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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday May 21, 2015

It’s legal trouble and potential legal trouble on this week’s Open Sources Guelph. Not against us (hopefully), but the defendants include a colourful cabaret of characters including the City of Hamilton, nearly a dozen misguided Montreal teens and perennial defendant Omar Khadr. 466 more words

Show Notes

Terrorist returned

Re: Dangerous bias, by Mohammed Bessadok, May 15.

In your letter regarding Omar Khadr, you profess a disdain for our federal government for trying to keep Mr. 165 more words

Letters

Letters: Using life, freedom for political purposes; and other topics

Using life, freedom for political purposes

Re: Court rejects bid to treat Khadr as adult, May 15.

The most disturbing aspect of the federal government’s attitude with respect to Omar Khadr is that members of the federal cabinet are obviously prepared to use the life and freedom of a citizen for political purposes. 1,974 more words

Letters

Khadr’s release is bittersweet for Canada’s Muslims: Sheema Khan

Sheema Khan, in an uncharacteristically harsh judgement of the Government, makes the point about the need for a more inclusive approach:

The release of Mr. Khadr is bittersweet for Canadian Muslims.

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Multiculturalism

Widow and ex-soldier injured in Afghanistan move for final judgment on $134M suit against Omar Khadr

TORONTO — The widow of an American special forces soldier killed in Afghanistan and another soldier partially blinded by a hand grenade have moved to finalize a default civil-suit judgment against former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr. 478 more words

News

Widow, ex-soldier move for final judgment on $134M suit against Omar Khadr

TORONTO – The widow of an American special forces soldier killed in Afghanistan and another soldier partially blinded by a hand grenade have moved to finalize a default civil-suit judgment against former Guantanamo Bay prisoner… 508 more words

News

Order sought in $134M suit against Omar Khadr

TORONTO – The widow of an American special forces soldier killed in Afghanistan and another soldier partially blinded by a hand grenade have moved to finalize a default civil-suit judgment against former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr. 462 more words

Canada