Six, seven years in Gitmo with untouchable Koran’s, halal burgers and support from a taxpayer funded army of protective shysters work wonders: the re-socialized Â head choppers Â come out all fired up and quickly climb the AQ career ladder:
Former Guantanamo inmate Said Ali al-Shihri now terror leader (The Australian)
“This boy would never do evil stuff. He is not an evil person,” she said. “He loved this country. He never had a problem with the United States.”
MIAMI [AP]â€” A suspected al-Qaida operative who lived for more than 15 years in the U.S. has become chief of the terror network’s global operations, the FBI says, marking the first time a leader so intimately familiar with American society has been placed in charge of planning attacks.Â Read more Â» (Islamization Watch)
Then, there are the bleeding hearts for the al Qaeda-Khadr clan in Canada:
On Monday, the judge hearing Omar Khadr’s murder trial in Guantanamo BayÂ ruled that Khadr’s taped confessions can be admitted at trial.
Canada’s littleÂ terrorist is as good asÂ done.
But what remains to be seen is whether the liberal media will save the myth of Omar Khadr — the myth they have painstakingly built in collusion with Khadr’s lawyers.
I predict that theÂ Khadr in the two pictures here, photographed in front of an AK-47, and then assembling IEDs to use against NATO troops in Afghanistan,Â will be locked up for a very long time:
It’s not just the special Muslim food; the Muslim call to prayer sounds five times a day at Guantanamo Bay, and arrows point to Mecca to show prisoners where to pray. Khadr knows better: He aims his prayers to Canada’s liberal press.
this Khadr, the mythical Khadr created by the CBC and the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail,Â the Khadr from aÂ junior high school photo provided to the media by his mother, will live on for a long time:
If you want more Khadr footage as he really was, I encourage you to watch the 60 MInutesÂ story on him,Â here.
Read the rest @ Ezra Levant:Â Omar Khadr threatens his guards with vengeance
Jury selection for the trial of Guantanamo’s youngest detainee, Canadian Omar Khadr, began Wednesday, with the former child combatant becoming the first to face a military tribunal under President Barack Obama.
At the start of Tuesday’s court proceedings, an official read out five charges against Khadr, including murder, espionage and material support for terrorism.
Radhika Coomaraswamy, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s special representative for children and armed conflict, slammed the trial, insisting that “children should not be tried before military tribunals”. (RFI-Islamization Watch)