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As you may know, Omar Khadr, Canada’s most notorious terrorist, who now resides in Guantanamo, is due to be back in Canada. Nobody knows when exactly, because despite the harsh sentence he was handed, he will be out much earlier.
A true son of his militant Islamic family, he took part in their terrorist activities during which his father was killed, his brothers wounded (and taken care of on the taxpayers’ dime). His mother and sisters are still in Canada mooching off the same taxpayers.
Omar himself killed an American soldier, the medic Sgt. Speer in the early stage of the war against terrorism in Afghanistan. During the same war, so far 158 Canadian soldiers have fallen – all killed by the Islamic terrorists. Most of them were murdered by explosive devises made by Muslim militants, the same that Khadr himself assembled with such dedication and care.
If it weren’t for the repulsive Khadr clan and their Islamic friends, all of those soldiers would’ve been alive today. Think of that – those were 159 people with families, dreams, friends, and plans for the future, went to that godforsaken country to help bring it back to normality.
Those 159 lost lives are the 159 reasons to keep people like Khadr the murderer out of Canada. What is the point of sacrificing the bravest Canadians to stop terrorism abroad, if we welcome terrorists in Canada with open arms thanks to deluded politicians and hysterical leftists?
Disappointed with the indifference about this issue, Shobie Kapoor, a Scarborough (Toronto) resident, started an online petition against the return of Omar Khadr in April. Her initiative got the attention of Tom Godfrey of the Toronto Sun and Sun News Network. Her personal concern was about the safety of the people who live in Scarborough, once the unrepentant terrorist Omar Khadr returns to his family home. Her other point was that if he did return, he should be tried for treason.
Thanks to the publicity, her cause brought onboard more concerned people to create a true grassroots movement – the Canadian Patriotic Society – over the last 2 months, which planned 4 community meetings for the 18th of July. The Facebook Page of the group is: Canadian Patriots Unite Against Terrorist Omar Khadr.
Here is the information about those events:
As stated in the poster above, the TORONTO EVENT will take place on July 18th at Canada Christian College, 50 Gervais Drive (near Don Mills & Eglinton), Toronto, ON, M3C 1Z3. Three prominent speakers will appear at the event: Tarek Fatah, Majed El Shafie, and Meir Weinstein.
If you haven’t yet registered for the Toronto event, please do so before seats run out. If you are bringing guests, the organizers will need their full names as well. You will be offered to sign a formal, written petition available at the meeting asking for Khadr to be tried for treason (address ID required). Shobie Kapoor will be on The Arena with Michael Coren, Sun News Network, on July 17th to discuss the grassroots day of action.
If you need more information, please contact Shobie Kapoor at: email@example.com
The MONTREAL EVENT is scheduled for July 18th with speaker Marc Lebuis. It will take place on Phillips Square. This is an outdoors rally organized by Act! for Canada. For more information please contact Ber Lazarus at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The EDMONTON EVENT, also scheduled for July 18th, named “Stop Khadr Rally”, will take place at Edmonton Law Court Plaza. The contact for this event is Sharon Maclise, with an e-mail address: StopKhadrEdmonton@gmail.com
The MISSION/ABBOTSFORD, B.C. EVENT (there is no poster yet) is also on July 18th, at Legacy Banquet Hall, Abbotsord, B.C. For more information please contact Lee Hanlon at: email@example.com
Lee Hanlon is a 17 year ResF vet, a criminologist, security professional, victims’ rights advocate, and law student. He is organizing a meeting in July in Mission/Abbotsford, B.C. to discuss Khadr’s background and role as a terrorist, the psychological profile of Khadr, the laws of Canada regarding treason and international transfer of offenders, how long he could be in custody (based on the Canadian Correctional policies) if transferred back to Canada, and the potential danger to national security and public safety upon his release.
Please spread the word about these events – we, as Canadians, are responsible to keep our country safe and free from Islamic terrorist infestation.
If you don’t know enough about the Omar Khard case, please read the document below. It has been prepared by the organizers of the events and it provides just the bare facts about why he is still dangerous (please click on the image to enlarge it).