By Stewart Bell
"We think Al Qaeda maintains to have a terrorist infrastructure in Canada, one with documented hyperlinks to the U.S. whereas many border security features were applied for the reason that 9-11, the significant expanse of the 4,000-mile-long U.S. northern border, with eighty-six issues of access and diverse unofficial crossings, should offer possibilities for operatives to penetrate U.S. nationwide safety, fairly if Western passports are used."--The FBI, in a categorised bulletin "Cold Terror will surprise the sense of right and wrong of a state. In terrifying aspect, it indicates how the world’s terrorists have made themselves at domestic in Canada—and how they've been made welcome by way of cowardly politicians."--David Frum, Resident Fellow on the American firm Institute and writer of, with Richard Perle, An finish to Evil: What’s subsequent within the warfare on Terror"Stewart Bell’s clarion demand motion has to be heeded earlier than the ticking Canadian terrorist time bomb blows up in the direction of domestic. If Canadian terrorists aren’t stopped prior to they use guns of mass destruction within the usa, we’ll have a ways larger difficulties than conserving the border open for trade."--Patrick Grady, The Globe and Mail
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The members of ASALA were never liberators. They are assassins and murderers. ” The judge was no doubt aware that four months after the assassination attempt, Armenian terrorists had struck again. When Colonel Atilla Altikat, the Turkish military attaché, had stopped at a red light while heading to work along Ottawa River Parkway, a gunman approached his passenger window and fired ten bullets into his head and chest. The Justice Commandos of the Armenian Genocide called news outlets in Montreal and Paris to take credit.
And even then, many of those ordered out of the country never leave. Under the Canadian system, they are allowed to launch appeal after appeal after appeal. Government counterterrorism agencies can spend years building a case against a terrorist, at a cost of over $1-million per investigation. Canada’s immigration system, however, is so cumbersome that few of those arrested ever get deported. The Canadian leader of the Tamil Tigers, Manickavasagam Suresh, was arrested in 1995 as a threat to national security, but in the summer of 2006 he was still here.
In Canada, the group tries to project itself as a charitable organization,” a CSIS report says. “In fact, it remains determined to revive militancy in the Punjab and to that end is actively engaged in fundraising, procurement of sophisticated weapons and equipment, building up its cadres and arranging training for its members. ” Support for the Khalistan movement faded through the 1990s and has all but died, mostly as a result of the aggressive policing in India, although there are still extremist elements in Canada that fervently believe in the cause.