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Published on Oct 30, 2008
Omar Khadr was 15 years old when he was shot twice in the back during the U.S. attack on the Osama bin Laden Afhanistan compound, December 2001. A Canadian citizen and son of Canadian relief worker Ahmed Said Khadr (reputed by the U.S. to be a member of 'Al Qaida'), was patched up and sent to an Afghani prison, then subsequently to Guantanamo. He's been in prison over a third of his life -- an ignominious prison both Democrat and Republican candidates for president say they will shut down after elected. While other governments have repatriated their Guantanamo-held citizens caught up in the U.S. attack on Afghanistan ('Al Qaida' and the Taliban being the designated patsies for 9/11), Khadr remains in prison. THE COMMON CAUSE MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION awarded its annual 'awesome dude award' to Omar Khadr in an effort to have the young Canadian returned to his home country. NOTE: THE WHOLE WAR ON AFGHANISTAN WAS ORCHESTRATED BY THE PSYCHOPATHS WHO WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE 9/11 FALSE FLAG OPERATION IN THE WHITE HOUSE AND ISRAEL Sudbury, Ontario Aug. 2008