He allegedly robbed a convenience store in order to get enough money to go overseas and join the jihad. “The boy told the officers that he had been living in sin as his country did not practise Sharia law.” What do Canadian authorities, and authorities all over the West, think all this is going to look like in ten or fifteen years? Do they think that the problem will go away if they engage in enough “outreach” and shower enough money on Muslim communities? They are, unfortunately, in for a rude awakening, as the reality inexorably will dawn on them that Muslim leaders they have been relying on to teach their people to be “moderate” have not been doing anything of the kind.
“Canada Charges First Teenager For Terrorism-Related Activity,” by Sounak Mukhopadhyay, International Business Times, December 5, 2014 (thanks to Kenneth):
A Canadian teenager is facing terrorism-related charges after a robbery at a convenience store. He allegedly robbed the store, so that he could have enough money to fly overseas to join an extremist group.
The 15-year-old boy from Montreal is the first teenager in Canada to face charges for attempting to go overseas to take part in terrorist activities. He was arrested in October after he had been involved in the robbery where a West Island dépanneur had been held up with a knife by an assailant. The schoolboy apparently avoided eye contact with his father on Wednesday while the court proceedings were going on to charge him for assisting terrorism. According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the teenager was responsible for the robbery with the intention of benefitting a terrorist group. The cash (around $2,200) was allegedly going to be used for overseas terrorist activities.
The teenager, the first Canadian to get arrested on terrorism charges, was charged under sections 83.181 and 83.2 of the criminal code. He, on the other hand, is pleading not guilty to the charges. It was his father who contacted police after he had found a bag of cash in the backyard. The teenager was arrested while he was at school. When his computer was searched, it allegedly revealed radical material. The boy told the officers that he had been living in sin as his country did not practise Sharia law. Later, he underwent a psychiatric evaluation….