It’s how he shows his Islamo-gratitude to the host country…
The second person was identified by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a 20-year-old man from a Syrian family.
Kingston Archdeacon Bill Clarke confirmed to the BBC the family had come to Kingston as privately sponsored refugees in the summer of 2017.
A coalition of local churches came together three years ago to bring a refugee family to Canada.
Canadian police charge youth following terrorism probe
A youth has been arrested in Canada after an FBI tip-off on a charge of facilitating terrorist activity, authorities say.
The Kingston, Ontario resident faces an additional count of counselling a person to plant an explosive with intent to cause death or injury.
Police said a small plane recently spotted flying over the town at odd hours was part of their investigation.
A second individual was also arrested, but later released without charge.
The youth and the second person, an adult male, were detained on Thursday in Kingston, a city some 200km (125 miles) from Ottawa, the country’s capital.
Authorities described the pair as friends.