Is it fair to reward killing an ally?
Quoting Azeezah Kanji, a legal analyst commenting in this piece:
“Khadr was charged as a war criminal for allegedly killing an American soldier (Speer) — but killing an enemy soldier in combat is not a war crime.”
Sounds like she tries to explain and convince us about the justice behind the millions given to Khadr, but she recognizes Khadr killed “an enemy soldier in combat.” On whose side was Khadr fighting? As a “Canadian” joining a terrorist organization in the Middle East, fighting and killing U.S. troops, our allies and members of the coalition. Shouldn’t it be considered as treason?
Is it fair to reward this kind of actions? Apparently for Ms. Kanji it is. Carlos Somocurcio, Waterdown