>> Islamic State on Wednesday claiming responsibility for the shooting in Toronto, which left two people dead and 13 wounded. In a statement, the group's AMAQ new agency said Faisal Hussain, who police said opened fire in Toronto's bustling 104th Avenue on Sunday was one of its soldiers, though the group do not provide any evidence to support its claim.
Now an immigrant community in Toronto is trying to understand why Hussain, the boy who grew up in their vibrant enclave would go on to be the man police say went on a shooting rampage. Reuters' Anamayla Proponi visited the neighborhood.>> They said he was quiet. They said he was a small, skinny guy wouldn't talk to you.
They would see him going for walks. They would see him going grocery shopping. They might see him taking his mom to the hospital to visit her other son. But he wouldn't talk to them and none of them could imagine him doing something like his now accused of doing.
>> In a statement released on Monday, his parents made no mention of islamic extremism, instead they said he struggled with psychosis and the mental illness that treatments just couldn't fix. That they could never imagine that this would be his end. Using a hand gun, police say Hussein killed ten-year-old Juliana Cosis and 18-year-old Reece Fallon.
And after a shootout with police, Hussein himself was found dead with a gunshot wound.