Thursday, August 26, 2010

Purely Accidental or the Sincerest Form of Flattery?

You know how I often have a giggle at the expense of those "interfaith" samosas-and-falafels get-togethers? Unless the RCMP is keeping tabs on this blog (and, hey, in free speech-challenged Canada, anything's possible), I promise I had nothing to do with this. From the Toronto Star (H/T BCF):

OTTAWA—Two alleged members of an Ottawa terrorism plot were arrested Wednesday morning, while the RCMP’s national security task force searched into the evening for at least one more suspect.
Ottawa’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team had been tracking the men for months and one of the suspects is alleged to have ties to high-level Al Qaeda affiliates abroad, sources close to the case told the Toronto Star.
Known as “Project Samosa,” the RCMP investigation reportedly began with intelligence passed on by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service...