Canada: Muslim migrant student triggers evacuation of college by setting off incendiary devices in college building


No press coverage on this, of course. Nothing to see here, according to the enemedia. Just another Muslim trying to kill people with incendiary devices. This was a terror attack. Nasradin Ali built fire bombs and clearly intended to cause devastation and death. Yet all he has been charged with is arson. Nasradin Ali built at least three “improvised incendiary devices” with “inflammatory devices attached to an ignition.” Why no terrorism charges? And notice how this article makes him into the victim: “He’s from Somalia,” explained Rudd, “and I know other Somalians and I know other kids, even though they’re in their 20s now, have lived with tremendous trauma.”

Lots of people live with tremendous trauma and never set off fire bombs.

“What we know about the Langara College firebombing suspect,” by Penny Daflos, CTV News, April 2, 2019 (thanks to Frank):

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The 23 year-old Surrey resident charged with two arson-related counts after an incident that triggered the evacuation of Langara College Monday is alternately described as violent and polite by a former co-worker.

Jeanne Rudd used to work with Nasradin Ali at a temp agency, where the Langara student found part-time work. She’s named as a complainant in court documents charging with Ali for theft under $5,000 and uttering threats. Rudd said the incident was a misunderstanding that was cleared up at her urging.

“If it was me accused of fraud I would’ve lost my temper too,” said Rudd, who alleges Ali threatened her and yanked a computer off her counter in a mixup over a timesheet at The Employment Specialist in January of 2018.

But Rudd also says Ali apologized for his alleged outburst and was unfailingly polite before and after the incident that saw Ali charged. The charges were stayed and the case never went to trial.

“He’s from Somalia,” explained Rudd, “and I know other Somalians and I know other kids, even though they’re in their 20s now, have lived with tremendous trauma.”

There are several allegations online that Ali had clashed with students and faculty leading up to Monday’s dual fire-bombs triggered at the south Vancouver campus. Investigators found a third device, all of which Vancouver police describe as “improvised incendiary devices” with “inflammatory devices attached to an ignition.” They say someone easily could’ve been hurt….

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