Ibrahim Aboud

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Ibrahim Aboud
Born 1987 (age 29–30)

Ibrahim Alkhalel Mohammed Aboud (born 1987) was the 18th person arrested in the 2006 Toronto terrorism case, on August 3, two months after the other 17 suspects.[1]

Nineteen years old at the time of the arrest, he attended Streetsville Secondary School and lived with his parents and two younger brothers on Falconer Drive in Mississauga, Ontario.[2] He was described as a loner, while his brothers were thought to be "troublemakers".[3]

Represented by Anser Farooq, he was released on $130,000 bail[4] by a Brampton Justice of the Peace on August 25,[1][5] and must live with his parents.[6] He is enrolled at Ryerson University.[7]

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