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Scarborough man ran terror camp: papers

Abdullah Khadr at large: Brothers were caught in Afghanistan, father is wanted for aiding Osama bin Laden. The federal government released secret intelligence documents yesterday revealing that an al-Qaeda training camp in eastern Afghanistan was under the command of a Scarborough man whose two brothers are captives in the war on terrorism. Abdullah Khadr, 22, is described in a Privy Council Office intelligence report as a suspected al-Qaeda member who is thought to have “commanded an extremist training camp in Lowgar Province in Afghanistan.” He is the fourth member of the Khadr family to come to the attention of Canadian anti-terrorism officials. His younger brothers — Abdulrahman, 20, and Omar, 16 — were the first Canadians to be captured in Afghanistan after Sept. 11. Full Story

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