Hisham Saadi, 47, a Lebanese Muslim student, has been charged with carrying out an anti-Muslim hoax regarding terrorist activity and bomb threats aimed at Muslims students at Concordia University in Montreal last Wednesday.
CBC (h/t Richard S) The operation came a day after three buildings at Concordia’s busy downtown campus were evacuated. A letter (below) saying explosive devices were placed in various areas of the school was sent to a number of Montreal media outlets, including CBC News.
Saadi was arrested around 1:30 a.m. ET Thursday after officers, including members of the force’s tactical and canine units, descended on an apartment on Darlington Avenue near Goyer Street in the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood, said Const. Benoit Boisselle.
CBC spoke to the man who sublet his apartment to Saadi who said Saadi was a PhD student in economics at Concordia. He had met Saadi at Concordia to pick up a rent cheque. “I think he has [Canadian] citizenship,” he said. “He has been here for many years,” the man said, adding that Saadi is of Lebanese origin.
Listen to the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Muslim Student Association (MSA) clown (below) ignore the fact that a Muslim made the threat. He thinks it will encourage more non-muslim students to want to learn more about his filthy death cult.