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    Canada's Prime Minister Calls Quebec Mosque Attack 'Cowardly'

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    Justin Trudeau said that the deadly shooting conducted in the Islamic Cultural Center in the country's Quebec City was of a cowardly nature.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the deadly shooting conducted in the Islamic Cultural Center in the country's Quebec City was of a cowardly nature.

    "Tonight, Canadians grieve for those killed in a cowardly attack on a mosque in Quebec City. My thoughts are with victims & their families," Trudeau said Sunday on his Twitter account.

    At around 8 p.m. on Sunday (01:00 GMT on Monday) a group of gunmen attacked the Islamic Cultural Center in Quebec and had reportedly killed five and injured several more people. Local law enforcement officers have reportedly detained two attackers.

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    • NATOisEVIL
      Probably a false flag attack because of this new era with Trump denying muslims in to US, Now everybody most feel sorry for the muslims cause the attackers probably was white males.
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      freeWillin reply toNATOisEVIL(Show commentHide comment)
      NATOisEVIL, I agree, but do not separate trump from the false-flaggers, he is a puppet just like the rest of them who came before.
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      gavrilo
      When your mercenaries terrorise Serbia and train neo-nazis in Banderistan it is merciful and humanitarian?
      Aiding and abetting Saudi head choppers , terrorising Yemen is business?
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