International Extremist Flees Canada, Interpol Asks Your Help
Salman an-Noor Hossain
An international extremist has disappeared from radar recently after Toronto Police issued a warrant for his arrest. The 25-year-old Canadian asks terrorists to attack Canada, and could be anywhere. The closest country to Canada is the U.S. If you see him, Interpol would like to know.
Salman an-Noor Hossain fled Toronto after posting hate speech on a U.S. Arizona extremist website. Charges had just been dropped over prior hate speech because Mr. Hossain was supposedly “rehabilitated.” As it turns out, Mr. Hossain is anything but rehabilitated and may be dangerous.
Authorities became concerned about Hossain when they noticed his increasingly vitriolic internet posts in which he called for terrorist attacks in Canada, cheered the killing of Canadian troops in Afghanistan and urged the genocide of Canada's Jews.
Mr. Hossain has been writing on a U.S.-based conspiracy theory website where he repeatedly urged that Canada's Jews be "exterminated," "slaughtered" and subjected to "mass executions." The website has been shut down.
If you see Mr. Hossain, contact your local police department or the FBI.