CAP find this particular discussion to be among the most curious elements within our national discussion on minorities, religion and the rest. Pourquoi? Because political leaders, pundits and media all speak about a separation of CHURCH and state– but never the separation of “MOSQUE and state.”
Afghanistan– $254,208 million in 2018. Ethiopia– $198,145 million. Nigeria– $133, 186. So says data taken from ‘Canadian International Development Platform.’
In 2015, Justin Trudeau appointed dual Saudi-Canadian citizen Omar Alghabra to the position of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. Alghabra, rumoured to be a ex-member of the Muslim Brotherhood, is responsible for all foreign Canadian consulate offices world wide.
The teenager broke into the apartment of the Al-Atrash family without knocking. People were chasing her. She seemed terrified, out of breath. She needed a place to hide.”
Justin Trudeau is in no manner typical. Mr. Trudeau enjoys “playtime” by way of ethnic-themed costumes. But is there a line between showing solidarity with the cultural symbols of a new Canadian group, and actually indulging in religious worship.
“Liberal MP Justin Trudeau says he is upset and offended by a Tory MP who publicly questioned his ADHERENCE to the Catholic faith, and his suitability to speak to students at a Catholic school.”
Benjamin Dichter — a former Conservative candidate in Toronto-Danforth and co-founder of LGBTory — was warning the crowd about “political Islam” and how it has infiltrated BOTH Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party and Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives.
What is it about Justin Trudeau and Islam? Why does the prime minister of a western liberal democracy so infatuated with all elements of the Nation of Islam? Seems hardly a month goes by without our PM pushing the Islamic ticket in Canada.
When Justin Trudeau unilaterally blessed Canada with its “no core identity” mantra, he omitted what would naturally develop as a result: the surge of special interest groups attempting the fill the void with an ethnocentric-oriented POWER GRAB.
Derrick James from Winnipeg brought forward the fifth most popular e-petition on the parliamentary petition portal in March 2017. The petition calls on the government to amend the Constitution Act to state that “Sharia law or separate Sharia family courts will NEVER have a place in the Canadian Justice System.”