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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yasim Abdi Mohamed was one of 17 people arrested on June 2 and June 3, 2006 in the 2006 Toronto terrorism arrests, before all charges against him were dropped two years later. Born in Mogadishu, Somalia, Mohamed immigrated with his parents to Canada as refugees when he was five years old. They lived in Cambridge, Ontario for twelve years, until Mohamed started becoming a troubled teenager facing difficulties with the law, and his father Mohamed Hagi-Mohamud decided to move the family to Toronto for a "fresh start". Mohamed was enrolled at Humber College, but dropped out halfway through his first year, and took a job as a baggage handler at Pearson Airport, before finding new work at the Rogers Centre selling ice cream at Toronto Blue Jays games. After a few months however, he found easier work with his friend Ali Dirie, as the pair would travel to New York and purchase discount designer jeans in seedy neighbourhoods, which they would re-sell to merchants in upscale Toronto neighbourhoods for profit, earning up to $1,000 per trip.
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