'No evidence to support' ISIS was behind Toronto attack

'No evidence to support' ISIS was behind Toronto attack

Faisal Hussain killed two people and injured 13 others as he fired bullets down Danforth Avenue.

A classmate, who does not wish to be named, says she remembers Hussain carrying around a notebook that he would sketch in during class.

The special investigation service of Ontario reported that the unknown, who on Monday night was shot in Toronto 15 people, was 29-year-old Faisal Hussein.

The federal government introduced legislation earlier this year to require businesses to maintain records showing inventories and transfers of non-restricted firearms. "They were trying to shoot us", Demircan said Thursday, his right elbow still covered with a bandage. "How's your job?' He said, 'You know, they cut my hours but it's alright, I'm going to start looking for something else".

But there is some painfully missing from the so-called "Danforth-Strong" memorial! City councillors Mary Fragedakis and Paula Fletcher, whose wards include parts of the Danforth neighbourhood, led the walk. The manager, John Kilanis, said the restaurant reopened on Tuesday. "We will mourn those who were lost for the rest of our lives". "But today we have to move on".

The fountain in Alexander the Great Parkette, which previously served as a gathering place for locals, was surrounded by flowers, chalk messages of love and signs of support.

Witnesses said the shooting rampage lasted just a few minutes and sparked panic in the district, popular for its bars and Greek restaurants.

"He's not a normal person", said the neighbour, who asked not to be identified.

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When I first heard about this attack and mentioned Islamist/jihadist ideology being the culprit, I received a huge back lash from well-meaning Canadians. "I've just thought about being more vigilant with keeping an eye on my surroundings. Your mom is at the hospital.' He'd say, 'Oh [Malik], I'll make a sandwich". "Then I saw Reese Fallon".

Details began to emerge on Monday about the gunman at the centre of the violence.

"Our son had severe mental health challenges, struggling with psychosis and depression his entire life". Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to Twitter to express his condolences to the affected families.

Ensaf Haider, the Canadian wife of a Saudi-held political prisoner, tweeted: "Politically correct reporters keep saying murderer Faisal Hussain suffered 'mental illness.' Which Islamic terrorist was NOT mentally ill?"

"They've been through a lot", Sukhera said. "I can't put two and two together". He recalled, however, that Hussain prided himself on working to support his relatives.

She described the family matriarch as very kind and caring, but said the family troubles showed.

The area, which is considered lower-middle class by Toronto standards, is generally safe, although some residents have reported an uptick in crime. One of his friends, Aamir Sukhera, told the Global News that Hussain confided in him years ago and said he suffered from psychosis and depression, but displayed no risky behavior during their long acquaintance. Her husband also seemed to have a long-term health condition, Pathan said.

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