Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Jihad Terror Attack in Ottawa Ontario shooter is michael zehaf-bibeau a convert to islam


FOX NEWS: Jihad Gunmen open fire at Canadian Parliament building; soldier down, 1 shooter possibly on loose. 
Multiple gunmen opened fire at the Canadian Parliament complex Wednesday, shooting at least one soldier and spraying as many as 30 shots inside the government building in Ottawa and leaving the nation's capital on virtual lockdown just two days after a terror attack in Quebec, officials said.
The shots rang out just before 10 a.m., and were quickly followed by reports of "several shooting incidents in downtown Ottawa," according to a tweet from police. The shooting at the government complex came after witnesses said they saw two men jump out of a Toyota Corolla and run toward the National War Memorial, where one opened fire on a soldier, officials told the Ottawa Sun. The gunmen then ran to the Parliament building, where witnesses later said they saw one gunman down near the library. Bernard Trottier, a Toronto-area MP, tweeted that the gunman inside Centre Block "has been shot and killed.” The other was reportedly being sought. Veteran Affairs Minister Julian Fantino told QMI Agency that Parliament’s sergeant-at-arms, Kevin Vickers, shot one gunman dead.







This shocking shooting comes on the heels of Monday’s car attack that killed one soldier and injured another in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu by extremist Martin Rouleau, who was under watch by the RCMP and had his passport seized when he tried to fly to Turkey to join ISIS. Just last month, Public Safety minister Steven Blaney tabled his report “2014 Public Report On The Terrorist Threat To Canada” and warned “terrorism remains the leading threat to Canada’s national security.” Law enforcement and U.S. government sources tell CBS News the dead shooting suspect is Michael Zehaf-Bibeau reportedly of Algerian descent and a convert to Islam, he is 32 years old born in 1982, and he is believed to be Canadian-born. Ottawa police spokesman Chuck Benoit said two or three gunmen may have been involved in the attack. Gilles Michaud, assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, called it a "dynamic, unfolding situation."


Choudary's followers have been connected to a number of militant plots in Britain in recent years and Michael Adebolajo, one of the men who killed British soldier Lee Rigby on a London street last year, had attended protests he had organised (pictured standing behind Choudary at a rally in 2007)
The terror convert who stormed Canada's parliament and shot dead a soldier this week was influenced by the teachings of British hate-preacher Anjem Choudary, it has been claimed. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed his government's headquarters in Ottowa and opened fire on Wednesday morning, gunning down Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a 24-year-old father, as he stood guard at the War Memorial. Choudary's Al-Muhajiroun followers have been connected to a number of militant plots in Britain in recent years and Michael Adebolajo, (photo above on L) one of the men who killed British soldier Lee Rigby on a London street last year, had attended Al-Muhajiroun protests he had organised. He was also one of nine men arrested last month on suspicion of encouraging terrorism, and supporting the banned organisation Al-Muhajiroun, but was released without charge.



Al-Muhajiroun in New York City written by private investigator Bill Warner: On September 10th, 2005 I had accompied a BBC News crew led by investigative reporter Richard Watson to the Islamic Center of Queens aka Masjid al-Fatima (see video here) in search of links to al-Qaeda terrorist Moahmmed Junaid Barber and Sajeel Shahid. While we were waiting to interview the Mosques founder Brother Aqeel Khan a group of Muslim men arrived in an old GMC “Jimmy” SUV. The Islamic radicals had come from Baltimore Maryland to the Islamic Center of Queens aka Masjid al-Fatima to request money for a project they were undertaking,
Video See http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_4380000/newsid_4382600/4382686.stm?bw=nb&mp=rm&news=1


In 1999 according to Richard Watson on BBC’s Newsnight – Omar Bakri Mohammed wanted to expand Al Muhajiroun’s operations. He sent an envoy to New York, called Sajil Shahid. It was in New York that Shahid, a Dutch/Pakistani, met Mohammed Junaid Babar, whose testimony would later help to convict the Operation Crevice members. In New York in the mid-1990s, the Queens Islamic Center, based at the Masjid al-Fatima on 37th Avenue, Woodside, had been taken over by radicals from Hizb ut-Tahrir.



Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com