April 24, 2015

Sister tipped off police to Montreal teen's alleged terror plot

Rebel Staff
 

After allegedly hearing her say that if "we can't go over there, we'll do it here," Sabrine Djermane's sister tipped off police to a possible terror plot, leading to the April 14 arrest of Djermane as well El Mahdi Jamali, both 18.

The Canadian Press reports:

They were arraigned this week on charges of attempting to leave Canada to commit an terrorist act abroad; possession of an explosive substance; facilitating a terrorist act; and committing an act under the direction or for the profit of a terrorist organization.

Both pleaded not guilty.

According to Radio-Canada, police found materials in Jamali's parents' home that "could be used to make a pressure-cooker bomb similar to the one used to kill people at the Boston Marathon in 2013."

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commented 2015-04-27 23:49:08 -0400
The information acted upon by the police was too specific in nature for Sabrine’s sister not to become the obvious ‘traitor’ in her family. I hope she will not end up as other victims of ‘honor killings’, as she is a true hero, that we need more of.

As for Bill C51, unless it will be misused by police agencies at the direction of left leaning parties in power provincially or federally, I personally do not fear that the current conservative government will infringe on my privacy, as I have nothing to hide; subsequently, I strongly believe that citizens of this great country, with no intention to hurt Canada and Canadians, are perfectly safe from abuse of power.
commented 2015-04-26 16:57:22 -0400
Here is my concern with Bill C-51 – the Conservative Party of Canada wrote it but it will be administered by Liberal and NDP provincial governments and by municipal police. Police take direction and if they are told to target the wrong people, they’ll do it.

I’d like to see some sunset clauses in Bill C-51 to make it more a wartime measure than permanent law. CSIS clearly needs the expanded powers but our police are already suffering high levels of post traumatic injury and exhaustion, not only from crime on the street but from crime and corruption in the governments they take direction from and in the justice infrastructure that its provisions could be badly misused to violate our freedoms.
commented 2015-04-24 21:52:59 -0400
Terry B. If you read bill C-51, you will see that there are provisions,and this kid can’t be held indefinitely. He has been stopped from making a big mistake. Now we can hold them, and keep them from going in the first place, before we could only watch from afar at the atrocities, after the fact. I don’t think anyone is getting “nailed for no reason,” clearly in this case there are real concerns. Nails aren’t like screws, they can always be pulled out. If you have no trust in our constitution, I can understand your fear, but I think it is misplaced. Fear those who often choose to ignore our constitution, like the supreme courts and human rights commissions. C-51 is a law, and if it is abided by as it is written, won’t be infringing on any law abiding Canadian citizens rights. At least not with this government. Some amendments may be appropriate, to safe guard us from possible abuses from creative judges and lawyers. If anyone wants to complain about C-51, they should at least have perused it first. It is a grunt, but if you want the goods spin free, you have to read it for yourself.
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/1513457-bill-c-51.html
http://www.cpac.ca/en/programs/public-record/episodes/37695324/ ( this vid was helpful also)
commented 2015-04-24 13:24:40 -0400
The idea is to uphold the law without infringing on the Rights of Canadians’ who are not committing illegal offences! It is good to have efficient lawmen, the only problem is that when everything is programmed like a hammer – eveyone seems’ to end up looking like a nail!
commented 2015-04-24 11:20:59 -0400
Good on the young lady. She’s a hero for saving her brothers life…and his friends…and who knows how many others. The courage to confront those within your own inner circle is greater than confronting those without. She is a remarkably brave young lady. A Canadian Heroin.
commented 2015-04-24 10:40:34 -0400
Puts the muslim community on display again – nice move.
commented 2015-04-24 10:39:50 -0400
another honor killing coming soon, it won’t get much press, climate change is more important
commented 2015-04-24 10:09:55 -0400
Rick – yes, no kidding! Hopefully they have her in witness protection. Brave move but what it must have cost her!
commented 2015-04-24 09:17:32 -0400
Now what? The father kills his daughter? We have already seen honour killing in Muslim families; I hope this girl is safe.
Why was this information leaked, I wonder.