Skip to comments.Canada finally deports Palestinian terrorist convicted of attack on Israeli plane
Posted on 05/13/2013 1:39:55 PM PDT by Squawk 8888
TORONTO A Palestinian terrorist who fought the Canadian governments attempts to expel him for 26 years was finally deported to Lebanon on the weekend aboard a flight chartered by the Canada Border Services Agency.
Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced the deportation of Mahmoud Mohammad Issa Mohammad, a former Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine member, in Ottawa on Monday.
The case of the terrorist known to some as Triple M had become symbolic of the flaws in Canadas immigration system, often cited as an example of the governments inability to control its own borders.
Despite being convicted of destroying an El Al passenger plane in Athens in 1968 and killing an Israeli passenger, Mohammad immigrated to Canada in 1987 by concealing his past. Ottawa informed him in December 1987 he would be deported, but he fended off the efforts by filing appeal after appeal in the courts.
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Why didn’t you send him to Israel, eh?
We have the same problem down here. A worst-of-the-worst Nazi death camp guard recently died in his own bed in Michigan despite having his citizenship revoked in 1996.
If no other country will accept ‘em, you can’t deport ‘em.
he can be back in North America in less than 24 hours
(so.. why aren’t these terrorist basturds just shot outright? Wasting all our time and energy and money fussing over them for 26 years is nothing more than dysfunctional insanity...)_
Their public service morons can’t be any better than our public service morons. Wow. 26 years! That is real government efficiency, eh?
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Hmmm. I’m sure the Mossad can now take care of some unfinished business.