Chief Mark Saunders speaks at a news conference in Toronto on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 about the attack on two Canadian soliders at a recruitment centre in the city's north end on Monday. (Colin Perkel/The Canadian Press via AP)
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A 27-year-old Canadian man said, "Allah told me to come here and kill people" at a double stabbing at a military recruitment center in Toronto, police said Tuesday.Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said Ayanie Hassan Ali had been charged with one count of attempted murder, two counts of assault with a weapon, two weapons charges and one assault charge."While at the scene, the accused stated that 'Allah told me to do this, Allah told me to come here and kill people,'" Saunders said.He said police were investigating whether the attack was terrorism and that there was nothing to indicate the Montreal-born man was working with anyone or any organization.
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