Hey, do you remember that poster boy for multiculturalism and vibrant diversity and open borders? That “Calgary boy” named Farah Mohamed Shirdon. You might have seen the Islamic State propaganda video, burning his Canadian passport.
Now reports come that Shirdon was killed in a U.S. airstrike near Mosul in 2015.
I hope so. Better to kill them over there than deal with them over here.
CSIS says that as many as 60 ISIS terrorists have returned from Iraq to Canada — with training, connections, and most importantly, with a taste for blood. They’ve murdered and raped before. And they’re back on our streets.
But even if we prosecuted them for terrorism — pretty unlikely, given Trudeau’s affection for Muslim extremists — what would happen?
But terrorists aren’t even the whole problem.
Did you see the website called "Muslims in Calgary," Shirdon’s home town? They posted an article praising female genital mutilation.
Sure, that’s against the criminal code in Canada.
But then again, so is fighting with a terrorist group.
And Khadr got a $10.5 million payout for that...
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