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Onko jossain mainittu oli ampujalla oma ja laillinen ase?Aina ei kaikki mene putkeen..
Myöhään maanantai-iltana Hussainin perhe kertoi, että heidän poikansa kärsi vakavista mielenterveysongelmista.– Olemme täysin järkyttyneitä, että meidän poikamme on syyllinen tähän väkivallantekoon. Poikamme on kärsinyt koko elämänsä ajan mielenterveysongelmista, perheen tiedotteessa kerrotaan........................................................
Kanadassa jokaisen aseenomistajan tausta tarkastetaan ja häneen tulee suorittaa ampuma-aseen käyttöön liittyvä turvallisuustesti. Aseet on pidettävä lukittuina ja niitä saa laillisesti kuljettaa kodin ulkopuolella vain erityisluvalla.https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-10319209
https://english.alarabiya.net/en/Ne...ims-responsibility-for-Toronto-shooting-.htmlISIS has claimed responsibility for a shooting in Toronto on Sunday that killed two people and wounded 13, the group's AMAQ news agency said on Wednesday.
The attacker “was a soldier of the ISIS and carried out the attack in response to calls to target the citizens of the coalition countries,” a statement by the group said.
The group did not provide further detail or evidence for its claim.
Last Update: Wednesday, 25 July 2018 KSA 12:27 - GMT 09:27
https://torontosun.com/opinion/colu...in-doctor-behind-the-hussain-family-statementFUREY: Meet the spin doctor behind the Hussain family statement
Anthony FureyMore from Anthony Furey
Published: July 25, 2018
Updated: July 25, 2018 7:15 PM EDT
The man who has presented himself as the point of contact for the family of Faisal Hussain is a professional activist who has reportedly committed himself to “framing a new narrative of Muslims in Canada” and creating a “national political movement.”
Shortly after the Ontario Special Investigations Unit revealed the identity of the Danforth shooter as 29-year-old Faisal Hussain, a news release was sent out to select media attributed to the “Hussain Family”.
The polished statement began with the family’s “deepest condolences to the families who are now suffering on account of our son’s horrific actions.” It then went on to explain that “our son had severe mental health challenges, struggling with psychosis and depression his entire life.”
A statement allegedly from the family of Faisal Hussain
It was provided by Mohammed Hashim, a full-time organizer for the Toronto & York Region Labour Council. Social media accounts belonging to Hashim show him heavily involved in supporting NDP candidates both federally and provincially in Ontario. He’s also described as a driving force behind the National Council of Canadian Muslims.
“His groundbreaking political advocacy, public relations and media work has been widely credited by insiders as framing a new narrative for Muslims in Canada,” says a bio of Hashim connected to an appearance he made at CanRoots 2016, a left-wing activist conference.
The bio continues: “His workshop ‘Progressive organizing in the Muslim communities’ will demonstrate how the GTA Muslim community mobilized in the previous federal election, and laid the groundwork to start building a national political movement.”
Another bio from the 2017 Muslim Awards of Excellence continues this description of Hashim as something of a spin doctor, noting that “his talking points and media advocacy are changing how Muslims are seen in the Canadian identity.”
Faisal Hussain, in an image released by his family (supplied photo)
While there have been cases of high profile individuals hiring PR representatives for crisis management – such as Michael Bryant and Jian Ghomeshi – it’s rare to see it happen with someone not already in the public eye.
The media-savvy Hashim has been featured in stories for a variety of his activities including in his capacity as president of the board for the Erin Mills Youth Centre and as a leader of the Muslim community group DawaNet.
But despite his familiarity with media, Hashim refused to answer questions from the Sun about the Hussain family and his connection with them, including how long he had known them and whether he reached out to them or vice versa.
“I’m sorry I have no comment forthe Toronto Sun,” said Hashim via an online exchange. “I think [Sun columnist] Joe Warmington’s piece was incredibly irresponsible and I have no trust in your organization to convey any truth.”
The Sun printed the Hussain family statement sent out by Hashim in full.
On Monday, Warmington reported that “Hussain apparently had been spoken to by authorities about his online activities. Sources say the Toronto Police, the OPP and the RCMP have all had an interest in the now-deceased alleged shooter.”
Police guard a seventh-floor apartment at 43 Thorncliffe Park Dr. in Toronto, Ont. in the Millwood Rd. and Overlea Blvd. area, awaiting the arrival of a search warrant in connection with Sunday’s mass shooting on Danforth Ave. (Stan Behal/Toronto Sun)
However, Hashim later responded to a separate request for comment from the Sun.
“I am just a friend of the family and have shared their statement as requested. I am not their spokesperson,” Hashim said via email.
“I’m sorry they are not doing any interviews for now.”
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Neljä ihmistä on kuollut ammuskelussa Kanadan Frederictonissa
Julkaistu: 10.8. 15:25
Neljä ihmistä on kuollut perjantaina Kanadan itäosassa sattuneessa ampumavälikohtauksessa, kertoo paikallinen poliisi.
Ampuminen tapahtui Frederictonissa, New Brunswickin provinssin pääkaupungissa. Poliisi on kehottanut alueen ihmisiä pysymään kodeissaan.
Tapauksen yksityiskohdista ei vielä ole tietoa.