Canada’s national security review agency examining case of New York bomb plotter

A new Canadian security agency is investigating the government's handling of terror convict Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy after receiving a complaint he'd been "entrapped" by Canadian and American authorities.

The review has been launched by the National Security and Intelligence Review Agency (NSIRA). The Kuwait-born El Bahnasawy lived in Canada until his 2016 arrest in New York City, where he was planning to commit terrorist acts on behalf of ISIS.

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