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محمد خضير وألكسندر بوسينيت أطلقا النار على مسجد بكندا.. وهذه جنسيات الضحايا أغلبها عربية

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2018.06.20 09:10

 

 

 

 

ألقت الشرطة الكندية القبض على منفذي إطلاق الرصاص، مساء الأحد 29 يناير/كانون الثاني 2017، داخل مسجد في مدينة كيبيك شمال شرق كندا، التي راح ضحيتها 6 قتلى و 8 جرحى.

أحد أئمة المساجد، قال لـ"هافينغتون بوست عربي" إن الضحايا هم: مغربي، وجزائريان، وآخر من تونس، والأخير من أصول إفريقية، لم يحددها بعد.

والتونسي الذي لقي حتفه هو بوبكر الثابتي، الذي أكدت خبر وفاته زوجته وقريب له يقيم بكندا، في اتصال هاتفي مع عائلته بتونس، بحسب الصحف التونسية.

وهو متزوج وله طفلان من مواليد 1972، وقد ذهب إلى كندا في إطار الهجرة الشرعية للعمل.

وقد سُلّم مرتكب العملية الإرهابية في مسجد بمدينة كيبيك الكندية نفسه للسلطات وأدلى باعترافاته، وتم القبض أيضاً على شخص ثانٍ من أصل مغربي يشتبه في كونه الشريك الذي دخل المسجد للاستطلاع قبل تنفيذ العملية.

ذكرت وكالة الأنباء الكندية LCN أن منفذي العمل هما محمد خضير و ألكسندر بوسينيت وهما طالبان بجامعة لافال، وعمرهما 27 سنة.

وبدأت عملية الاعتداء بعد صلاة العشاء في أثناء تقديم درس داخل المسجد، وكان بالمسجد عدد كبير من الأطفال في الطابق العلوي، وكان المقبوض عليه يحمل ترسانة من الأسلحة.

يذكر أن المتهم المذكور قد هدد سابقاً بوضع رأس خنزير أمام بابه في يوليو/تموز من العام الماضي.

ألقت الشرطة الكندية القبض على منفذي العملية الإرهابية بعد دقائق من تنفيذها في مسجد كيبيك الكبير.

الإرهابي الأول تم إلقاء القبض عليه في محيط المسجد، بينما الثاني استطاع أن يفر في سيارته وهي من ماركة ميتسوبيشي، رمادية اللون.

وبعد وصوله إلى جزيرة أوليان (على بعد نحو 20 كيلومتراً)، قام بالاتصال بالرقم 911 وأعلن اعترافه بالعملية الإجرامية.

وتوجهت سيارات الشرطة إلى المكان وأغلقت الشوارع المؤدية إلى سيارة الإرهابي، والذي خرج من سيارته وسلّم نفسه قائلاً: "إنه يشعر بعقدة ذنب مما قام به، وكان على وشك أن ينتحر، لكنه قرر أن يسلم نفسه للسلطات المعنية"، بحسب الصحافة في مقاطعة الكيبيك.

وقد عثرت الشرطة في سيارة المتهم على سلاح AK47، إضافة إلى مسدس آخر.

وكان رئيس حكومة مقاطعة الكيبيك، فيليب كويار، قد عقد مؤتمراً صحفياً مباشرة بعد الحادث، رفقة وزير الداخلية ورئيس بلدية الكيبيك.

وقال كويار ذو الأصول الفرنسية مخاطباً الجالية الإسلامية: "أنتم في دياركم، مرحباً بكم، كلنا كيبيكيُّون".

تسلسل أحداث إطلاق النار

 

- حسب شهود عيان، في حدود السابعة والربع، بعد مرور وقت قصير على انتهاء صلاة العشاء، دخل اثنان يلبسان الأسود ويغطيان وجْيهما إلى مسجد كيبيك الكبير وصرخا: "الله أكبر" ثم فتحا النار في الطابق الأول المخصص للرجال، حيث يوجد في الطابق الثاني النساء والأطفال، فانبطح العديد منهم على الأرض، لكن كان لدى المهاجمين الوقت الكافي ليغيروا مخازن السلاح عدة مرات، فقتلوا 6 وجرحوا 8، ولاذا بالفرار.

- دقائق بعد إطلاق النار، سارعت قوات الشرطة وسيارات الإسعاف إلى مكان الحادث، حيث تم إغلاق الطرق المؤدية إلى المسجد وتمت ملاحقة المتهمين، حيث أٌلقي القبض على المهاجم الأول، بينما الثاني سلّم نفسه على بُعد 20 كيلومتراً من الحادث.

- حسب مصادر راديو كندا، فإن أحد المهاجمين طالب في جامعة لافال ومن أصول مغربية، والثاني لم يتم الكشف عن هويته حتى هذه اللحظة.

- وتعيش كندا بشكل عام والكيبيك بشكل خاص، حالة من الهلع والترقب، حيث إنه لأول مرة تتعرض البلاد لحادث بهذا الحجم والضحية هم من المسلمين، وسيتم اتخاذ إجراءات شديدة؛ من أجل تطويق الحادث

Police arrest two students – one of Moroccan origin - over the murder of six peop shot dead in a Quebec City mosque carnage a day after Canadian PM condemned Trump immigration ban 

  • Two students have been arrested in Quebec for a deadly shooting at a mosque which killed six people
  • Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed Khadir were named by local media as the suspects on Monday
  • Six men aged between 39 and 60 were killed inside the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center
  • Five people are in critical condition, another 12 suffered less serious injuries and 39 escaped unharmed 
  • Witnesses told how they heard shouts of Allahu akbar in Quebecois accents from the masked shooters
  • One suspect called police to confess to his crime and was found with handgun and two AK-47s in his jeep
  • On Monday he led police to a house in a residential street ten minutes away from where the shooting occurred
  • The attack came amid global condemnation of US President Donald Trumps Muslim travel ban
  • President Trump has not commented on the Quebec attack and spent Monday morning defending his immigration ban on Twitter

Two students including one of Moroccan origin have been arrested for the slaughter of six people at a Quebec mosque which came a day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Donald Trumps Muslim travel ban.

Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, and Mohamed Khadir were named by local media as the two suspects shortly after the attack at Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center at around 8pm on Sunday night.

The gunmen opened fire on worshipers as they prayed, shouting Alluhu akbar as they sprayed the room of men with bullets.

Six men aged between 39 and 60 were killed at the scene and five remain in a critical condition in intensive care at Quebecs Hôpital de lEnfant-Jésus. Twelve others had less serious injuries and another 39 escaped unharmed.

Khadir was arrested at the scene but Bissonnette fled in his Mitsubishi. He was arrested 15 miles away later after calling 911 to turn himself in, Le Soleil reports.  Police searched his home in the nearby suburb Cap Rouge overnight. They were seen searching Khadirs apartment on Monday. 

Both of the suspects are students at the citys Université Laval which said it would cooperate with police in any way it can. 

The shooting came as protests erupted across the US in response to President Donald Trumps Muslim immigration ban which Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned earlier on Sunday. 

Quebec Police have given no suggested motive for the killings but confirmed it was being treated as an act of terror. They are also looking in to whether a pigs head left outside the mosque last year is connected to Sundays killings.

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Crime scene: Gunmen opened fire on worshippers as they prayed at Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center at around 8pm on Sunday in an attack branded cowardly and barbaric. Police officers were pictured at the scene overnight

Crime scene: Gunmen opened fire on worshippers as they prayed at Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center at around 8pm on Sunday in an attack branded cowardly and barbaric. Police officers were pictured at the scene overnight

A police officer stood guard at the mens entrance to the mosque, one of the largest in Quebec, late on Sunday night as forensic investigations continued 

A police officer stood guard at the mens entrance to the mosque, one of the largest in Quebec, late on Sunday night as forensic investigations continued 

Quebec City Police continued to work at the scene late into the night on Sunday as investigators questionedthe two suspects

Quebec City Police continued to work at the scene late into the night on Sunday as investigators questionedthe two suspects

People gathered on mounds of snow outside the mosque as police taped off the scene on Sunday night 

People gathered on mounds of snow outside the mosque as police taped off the scene on Sunday night 

The 27-year-olds Mitsubishi was pursued towards Félix-Leclerc highway before he stopped the vehicle himself. He is said to have had at least one handgun and two weapons that resembled AK-47s on his back seat. The same website says searches have since taken place at two addresses in the city. 

One of the victims has been named as Abdelkrim Hassen, a married father of three who worked in IT for the government. Prime Minister Trudeau has described the mass killing as a terrorist attack on Muslims.

We condemn this terrorist attack on Muslims in a center of worship and refuge. 

While authorities are still investigating and details continue to be confirmed, it is heart-wrenching to see such senseless violence. Diversity is our strength, and religious tolerance is a value that we, as Canadians, hold dear.

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau (pictured yesterday celebrating Vancouvers Chinatown Spring Festival) has described the mass killing as a terrorist attack on Muslims

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau (pictured yesterday celebrating Vancouvers Chinatown Spring Festival) has described the mass killing as a terrorist attack on Muslims

Muslim-Canadians are an important part of our national fabric, and these senseless acts have no place in our communities, cities and country. 

Canadian law enforcement agencies will protect the rights of all Canadians, and will make every effort to apprehend the perpetrators of this act and all acts of intolerance.

Tonight, we grieve with the people of Ste-Foy and all Canadians.

Vigils were been planned to take place on Monday across the country as the first harrowing details of the shooting emerged.

Witnesses told how the gunmen burst into the mosque dressed in black waterproof jackets shouting Allahu akbar at around 8pm.  

One man who tried to stop them was shot in the face, Hamid Nadji told 24hours. One of the gunmen left the building twice to reload his weapon, he added.     

Most of those inside the building were men praying on the ground floor while women and children were upstairs.  

The mosques president Mohamed Yangui was left in total shock by the killings. Why is this happening here? This is barbaric, he said. 

Worshiper Ali Hamadi said he left the mosque a few minutes before the shooting but that his friend, married father-of-three Abdelkrim Hassen, died in the attack.   

A large police presence remained at the mosque on Sunday as investigators continued to work inside and around the city 

A large police presence remained at the mosque on Sunday as investigators continued to work inside and around the city 

Two students from the citys Universite Laval were arrested on Sunday but police are yet to reveal a possible motive. They remained at the mosque on Monday 

Two students from the citys Universite Laval were arrested on Sunday but police are yet to reveal a possible motive. They remained at the mosque on Monday 

As investigators continued to work at the mosque on Monday (above) police were led to a home in a residential street 10 minutes away by one of the suspects 

As investigators continued to work at the mosque on Monday (above) police were led to a home in a residential street 10 minutes away by one of the suspects 

Ambulances and police riot vans flocked to the mosque after news of the attack spread shortly after 8pm

Ambulances and police riot vans flocked to the mosque after news of the attack spread shortly after 8pm

Mohamed Oudghiri normally attends prayers but missed todays prayers. He told the press We are not safe here

Mohamed Oudghiri normally attends prayers but missed todays prayers. He told the press We are not safe here

A man holds a sign that reads la paix pas la guerre or peace, not war near a Quebec city mosque after the deadly shooting

A man holds a sign that reads la paix pas la guerre or peace, not war near a Quebec city mosque after the deadly shooting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the shooting that killed six a terrorist attack on Muslims

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the shooting that killed six a terrorist attack on Muslims

The gunmen attacked the mosque around 8pm Sunday evening while around 50 people prayed inside

The gunmen attacked the mosque around 8pm Sunday evening while around 50 people prayed inside

Archbishop of Quebec Cardinal Gerald LaCroix wept as he was embraced by Pope Francis on Monday at the Santa Marta Residence at the Vatican 

Archbishop of Quebec Cardinal Gerald LaCroix wept as he was embraced by Pope Francis on Monday at the Santa Marta Residence at the Vatican 

Quebec Police addressed the media on Monday, confirming two people had been arrested for the killings. They said investigations were ongoing but would not reveal what the suspects possible motive was 

Quebec Police addressed the media on Monday, confirming two people had been arrested for the killings. They said investigations were ongoing but would not reveal what the suspects possible motive was 

Quebec Prime Minister Philippe Couillard (right) issued a message to Muslim citizens on Monday in the wake of the attack, telling them at a press conference: We are with you, this is your home, we are all Quebecers 

Quebec Prime Minister Philippe Couillard (right) issued a message to Muslim citizens on Monday in the wake of the attack, telling them at a press conference: We are with you, this is your home, we are all Quebecers 

Police stood guard at the mens entrance to the mosque on Monday after putting up a perimeter the night before. Surete de Quebec confirmed the incident was being investigated as a terrorist attack and that teams including bomb squads had been deployed. 

The mayor of Gatineau, Quebec said there will be heightened security at mosques in the city after the attack.

Francois Deschamps, a member of a refugee-support group in Quebec City, said right-wing groups are very organized in Quebec City and distribute fliers at the university and plaster stickers around town.

Deschamps said he has received death threats after starting a refugee support group on Facebook and people have posted his address online.

Im not very surprised about the event, Deschamps said. 

Other cities are upping security in light of recent attacks at Muslim places of worship. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio said on Twitter:  The awful attack in Quebec is not an outlier. Today, a mosque in Texas was burned to the ground. We must stop those who seek to divide us.

NYPD is providing additional protection for mosques in the city. All New Yorkers should be vigilant. If you see something, say something. 

 

 

 

The shooting was considered a terrorist attack by police and investigated as such, spokesmen said on Monday. They deployed a bomb squad among other specialist teams 

Survivors: Among those pictured leaving the mosque after the attack on Sunday evening were young boys 

Survivors: Among those pictured leaving the mosque after the attack on Sunday evening were young boys 

Armed police stayed at the scene overnight to patrol it as others worked inside the mosque. Security at mosques across the US was heightened in response to the slayings 

Armed police stayed at the scene overnight to patrol it as others worked inside the mosque. Security at mosques across the US was heightened in response to the slayings 

 

 

 

In reponse to Trumps executive order, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remarked that his country remains open to all immigration

In reponse to Trumps executive order, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remarked that his country remains open to all immigration

Quebec premier Philippe Couillard said there will be solidarity rallies across the region on Monday and says the provinces people will all be together to express horror

Quebec premier Philippe Couillard said there will be solidarity rallies across the region on Monday and says the provinces people will all be together to express horror

AMERICANS PROTEST TRUMPS REFUGEE BAN 

No ban: Demonstrators at the massive rally in Brooklyn voiced their disagreement with Trumps executive order

No ban: Demonstrators at the massive rally in Brooklyn voiced their disagreement with Trumps executive order

Another day of protest is underway across the country, as people take to the streets to demonstrate against Donald Trumps controversial immigration executive order.

Events were underway in New York, Chicago, Detroit, Miami, Los Angeles, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC in the early afternoon on Sunday. Many of the events were documented on social media with the hashtag, #NoBanNoWall - showing they were also protesting Trumps plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico.

Overhead shots from the protest in Boston, held in Copley Square, showed the area overflowing with people. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was seen in a video late Saturday night urging people to attend the demonstration, telling the crowd: Make sure you join us. Stand with our Muslim brothers and sisters.

Senator Elizabeth Warren also took part in the Boston demonstration. The Massachusetts politician had also been part of protests at Bostons airport on Saturday night.

Meanwhile, some of those held at New York Citys John F Kennedy airport were seen celebrating as they left Terminal 4 following more than 30 hours of detention. 

Meanwhile, Trump defended his sweeping order on immigration Sunday afternoon and and said he would find other ways to help those suffering from Syrias bloody civil war.

Demonstrators hold signs reading Home of the free during the rally against the ban on  immigration in San Francisco
Demonstrators rallied atthe Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport Saturday afternoon to protest against Trumps ban

Demonstrators hold signs reading Home of the free during the rally against the ban on immigration in San Francisco (left). Demonstrators rallied at the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport Saturday afternoon to protest against Trumps ban (right)

The president says in a statement that America is a proud nation of immigrants thatwill continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression, but while protecting our own citizens and border.

He denied once again that his executive order, which bans visitors from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen, seven predominantly Muslim countries, was a ban aimed at Muslim people.

This is not about religion - this is about terror and keeping our country safe, he said. There are over 40 different countries worldwide that are majority Muslim that are not affected by this order. We will again be issuing visas to all countries once we are sure we have reviewed and implemented the most secure policies over the next 90 days.

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly declared the entry of lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, to be of national interest on Sunday evening.

In applying the provisions of the presidents executive order, I hereby deem the entry of lawful permanent residents to be in the national interest, he said in a statement.

Accordingly, absent the receipt of significant derogatory information indicating a serious threat to public safety and welfare, lawful permanent resident status will be a dispositive factor in our case-by-case determinations.

Demonstrators in Washington DC marched on the White House, where Trump was inside making calls to world leaders - including the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saudrench President Francois Hollande on Monday condemned in the strongest possible terms what he called an odious attack. 

A pigs head was left outside the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center in June

A pigs head was left outside the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center in June

Its the spirit of peace and openness of the people of Quebec that the terrorists wanted to hit, added Hollande.

German Chancellor Angela Merkels spokesman condemned the despicable. Steffen Seibert said the German leader was shocked by the shooting.

Seibert said: If the killers intended to set people of different faiths against each other or to divide them, they must not and will not succeed in that. We stand in mourning beside the Muslim community in Quebec. 

A pigs head was left at the mosque last year during the holy month of Ramadan in another heinous attack.   

Like France, Quebec has struggled at times to reconcile its secular identity with a rising Muslim population, many of them North African emigrants. 

Incidents of Islamophobia have increased in Quebec in recent years. In 2013, police investigated after a mosque in the Saguenay region of Quebec was splattered with what was believed to be pig blood.

In the neighboring province of Ontario, a mosque was set on fire in 2015, a day after an attack by gunmen and suicide bombers in Paris. 

Yesterday, a Texas mosque was ravaged by a fire just hours after President Donald Trump signed an executive order restricting migration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

A clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from the Islamic Center of Victoria at around 2am on Saturday.

The fire department spent more than four hours battling the blaze. 

 
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