3 ISIS recruits from Edmonton believed killed

Three Edmonton cousins have died while fighting overseas for ISIS, says the father of one of the men.

Ahmed Hirsi says his 20-year-old son Mahad was killed last fall along with cousins Hamsa and Hersi Kariye.

A third cousin from Minnesota, Hanad Abdullahi Mohallim, was also killed, he said.

Other family members deny the men died while fighting for ISIS, but Hirsi insists it’s true.

He said his son and two nephews left Edmonton without telling him in October 2013.

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  • Ed Ellison

    So that is three less Somalian crime waves to infest Canada.

    • 3 fewer headaches.

    • BillyHW

      Can we send more over?

      • ntt1

        why on earth were we ever trying to stop them?

  • Martin Luffa

    It’s amazing what has happened over the last few years. I’ve had to change my Nick many times during the western awakening while spreading facts in places. I’ve watched as the knowledge of pisslamic evil grew. So good to see.

    The great thing about Islam is that they disallow knowledge of Martial Arts and other such Kuffar points of war. In the long run the people of the Beast will lose.

    • ntt1

      Then again the ability to walk on thirty feet of rice paper, pirouette and return without tearing it is somewhat useless when you live in a sand pit.

  • mobuyus

    If obama had a pair of sons this is what they’d look like.

  • Maggat

    McGuire, now this bunch. Things are looking up.

  • Clausewitz

    Boo fucking who. Rot in Hell you Bastards. And this is the polite version.

  • Jay Currie

    May I express my sincere delight at the deaths of these pests and my fond hope that their parents and kin take this opportunity to return to their home and native land.

    Looking like an excellent day for “Canadian” jihadis.

  • ntt1

    This is great,! So far this week 4 of these idiots have been put down. thats 4 less law enforcement /security headaches.

  • Canadian

    Good!

  • Linda1000

    Well, our star imam in Calgary, Sayed Soharwardy says on the jihad threat:
    “My biggest nightmare are those who are coming back.”
    Last fall, it was estimated by Public Safety that about 80 of 160 jihadis overseas had already returned but we’re they ever charged with any possible crime and are they even being monitored now.
    I must say the Somali community has been quite proactive in trying to work with the police and asking the gov’t. to get involved in trying to stop the recruitment. I think law enforcement should start monitoring and shutting down mosques and who is funding the travel tickets. Where else are the kids making their contacts. The gov’t has to start revoking their Cdn. passports for dual jihadis also.

  • dukestreet

    He wonders how they got radicalized: Did he send his son to the mosque? It’s the first place to look, Then look on his computer. What did you do when” he was unhappy with his faith”? Dad, make sure you blame the mosque as well as yourself.