Oh, Canada: Toronto Jihadist Ordered By Allah “To Kill People” Previously Had Restricted Security Clearance At Nation’s Busiest Airport
Are there any others like him working in the transportation sector? Don’t bother asking a question like that to Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders. He seems to be more worried about offensive would-be “Islamophobes” than he is about more would-be jihadists …
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Proverbs 14:8, “The prudent understand where they are going, but fools deceive themselves.”
By Adam Miller, Global News – “The 27-year-old man accused of stabbing two soldiers at a Canadian Forces recruitment centre previously worked at Toronto’s largest airport and had access to restricted areas.
Ayanle Hassan Ali worked for a third party employer at Toronto Pearson International Airport from December 2008 to March 2009 and possessed a Restricted Area Identification Card, according to the Greater Toronto Airports Authority.
‘[Ali] is not an employee of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority nor does he currently work at Toronto Pearson,’ a spokeswoman for the organization told Global News.
‘We join all Canadians in wishing the injured soldiers a speedy recovery, and in saluting the brave personnel who intervened to defuse the attack.’
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said Ali walked into the office located in a federal government building in north Toronto around 3 p.m. Monday and slashed a male soldier behind the counter in the arm with a ‘large knife,’ then tried and failed to stab a female soldier before being subdued by Forces members, one of whom was injured in the process.
Both soldiers were treated for non-life-threatening injuries and released.
Saunders told reporters Tuesday the accused said at the scene ‘Allah told me to do this. Allah told me to come here and kill people.’
Police said they believe Ali acted alone in the stabbing but added investigators are looking into any possible connections with terror groups.” Read more.
Toronto Sun: Islamophobia? What About Knife-O-Phobia? – “[Toronto Police Chief Mark] Saunders said: ‘I want to be very, very careful, when it comes to the national security piece, that we don’t go through that Islamophobia nonsense.’ Excuse me, but the police chief is worried about ‘Islamophobia’? How about ‘knife-o-phobia’? From what we know of this incident, conveyed by the police chief, a man allegedly walked into a military recruitment centre in Toronto, went on a stabbing spree against uniformed personnel, invoking the name of Allah. Don’t Islamist suicide bombers often invoke the name of Allah when they blow themselves up? This comes a year-and-a-half after two members of our armed forces were gunned down and run over in separate, fatal attacks by radicalized Muslims. It comes just months after Daesh, the Islamic State, carried out a deadly massacre of civilians in Paris. And yet Toronto’s police chief is lecturing people about Islamophobia?” Read more.