Far-right extremists getting bolder as threatening behaviour goes unchecked, police warned - 2020-05-11

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F182.png Far-right extremists getting bolder as threatening behaviour goes unchecked, police warned May 11, 2020, Andrea Huncar, CBC News

As the holy month of Ramadan began, the bearded man in reflector sunglasses and a maple leaf-embroidered baseball cap recorded himself in a series of videos staking out Edmonton's largest mosque.

"So it's April 24th — the start of the Ramadan 'bombathon' and I'm just performing my civic duty to make sure that no one's actually showing up at the Al Rashid mosque," said the man, who had taken it upon himself to make sure worshippers were following a health order to contain the coronavirus.

After announcing plans to eat a bacon sandwich as Sweet Home Alabama played on the radio, another segment appeared to show the man driving into the mosque's parking lot while he counted vehicles. He recorded a woman with her baby and toddler, commenting: "Social distancing apparently."

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{{cite news | first = Andrea | last = Huncar | title = Far-right extremists getting bolder as threatening behaviour goes unchecked, police warned | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/ramadan-bombathon-edmonton-mosque-far-right-extremists-police-charges-1.5564323 | work = CBC News | date = May 11, 2020 | accessdate = May 14, 2020 }}