Canada Apologizes Then Pays Muslim Terrorist $10 Million, After He Murdered US Soldier

Talk about an insult to the United States. In 2002, a 15-year-old Muslim, born in Toronto, was in Afghanistan, where was involved in terrorist activities and war crimes, including the murder a US soldier. The terrorist pled guilty to five war crimes and then turned around sued the Canadian government for violating his rights. Reports have surfaced saying that Canada has negotiated a settlement for over $10 million plus they have agreed to give the terrorist an apology.

A Toronto-born Muslim is set to receive an apology from Canada’s justice and public safety ministers plus pay him more than $10,000,000.00 after he pled guilty to five war crimes, including killing an American soldier.

Omar Khadr, 30, pleaded guilty to five war crimes before a military commission in 2010.  The allegations against him occurred in 2002 in Afghanistan when he was just 15 years old.

Khadr decided to sue the federal government of Canada for $20 million for “breaching his rights.”

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Apparently, a settlement was reached last Wednesday, though Khadr’s attorneys would not comment on it, but Canadian President Justin Trudeau seemed to hint that a settlement was reached on Tuesday while he was in Dublin, Ireland…

Once the Canadian-born Muslim terrorist committed his terrorist war crimes, he should have given up all of his rights and deserve the death sentence. However, Canada has become so liberal that even a murdering self-professed terrorist can sue the government and win a multi-million-dollar settlement and get an apology. The family of the US soldier he murdered should sue the terrorist for every Canadian penny he’s receiving from the Canadian government and then the US should issue a warrant for his arrest.




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