Alleged Canadian Hussein Bassam Abdallah pleads guilty to numerous charges associated with alleged Religion of Peace

A Lebanese-Canadian accussed of stockpiling explosives in Cyprus pleaded guilty on Monday in a case that Israel said bore the hallmarks of a failed Hezbollah plot.

Cyprus’s criminal court was expected to sentence Hussein Bassam Abdallah, 26, later on Monday.

He was arrested in late May after police discovered a huge quantity of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, a potential explosive, in the basement of a house in the coastal city of Larnaca.

Abdallah pleaded guilty to charges of possessing explosives, conspiracy to commit a crime, aiding and abetting a terrorist organization and participation in a terrorist group, the state Cyprus News Agency reported.

  • Ottawa Eyes

    Another shining example of a Canadian dual-citizen!

    Think about that the next time you are traveling and the customs officials give you and extra look and extra search.

    • Seriously, Citizenship & Immigration must be infiltrated to the hilt.

      • Exile1981

        Look at the Ottawa shooter his mom work for immigration and she previously was suspended a few years back for helping people cheat the system.

  • SDMatt

    Immigration is all about votes for the Liberal or Conservative parties.

  • The Butterfly

    Was he one of those bread and butter Canadians we rescued from Lebanon during the war?

    • I would not be surprised.

      • Reader

        Canadian Foreign Affairs was happy to spend millions to get dual citizens, many who hadn’t been in Canada for a decade out of Lebanon.

        But when Canadian’s were stranded without food and shelter after Hurricane Rita hit them vacationing in the Yucatan Peninsula in 2005, Foreign Affairs did nothing to help these real Canadians.