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Quebec students face terrorism and explosive charges, plead not guilty

Sitting side by side in the prisoners’ dock, two 18-year-olds were formally charged in a Montreal courtroom on Monday with four terrorism-related crimes, including possessing explosives and attempting to leave Canada to take part in terror activities.

El Mahdi Jamali and Sabrine Djaermane, who are said to be boyfriend and girlfriend, appeared in court after being detained without charge since their arrest last week. Police said they had reasonable grounds to fear the two could commit a terrorism-related offence.

  • simus1

    “el Mahdi”?
    The muslims who are given and try to live up to that rather grand moniker are definitely “go big or go home types” with zero interest in the second choice.

  • sanwin

    ‘Boyfriend & girlfriend’ ? Isn’t that haram ? I guess that means they need to be stoned for adultery.

  • David Murrell

    The CBC News report, at supper hour, said that many people in the audience were family supporters of the two war-criminal teens. Good to see they have a cheering section.