Two men accused of planning to carry out an al Qaeda-supported attack against a passenger train traveling between Canada and the United States will make their first court appearance on Tuesday, police said.
The hearing in Toronto's Old City Hall Court comes a day after the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced they had arrested 30-year-old Chiheb Esseghaier of Montreal and 35-year-old Raed Jaser of Toronto.
The two men face charges of "receiving support from al Qaeda elements in Iran" to carry out an attack and conspiring to murder people on a VIA railway train in the greater Toronto area, Assistant Police Commissioner James Malizia said.FULL STORY
That comment didn't post? Which word can't I sat: "soft," "on," or "terrorism?"
Its entirely at the discretion of CNN @JI-F.
In this 'plot', we should take the 'Iran connection' with a pinch of salt. That has been tried before embarrassing US.
Saywhat, this is a Canadian investigation, and the Canadian authorities found the Iranian link.
The 'train' was supposed to be headed to US.
My point however was that politicians and lobbies here should not go along with the assumption in their haste to score something.