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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 03

The Canadian Parvasi - Issue

www.luxurylights.ca Parvasi Media Group | Establised 2002 | www.parvasi.com | Toronto | International news weekly | July 14, 2017 | Total pages 24 INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS LIFE State Farm Providing Insurance and Financial Services Canadian Head 905-856-9999 Amandeep Bajwa, Agent Lamps LED Pendants Bathroom Lights 905-460-5000 Wall Sconces Semi-Flush Mounts 102-2260 Bovaird Dr. E Chandeliers & Accessories www.thecanadianparvasi.com Brampton, ON L6R 3J5 4220 Steeles Ave. West, A8 Woodbridge L4L 3S8 Email: amandeep@amandeepbajwa.ca Issue No : 03 Email: office@parvasi.com Toronto Edition : 905-673-0600 Fax Number : 905-673-6422 WRONG: 71 percent Canadians says Liberals should not have paid $10.5 million to Khadr The Canadian Parvasi TORONTO: Over 71 percent Canadians say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to pay $10.5 million and apologize to former child soldier Omar Khadr is wrong. Khadr, 35 now, who killed an American soldier in Afghanistan in 2002 and was later incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, sought damages for his wrongful confinement and mistreatment at Guantanamo. According to a survey by the Angus Reid Institute, more than seven-inten (71%) Canadians say the Trudeau government should never have given the compensation to Khadr. They say the government should have fought the case and left it to the courts to decide whether Khadr was • Two-thirds (65 percent) Canadians also reject the Liberal government’s argument that it had "no choice" but to pay Khadr. • Only 29 percent Canadians agreed with the Liberal government’s decision. • Over 64 percent Canadians think that Khadr still remains a “potential radicalized threat” for the country. • Only 24 percent said Khadr was treated unfairly. wrongfully imprisoned. Two-thirds (65 percent) Canadians also reject the Liberal government’s argument that it had "no choice" but to pay Khadr. Only 29 percent Canadians agreed with the Liberal government’s decision. Over 64 percent Canadians think that Khadr still remains a “potential radicalized threat” for the country. Asked whether Khadr was treated fairly or unfairly, 42 percent Canadians said they are unsure and 34 percent said he got a fair treatment. Only 24 percent said Khadr was treated unfairly. Even as the Liberals have defended the decision, the Conservatives are leaving stones unturned to corner Prime Minister Trudeau. "Make no mistake. This settlement is a choice made by Justin Trudeau,’’ said Conservative leader Andrew Scheer. Accusing Trudeau of `hiding it from Canadians’, Scheer said, ``Canadians are shocked by Justin Trudeau’s decision to give a $10.5 million dollar secret payout to the terrorist who killed US Army Sergeant Christopher Speer in Afghanistan." Scheer said the Liberals secretly rushed to make this payment so that Tabitha Speer, the widow of Sergeant Christopher Speer, would have no opportunity to have her claim heard. "Showing such contempt to a widow of a war hero who lost his life saving the lives of others on the battlefield is not just wrong…it’s disgusting. This shows such a meanspirited attitude towards the true victims in this whole ordeal,’’ the Conservative leader said. Accusing Trudeau of dodging accountability to Canadians, Scheer said, "He (Trudeau) had multiple opportunities to explain his choice in this matter. But he refused to explain himself...Justin Trudeau should have never agreed to a secret deal that gave a convicted terrorist millions of dollars. "Let’s be clear about one crucial point: The remedy to the issues that the Supreme Court ruled upon, was the repatriation of Khadr back to Canada. That was the settlement that Khadr received. "Seeking money from the Canadian taxpayer is just a sign of continuing contempt for the country that Khadr has fought against.’’ INSURANCE HOME AUTO BUSINESS COMMERICAL AUTO 7003 Steeles Ave., W., Unit 11 Etobicoke, ON Amandeep Nijjar Insurance Broker Dir: 416-838-4161 anijjar@multirisk.ca FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Balwinder Singh Sales Representative Dir: 647-273-2025 balthind72@gmail.com 31 Melanie Drive, Unit 4 Brampton, ON L6T 5H8 MAKE TO MEASURE SERVICE Fabric to Finish SINGHAR Designer Lehangha’s & Sarees’s Designer Shalwar Kameez Embroidered Unstitched Suits / Children’s Wear All Pakistani & Indian wears are available 905-452-7575 singharfashions info@singhar.ca singharfashions 124 Kennedy Rd South, Brampton, ON L6W 3G2 Sweets & Tandoori Restaurant Tel: 905-455-0666 www.friendssweets.com 860 North Park Dr., Unit #10 Brampton, ON L6S 4N5

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