04 December 2007

No Suspect Left Behind

Apparently David Miller and the city of Toronto have charged into the trenches of the war on terror.

-- TORONTO -- Mahmoud Jaballah has been banned from unsupervised communications with the outside world for nearly a decade, ever since he was accused of relaying messages for al-Qaeda before the deadly 1998 African embassy bombings.
They just might want to reconsider which side they're on.
But last month, in a breach of the Egyptian's bail conditions, a City of Toronto program for needy families installed a new high-speed Internet connection in his home.

In late August, high-school student Afnan Essayyid, one of Mr. Jaballah's six children, qualified for the City of Toronto's Kids@Computers scholarship program, which gives free Internet connections to families on welfare.
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RELATED: But Mahmoud needs his DSL
-- RIYADH, Dec 4 (Reuters) -- There are now about 5,600 Web sites spreading al Qaeda's ideology worldwide, and 900 more are appearing each year, a Saudi researcher told a national security conference on Tuesday.

"The real battle with al Qaeda is no longer on the ground, but rather a media battle, and it is a real threat to national security," Faram told Reuters. "For al Qaeda media coverage is more important than the actual operations," he said.
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FROM THE COMMENTS:
Jaballah's son Ahmed was one of the people behind the hoohah at the U of T Scarborough campus halal food issue.
Yeah... I remember that one.

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LAST WORD: Meanwhile, over at Leftbot Central...

The socialist McGuinty government is policing people's Christmas gifts.
-- SARNIA -- Political correctness has been taken to an absurd level by the people who decide what can and can't go on Ontario's personalized licence plates, a Sarnia woman says.

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4 comments:

sanwin said...

Jaballah's son Ahmed was one of the people behind the hoohah at the UFT Scarborough campus halal food issue.

http://kafircanada.blogspot.com/2007_10_01_archive.html

Anonymous said...

So, he was in jail from 1997 to 2007? BEFORE 9/11?

Let's see, just who was running Canada in 1997....

I always love it when the gLiberals get a free pass.

Neo Conservative said...

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"a City of Toronto program for needy families installed a new high-speed Internet connection in his home."

i wonder how toronto taxpayers, in light of mayor miller's recent tax initiatives, feel about picking up the tab for, not only the jaballah family's welfare payout, but their hi-speed internet connection.

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Anonymous said...

Free hi-speed for a welfare case who might be plotting to kill us - thanks Mayor Moron! Can I have a tax increase now? Please!

A$$holes...