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#AceNewsDesk – Canada: Intel agency CSIS tight-lipped on whereabouts of spy accused of smuggling girls for ISIS: CSIS tight-lipped on whereabouts of spy accused of smuggling girls for ISIS,โ€ by Cosmin Dzsurdzsa, True North News, September 18, 2022:

Troubling news continues to come from Canada under Justin Trudeau: Canada has not only allegedly smuggled teens into the territory

Canada also has a secret visa program that was exposed in 2019, which grants visas to war criminals & terrorist security threats The media did probe that one, as it was Global News that exposed the story in the first place. But followup was stopped by the Trudeau government, โ€œbecause thereโ€™s almost no information available about the program, and the government refuses to answer questions.โ€ The Trudeau government is doing the same now in this stunning case of Canadaโ€™s collaboration with the Islamic State.

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is tight-lipped on whether a former informant accused of trafficking three UK teens to become Islamic State extremists has re-entered Canada.

According to the Globe and Mail, sources familiar with the story told the outlet that Mohammed al-Rashed recently left a Turkish prison on Aug. 5 after being held there since 2015 on various charges including terrorism.

Turkey wanted al-Rashed โ€“ who was recruited by CSIS as a spy in 2013 โ€“ out of their country. al-Rashed was to be sent to Syria or on the other hand released to Canada but now CSIS is refusing to reveal whether he is in Canada.

โ€œAs you can expect, CSIS cannot comment on investigations, methodologies or activities in order to maintain the integrity of operations,โ€ CSIS spokesperson Brandon Champagne told the outlet.

โ€œThere are important limits to what CSIS can confirm or deny given the need to protect sensitive techniques, methods and sources of intelligence.โ€

Upon his arrest by Turkish authorities, al-Rashed claimed that CSIS was going to relocate him after he was freed from his sentence. When questioned by reporters, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino also gave a murky response on al-Rashedโ€™s whereabouts.โ€ฆ

#AceNewsDesk report โ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆ..Published: Sept.23: 2022:

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