Let me know if I am understanding this correctly. Political corretness aside.
The Taliban and Al Queda, brutally blindfold and slice people's throats open on television. And those are the lucky ones as there are countless examples of people being brutally tortured from these people.
Brave Canadian soldiers capture these people, treat them humanly and then hand them over to the government of Afghanistan. Then all of a sudden, "our" soldiers are being accused of torturing prisoners.
Am I the only one that finds this ludicrous?
Who are we to tell the government of Afganistan how to treat their prisoners?
What are we suppposed to do? Bypass the authority of Afghanistan and build our own Canadian prisons within Afghanistan?
As usual, there are many that love to point out problems, but never come up with any solutions.