Monthly Archives: September 2012

TorSun – Students, staff at Edmonton university would welcome Khadr

EDMONTON – Some students at King’s University College in Edmonton are willing to offer convicted terrorist Omar Khadr a second chance now that he’s back in Canada.


A hero to radicals

Tarek Fatah joins Brian Dunstan to discuss Omar Khadr being back in Canada. Mr. Fatah is a brave man to speak “truth to power” within his own community and I am so proud he is Canadian.


Raheel Raza responds to Muslims in Toronto calling for the hanging of the creator of the “anti-Islam” film spurring violence in the Middle East.

Clips of Salmon Rushdie who also opposes the Muslim “Days of Rage” over this ridiculous  obscure film “Innocence of Muslims” – he calls them “manufactured outrage” who will select whatever topic they wish.   Ms Raheel Raza mentions a new website dedicated to helping Muslims modernize their views for the 21st Century.

Obama to release 55 Gitmo inmates!

Incredible!  Most will be transferred to Yemeni custody.

“The ACLU has praised the releases as “a partial victory for transparency.”

Proves the ACLU has gone completely off it’s rocker for praising this “inversion” of common-sense justice.

Edmonton Terrorist suspect uses torture “gambit” in preliminary Extradition Hearing

Terrorism suspect ‘Isa faces extradition hearing in Edmonton

Sept 24 EDMONTON – An extradition hearing is scheduled for Monday for terrorism suspect Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa, who was arrested at his Edmonton apartment nearly two years ago on charges he helped kill five U.S. soldiers in a 2009 suicide-bomb attack in Iraq.

“I believe that the allegations against me are based on statements from individuals who have been tortured,”  said ‘Isa, an Iraqi-Canadian.   His lawyer Bob Aloneissi argued, Canadian values should prevent that evidence from being admissible against his client.

Edmonton Court of Queen’s Justice Adam Germain concluded that most of ‘Isa’s claims were hearsay.  Germain also noted much of the evidence that will be used in ‘Isa’s extradition hearing comes directly from him, either through his computer or wiretaps on his phone during the investigation against him.

Taking a lead from Khadr in using the “torture gambit”?

Terrorist Behind US Libyan Ambassador Murder released from Gitmo in 2007

Breitbart has reported that the supposed “mastermind” behind the well-planned military attack on the U.S Embassy in Bengazi Libya on Sept 11, 2012 which ended in the murder of it’s desperately poorly-secured Ambassador – Mr. Christopher Stevens – had been a guest of Gitmo.   Despite being a “medium-to-high risk” – Mr. Sufyan Ben Qumu – was handed over by the Bush Administration into the hands of the Gadaffi regime – but released into the general population in 2008 as an act of generosity.

It is interesting to read in this April 2011 New York Times article – that the leader of the soon-to-be victorious Libyan rebels forces Mr. Abdul-Hakim al-Hasadi said:

“I don’t know how to convince everyone that we are not Al Qaeda here.”

Western observers added at the time,  “We are more worried about Al Qaeda infiltration from outside than the indigenous ones.  Most of them have a local agenda so they don’t present as much as a threat to the West.”

Huh – how about that?


Jerry Agar makes the case that obscure, amateur YouTube video’s are NOT the reason for worldwide Islamic mayhem – it is the attitude of a moribund 6th Century culture. Accepting moral relativism is a tool of self-enslavement.