“‘I’m a simple Muslim’: accused terrorist addresses deportation hearing,” Canadian Press, May 12, 2015:
TORONTO — A Pakistani man accused of plotting terror attacks in Toronto describes himself as a “simple Muslim.”
Jahanzeb Malik says he doesn’t believe in sects.
Malik, who is a permanent resident, tells his Immigration and Refugee Board hearing that he went to Libya two years ago to teach English as a second language.
Canada Border Services Agency accuses Malik, 34, of plotting to attack the U.S. consulate and financial district buildings in Toronto and wants to deport him….