Muslim facing terror charges mourned 2014 Quebec, Ottawa attackers online: trial

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man accused of posting terrorist propaganda online mourned two attackers who were shot dead by police after killing Canadian soldiers in 2014, an expert witness for the Crown has testified.

A trial for Othman Hamdan of Fort St. John has begun in B.C. Supreme Court with RCMP Const. Tarek Mokdad, an expert in Islamist-inspired terrorism and so-called “lone wolf” attacks, describing several posts on the man’s Facebook page.

Hamdan has pleaded not guilty to encouraging the commission of murder, assault and mischief, all for terrorist purposes. He has also entered a not guilty plea to inducing and instructing someone to carry out a terrorist act.

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  • Spatchcocked

    They live among us….despising us….and they’re organized….waiting for an opportune moment to further their agenda.

    Thanks Trudy.

    • Thank Harper as well, they nearly doubled Canada’s Muslim population under their tenure, the immigration floodgates were wide open.

      • Alain

        Hear! Hear!

  • Spatchcocked

    How about some background on this “British Columbia man”. One assumes he is muzzie.

    I’ve never encountered any other ethnicity emigrating to Canada packing a murderous animus against the country that is so welcoming to them…….
    Who what where why when this “British Columbia man” ?

  • How could have guys like this in the country go wrong?