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The Toronto Star wants you to feel sorry for another Muslim Terrorist

Toronto 18 plotter reflects on a decade in prison

Fahim Ahmad enters the room wearing his prison whites, glasses perched midway down his nose. He just left the kitchen, where he was making grilled cheese sandwiches for the lunch service.

Ahmad no longer looks like the 21-year-old who made headlines a decade ago as one of the leaders of the Toronto 18 terror plot. He’s bulkier, lost all his hair. He shows me his photo ID, taken during his first years spent at Quebec’s Special Handling Unit, which has the reputation as Canada’s toughest prison. “See, I had hair there. After the SHU, no hair.”

  • andycanuck

    Gee. I wonder if the (registered) comments section is opened?

    • Truthhurts

      I always go to their fb pages to give them a piece of my mind. How much mussie brotherhood $$$$ did they give the Toronto Star to become dhimmis.

  • Exile1981

    The loss of his hair is a small price to pay for saving countless lives from his plans.

  • Clausewitz

    They used to hang spies and traitors. I long for days gone past.

  • Gary

    It was CAIR’s Dr.Sheema Khan that is in the New archives where she supported the Toronto-18 as innocent and victims of anti-muslims bigotry by CSIS and the RCMP. Sheema khan also supported other arrested and convicted muslims terrorist .
    Police Chief Blair said that these muslim terrorists that went to a Mississauga Mosque and read the qruan had NOTHING to do with being muslims or Islam .