Arrest of Pakistani Jhanzab Malik for alleged Toronto terror plot

Marissa Semkiw reports on the ISIS-inspired Pakistani who was allegedly plotting to bomb buildings in Toronto, including the U.S. Consulate on University Avenue.

Jhanzab Malik came to Canada in 2004 as a student, and has reportedly attended terrorist training camps in Libya.

Semkiw reviews many of the other foiled Muslim terror plots targeting Canadian targets. She also mocks the euphemisms the Globe & Mail and the CBC employ when trying to avoid discussing the Islamic inspiration for these plots.

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  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    With stories of ‘radical’ Muslims being everyday, normal news now, the CBC and others in the media are working harder than ever to mask the obvious the stench coming from Islam.

    • It’s absurd. Who do they think they’re kidding?

      • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

        Like all liars, the CBC always assumes that they are smarter than the people they are lying too.

        • And Justin? Surely he can’t believe he’s smarter than a Gerbil.

          • eMan14

            It helps to be a drama teacher.

  • SDMatt

    I heard “Allahu akbar” for the first time in my life on a rainy Friday afternoon, the one after the 911 terror attacks, while standing in front of the U.S. consulate in Toronto, with the braying coming from a mob assembled across the road approximately where the Via Rail terror trial is taking place today.

    I didn’t know much about Islam then, and the more I know the more I’m revulsed, but I’ll do my part to see it defeated.

    • Our government has to be held accountable for this mess. There has to be a way to sue them.

  • So Jason Kenney will let him in?

  • BillyHW