WATERLOO — Kevin Mohamed, the former University of Waterloo student who went to Syria to join a terrorist organization, will be free to apply for day parole in just a few months.
But life outside of prison will be anything but free for Mohamed, who was sentenced to three years of parole with strict conditions on top of his four-and-a-half-year sentence.
That means he will be barred from owning a passport and will be placed on a government no-fly list. And he can’t use a phone, computer or any device connected to the internet.
Mohamed, sentenced in October for participating in the activities of a terrorist group, must also undergo a de-radicalization program once he’s released.