Al-Qaeda suspect released

Another of the 21 Pakistani and Indian immigrants taken into custody in Toronto, suspected of possible links to al-Qaeda, has been released. Muhammad Naheem is the third person set free by Canada’s Immigration Review Board, which ruled there are no reasonable grounds to believe he is part of a possible al-Qaeda sleeper cell.

The 34-year-old doctor has been locked up for two weeks. He has been trying to get his licence to practise in Canada, but he was arrested and charged with using bogus school documents in order to stay in the country. Naheem, 34, admits to faking his address once, but only to get cheaper car insurance. Full Story

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