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September 15, 1995 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-15

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"Be patient, Sis.

Provides...

Toronto (JTA) — After a brief im-
migration hearing, Canadian of-
ficials have ordered the
deportation of a former body-
guard of Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization leader Yassir Arafat.
But lawyers for Walid Khalil
Baroud said they would appeal
the ruling to the Supreme Court
of Canada.
Royal Canadian Mounted Po-
lice and Canadian immigration
officials arrested the 45-year-old
Palestinian one year ago, when
he was picked up at his home in
Mississauga, Ontario, just west
of Toronto.
Immigration spokesman
Kevin Sack said at the time that
Mr. Baroud posed a national se-
curity threat. No further details
were released.
Mr. Baroud, an official of Al
Fatah, the mainstream PLO
group, arrived at Toronto's Pear-
son International Airport from
Greece in May 1991 with his wife
and three children. Two addi-
tional children have been born
since the family arrived in Cana-
da.
The family, traveling on forged
Egyptian passports and claiming
to be Israelis, filed for refugee sta-
tus.
But Canada issued a nation-
wide warrant after Mr. Baroud
skipped two immigration hear-
ings.
Mr. Baroud has acknowledged
his involvement with the PLO,
but denied ever planning or tak-
ing part in terrorist attacks.
He was held for more than a
month in 1991, but was later re-
leased on the condition that he
regularly check in with immi- -
gration officials.
He lived for the next three
years in suburban Mississauga.
But on June 6, 1994, he was
returned to jail after Canadian
intelligence officials said they
thought that Baroud had en-
gaged in terrorism.
Mr. Baroud had reportedly
been in charge of coordinating
terrorist acts in Libya, Syria,
Lebanon and Greece, where he
was stationed for eight years.

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