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Britain to deport suspected terrorist Abu Qatada

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The concerns bring to mind the hubbub over former President George W. Bush's "extraordinary rendition" policy of transferring suspected terrorists to countries that don't have the robust legal protections of the US and Europe.

During the course of Mr. Bush's presidency, Canadian citizen Maher Arar became the poster child for all that was wrong with rendition after he was detained at New York's JFK Airport in 2002 and later sent to Syria where he was allegedly tortured.

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