Muslim Terror Teen Arrested In Edmonton Attempting To Join Islamic Social Justice Warrior Group ISIS

A teenage boy from the Edmonton area has been charged with trying to leave Canada to commit an act of terror, CBC News has learned.

The 17-year-old was arrested Thursday in Beaumont, south of the city, by the RCMP’s integrated national security enforcement team.

The teen was charged with trying to leave the country to fight with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a terrorist organization that controls a vast tract of territory in Syria and northern Iraq and has become infamous for its cruelty.

The suspect, who can’t be identified because he is under the age of 18, faces two charges: That he attempted to leave Canada to commit an act of terror, and that he attempted to leave the country to join a terrorist group.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    That picture of “Richie Cunningham” is perfect!

  • Ed

    When I was a student in the humanities years ago, the far left students would often brag about how the RCMP had a file on them (usually no proof was offered, but it usually had something to do with how they behaved at a rally or protest.) It was a way of getting street cred. Of showing they were down for the struggle… skin in the game etc.
    This is sounding an awful lot like that. Kids can now pretty safely stage a “goin to Syria” stunt, with the high confidence that they’ll never have to actually risk anything because they’ll be stopped en route. But think of the status they’ll have among their friends. I bet a good number would freak out if they were waved through on to their flights…

  • Sharkibark

    Do 16 and 17 year olds have credit cards to book flights now or something? All the flights I just very quickly google-searched show prices between $1300 and $4000 dollars. Are they paying cash? If they aren’t paying for the flights, who is?

    • Uncle_Waspy

      Must be an upper-middle class phenomenon. Mummy/Daddy issued credit card deal.

      Those kids on the lower rungs of the socioeconomic ladder don’t have the means to fly to Syria, and they’re not that committed to jihad to get a job and finance it themselves.

      • They always seem to find the cash.

        • moraywatson

          It would be islamaphobic to not give a young jihadist a credit card. And we have cultural relativist sellouts in Big Bank, Big Accounting, and Big Law enabling the sharia compliant financing infrastructure that all devoutly pious jihadists require.

    • lolwut?

      Credit cards aren’t anything special anymore, haven’t been for a long time.

    • Canadian

      Same with the teen girls. Any minor shows up at an airport, going to Shitistan, and no one asks questions?
      And where do they get the money?
      My son takes his kids to New Hampshire every year on the 4th of July, and he needs a letter of permission from his Ex.
      Something is wrong here…

  • ontario john

    Typical young Canadian teenager. Hangs out with his friends, and then joins a terrorist group. So glad we have a million muslims in Canada with thousands more coming in every year.

  • Minicapt

    Perhaps a sing-a-long in his honour:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqiblXFlZuk

    Cheers

  • moraywatson

    Well the CBC is to be congratulated for not using the word “muslim” once in a report that was entirely about the conduct of, wait for it…….muslims! They did use the word “terrorist” though, so perhaps that is a sign that reality is getting harder for them to ignore.