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Canadian Muslim Student Calls for Mass Murder in Canada

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Amazingly, while writers and publishers are being brought up on mindcrime charges in Canada for criticizing Islam, a Muslim university student who is openly calling for jihad attacks and mass murder on Canadian soil is the subject of a debate over “free speech:” Killing Canadians ‘best way’: student.

TORONTO - A Toronto-area man has been posting messages on the Internet supporting attacks against Canadian soldiers on Canadian soil, drawing the attention of RCMP national security investigators.

Police have advised the Bangladeshi-Canadian that he is under investigation for incitement and facilitating terrorism after he repeatedly called the killing of Canadian troops in Canada “legitimate” and “well deserved.”

No charges have been laid, but counterterrorism officers are apparently taking it seriously, and the case has set off a debate inside government over where to draw the line between free expression and incitement.

“The promotion of hate and violence has no place in Canadian society, and it is an offence under the Criminal Code,” Stockwell Day, the Minister of Public Safety, responded when shown a sample of the postings. “Our government carefully balances the right to freedom of expression with our duty to protect Canadians from harm.”

Alarm bells about the online writings went off last September after German authorities arrested three Islamic militants accused of planning to bomb the Ramstein Air Base and Frankfurt International Airport. That same day, Salman Hossain posted several messages about the plot on the comment board of a Toronto-based Internet site where he is a frequent contributor. …

“I hope the German brothers were gonna blow up US-German bases in their country. We should do that here in Canada as well. Kill as many western soldiers as well so that they think twice before entering foreign countries on behalf of their Jew masters,” he wrote.

“Any and all Western soldiers getting prepared to enter Muslim nations like Afghanistan or Iraq should be legitimate targets by any and all Islamic militants either in the attacked nations or in the western nations —if there were any planned attacks against Canadian/ American soldiers by ‘Muslim militants’ in Canadian soil, I’d support it,” he added.

“Canadian soldiers in Canadian soil who are training to go to Afghanistan or Iraq are legitimate targets to be killed. … Now it is POSSIBLE AND LEGITIMATE!! … believe me, if we could have enough of our soldiers killed, then we’d be forced to withdrawn from Afghanistan.”

In addition, he singles out Jews, writing: “When do I get to shoot a few Jews down for attempting to blow up dozens of mosques in America right after 9-11 … why f—-ing target the Americans when the Jews are better?”

The author of the messages is a Mississauga university student in his mid-twenties who claims to know the infamous Khadr family and several of the men arrested in Toronto in June, 2006, on terrorism conspiracy charges. He confirmed to the National Post that he was the author of the postings but later declined to comment further on the advice of his lawyer. While he writes that he approves of attacking Canadian troops, he also says he would not do so himself.

Despite being visited by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and RCMP and told he was under investigation, Mr. Hossain has continued to post messages approving of attacks on Canadian troops.

Saying anti-war protests “will do sh$$,” he describes a “mass casualty” attack on the home-front as “a well considered option” and “the best way to compel western soldiers to get out of Afghanistan/Iraq.”

Such an attack “would be fantastic and would get the job done,” he writes. “If someone gets the bright idea of committing such a wonderful act, it’s NOT my responsibility in any way, shape or form.”

Religion of peace!

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