This title features foreword by Rohan Gunaratna. This is the best-selling account of how Canada harbours and supports terrorists - now revised and updated. In a revised and updated edition of this news-breaking expose, Canadian investigative reporter Stewart Bell documents how agents from the world's most notorious terrorist groups - from the Tamil Tigers and Hamas to Hezbollah and Al Qaeda - have operated on Canadian soil with near impunity for two decades. Since the original publication, Bell has traveled to the Middle East and Pakistan to investigate further the ties between these radical groups and Canadians as escalating threats are made against the West. With updated information on the Khadr family of Toronto, the arrest of 18 alleged terrorists in and around Toronto in June 2006, and profiles of Canadians on America's most wanted list, Bell further reveals how years of neglect by Canadian security officials have transformed the country into a thriving hub of international terrorism.
Foreword by Dr. Rohan Gunaratna. Introduction. Prologue. Chapter 1Spillover. 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: From Homeland to Homegrown. Notes. Author's Note and Acknowledgments. Index.