No offence taken.Yes the website states that, but it also dosent mention the only citizenship he has is Canadian, and as much as I hate what he has done, he had little control of his family taking him to Afghanistan.
I agree that the fighting against your own country is unacceptable and should not be forgiven, and he definetly needs to be held accountable, as is why I'm glad he still has time to serve.
However (to me) that does not explain why Canada a democratic nation would deny a citizen a right to return. The rest of the world has been looking to Canada's charter of rights and freedoms, http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/...r-30-intl.html shall we now just throw them away since they're now an inconvenience?
this is the same charter cited in the http://www.cbc.ca/news/pdf/bedford-ruling.pdf
Also we allowed his mother, his 2 sisters and 3 brothers back, is this last one so dangerous compared to the others? now I'm not trying to justify him but I would much rather have him in Canada than the US. This is one example--> http://www.mediacoop.ca/story/“you-dont-truth”/6824
He would also be on a no fly list preventing him from flying in/out of the country, as well as he would most likly be denied a passport as some of his siblings have. Also far easier to find him if he's in Canada with an eye being kept on him, rather than some unknown cave in some other country(also easier to track everything he does).
I apologize if I was offensive in any way that was not my intention. My intention was to point out how absurd and disrespectful those type of labels are to an individual, or groups of individuals. When each and every person should always be considered on their own merits.
Your right, I see your point.