Just read this article on CBC.ca: http://toronto.cbc.ca/template/servlet/View?filename=jaballah_031202 Toronto teacher with suspected terrorist links faces deportation Toronto — A Toronto teacher will find out within two weeks whether he can stay in Canada. CSIS says Mahmoud Jaballah is a terrorist sympathizer with links to Al Jihad. CSIS refuses to reveal some of the evidence Jaballah is an Egyptian-born man who taught at a Toronto Islamic school before he was jailed seven months ago. Now the federal government wants to deport him back to Egypt. Mahmoud Jaballah was first arrested in 1999 on allegations he was linked to the Islamic group Al Jihad, which CSIS identifies as a terrorist organization. The accusations against Jaballah were thrown out months later. Then last year, CSIS arrested him again, saying there was new evidence. The federal government considers Jaballah a threat to national security. But Jaballah's lawyer, Rocco Galati, says he's never seen the evidence against his client. Jaballah's federal court hearing ended in dramatic fashion Monday when his lawyer walked out. Galati told the judge that the entire proceeding is a sham. CSIS and the federal government say they won't reveal some of the evidence against Jaballah because it could hurt national security. Former CSIS agent David Harris agrees, saying Galati's tactics serve no purpose. "To get theatrical and stomp out of court doesn't really respond to the safety issue and interest that all Canadians have, under our constitution, to face," says Harris. In the meantime, Jaballah remains behind bars.