Edmonton terror attacks a reminder that we must take hateful ideology seriously

We can all be grateful that no one died in the Edmonton terror attacks on Saturday, September 30.

Details are now beginning to emerge about a past police investigation of the lone suspect in the attack, Abdulahi Hasan Sharif.

The police duly conducted the 2015 investigation after receiving a tip from the public that he espoused radical views. One officer said he expressed genocidal beliefs and Sharif’s co-workers stated that he also expressed hateful views about Shia Muslims.

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  • Watchman

    “Edmonton Terror Attacks A Reminder That We Must Take Hateful Ideology Seriously”
    I’m afraid I haven’t seen evidence of the linkage between the Edmonton Terror Attacks and islamophobia yet. Because surely that is the only Hateful Ideology in Canada if we have been following those M-103 proposed changes to the law.

  • Starlord

    Sssshhh m103 diversity is our strength. We want to become the beacon of light and innovation just like Pakistan….

  • Like the hateful ideology spewed from pulpits at mosques?

  • canminuteman

    I have no dog in a Sunni Shia fight, they can kill each other to their hearts content and my only concern is getting caught in the crossfire.

  • robins111

    The problem with the msm or governments talking about hateful ideology is that the target gets immediatly redirected at White Male Christians. IE the Anti-Bullying which was co-opted by the rump rangers right sharpish.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Hateful Ideology = ISLAM. The morons just won’t say it, instead they choose to be coy.