Toronto: Muslim attacker tells judge, ‘I meant to harm those people, I only believe in sharia’

Rehab Dughmosh in Canadian prison niqab

Source: ‘I meant to harm those people’: Toronto woman who pledged allegiance to ISIS appears in court | h/t Jihad Watch

A 32-year-old woman charged with uttering death threats while allegedly armed with a knife at a Toronto store before pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group earlier this month told a courtroom Monday that she would attempt to do it “again and again” if released.

“I meant to harm those people,” Rehab Dughmosh told Justice Kimberley Crosbie through an Arabic interpreter during a court appearance.

“I reject all counsel here. I only believe in Islamic Sharia law. I would like to revoke my Canadian citizenship that I received. I don’t want to have any allegiance to you.”

Toronto police responded to a Canadian Tire store at Scarborough’s Cedarbrae Mall, in the Lawrence Avenue East and Markham Road area, on June 3 at 5:10 p.m.

Police said a woman walked to the paint section of the store with a golf club and began swinging it at employees and a customer while uttering threats.

A source confirmed to Global News the woman was reportedly wearing a niqab and a bandana adorned with what appeared to be a symbol for IS at the time of the alleged incident.

Police said employees and customers managed to subdue the woman and contact police, when she pulled a “large knife” out from under her clothing.

The woman was restrained and police said the knife was “pried out of her hand” with the help of another store employee. The employee sustained non-life threatening injuries and was treated at the scene.

Dughmosh, of Toronto, was charged June 6 with assault, uttering threats to cause death, carrying a concealed weapon and two counts each of assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon for committing an offence.

“First of all I’m not guilty. But if you release me, I’m going to commit this type of action again and again because I’m pledging allegiance to [IS leader] Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,” she said, adding she refuses to adhere to Canadian law.

“I would like to be guilty right now,” she said. “When Canadian-American coalition countries attack [IS] and we defend ourselves, that’s not considered an attack, that’s considered a defence.”

“I renounce Canadian law. I renounce any man-made law. I only believe in any law made by Allah,” she told the court Monday.

“I would like the word of Allah to be the supreme word. And I will go on and I will keep on fighting. And I will fight anyone who will fight against Islamic beliefs.”

The video at the link above notes she passed a psychiatric test with flying colors. More on this Muslim invader’s attack on Canadians in Toronto: Muslim woman screaming ‘allahu akbar’ attacks store employees, pledged to ISIS.

7 thoughts on “Toronto: Muslim attacker tells judge, ‘I meant to harm those people, I only believe in sharia’

    • How many do you have in your crew? Because I can bet you will be sorely outnumbered. Muslims ban together (huge families, endless number of cousins) and if you start fighting one you will be surrounded in a short period of time. Non-muslims don’t usually ban in mass numbers against evil…..which is why they will eventually win.

  1. This WILL keep happening again and again just like she said. Arm yourselves with a gun or a knife. Whatever is legal where you live. If you see someone covered in a rag walk around them and if they come closer on purpose take them down. Get some mase and carry it in your pocket. The more attacks they commit that are thwarted and the attacker is hurt or killed the better off we all are. I have a license to conceal carry a pistol but I don’t always have it on me. I do however ALWAYS have a pocket knife on me. This small knife can save your life in an attack. Take some self defense classes. Its not only helpful for men but women need to do this also. One day of class may save your life. Be safe people.

If sharia law continues spreading, you'll have less and less freedom of speech - so speak while you can!

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