person commanding him is identified.

    Further, when people claim he was a “child” soldier, the geneva conventions clearly state that a person of less than 15 years of age qualifies for that distinction. He was 15 years of age during the battle that resulted in his injury and capture. The soldier portion is negated by not having a fixed distinctive sign recognizable at a distance, and failing to carry arms openly. Further, he does not appear to be a citizen of afganistan, and his membership in ALQaeda presents another difficulty, as they may not be a recognized party to the conflict; if they received pay or benefit from the Taliban, then they may be considered a mercenary force, which also negates the possibility of status under GC3.