An Ontario lady dealing with terror-related expenses together with her husband after they allegedly tried to cross the Turkish border to Syria two years in the past has been granted bail.
Haleema Mustafa, 23, appeared Wednesday morning through Zoom in Ontario Superior Court in Brampton from the Maplehurst Correctional Centre in Milton.
Mustafa’s bail was granted with circumstances that require her to:
- Reside with the relative offering her surety.
- Have her web entry supervised and keep off social media.
- Conduct common check-ins with RCMP.
- Not apply for a passport.
- Not personal any weapons.
- Remain in Ontario.
Her bail listening to was held final Friday, however the particulars are protected by a publication ban.
The Markham, Ont., lady and her husband, Ikar Mao, are charged with leaving Canada to take part within the actions of a terrorist group and collaborating within the actions of a terrorist group.
Mustafa and Mao, who’s from Guelph, Ont., have been detained in Turkey in July 2019 after household alerted officers they feared they is perhaps planning to cross the border into Syria to hitch the Islamic State in Syria (ISIS). They have been launched and returned to Canada in October 2019.
Mao was arrested and charged in November 2019. He was denied bail in December 2019.
Nine months later, Mustafa was additionally arrested in Pickering, Ont., and charged with the identical offences.
The couple can be tried collectively. Trial dates are set for 4 weeks starting in June, however these dates might change due to COVID-related restrictions.