By Ezra Levant
A arguable examine the headline-making tale of the final Western prisoner at Guantanamo Bay and the bigger implications to nationwide safety, justice, and overseas relations.
Omar Khadr is the final Western prisoner on the Guantanamo Bay detention centre. He has been held on the American naval base considering the fact that October 2002, accused of killing a U.S. sergeant in Afghanistan. Khadr used to be fifteen on the time. His defence crew argued that their customer was once a toddler soldier and will be handled as a sufferer. After numerous years of procedural wrangling, Khadr went earlier than a U.S. army court docket. In October, he pled to blame, in an contract that enables him to be transferred to Canada after one year.
This debatable new publication should be released to coincide with Omar Khadr's go back to Canada in overdue 2011. it is going to contain stunning information regarding the Khadr relatives, Khadr's mental evaluation, and his trial that has frequently been neglected within the mainstream media. demanding the normal knowledge in regards to the Khadr case, The Enemy Within is a provocative examine the definition of "child soldier," lifestyles at Guantanamo Bay, the media assurance of the case, a tainted plea discount, and the Canadian government's plan for Omar Khadr's rehabilitation upon his go back to Canada.
In this hard-hitting ebook, Ezra Levant additionally makes use of Khadr's tale to deal with higher questions about how Canadians view immigration, terrorism, legislation and justice, and Canada's courting with the U.S..