The court will decide how long Alexandrew Bissonnette should spend in prison, after he pleaded guilty to shooting dead six people at a mosque in Quebec City in 2017.

Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to the shooting at a Quebec City mosque, in an undated Facebook posting.
Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to the shooting at a Quebec City mosque, in an undated Facebook posting. (Reuters)

Sentencing arguments begin in Quebec City on Wednesday for the man who went on a shooting rampage at a  mosque in 2017, killing 6 worshippers and seriously injuring five others. Alexandre Bissonnette could face the longest jail sentence ever imposed in Canada.

But as TRT World's Jon Brain reports, officials at the Quebec City mosque say anti-Muslim sentiment has gotten worse since the shooting.

Source: TRT World