William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD

(occision: killing, the act of killing)

The teaching of violence in the Islamic Schools
by a disgruntled group of barbaric old fools
Continues the hatred upon the mean street
Warm human beings, now slabs of cold meat!

Ossama Bin Ladin will answer to his God
for the daily blood soaking on Arabian sod
Those suicide bombers, they blow up their own
Occision of innocents and destruction of homes

A difficult task was taken on by the U.S.
When Sadam Insane left a terrible mess
The Sunni, the Kurds, the Shi-ites and others
Continue occision of children and Mothers!


(Article in Canadian Newspaper, April 21, 2005)

Thank God for Toronto’s Children’s Aid Society – our first line of defence against terrorism.

Susan Martinuk: Raising Kids To Be Suicide Bombers Isn't Child AbuseIt alone has the will to investigate the Khadrs, Canada’s “first family of terrorism.” Not to protect our national security, but to determine whether the parents crossed the enigmatic line of child abuse by urging their children to become suicide bombers and al-Qaida operatives. Apparently, creating and disseminating terrorists isn’t Canada’s problem; fighting potential child abuse is.

Elsamnah Khadr recently returned to Canada to obtain medical attention for her son who was crippled during a raid on an al-Qaida compound. Her husband, an alleged fundraiser for al-Qaida and known in terrorist circles as al-Kanadai, the Canadian, was killed in the raid.

Her four sons are alleged to have their own connections to al-Qaida. Abdullah, 24, remains in Afghanistan where he formerly ran an al-Qaida training camp. Abdurahman, 21, concedes he was sent to terrorist camps to be a suicide bomber. He fought for the Taliban and was then sent to the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Omar, 17, is still in custody at Guantanamo on suspicion of killing a U.S. soldier. The youngest, Karim, 15, was shooting at Pakistani soldiers when he took the bullet that has now brought him and his mother back to Canada. Her daughter, Zaynab, currently aspires to death by martyrdom.

Dysfunctional? Yes. But while Dr. Laura could ably sort things out in mere minutes, it will likely take our government years to connect the clots and take action.

The Khadr family immigrated to Canada in the 1970s, but in an effort to protect their children from the materialism and perverse sexuality of our culture, they spent much of the past 20 years in Pakistan. Now that her husband has been martyred and her sons are terrorists, Mrs. Khadr has decided it’s time to reclaim her family’s Canadian citizenship, with medicare and welfare benefits.

Prime Minister Paul Martin says the family has a right to their “own views” and the right to dissent is a part of Canadian citizenship. Really? So it’s a hate crime to speak dissenting views against homosexuality, but there are no limits to publicly advocating and taking part in the abject destruction of Western civilization?

Our government continues to blindly, wilfully ignore its responsibilities to the international community (for preventing terrorism) and to Canadian citizens (to provide a secure homeland). We have provided liberty and resources to terrorists who blew up an Air India jetliner and to Ahmed Ressam, who conspired to bomb the Los Angeles airport. It is known that terrorist cell groups exist here, yet Canada steadfastly refuses to take pre-emptive actions.

The war against terrorism could last for decades; until then, success is measured by an absence of terrorist incidents. The U.S. and other governments have already taken pre-emptive action to curtail threats. The 9/11 Commission investigating intelligence cracks that contributed to 9/11 has ample evidence that the only way to prevent terrorism is to investigate every seemingly insignificant act or information that could contribute (in any way) to the culture of terrorism. Families raising children to be terrorists should fall within that category.

Encouraging children to be suicide bombers isn’t child abuse, it’s home-grown terrorism. The crime is expecting CAS to deal with it.

Susan Martinuk is a Vancouver freelance commentator: susanmartinuk@hotmail.com

Submitted for the April 2005 IWVPA Club Theme Project, “Occision