26 January 2018

The first thing we do is...

...hang all the lawyers...heads up

A British Columbia man accused of threatening to join the so-called Islamic State and behead Canadians has fended off the RCMP’s attempts to subject him to a terrorism peace bond.

Two former roommates contacted police in 2016 and reported that Ibrahim “wanted to kill Canadian people by cutting off their heads and that he wanted to join ISIS.” He was also alleged to have mentioned joining ISIS at work.

A police search of his cell phone turned up images about ISIS activities in Syria, including “graphic pictures of beheadings and corpses, firearms, bombings and known terrorists.”
I say we ask Nathan Cirillo's mother what she thinks.


RELATED: Live and don't learn...

...a lesson from Norway...
"Reports have circulated of ethnic Norwegians banding together, vigilante-style, to patrol and protect their neighborhoods. If Groruddalen isn’t yet a full-fledged no-go zone, on the scale of Rinkeby or Rosengård, it’s pretty damn close."

LAST WORD: "A place of special concern"

137 lives were lost in terrorist attacks on the Bataclan Theater and other targets in Paris. The perpetrators were soon traced back to Molenbeek, a majority-Muslim neighborhood in Brussels.

"There is almost always a link with Molenbeek," commented Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel. "Molenbeek is considered Europe's 'terrorist factory.'"