Muslim leaders 'disappointed' by top court ruling on Que. mosque shooter's parole eligibility

Leaders in the Muslim community voiced disappointment Friday after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Alexandre Bissonnette, the man convicted in the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting, can apply for parole after 25 years.

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