A Muslim issued death threats at a mosque in Ontario and threatened to shoot its members. You won’t hear much about this news story because the perpetrator was Muslim. But had he been non-Muslim, it would be world news — splashed across every newspaper and broadcast news outlet. We have been whipped into submission, have we not?
Add this latest attack to the long list of Muslims attacking mosques in concert with Muslim faked hate crimes.
It makes one wonder what the motive really was behind the Quebec shooting and why there is a gag order and publication ban on the court proceedings.
Police arrest man who allegedly threatened to shoot members of London, Ont., mosque
Man arrested for uttering death threats at London Muslim Mosque
Norman De Bono, Postmedia Network | March 20, 2017:
A 24-year-old Muslim man was in police custody Sunday after a threatened shooting at the London Muslim Mosque.
The mosque was disrupted after noon prayers by a man whom police say uttered threats when asked to leave.
“Shortly after 1:30 p.m. we received 911 calls from members of the London Mosque indicating there was a male there who had threatened to shoot members of the mosque,” said Staff Sgt. Ryan Scrivens.
“It was of extreme concern. We dispatched multiple officers who arrived there shortly thereafter and we were able to arrest a man.”
No firearm was found.
“He was threatening to come back and shoot members of the mosque,” said Scrivens.
Police aren’t sure why the threat was made. More than 15 officers arrived at the mosque.
Sources close to the mosque, who declined to be identified, dismissed any suggestion of racial or religious violence, saying a man asked for and was given food, but things escalated when he asked for money but wasn’t given any.
No charges had been laid, but the suspect was arrested on suspicion of “uttering threats of causing death,” said Scrivens. Police aren’t looking for anyone else.
“We are now convinced this was an unarmed person,” said Nawaz Tahir, a spokesperson for the mosque.
No increase in mosque security is planned.
“We are in that environment, we have security around the mosque, police assist us regularly with security protocol,” said Tahir.
A Jan. 30 shooting attack on a mosque in Quebec City killed six people dead and wounded 19, making police vigilant whenever they receive a call related to a mosque.
“Given our current climate, in our society, this causes concern,” said Scrivens.
The investigation continues.
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