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SO I SOUGHT FOR A MAN AMONG THEM WHO WOULD MAKE A WALL, AND STAND IN THE GAP BEFORE ME ON BEHALF OF THE LAND (CANADA). THAT I SHOULD NOT DESTROY IT; BUT I FOUND NO ONE.

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Anti-Muslim rhetoric in media spurred Alexandre Bissonnette to kill, Quebec mosque president says

Courtesy: Montreal Gazette
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Bissonnette told police it was his fear that Canada was on the verge of accepting more refugees who would commit terrorist acts that spurred him to murder six men. Alexandre Bissonnette told police it was his fear that Canada was on the verge of accepting more refugees who would commit terrorist acts that spurred him to murder six men and wound five others at a Quebec City mosque last year.
Fixated on terrorist attacks around the world and taking anti-depressant medications, Bissonnette said it was a tweet from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promising to accept those refused by the United States that sent him over the edge. The day he saw that message, he took his gun into the mosque and started shooting “to save people from terrorist attacks,” he said. The recording of the police interrogation was made public at his sentencing hearing in Quebec City Friday. It was the first time the motive for Bissonnette’s actions in the deadly rampage of Jan. 29, 2017, were made public.

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