Trial for terror suspect
| Saturday, 02.09.2008, 08:20 AM

Moroccan Sad Namouh was in a Quebec court on January 31, charged with editing jihadist propaganda videos, including some showing the interrogation and execution of Iraqi police and others how to make suicide belts.  He is said to have received $800 from a contact in Vienna to buy a weapon.  An RCMP officer claimed that he was involved in terrorist recruitment and was planning himself to become a suicide terrorist.


The RCMP arrested Namouh in September in a town near Montreal where he was living with his Quebec wife.  Information leading to the arrest was provided by Austrian authorities back in July.



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