Sign Petition E-1194 Condemning Trudeau’s Payment To Omar Khadr

Will it become the most signed petition in Canadian history?

A new petition sponsored by MP Pierre Poilievre is condemning Justin Trudeau’s odious $10.5 million payment to Omar Khadr.

Here’s what the petition says:

PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

Whereas:

  • The Canadian government did not force Omar Khadr to fight for the Taliban and murder a U.S. medic;
  • The Canadian government had no role in his subsequent incarceration;
  • The people of Canada owe Omar Khadr no compensation;

We, the undersigned, citizens and residents of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to condemn Prime Minister Trudeau’s $10.5 million payment to Omar Khadr.

The petition was created July 13, and is open for signature until November 10, 2017.

This petition can help send a clear message that Canadians stand firmly against the disgraceful actions of Justin Trudeau, and stand with Tabitha Speer, Layne Morris, and all who fight for justice. You can help make this the most signed petition in Canadian history by going to the petition page at the link below, and sharing news of the petition as far and wide as possible.

Petition Link

Spencer Fernando

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Jen

Stockwell Day on PNP said that ‘PMSH phoned TABITHA SPEER to apologize to her for the Ontario Court Ruling’.

Christine

Furthermore, Khadr was incarcerated as a POW. That gave him rights under the Geneva Convention Article 4.3.c of Protocol II. Those rights trumped his rights as a Canadian citizen. CANADA DID NOT SEND OMAR KHADR TO FIGHT AS A SOLDIER and I am not aware that any 15 year old is sent by our country to fight for Canada. That would be illegal. So what happened? His parents sent him to fight so should we not conclude that they were responsible?

Lara

Exactly, the mother should be stripped of her Canadian Citezenship and arrested for her involvement in raising terrorist!

Renee

ABSOLUTELY!!

Christine

I have tried several times to sign this petition from different websites and still the confirmation link is not working.

Renee

I had trouble too.. try copy pasting it into an incognito window in Google Chrome Browser, that’s how it worked for me

Patricia Marson Vaughan

Cut and paste the link into your browser. I had the same problem.

Lara

Thank you Mr. Fernando, have shared your post with everyone to get this valued information out.
Respect for all your valued posts
@Lara

Brad Bird

Please don’t pay that money. He is lucky he is not in jail.

Lara

Question: “What exactly would Omar Khadr be doing today.”
If he was not captured 2002 in Afghanistan fighting with the Taliban fighters against the US Soldiers???
Would he: be dead – still fighting with the Taliban or orchestrating recruits for the Taliban regime?
JMHO
@Lara

Albert Khavkin.

I am ashamed, that Canadian PM pay’s terrorist for killing our friends.

Yvette

My main question at this time is: WHEN did he become a Canadian??? Before or after he attacked his “allies”??? And, if he was a Canadian at the age of 15, how did he end up fighting in Afghanistan? It seems to me that some of these questions need to be made clear to the public in order to fully understand this whole mess.

L.

@Yvette
Watch all ‘US. vs Omar’ – Doc Zone on YouTube
Where your questions will all be answered

allan

That’s the cbc vs US version. another version is available here https://vimeo.com/16371280

L.

Thanks Allan

Yvette

thanks, Allan. I watched this version as well and it seems to have more details than the first one I saw but they are both from the cbc. If we can believe these videos it seems that he was tortured excessively and for a very long time and its horrible to see anyone tortured like that, no matter what they may have done, and I can feel a lot of compassion for this (then boy). But, Life being Life, should everyone who has suffered by whatever means, should be awarded a huge sum of money??? Should everyone who has suffered… Read more »

Heather Dow

Quick answer. Omar was born in Ontario. Spent very little time in Canada. I believe he was 8 or 9 when he was in Afghanistan/Pakistan. Was definitely in Pakistan pre 15 at a compound with Osama Bin Laden and in that time was trained how to fight etc by Al Qaeda ops. So were other family members. One of his brothers was against this and told his story (ending up working for the CIA). His dad was killed and another brother paralyzed fighting for BinLaden. The family partied when the planes crashed into the twin towers. Omar Khadr was building… Read more »

L.
Gabriella

Omar Khadr should be stripped of his Canadian citizenship, he fought against the Allied Forces, he fought against Canadians, Americans, people who put their lives on line to preserve democracy. He does not deserve to be a member of a democratic country. The whole world is in shock that something like this could have happened. Then why wouldn’t people like him flock to Canada? If his family, who were labeled terrorist sympathizers, is still here, they should be forced to take responsibility for the product of their education, not us, the hard-working, peace-loving people of Canada. He does not feel… Read more »

Sybil Fretz

I am ashamed to acknowledge that Justin Trudeau is Prime Minister of Canada. Surely, we deserve a man for this important job not a child with no knowledge of economics, ethics or any other criteria. It is embarrassing to hear him speak without written notes. He claims to be a champion of the middle class but he has no knowledge whatsoever of how we live.