In the wake of the deaths of 63 Iran-Canadian passport holders, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proclaims there are “no good options” in the matter.
CAP vehemently disagree: Good option #1– CONDEMN in no uncertain terms the behaviour of the Iranian government.
Six months before he made a refugee claim in Toronto, Canadian security officials deemed retired Brig.-Gen. Khaled Saber Abdelhamed Zahw “inadmissible” to Canada because of national security concerns.
The bureaucrats tried to hide the numbers from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation by using data for individual refugees rather than for families. Shady stuff, considering that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada changed the definition of “family” to include young able-bodied men travelling together who self-identified as brothers.