FEDERAL COURT OF CANADA HAS RULED A MEMBER OF MQM-A INADMISSIBLE TO CANADA BECAUSE MQM-A MEETS THE LEGAL DEFINITION OF TERRORIST ORGANIZATION.

…… [13] The immigration officer concluded that the applicant is inadmissible to Canada on security grounds pursuant to paragraph 34(1)(f) of the IRPA for being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe has engaged in terrorism as referred to in paragraph 34(1)(c) of the IRPA. The applicant was a member of the Mohajir Qaumi Movement – Altaf (MQM-A), and there are reasonable grounds to believe that the MQM-A is an organization that has engaged in terrorism while the applicant was its member. ….

To read full Judgement → http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/en/2010/2010fc781/2010fc781.html

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