March 13, 2003, Thursday
THREATS AND RESPONSES: OTTAWA'S TACTICS; In Antiterror Effort, Canada's Authorities Use Surveillance More Than Arrests
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS
Late Edition - Final
Ward Elcock, director of Canadian Security Intelligence Service, explains reasoning behind Canada's less invasive approach to terror prevention; says rather than detain or arrest suspects at first blush, Canadian spies watch them, periodically interview them and share intelligence they gather with United States; some experts fear that unknown numbers of Qaeda operatives in Canada may simply have eluded authorities (M)
In this increasingly diverse society, Mohammed Mansur Jabarah appeared typical -- just another teenager from an immigrant family.
The son of a Kuwaiti stockbroker, he grew up an eager soccer fan in St. Catharines, a quiet town outside Toronto known for its vineyards and panoramic views of Lake Ontario.
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