A Muslim man who left Canada to join ISIS has been arrested in Toronto after a extensive investigation by the RCMP’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team.
RCMP Ontario say Pamir Hakimzadah, 27, was arrested Wednesday for allegedly leaving Canada to take part in terrorism activities.
RCMP charge a man for leaving Canada to participate in activity of terrorist group https://t.co/8jeneC4dhG ^JT
— RCMP, Ontario (@RCMPONT) April 5, 2017
Global News report:
Police said the investigation started in January 2016 after investigators learned Hakimzadah went to Turkey in fall 2014 to join the Islamic State. Officers said he was previously returned to Canada after being detained by Turkish authorities. The RCMP said there wasn’t any public safety risk during the time of the investigation.
The RCMP said Hakimzadah is in custody for “outstanding criminal allegations by the Toronto Police Service.”
Pamir Hakimzadah left Canada to join ISIS in 2014 and was returned to Canada after Turkish authorities arrested him, he will appear in court on Thursday morning.
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