DI MUCCIO: None of Khadr’s conspiracy allegations were proven in court, of course, because the Trudeau government sidestepped the public process and defied the rule of law
MCGARVEY: The child soldier argument may support Khadr’s repatriation, but whether the Liberal’s decision to pay him $10.5 million is politically wise remains to be seen
TAUBE: As many Canadians struggle on public assistance,. imagine how they feel as confessed terrorist Omar Khadr gets $10.5 million from the Trudeau government
MACFADYEN: How many dead U.S. soldiers would it take before the Liberal government would balk at lining the pockets of the man who killed them? What if they were Canadian?
MICALLEF: What’s troubling is the abrupt manner in which the Trump administration reversed policy on Syria. Assad’s barbarism is not exactly news