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AHMAD GHANY & IBRAHIM ABOUD

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* Ahmad Mustafa Ghany was born in 1985. His father is a medical doctor from Trinidad and Tobago who immigrated to Canada in the mid 60s’.

In his early childhood Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany lived few years in Saudi Arabia when his parents secured a teaching position at King Saud University in Riyadh. The family returned to Canada in 1991.

Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany is a health-sciences graduate from McMaster University in 2004. He is married to Rana, the sister-in-law of Zakaria Amara. It is, probably the family connection that attracted Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany to join the Islamic Toronto 06 cell.

Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany was arrested on 06/02/2006 as a Toronto 06 cell suspect and charged of knowingly participating and receiving terror training. After his investigation Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany was released on bail on 07/21/2006.

Today (11/2007) Ahmad Mustafa  Ghany’s trial has not yet begun. 

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* Ibrahim Alkhalel Mohammed Aboud was born in 1988 in Canada.

Ibrahim  Aboud attended Streetsville Secondary School and lived with his parents and two younger brothers in Falconer Drive in Mississauga, Toronto.

Ibrahim  Aboud was arrested on 06/02/2006 as a Toronto 06 cell suspect and charged of knowingly participating and receiving terror training. Most of the alleged charges against him were committed when Ibrahim  Aboud was under-age. After his investigation Ibrahim  Aboud was released on bail on 07/21/2006. It is unclear how, when or why Ibrahim  Aboud joined the Toronto 06 cell.

In 03/2008 Ibrahim  Aboud was put on trial in Toronto. The hearings began, actually, on the 05/30/2008. He was the only defendant, as to 06/2008, who was actually put on trial in the Toronto 06 cell case. The evidence was based mainly on the testimony of the Security service informant Mubin Shaikh, who appeared in court on 06/10/2008.  On Thursday 09/25/2008 Ibrahim  Aboud was found guilty on all charges in Toronto court .

ON 02/02/2009 Mubin Shaikh testified in a Brampton court in Canada and said that he “felt bad” about playing a key role in helping to recruit youths.

* Related topics –

10/2009 -SAID NAMOUH CONVICTED IN CANADA
PROFILE -JAMMAL JAMES & AMIN DURRANI
PROFILE -SHARIF  ABDELHALEEM

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