Guantanamo

Last Westerner in Gitmo Released

Omar Khadr has been in Gitmo since he was 15, in 2002, and returned to Canada today

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The youngest prisoner to be held at the Guantanamo Bay detention centre has been returned to his native Canada.

Omar Khadr had been held at the US base in Cuba since 2002, after being detained in Afghanistan aged 15.

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  1. He isn’t a “westerner”. He is an Afghan who just happened to be born in Canada. Culturally and religiously he is a product of the backwards East. His family had no business being in the West and he should be sent to join the rest of his family in the Af/Pak area.

    1. I guess the American black community aren’t ‘westerners’ either. I guess they’re all a bunch of big-lipped, spearchucking Africans who just happen to be born in America. By your narrow-minded interpretation black people have no business being here either, is that what you’re saying?

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