HOW CANADA NURTURES AND EXPORTS TERRORISM AROUND THE WORLD This critically acclaimed book exposes how Canada became home to many of the worlda s deadliest terrorist organizations. Canadaa s lax laws and lack of vigilance have put its neighbors and the world community at risk. Award--winning journalist Stewart Bell draws on classified intelligence documents, front--line accounts, exclusive interviews with senior counterterrorism officials and the victims of terrorist attacks, and terrorists themselves, to provide incontestable evidence that Canada is an important base activity for terrorist groups. Acclaim for Cold Terror: "Canadians will be madder than hell after they read Stewart Bella s shocking account of how the Canadian government has allowed Sikh, Tamil and Islamic terrorists to come into our home and turn it into a safe house for international terror...Stewart Bella s clarion call for action needs to be heeded before the ticking Canadian terrorist time bomb blows up closer to home." -- The Globe and Mail "Stewart Bell makes clear...that Canadaa s political leadership has a history of ineptitude, naivete, and outright irresponsibility with regard to international terrorism that stretches back to the 1980a s. [He] has done an enormous service." -- Christian Science Monitor "A devastating indictment of Canadaa s failure to deal seriously with terrorists on our soil." -- Martin Collacott, Canadaa s former ambassador to Syria and Lebanon, High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and Counter--Terrorism Coordinator "Cold Terror will shock the conscience of a nation...This book is not just an expose it is and urgent call to action." -- David Frum, author of The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush
Authora s Note. Introduction. Prologue. Chapter 1. Spillover. Chapter 2. The Snow Tigers. Chapter 3. Partisans of God. Chapter 4. Fateh the Algerian. Chapter 5. A Brief Encounter with a (Suspected) Canadian Terrorist. Chapter 6. The Al Kanadi Family Jihad. Chapter 7. White Meat. Conclusion. Notes. Acknowledgments. Index.