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I have a question to all republicans: do you stand for this?

Arar was deported to Syria from the United States where he was then tortured. Grounds? "We thought he was a terrorist". He was tortured. For a year. AND the US acted without consulting Canada in any way.

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Date:October 8th, 2006 09:17 pm (UTC)
Hello troll
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Date:October 8th, 2006 09:29 pm (UTC)
That was rude, uncalled for, and if I may: spineless.

If you dont like a discussion, topic, ect then dont reply. Your opinions about me doesnt make my topic any less serious.

btw. I never said anything rude or troll-worthy in that post. I am not screaming or accusing, im asking a question I hope to have republicans expand on: do they stand for this.
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Date:October 8th, 2006 10:48 pm (UTC)
When I originally read about this story on that site, it said that the US deported Arar because they received intelligence from the Canadian government that he was a suspected terrorist. That information is now gone from the artile that I read. I find that interesting...
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Date:October 8th, 2006 10:54 pm (UTC)
Oh it's still all over the place lol.
No the government didnt call him a terrorist, but rather said they suspected him being an islamic extreamist (not the same thing, but thats hardly the point). The US then refused to give Arar to the Canadian government because Canada would not arrest him (or rather, Canada had no grounds to arrest him, thus could not). And so he was deported.
Date:October 9th, 2006 03:34 am (UTC)
Oh Really...

Judging from your information, I would say Canada is to blame, not republicans.
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