Canada's war against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has quietly entered a new phase, resulting in plans to keep fewer troops in the Middle East even after the COVID-19 pandemic passes.
Human Rights Watch says 26 Canadian children, 13 women and eight men are at detention facilities for captured ISIS members.
The report comes amid a wave of new terror schemes alleged to have been perpetrated by white supremacists and anti-government groups across the United States.
In response to the allegations, Awso Peshdary's lawyer argued they came from “a career criminal.”
The registration drive is part of an attempt to identify who is held at the camp and urge countries to repatriate their citizens.
Ikar Mao faces charges of leaving Canada to participate in the activities of ISIS.