Hamdan has pleaded not guilty to encouraging the commission of murder, assault and mischief, all for terrorist purposes. Tarek Mokdad, an expert in Islamist-inspired terrorism and so-called "lone wolf" attacks, describing several posts on the man's Facebook page.” (Song 2:5), then they want no part of the relationship.They do not think about what makes love likely to last, or how they could better care for the person they are with, but simply seek a neurochemical re-up on their drug of choice.They miss the beauty of a fragile, uncertain beginning, because they’re chasing the phantom of a certain future.Every communication is diligently parsed, and every action painstakingly analyzed.As with the first problem, the reasons for this are hardly mysterious. More than that, infatuation is given to us by God — just read Song of Solomon.There’s no rebuke for the romantic miracle of true love.
From flirting to breaking up, social media and mobile phones are woven into teens’ romantic lives.
Don’t get me wrong, the exodus event is not about you and your dreamy significant other; it’s about God redeeming his people.
Yet there are principles in that story about the beauty of beginnings, especially the beginnings God himself brings into our lives.
A British Columbia man accused of posting terrorist propaganda online mourned two attackers who were shot dead by police after killing Canadian soldiers in 2014, an expert witness for the Crown has testified. Mokdad said after two Canadian military members were killed in separate terrorist attacks in Quebec and Parliament Hill in October 2014, posts appeared on Hamdan's Facebook page calling the attackers "brother" and "martyr." He also discussed images and messages that appeared to be promoting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, including the use of a social media hashtag used by members of the terrorist group. "A martyr is promised, in Islam, the highest, most honorific status in paradise.
He has also entered a not guilty plea to inducing and instructing someone to carry out a terrorist act.