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Are we siding with the terrorists now?

Reader comment on item: [The Khadrs:] Canada's First Family of Terrorism
in response to reader comment: Omar might be innocent.

Submitted by Kelly (Canada), Aug 9, 2010 at 18:57

The only terrorist in the family is dead? Give them a break? You need a break ... You actually wish to DEFEND a pathetic family who are, yes, TERRORISTS? ... The wife was (is) a terrorist, as are the rest of these pathetic ... That ... lives in OUR country, hates Canada, and we feel bad for her?

What on earth are some of you ... thinking?

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