October 2, 2011

Good Riddance to al-Awlaki

National Post, National Post

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Western history and legal precedent has long been clear: Military force is justified, even against citizens, when that citizen chooses to make war on his country, from at home or abroad. Citizenship is not an immunity card against reprisal for those who commit acts of war, or assist others in so doing, against their governments.

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TAGGED: United States, Yemen, Anwar al-Awlaki

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