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Not a Canadian, neither are his family.

Reader comment on item: [The Khadrs:] Canada's First Family of Terrorism

Submitted by P.C (Canada), Mar 25, 2008 at 09:44

Deport this bunch of free-loaders. Thankfully the U.S. already has one, let's arrest all of the family and deport them to whatever hell-hole they came from. These people are not Canadians, they are traitors and thus must be treated as such. They give a bad name to other immigrants who come to this country in search of a better life and adhere to the responsibilities that come with their new citizenship.

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