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Why does Obama Release Omar Khadr, an Islamic Psycho Killer?

Ezra Levant, excoriates Obama for giving a sweetheart plea deal to confessed Gitmo Killer

Omar Khadr admits to being a murderer, a terrorist, a spy and an al-Qaida member in a U.S. war crimes court, also confessing he was motivated to kill Americans and Jews.

TORONTO SUN Reportedly, Khadr has struck a plea bargain with the Obama administration for an eight-year prison term — one year in U.S. jails; the rest in Canada. But anyone who knows Canada’s liberal parole laws knows he’ll get out immediately. Our “statutory release” policy requires offenders serve the final third of their sentence “in the community.” But Khadr won’t stay in even that long. (Barenaked)

Coddled Khadr

He’s an admitted murderer but he’s treated with kid gloves here

by Ezra Levant

It’s all true. Omar Khadr admits to being a murderer, a terrorist, a spy and an al-Qaida member.

(In fact, his whole parasitic family are confessed Islamic terrorists and proud of it)

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Gaza: The Islamic Hamas movement on Thursday said it cannot confirm or deny if the captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is still alive

Its da Joozzz fault, as always. Da Jooozz killed him!

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Obviously, Gilat Shalit never had a chance. He was most likely tortured to death shortly after being captured. One can only hope now that the Nethanyahu government doesn’t fall into the same trap as last time and exchanges live terrorists against the remains of Gilat.

GAZA, June 25 (Xinhua) — The Islamic Hamas movement on Thursday said it cannot confirm or deny if the captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is still alive.

    “The crazy war on the Gaza Strip wiped out everything so we don’t know if Shalit is still alive or if he has died,” Osama al-Muzini, a Hamas official authorized to speak on this issue, told Xinhua, referring to a 22-day Israeli offensive against the Hamas-controlled territory in January.

    Al-Muzini, however, said Israel has to go ahead with talks to exchange Shalit for a number of Arab prisoners “whether the soldier was dead or alive.”

    “The Zionist enemy has to pursue negotiations without any signal confirming or denying this argument,” al-Muzini added.

Not.

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British High Court Worries More About Safety of Muslim Criminals than the British People

The Opinonator

It gets better by the day: the UK justiciary aids and abets criminal Moslems!

Chalk up another ludicrous ruling by Britain’s High Court into the “you couldn’t make this up” category.

Just yesterday The Royal Courts of Justice ruled that :

“A judge ruled that the ‘undesirable’ immigrant, who ’embarked on a criminal career’ in the UK and still poses a threat of further offending, must be freed from detention………Daq, an alcoholic and drug addict, committed 18 offences between 1998 and 2004, using 13 aliases. They included robbery, assault and burglary. The High Court was told Ahmed Daq, 32, must be released on bail because the Home Office has already held him for three years to facilitate his removal from the UK but there is still no prospect of deportation. “

Now it’s not like this thug has been a model prisoner:

“Over the past three years, he has been repeatedly in trouble for violent outbursts against other inmates, and detectives fear he will be a menace on the streets.”

Yet once again the simpering, politically correct, British Courts are worried more about crooks then the British men, women and children.

“His [Daq] latest appeal hearing has been delayed as the legal debate continues over whether it is safe to return criminals and failed asylum seekers to the violent and war-torn east African state.”

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US taxpayers fund former Gitmo inmates in Bermuda paradise

Before Breakfast:

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Riding roughshod over our ally, and for what? As Jed Babbin explains here, “reviewing the Uighurs detention, the inter-agency panel found that they weren’t the ignorant, innocent goatherds the White House believed them to be. The committee determined they were too dangerous to release because they were members of the ETIM terrorist group, the ‘East Turkistan Islamic Movement,’ and because their presence at the al-Qaeda training camp was no accident. There is now no ETIM terrorist cell in the United States: there will be one if these Uighurs are released into the United States.”

Instead, that cell is in Bermuda, soaking up the rays, on the American taxpayer’s dime.

“Life in paradise as Guantanamo Four take a dip, eat ice cream, and plan first Uighur restaurant in British territory of Bermuda,” from the Daily Mail, June 15 (thanks to Pamela) & JW:

They look like ordinary tourists as they stroll along the seafront on the British territory of Bermuda, but these four men are far from regular sunseekers for they have spent the last seven years locked up in Guantanamo Bay.

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How to establish Islam in Pacific Island Nations

Obama Resettling Four Gitmo Detainees to Bermuda…

To hell in a hand-basket: Muslim POTUS Hussein Obama aids and abets the global Jihad in  Pacific Island nations

H/T Weasel Zippers

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This is on top of the detainees that will be released into another prime tourist destination, Palau. Keep in mind all the Uighurs in Gitmo have acknowledged their connections to high-ranking al-Qaeda leaders like Abdul Haq and Hassan Mahsum while they trained in Afghanistan prior to 9/11……

The Justice Department Thursday morning announced that four of the 17 Uighur detainees held at Guantanamo Bay have been resettled in Bermuda.

Abdul Nasser — speaking for himself as well as Huzaifa Parhat, Abdul Semet, and Jalal Jalaladin — thanked the Bermudan government and people in a statement released by his attorneys. 

“Growing up under Communism,” Nasser said, “we always dreamed of living in peace and working in free society like this one. Today you have let freedom ring.”

The Obama administration put out some seemingly mixed messages on the Uighur transfer, saying that their release to Bermuda would make the US safer, while insisting the government would guard against their travel to the US.

An Obama administration source told ABC News that “the Uighurs will not be able to travel to the United States unless the U.S. government consents in advance.”

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Four Gitmo detainees settled in Bermuda

One of them, Abdul Nasser (“Slave of the Victorious One”) commends the decision: “Today you have let freedom ring.” “Four Chinese Muslims Released From Guantanamo,” from the Wall Street Journal,

Andrew Bolt – Howard’s Pacific Solution was cheaper

The Wall Street Journal on the price the US paid Palau to take Guantanamo detainees nobody else wants:

MONTHS of moral grandstanding and intense diplomacy are finally yielding dividends: (Barack) Obama has convinced Palau to resettle a small group of the least dangerous Guantanamo detainees. All it took was $200 million in foreign aid to a country with 20,000 residents and a GDP of about $164m. The Uighurs are not America’s problem alone; they were captured during “the good war”, after all. Yet for all Europe’s excoriations of Gitmo as a blight on America, no one jumped at this easy chance to reduce the prison population. According to news reports, the Obama administration asked more than 100 allies (ie, basically everyone) to accept custody. Palau deserves credit for its “humanitarian gesture”, as Palau President Johnson Toribiong called it, though the $200m in aid probably helped. That works out to $11.7m for each detainee.

Connie Levett, in The Sydney Morning Herald in 2007 on the price John Howard paid to send other unwanted guests to Pacific islands – and Christmas, too:

THE federal government’s Pacific solution has cost more than $1 billion over five years, according to a new report. The report, prepared by Oxfam and A Just Australia, which oppose the offshore-processing scheme, calculated it cost more than $500,000 (a) person to process fewer than 1700 asylum seekers in Nauru, Manus and Christmas Island.