Border agency warns of migrants from Iran with ‘sinister motives’

But like, we aren’t at war with Islam or anything.

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CBSACanadian Border Services agents are seen in this 2009 file photo. (Darryl Dyck / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

The Canadian Press
Published Friday, April 26, 2013 6:06PM EDT

OTTAWA — Canada’s border agency has flagged the possibility of Iranians with “sinister motives” slipping into the country — a warning that came in the months leading to the arrest of two men charged with plotting to attack a Via Rail train with help from al Qaeda in Iran.

An intelligence report by the Canada Border Services Agency said 19 Iranian nationals had been found inadmissible to Canada on security grounds since 2008 — the majority of them refugee claimants lacking proper documentation.

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One Reply to “Border agency warns of migrants from Iran with ‘sinister motives’”

  1. They don’t have to enter legally, the Border Patrol regularly finds Moslem prayer rugs in the desert as well as terror manuals on how to build bombs.

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