Canada – A Pakistani man arrested by immigration officials during the latter part of the reporting period was an ISIS supporter who had plotted to bomb financial buildings and the U.S. consulate in Toronto, the Canada Border Service Agency alleged at a hearing on the 11 mar 15. Jahanzeb Malik, who came to Canada as a student in 2004, told an undercover police officer he had attended training camps in Libya and wanted to build an explosive device to conduct attacks in Toronto, the CBSA said. Believing the undercover officer was a veteran of combat in Bosnia, he attempted to recruit him by showing him ISIS beheading videos and encouraging him to watch the lectures of al Qaida figure Anwar Al-Awlaki. He was arrested on the 9 mar 15 following what the CBSA called a “lengthy investigation” by the RCMP Integrated National Security Enforcement Team in Toronto. The planning was elaborate, including discussing with the undercover officer the video message they would leave behind in order to inspire others.