AND OF COURSE THE LEFTARDS OF CANADA WILL BE PLEADING HIS CASE, ANOTHER YOUNG MUSLIM WHO MISUNDERSTANDS ISLAM…
Canadian Authorities Investigating Terror Suspect’s US-Hosted Hate Site
An image showing some of the less offensive content on the anti-semitic website in question
(WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) — According to a report published Sunday by Canadian newspaper the National Post, police are investigating a website recently launched by a Canadian “jihadist” already sought by the Ontario Provincial Police for previous posts made online inciting racial hatred and advocating the genocide of Jews.
According to the Post, the new website is operated by Salman Hossain, a 25-year-old Canadian extremist, previously charged with five hate crimes by Canadian police, who fled the country earlier this year during an investigation into his involvement with the “Toronto 18” terrorists. The charges included two counts of advocating a genocide, and three counts of promoting hatred.
Police have been unable to locate Hossain, but, according to the Post, believe he might be hiding in Bangladesh, where he was born before immigrating to Canada with his parents.
Hossain has been under investigation on and off since 2006 for various online postings advocating terrorism and violence, including genocidal comments about Jews.
The new site, says the Post, includes larger blanket statements about killing all Canadians, calling attacking the west “a very noble cause.”
According to the report, the new website, registered to both Hossain and an organization called Muqawamah Al Islamiya (which translates to Islamic Resistance), and is hosted by US-based hosting provider 1st-amendment.net.
Not much information is available from the 1st-amendment.net website, which appears to promote “free speech web hosting,” but which seems to be only a partly-functioning website.
However, Hossain’s website, located at filthyjewishterrorists.org, would appear to violate the very first comment in the 1st-amendment.net acceptable use policy, which states, “We will not host web sites that support terrorist groups that support violence or illegal activity against the United States, or those on the U.S. Terrorist Watch list.”
The Post says 1st-Amendment.net did not respond to a request for interview.
The Post spoke to a spokesman for the Ontario Provincial Police, who said the organization was looking into the new site to determine what its involvement would be, and its jurisdiction.
It seems most likely that 1st-Amendment.net, which does not appear to be a particularly large or particularly organized company, is in the process of discovering Hossain’s site right now. It would not be surprising if the site is taken down for violating the AUP before long.