The accused A car-ram attack On June 6, he killed four members of a Muslim family
Canada, Charged with “terrorism”, announced investigators and the trial on Monday. The 20-year-old suspect, Nathaniel Weldman, appeared briefly Monday in a court in London, southern Ontario.
At the first hearing last week, the prime minister was charged with four counts of premeditated murder and attempted murder following an attack described as an “act of terrorism”. Justin Trudeau. “The attorney general at the federal and provincial levels has given their consent to launch terrorist activities, accusing the murders and even attempted murders of creating terrorist activities,” the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP, Federal Police) said in a statement after the investigation. .
An action “premeditated and planned, motivated by hatred”
The young man, who has no affiliation with an extremist organization with no criminal record, said he does not currently have a lawyer. Nathaniel Weldman is due to appear again at the June 21 hearing. At the time of his arrest, he was wearing a bulletproof vest and a helmet-like garment. According to London Police, the defendant allegedly “deliberately planned and planned, hate-induced” to deliberately obscure the Afzal family as part of an act. Five members of the same family were attacked while waiting to cross at a crossroads in the city of London, 200 kilometers southwest of Toronto. Both parents, their 15-year-old daughter and her grandmother were killed, but their 9-year-old son, who was critically injured, survived.
Little Fais was able to leave the hospital, where he was cared for by his family members, several Canadian media outlets revealed Monday. The boy “needs to recover, but it will take time,” Afzal’s family member Sabur Khan told the CBC. New qualifications were also welcomed Terrorists Against the suspect, it was said by several leaders of the Muslim community. The two jackpots launched at the crude funding sites raised more than two million Canadian dollars (35 1.35 million) on Monday evening, especially in support of the smaller Foyce.
The importance of qualifying for action
“I think it’s very important for us to talk about an act of terrorism,” Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister responded Monday. Christia Freeland. “It is important for us to recognize that this is an act of Islamophobia, and it is important for us to identify the terrible threat posed by white supremacy to Canada and Canadians,” he told a news conference. Last week, Canadian MPs passed a resolution to hold an emergency summit on Islamophobia by the end of July.
The play is a deadly attack on Muslims in Canada Shooting at the Quebec Mosque Who killed six people in 2017. The Canadian hegemonic culprit was not charged with a terrorist act. The attack showed widespread support and solidarity with the relatives of the victims.