Canada's Terrorist: Enemy of the Crown
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
An accused Islamic Terrorist caught "Dead to Rights" in his emails professing destruction of the free world and desire to be with Osama Bin Laden, along with other hard evidence certainly is unclear of the concept when it comes to proof, as accused Terrorist Mohammad Momin plead s "not guilty" on all charges.
Perhaps some could call it bravado of a young man trying to impress others with his boasting, but when 5 other of his associates in Britain are hell bent in carrying out the death of the civilian population, all boasting stops being bravado and the seriousness of his crimes begin in what can be a lifetime behind bars with no chance of parole as his anguished parents unaware their son was sits accused as a mastermind in terrorism sit and wonder "Are they talking about our son"?
Enemy of the Crown
First man charged under Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act pleads not guilty on all seven counts
By DONNA CASEY, SUN MEDIA
Mohammad Momin Khawaja wanted to wage jihad on the non-Muslim world.
That became increasingly clear to the young Pakistani woman the 29-year-old Orleans man started e-mailing in the fall of 2003.
Zenab Khan believed Khawaja was looking for a devout Muslim woman to marry.
But the correspondence between the pair quickly turned into a chilling manifesto for an alleged terrorist who said he idolized Osama bin Laden and wished "to kiss his blessed hand."
In one e-mail, Khawaja told his prospective bride he wanted to move to an Islamic nation to fight "in the face of the militarily stronger enemy."