The RCMP and CSIS have uncovered three more Islamic terrorist plotters in Ottawa and London, Ontario. They discovered over 50 circuit boards used for detonating IEDs, along with videos, drawings, books, schematics and electronic equipment to create an IED.
Ottawa -On Thursday, August 26th, 2010, the “A” Division RCMP held a press conference with regards to the arrest of three Ontario residents by the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (AINSET) - two Ottawa residents, named Hiva Mohammad Alizadeh and Misbahuddin Ahmed and a London Ontario resident named Khurram Syed Sher, in relation to terrorist offences.
AINSET investigators have grounds to believe that Alizadeh, Ahmed and Sher are part of a domestic terrorist group operating in Canada, while Alizadeh is also a member of and remains in contact with a terrorist group with links to the conflict in Afghanistan. Alizadeh faces additional charges of possessing explosive substance with illicit intent. The three are also charged in conspiring with James Lara, Rizgar Alizadeh and Zakaria Mamosta and persons unknown in Canada, Iran, Afghanistan, Dubai and Pakistan, to commit an indictable offence. Part of the decision to make the arrests at this time was to prevent the suspects from providing financial support to terrorist counterparts for the purchase of weapons, which would in turn be used against coalition forces and Canadian troops.Courtesy of RCMP
One of the terrorists, Khummar Sher, 28, from London, Ontario, once appeared on Canadian Idol and was working as a pathologist at St. Thomas, Elgin General Hospital.
So how are we, the kuffar, supposed to determine who is a moderate Muslim and who has the potential to be a terrorist at any moment and anywhere?
Interests: hockey, music, acting and killing Infidels -- Canadian Idol contestant arrested for jihad plot Jihadwatch
Clearly the judges were "Islamophobic"
Maybe losing Canadian Idol drove him to seek revenge upon the kuffar. "Third terror suspect was 'Canadian Idol' contestant," by Michelle Shephard and Richard J. Brennan for the Toronto Star, August 26 :OTTAWA--A third terrorism suspect- one who moonwalked across a Montreal stage during an audition for Canadian Idol - was detained early Thursday, the Star has learned.
Khuram Sher was arrested as part of an RCMP national security investigation, as police continue to investigate a possible cell allegedly plotting to attack targets at home.
Sher told judges on the popular reality show in 2008 that he hailed from Pakistan and was a fan of "hockey, music and acting."
He sings an off-tune rendition of Avril Lavigne's "Complicated" with - as the show's website describes - some "nifty" dance moves.
"Have you ever thought of being a comedian?" asks one of the judges of the 26-year-old.
Another remarks: "The dance moves were good, the singing, bad."
One source close to the investigation said Sher was actually a Canadian-born physician and graduate of McGill University - quite a different persona from goofy contestant wearing a traditional Pakistani shalwar kameez and pakul hat as he performs robot dance moves and a Michael Jackson moonwalk....
A physician. No doubt driven to jihad terrorism by his desperate poverty.