Muhanad al-Farekh, one of Winnipeg’s ‘Lost Boys,’ found guilty in U.S. court of terrorism charges

Mr. al-Farekh, an American citizen, was one of Winnipeg’s “Lost Boys,” three students who mysteriously disappeared and travelled to Pakistan, sparking alarm among intelligence officials in the U.S. and Canada.

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  • BillyHW

    Good ol’ Winnipeg boyz!

    • Exile1981

      I predict millions in money from Justin in his future.

      • tom_billesley

        While not a Canadian citizen he did once study in Canada so that’ll be good for $10.5 million.

        • Watchman

          As Justin said, a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian. One day in Canada makes you a Canadian, as there is nothing that makes a Canadian special, according to that.

          • tom_billesley

            Britain is expected by the media party to take responsibility for migrants who set off across the Mediterranean and hit the road to Calais, with an intent to travel to Britain. Getting to Britain isn’t a requirement – their aspiration is enough.

          • Tooth&Claw

            Makes you want to barf or get violent doesn’t it?

  • tom_billesley

    He’s the same jihadi that’s in the last item of today’s Continental Breakfast.
    https://www.blazingcatfur.ca/2017/09/30/continental-breakfast-554/#disqus_thread

  • Apparently, stuff like this isn’t a problem.

  • sk6actual

    I suggest we airdrop him over Pakistan … chute optional