CONCERNABLE CHARACTERS and THE BAD BOYS LIST
The past Contacts that Adil Charkaoui had with certain individuals proved to be of particular concern to CSIS. His present contacts such as found among Trudeau’s Government Tramps should be of primary concern to CSIS when it comes to facilitating terrorism today.
From the past one such person was Samir Ezzine, a native of Morocco and Canadian citizen since 1993. Through Justice Noel it is learned that Ezzine and Charkaoui have known each other since the summer of 2001 when Charkaoui wanted to purchase a pizzeria. A friend of Charkaoui contacted him for assistance as Ezzine had been in such business prior. Ezzine did so, initiating Adil in the business and even went so far in the operation as to help with the cooking work.
They met on many occasions at the mosque.
Samir Ezzine was interrogated by the CSIS on three occasions. In 1997, he was questioned about his business, about Morocco and with regard to Mr. Saïd Atmani. The other two interrogations were held after the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Ezzine states that he knows Abousfiane Abdelrazik and Raouf Hannachi, claiming that the two men left Canada because they were being constantly harassed by CSIS agents. He added that Abdelrazik returned to the Sudan and Hannachi, whom he had known for four years, returned to Tunisia in October 2001 where he was allegedly tortured. Ezzine stated that Charkaoui knew both Abdelrazik and Raouf Hannachi well enough to shake hands whenever they crossed paths.
Since, Ezzine and Charkaoui supposedly only met in the summer of 2001, and Hannachi fled for Tunisia in October of 2001, it is obvious that Charkaoui had built up a relationship with the two terrorists for some time prior.
Also, of concern to CSIS was Adil’s relationship with Abdellah Ouzghar, a man Ezzine states that he has not personally seen for five years. For the reality of Adil’s’ buddy Ouzghar look at his insert in Bad Boys following. But, first a further bit of testimony before Noel given by Ezzine concerned himself and Adil Charkaoui as ‘respondent’ reaction to it.
“ Another important fact on which Mr. Ezzine testified is the trip to Bosnia he made in 1996. He claims he left for about three months to go and assist victims of the war. He says he paid for his trip from his own resources, that his airplane flight cost him $600 and that he spent about $1,000 to buy food and clothing to donate to the victims. At the time, Mr. Ezzine was working in a restaurant in Montréal and earning a minimum wage of $7.00 an hour. Finally, during his trip, he did not make any friends and did not maintain any contact, he says.
 Another concern appears to me to be what the ministers claim are the contacts the respondent has with certain individuals (Summary of information pursuant to paragraph 78(h) of the Act, Tab B, Exhibit R-3). With the exception of the witness Mr. Ezzine, the evidence as adduced by the respondent is largely silent in this regard. Again, I think the respondent would facilitate his application for release if he were to address this concern.”
Note: Of primary concern were the respondent’s contact with Abousfiane Abdelrazik, Samir Ait Mohamed, Karim Saïd Atmani, Raouf Hannachi and Abdellah Ouzghar.
Mr. Zahaoui, a Canadian citizen since 2001 and a native of Morocco, had known the respondent since the middle of 1998 and considers him a friend. In his affidavit, he explains that he was contacted several times by CSIS agents who wanted to obtain information about the respondent and about Mr. Abdallah Ouzghar and other persons in Montréal whom he knew. Adil Charkaoui maintained a silence surrounding his knowledge and activities of these men. He simply would not respond.
Adil Charkaoui Terrorist Connections via Mosques and Ahmed Ressam the Algerian Terrorist to your left.
Following are some of the characters connected to Charkaoui in light of the case of Ahmed Ressam. The scenario involved fanatical Muslims in Montreal, learning to kill in bin Laden’s camps, plotting to massacre American citizens and should have entailed a dramatic ‘heads up” for Canadian National Security. However, it had no major results for an extended period until the investigation of Adil Charkaoui took place.
Adil Charkaoui was born in Morocco, emigrated to Montreal in 1995, involved himself heavily with the Montreal extremists, became a Canadian Citizen in 2014, and evolved as a figure central to aspects of change for operational facets of both CSIS and the RCMP. We shall be looking at him in-depth in many manners as our Series moves onward.
Abder Raouf Hannachi: This Tunisian became a Canadian citizen in 1986. He was trained in terrorist camps in Afghanistan and in Montreal successfully recruited young men for jihad against the West. He was publicly familiar with Adil Charkaoui to the degree they would shake hands when encountering.
Abdelghani Meskini: The Brooklyn, N.Y. con man who was to help deliver the ‘Ressam Bomb’ from Seattle to Los Angeles.
Abdellah Ouzghar: CSIS questioned Samir Ezzine about this man. Ouzghar is a joint citizen of Canada and Morocco, who was arrested in Canada shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks, on suspicion of ties to terrorist. > Abdellah Ouzghar – Wikipedia > French court papers shed light on fugitive – The Globe and Mail Abdellah Ouzghar, was tried in absentia in Paris, and convicted of supplying false passports to terrorists.
According to Canadian Immigration Reports in May 11, 2010. Ouzghar was promoting jihad at mosque prayer sessions frequented by Adil Charkaoui. Charkaoui is on record stating he came to know Abdellah Ouzghar. This is one of Charkaoui’s documents suppliers.
Abdelmajid Dahoumane: This is Ressam’s Montreal friend that helped contrive the bomb.
Abderrahmane Kherour: Adil’s counsel put in evidence the affidavits of this man. Kherour, a Canadian citizen, a native of Algeria, is a former employee in the respondent’s pizzeria. They had known each other since July 2001, when he began working for the respondent. Mr. Kherour states in his affidavit that in January 2002 he was questioned by a CSIS agent who showed him a photo of an individual identified as Mr. Samir Ezzine.
Abigail Bakan: Abigail Bakan glorifies terrorists. She is both a ruddy anti-Semite and a Marxist. In a protest held in Toronto on July 29, 2006, Bakan criticized the Government of Prime Minister > Stephen Harper for supporting “Israel’s illegal action against the Lebanese and Palestinian people.”
Abu Doha: The Algerian-terrorist ringleader based in London, that was the brains and money behind Ahmed Ressam’s Los Angeles airport plot. Ressam informed on him.
Abu Jaffar: The al-Qaida leader with access to Osama bin Laden who expedited Ressam’s request of bin Laden’s blessing for the airport bombing
Abu Sulieman: He taught bomb-making at the al-Qaeda Darunta training camp. Such were the campgrounds of Adil.
Abousfian Abdelrazik: The Sudanese Canadian who launched a $27-million lawsuit against Ottawa for his own detention. CSIS questioned Samir Ezzine about this man. Abdelrazik alleges federal officials conspired to have him jailed and interrogated in the Sudan and refused to repatriate him to Canada once he was freed. The Charkaoui case was lumped in with his for investigation by the Standing Committee when first launched to determine the security certificates issue. He was familiar with Adil Charkaoui to the degree they would shake hands when encountering.
Abu Zubaydah: This Saudi citizen was thought of as little more than a travel agent for terrorist wannabes making their way to the al-Qaida camps until Ahmed Ressam put a name to him. He was a top aide to bin Laden and is now in U.S. custody. He was the ‘gatekeeper to bin Laden’s training camps’ and man who coordinated the entry of recruits to Afghanistan for Abder Raouf Hannachi our hand shaking buddy of Adil Charkaoui.
Adel Boumezbeur: A member of the Kamel Terrorist Cell in Quebec and Montreal mosque frequenter.
Ahmed Ressam: The Millennial Bomber who attempted to bomb Los Angeles International Airport and was caught trying to cross the U.S. border with a bomb in the trunk of his rental car.
In interviews held in the presence of a lawyer who was representing him Ahmed Ressam instantly and without hesitation identified Adil Charkaoui from two different photographs as a man he knew traveling under the name of Zubeir Al-Maghrebi.
Alan Sears: The professor and professional student activist associate with Abigail Bakan and the rest of her motley crew.
Aziz Zahaoui: “Zahaoui, a Canadian citizen since 2001 and a native of Morocco, has known Adil Charkaoui since the middle of 1998 and considers him a friend. In his affidavit, he explains that he was contacted several times by CSIS agents who wanted to obtain information about the respondent and about Abdallah Ouzghar and other persons in Montréal whom he knew. He says he told the agents that the respondent was a student, that he engaged in sports, that he looked after his business and his family. He says he never stated that the persons he had to identify were terrorists. Zahaoui says he refused to work as an informant but told the CSIS agents that he was prepared to inform on anyone who would do harm in Canada.
He was believed at points in time to be moving about the same circles as Charkaoui.
Fateh Kamel: It is believed he served as third-in-command of a Zenica mujahideen battalion during 1995 in the Bosnian War. He immigrated to Canada in 1987 where he headed the Kamel terrorist cell in Montreal with his links to bin Laden’s al-Qaeda network.
He married a schoolteacher in Quebec, was granted Canadian citizenship in 1993 and owned a Craft Store in Montreal.
He traveled extensively and in 1991 he is believed to have attended an Afghan training camp, and then returned to Montreal where he stole money and identity documents to support his group’s plans to bomb Parisian metro stations.
The Algerian-Canadian, Fateh Kamel was arrested in Jordan on March 1999 on charges of supporting a terrorist plot against attacks against French targets in Paris. He was convicted and sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment for providing false passports in support of terrorism.
He was released early for good behavior and returned to Montreal in January 2005, where he was living with his wife and son until Canada brought deportation orders against him.
When Kamel returned to Canada on January 29, 2005. Conservative Public Safety critic Peter MacKay urged the government to revoke his citizenship and deport the “bad dude” to Algeria.
Five months after returning to Canada, Kamel applied for a passport explaining that he needed to fly to Thailand on a business trip. On November 30, Pierre Pettigrew wrote an internal memo suggesting the application be denied. The Harper government exercised Royal prerogative when it denied Kamel a new passport. In March 2008, Federal Court justice Simon Noel ruled that this had infringed Kamel’s rights under the Canadian Charter,
However, the ruling was set aside by the Federal Court of Appeal in January 2009 in which the court unanimously agreed the denial of passport on national security ground is justified, despite the arguments of lawyer Johanne Doyon. Kamel launched an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada but the court declined to hear his case and thus ends the legality challenge of the Canadian Passport Order.
In 2010, Kamel attempted to re-apply for a Canadian Passport but was once again refused by the Minister on grounds of national security. He sought judicial review but was dismissed by the Federal Court and subsequently, by the Federal Court of Appeal in 2013.
Where is he now? Dead or alive? In Algeria, Canada or elsewhere? Perhaps he is alive and being fed by the government allotted Charkaoui support funds?
Fouzia Ouahid: The wife of Charkaoui. She was a Moroccan French teacher pick up on one of his first trips.
Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi: who ran the al-Qaeda Khalden training camp.
Johanne Doyon: A first counsel for Charkaoui – associated with Julius Grey
Karim Said Atmani: He is another Moroccan that was living illegally in Montreal since 1995. Also known as Abu Ishamor Abu Hisham, he is a document-forger for the Groupe Islamique Armé and shared an apartment with Ahmed Ressam. Karim Said Atmani was identified by authorities as the document forger for a group of Algerians accused of plotting bombings. He is a former roommate of Ahmed Ressam, the man arrested at the Canadian-U.S. border in mid-December with a carload of explosives, according to authoritative Western sources. Atmani has been a frequent visitor to Bosnia, most recently a few days after Ressam’s arrest.
He frequently traveled to Bosnia and held both Bosnian and Moroccan passports. In Bosnia he fought in an Arab brigade led by Abdelkader Mokhtari, another veteran of the GIA. Evan Kohlmann claimed that, in addition, in 1994 and 1995, he “was officially tasked with organizing the transfer of foreign fighters to Bosnia from staging points in Milan and elsewhere in Europe.”
Kohlmann claimed he was Fateh Kamel‘s “right hand man”, and was also close to Abu el-Ma’ali. According to Kohlmann, Italian police found evidence of telephone calls between Atmani and el-Ma’ali, when they raided Milan’s Islamic Cultural Institute. According to Kohlmann, during a 1995 raid of Sheikh Anwar Shaaban‘s office they found a fraudulent passport bearing Atmani’s photo.
After being convicted of colluding with Osama bin Laden by a French court, he was released early for good behavior. He is believed to have returned to Bosnia following his release.
In 1999, he was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Niagara on the Lake, along with an associate believed to be smuggling guns. After being deported by Canada and escorted to Sarajevo, he traveled to Istanbul, then returned to Sarajevo before dropping out of sight.
Adil Charkaoui knew and had frequent contacts with this man. He is one of Adil’s document suppliers.
Khalil Deek: The Palestinian computer engineer and al-Qaida operative, arrested on suspicion of plotting to kill American tourists in the Holy Land.
Layla Sawaf: Principal of a private school that she founded in 2000, testified that Charkaoui was an excellent French teacher. He was very well-liked by the students, but she had to let him go because Charkaoui’s had problems with the government preventing him from obtaining a teaching permit.
Larbi Ouazzani (Quazzani): A Canadian citizen of Moroccan origin and brother in law that expressed his concern to Noel about Charkaoui’s trip to Pakistan. He has known Charkaoui since his marriage to Foujzia Ouahid, who is his wife’s cousin. As the first person to testify in favour of the respondent, he was raising doubts about the reasons for Adil’s Pakistan and or religious studies trip.
He continued as a contributor to the bail offered for the applicant and acts in some format as a supervisor for Charkaoui with bail release. As a supervisor, he claims that Charkaoui was concerned about complying with his conditions.
Marie McAndrews: She was just another dhimmi professor of Charkaoui in 2003.
Mohammedou Ould Slahi: The Osama bin-Laden courier who immigrated to Canada in November of 1999. He studied at the École Polytechnique de Montréal and during Ramadan he led prayers at the Al Sunna mosque, where members of a North African terror cell came to pray. The members of the Kamel Terrorist Cell located here were drawn largely from Montreal’s Algerian community.
Slahi lived in Montreal from November 1999 to January 2000, during which the Ressam millennial plots were thwarted. Slahi was suspected of involvement in the attempted LAX bombing and was investigated by CSIS.
Due to the scrutiny, Slahi returned to live in Mauritania. Ultimately, he became a prisoner and a part of the Guantanamo Bay Islamic propaganda fiasco.
Mohammed Rifatt: The radicalized Rosemount student of Charkaoui that was publicly exposed in 2015.
Mourad Ikhlef: Another Montreal roommate of Ressam that is claimed to have aided his bomb construction. Ikhlef had fled Algeria in 1992 just before he was convicted, in absentia, of helping to detonate a bomb in the Algiers airport that killed 11 and injured more than 100.
He arrived in Canada in 1993 and obtained refuges status in 1994. Based on allegations of past involvement with the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) of his native Algeria, as well as a connection to Ahmed Ressam a security certificate was issued in 2001, and on December 12 he was arrested in his home city of Montreal. He was deported to Algeria on February 28, 2003.
In 1994, Nabil Ikhlef, his brother also sought entry to Canada as a refugee but was declined. Nevertheless, he was granted a permanent resident status, and the two brothers would often meet with Ahmed Ressam, Fateh Kamal and other local Algerians.
Both were believed to be al-Qaeda operatives with training in weapons and explosives. And these are the types of associates that Adil would join with for coffee and snacks.
Mokhtar Haouari: This is the Algerian Canadian credit-card thief who provided money for Ressam. He was sentenced to 24-year imprisonment following the Millennial plot, after investigators traced one of Ahmed Ressam’s credit cards to him. He also provided Ressam with a fake Quebec drivers license.
Philippe Gélinas: The martial arts teacher that attests t he has known the respondent for about two years, from his enrollment in the Académie d’Arts Martiaux Culturels Gélinas. He stated that Charkaoui was not a novice when he enrolled, but that he wanted to improve so he could give some courses.
Ms. Radwan: Charkaoui’s mother. When going for complete removal of bail conditions she explained the difficulties her husband has experienced as a supervisor over the last four years, given he had to accompany Adil everywhere he went, whether it be to the university, doing errands or driving the children to school. Her husband had to leave his employment as a machinist because of his supervisory duties, which did not leave him enough time to work. She whined that the financial impact was so great they could no longer afford to continue like this.
Samir Ait Mohamed: A former law student whose diabetes had kept him from going to terrorist training camps. In a plot with Ressam in 1999 he desired to bomb the predominantly Jewish area of Outremont. Their stated choice of explosives was to be a bomb on a gasoline truck.
The plot never came to fruition, but knowledge of it came out through the Ressam investigations.
You encounter this character involved with other actors that facilitated the out of country ventures of Adil Charkaoui
Zacarias Moussaoui: A French national of Moroccan descent who had frightened flight-school trainers in Minneapolis by insisting on learning to steer a jumbo jet while showing no interest in learning to take off or land.
He pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court to conspiring to kill citizens of the United States as part of the September 11 attacks. As a result of his conviction, he is serving six life sentences without parole at the Federal ADX Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.
If this man had been investigated properly 9-11 may have been avoided. He was identified after the fact by Ressam as a trainee from Osama bin Laden’s Khalden camp. Ressam also identified our boy Adil as such an avid camper as well.
These are some of the unsavory associates and BUDDIES of Jihad Justin and our Animal Adil Charkaoui.
We shall move onward in Series-9 mapping the tracks of the Terrorist Adil Charkaoui.
It certainly would be a blessing to our nation if the Government somehow came to its senses and had Adil Charkaoui behind bars and Trudeau under charges of Treason before I finished this series.
I believe it is a righteous action with God if this were done RIGHT NOW.
Galatians 4:16 Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?
Only if you are a Muslim jihadist or dimwit dhimmi!