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Canada: Muslim who stabbed soldiers had airport Restricted Area access

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No one would have dreamed of trying to determine whether he was a jihadi before allowing him to work at the airport. That would have been something only racist-islamophobic-antimuslim-bigots would do.

Ayanle Hassan Ali74

“Stabbing suspect once had restricted airport security clearance,” by Adam Miller, Global News, March 17, 2016 (thanks to Thomas):

TORONTO — The 27-year-old man accused of stabbing two soldiers at a Canadian Forces recruitment centre previously worked at Toronto’s largest airport and had access to restricted areas.

Ayanle Hassan Ali worked for a third party employer at Toronto Pearson International Airport from December 2008 to March 2009 and possessed a Restricted Area Identification Card, according to the Greater Toronto Airports Authority.

“[Ali] is not an employee of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority nor does he currently work at Toronto Pearson,” a spokeswoman for the organization told Global News.

“We join all Canadians in wishing the injured soldiers a speedy recovery, and in saluting the brave personnel who intervened to defuse the attack.”

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said Ali walked into the office located in a federal government building in north Toronto around 3 p.m. Monday and slashed a male soldier behind the counter in the arm with a “large knife,” then tried and failed to stab a female soldier before being subdued by Forces members, one of whom was injured in the process.

Both soldiers were treated for non-life-threatening injuries and released.

Saunders told reporters Tuesday the accused said at the scene “Allah told me to do this. Allah told me to come here and kill people.”

Police said they believe Ali acted alone in the stabbing but added investigators are looking into any possible connections with terror groups.

Saunders said Ali is a Montreal-born Canadian citizen living in Toronto since 2011. He said the accused had no prior contact with police.

RCMP and federal agencies are involved in the case and terrorism charges aren’t being ruled out, Saunders said.

Ali’s lawyer David Burke told reporters the accused is “very scared right now” and may seek bail. Burke refused to answer questions on his client’s personal life or background. The charge sheet states Ali lives in north Etobicoke in the city’s west end….

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