Gatineau man found guilty of attempting to leave Canada to join ISIL
A Gatineau, Quebec man has been found guilty of attempting to leave the country to participate in the activities of a terrorist group.
Quebec court Judge Serge Delisle handed down the ruling Monday, saying Ismael Habib, 29, lacked credibility.
The charge, introduced into the Criminal Code in 2013, carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
The Crown had accused Habib of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State group in Syria.
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