An ongoing Islamic extremist project to exterminate Christians in sub-Saharan Africa is even more brutal and more consequential for the Church than it is in the Middle East, the place where Christians suffered ISIS “genocide,” as the U.S. government officially designated.
With sanctions against Iran dismantled, the country will be able to repatriate more than $100 Billion in assets held abroad — including funds in Canada — that were frozen in an effort to punish Iran for pushing to expand its nuclear capacity.
Three months before he boarded a plane in Cairo and six months before he made a refugee claim in Toronto, Canadian security officials deemed retired BRIGADIER GENERAL Khaled Saber Abdelhamed Zahw “inadmissible” to Canada because of national security concerns.
At least 37 civilians are dead and more than 60 are wounded after gunmen attacked a convoy of local employees working for the Canadian gold mining company Semafo in Burkina Faso.
“Canada stands with the UK after today’s suspected terrorist attack in London, and we’re grateful for the first responders and people who bravely intervened.”
Our government do not condemn these ISIS killers, not do they ever speak of the relationship between the terrorists and Islamic religious doctrine. In 2016, Justin Trudeau and Co. passed M103–a government motion to protect the desert religion from public condemnation.
“The Liberal Party believes that terrorists should get to KEEP their Canadian citizenship … because I do,” Justin Trudeau told a Winnipeg town hall. “And I’m willing to take on ANYONE who disagrees with that.”
Mel Arnold, MP for North Okanagan-Shuswap in British Columbia, strongly condemned the decision by a federal court to release Othman Hamdan from custody and place him in the town of Enderby, which he represents.
Pamir Hakimzadah was charged with terrorism in April 2017 following what the RCMP called an “extensive” national security investigation. He pleaded guilty in February 2019. The 30-year-old, who allegedly told a witness that “all non-Muslims should be KILLED” must now serve three years on probation, during which time he must participate in de-radicalization.
Jack Letts — dubbed “Jihadi Jack” by British media — could be prosecuted and jailed in Canada if there’s evidence of wrongdoing, and would make for a powerful voice against radicalization, said the father.