Mississauga-Erindale MP Iqra Khalid, mouthpiece for the divisive Motion M103 on ‘Islamophobia’ stood in her constituency office to announce the Trudeau government was investing an additional $23 Million into its multiculturalism program.
The RCMP has been exploring options for bringing the roughly 30 Canadians held by the Syrian Democratic Forces back to Canada. Turkey is considered the preferred route. The Liberal government has said it would be difficult to get the Canadians out of Syria because they could be arrested and charged by authorities in neighbouring Turkey and Iraq.
That was the basis of the complaint put forward by the FCDF’s executive director, Daniel Piedra, who said, “By urging teachers to bless Muslim students in Arabic, the district is running roughshod over the mandate of government neutrality toward religion.”
In the aftermath of a devastating attack in Nice, France, Poland’s interior minister told reporters that the blame lay with the embrace of multiculturalism. Link To Article
“The worst affected by these attacks are us, the Muslims. We have seen an increase in abuse and threats,” complains local man Ahmed Mohamed. Link To Article
Why this sudden explosion? Paul Bagguley, a sociologist based at the University of Leeds, points to the gleeful tone of the racism: “There is a kind of celebration going on; it’s a celebratory racism.”
Now, Maher did say that he doesn’t support a Muslim ban, but added that the Islamic world needs a reformation similar to what occurred in Christendom. What’s stopping that is the moderate Muslims are keeping their mouths shut due to threats of violence and intimidation from fundamentalists.
This is the most offensive poster designed by the City of Toronto in years. Its intention seems to be to cover up the crimes of Islamists and distract Canadians from seeing the real threat to our society.
The page was run by Pamela Geller, the well-known Islam critic who led efforts to stop construction of the Ground Zero Mosque. Geller reported the removal of her Facebook group on Twitter, and called on supporters to politely request its reinstatement.
Hillary Clinton on Monday said she will not “demonize” the religion of Islam by using the specific phrase “radical Islam” when discussing the Orlando nightclub massacre after calls from Donald Trump to do so.