in Canada, as in many quarters all over the West, Islam’s image must be protected at all costs, and that is the first and foremost priority that all authorities must pursue. The victims’ rights and well-being can go hang, as far as the authorities are concerned.You can say that again. And Farzana Hassan pretty much does so in her column in the Toronto Sun. More specifically, she is concerned that Justin Trudeau's laissez faire approach to returning Canadian ISIS fighters--Justin thinks they can be de-brainwashed--is unlikely to be effective:
As for Trudeau’s contention about rehabilitation, even his own public safety minster admits that the chances of this reintegration occurring are “remote.” In rare cases when it works, the process is complex and time-consuming. For now, meticulous surveillance is the only chance of keeping Canadians safe."Remote": that's a word I would use to describe Justin's intelligence.
Update: An adorable pair of former terror suspects have a cushy new gig in Justin's Trudeaupia. Nice work if you can get it, eh?