Jihadi Jack is a British citizen who traveled to Syria in 2014 to fight for ISIS. Since his capture by the Kurds, the Trudeau government has been attempting to bring him to Canada.
Jack denies being an ISIS fighter, but he was photographed in an ISIS-controlled region of Syria giving the sign of Shahada, used by ISIS fighters symbolizing the oneness of God.
Jihadi Jack supports terrorism and Sharia law.
His parents have been charged under the UK Terrorism Act after they were accused of sending him money.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has pressed Trudeau on why his government is trying to bring Jihadi Jack to Canada, but the Prime Minister evaded the question.
Canadian's know the answer, the Liberal party believes terrorists should keep their Canadian citizenship