Day parole extended for Muslim convicted in ‘Toronto 18’ terrorism plot

Saad Gaya

Saad Gaya, yet another Muslim terrorist who wanted to kill Canadians. Supposed to be “Sorry” now.

TORONTO — A man who pleaded guilty to participating in a plot to bomb targets in Toronto has had his day parole extended as the Parole Board of Canada found he has made a “strong beginning” to his period of conditional release.

In January, Saad Gaya was initially granted six months of day parole, with special conditions that included avoiding contact with those involved in criminal activity and a requirement to participate in religious counselling to deal with religious extremism.