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  • Crown denounces Khawaja's 'murderous' way of life (Canada)

    02/12/2009 4:33:37 PM PST · by fanfan · 9 replies · 477+ views
    The Ottawa Citizen ^ | February 12, 2009 7:01 PM | Staff
    OTTAWA — In some of the most scornful language ever in an Ottawa court, a federal prosecutor urged a judge to condemn terrorist Momin Khawaja to two life terms in prison plus at least 44 additional years for being “a grave and palpable threat to society.” “It is highly questionable whether he should ever be released from prison,” assistant Crown attorney David McKercher told the court yesterday, his voice dripping with contempt. Mr. Khawaja, 29, sat impassively in the prison’s box as the prosecutor portrayed him as an evil and blood-thirsty religious zealot intent on murdering and terrorizing Jews, Christians...
  • Muslim terror promoters penetrating Canadian security agencies?

    12/16/2008 6:00:47 PM PST · by Sammy67 · 365+ views
    CreepingSharia ^ | 12/16/08
    We tend to focus on creeping sharia in the U.S. but Canada is not exempt from the grand jihad as this article from earlier this year indicates. With porous borders and chatter of a North American Union we should hope Canada is taking the threat seriously. David Harris. The enemy within If terrorism suspect Momin Khawaja, now on trial in Ottawa, is as guilty as Crown prosecutors say, it’ll be time to settle an important question: Was Mr. Khawaja a “Naji man”? Amid trial allegations, court details and defence objections, significant questions arise about Mr. Khawaja’s status as a consultant...
  • Threat Matrix: October 2008

    10/06/2008 7:27:37 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 756 replies · 17,403+ views
    FBI Warns of Potential Terror Attacks The FBI and Department of Homeland Security today issued an analytical "note" to U.S. law-enforcement officials cautioning that al-Qaida terrorists have in the past expressed interest in attacking public buildings using a dozen suicide bombers each carrying 20 kilograms of explosives. Authors with the U.S. Office of Intelligence and Analysis added that they have "no credible or specific information that terrorists are planning operations against public buildings in the United States." The FBI and DHS analysts said they were releasing the note because "it is important for local authorities and building owners and...
  • Khawaja guilty (WOT - Canada)

    10/29/2008 7:54:29 AM PDT · by fanfan · 16 replies · 480+ views
    Ottawa Citizen ^ | Wednesday, October 29, 2008 | Andrew Duffy
    OTTAWA - Momin Khawaja, the Ottawa computer specialist who plotted jihad from his government desk at foreign affairs, has been found guilty of five terrorism related charges. Ontario Superior Court Justice Douglas Rutherford ruled Wednesday that Mr. Khawaja, 29, played a significant role in a plot to bomb sites in London, England in 2004. Mr. Khawaja, the judge concluded in his verdict, was not guilty of the two most serious terrorism offences connected to his building of a radio-frequency device for London terror cell. The judge, however, found Mr. Khawaja guilty of two related, lesser Criminal Code offences. Mr. Khawaja,...
  • The Khawaja Affair: The Master Plan Unfolds

    07/01/2008 3:58:46 PM PDT · by Roger W. Gardner · 1 replies · 220+ views
    Radarsite ^ | June 30, 2008 | Roger W. Gardner
    The Enemy Within Cross posted from Radarsite From an original article at Canada.com http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/story.html?id=9f21ec5a-e493-4885-bb14-47551110a297David Harris, Citizen Special Published: Thursday, June 26, 2008 If terrorism suspect Momin Khawaja, now on trial in Ottawa, is as guilty as Crown prosecutors say, it'll be time to settle an important question: Was Mr. Khawaja a "Naji man"? Amid trial allegations, court details and defence objections, significant questions arise about Mr. Khawaja's status as a consultant to the Department of Foreign Affairs at about the time of his arrest. Prosecutors claim the software contractor used his perch inside the department to send streams of E-mails...