Shocking news from Quebec:
"Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali, two Montrealers acquitted of terrorism after three months of trial and over two years incarceration, will be consultants for the Center for Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRMV), learned La Presse.”
Now, it’s technically true that these two men were "acquitted of terrorism" — just last month, actually.
But one was convicted of having explosives, and both are banned from a number of terrorist-oriented activities.
And just last week, the crown appealed, so they might yet be convicted.
Even if they win their appeal — how can you have them consorting with other would-be jihadis, when according to the Toronto Star that’s one of the prohibitions that still apply to them?
The fact that these two have pled "not guilty" shows they have not acknowledged their evil and repented. The opposite. They say they did nothing wrong; they fought their first convictions, they’re fighting this appeal.
So who is this group, the CPRMV?
They're taxpayer funded, for one thing: $1.2 million from the Ministry of Public Security in Quebec. Another $700,000 from the city of Montreal.
This is the Liberal Party’s approach to accused terrorists.
Justin Trudeau himself said that these jihadist terrorists coming back from Syria have a lot to offer.
And if you disagree you’re an Islamophobe.
This story was in French, in La Presse. What do you think the odds are that it will make the news on CBC’s The National tonight, or be on the front page of the Globe and Mail?
Or are they too busy distracting you with their punditry on Trump to let you know what’s being done to our country?
NEXT: Who better to help us dig deeper into this disturbing story than Quebec broadcaster Eric Duhaime?
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