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Suspended York student on the run from police

Anti-Semitic website relaunches using a host in Switzerland


 

An anti-Semitic Islamic website setup by an Ontario student who is on the run is now back on the Internet after being shut down earlier this year by a Canadian web-hosting provider.

The web site entitled Filthy Jewish Terrorists was banned earlier this year in Canada after the Ontario Provincial Police said its founder, Salman An-Noor Hossain, used it as a platform to incite genocide against Jews.

The York University student was suspended in March from his studies.

An international arrest warrant for the 25-year-old Bangladeshi-Canadian has been posted on Interpol. The anti-Semitic website relaunched this week using a host in Switzerland and Hossain updated his blog today from an unknown location.

Canada’s spy agency says in a statement it is aware of terrorist web sites based in Canada and continues to monitor individuals and groups who pose a threat to Canadians.

The Canadian Press


 
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Suspended York student on the run from police

  1. “An anti-Semitic Islamic website”

    Interesting how one nutcase represents Islam. There is nothing Islamic about the website. The man is obviously mentally disturbed and it’s a shame that a news agency would term it in that way and then Macleans would happily regurgitate it.

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