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The U.S. Pro-Islamist Neighbor to the North

November 15th 2017

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Shortly after taking office in November 2015, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau   on CBC's "1 on 1" argued the importance of working with "the Muslim community to demonstrate that Islam is not incompatible with free and open Western societies." Thus, reiterating the oxymoron that was introduced by the Muslim Brotherhood and has since been used by their many affiliated Muslim organizations to dupe the West.
So when on October 18, 2017, the province of Quebec passed a new law banning the wearing of niqab or burqa "when riding public transit or receiving government services" for security reasons- Trudeau made it known he wasn't happy with the new provincial law, law. "As a federal government, we are going to take our responsibility seriously and look carefully at what the implications are" even though the federal government, cannot challenge the new law, implying others could.
It didn't take for the leading Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated, the National Council of Canadian Muslims and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, together with Marie-Michelle Lacoste, a Montreal convert to Islam to file a lawsuit with the province's Superior Court requesting to suspend the law because the ban "gravely infringes" the religious and equality rights of Muslim women in the province. She accused the local government of sending a message " to the citizens is that if they already have negative thoughts about Muslim women wearing the niqab, it's OK to think this way, (that) you are right to harass them, to threaten them, to insult them," she announced. The Court is scheduled to hear her request later on Wednesday. Rest assured that if the court denies her request, she and the Islamic organizations that support her will not stop until the ban is lifted.
"The Awareness guide - listed terrorist entities," posted on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police website quotes Sections 318, 319, and 320 of the Criminal Code, which forbids hate propaganda. "Hate propaganda" means "any writing, sign or visible representation that advocates or promotes genocide or the communication of which by any person would constitute an offence under section 319."
But since Trudeau took office, his pro-Islamic policies led to lax enforcement of Canada's anti- "hate-crime" and incitement laws against Canadians, including Muslim religious leaders, who publicly support the mujahideen in their armed struggle against infidels, and the killing of the enemies of Islam.
Last September Quebec prosecutors decided not to file hate crimes charges against Sheikh Sayyed Al-Ghitawi, an imam at the Al-Andalous Islamic Center in Montreal,
who during two Friday sermons on August 2014, prayed to Allah to "destroy the accursed Jews" and to "kill them one by one." "Oh Allah, turn their children into orphans and their women into widows," he said in the sermons, which were posted on the Alrahma Qanat on YouTube.
Similarly, no legal action was taken against any of the speakers at the Iran initiated and sponsored annual al Quds Day rally that took place in Toronto on June 24, 2017, who called to kill those who "oppress" Muslims. Syed Mohammad Zaki Baqri, a speaker at the Toronto rally, said: " It is the law that whoever oppresses, he has to be eliminated."
The Iran-inspired Al-Quds Day rally in Toronto gave a platform to radical anti-Israel propaganda and anti-Semitic ranting. The annual event was opened with a song encouraging Palestinians to kill Israel, and Jews by all means "whenever they see them."
The crowd expressed its support of Canada-designated Iran sponsored terrorist organization Hezbollah, chanting: "Long live [Hassan] Nasrallah [leader of Hezbollah]" and "Long live Hezbollah." They shouted: "O Jews, remember [the massacre of] Khaibar, the army of Mohammad will return." Flags of Iran, scarves with the emblem of Hezbollah, signs, and pictures of Iran's current and past spiritual leaders and the commander of Iran's Quds Force were seen everywhere, showing the depth of the increasing Iranian influence and ideology in Canada.
Speaker after speaker accused the "Zionists" (i.e. Jews) of being the force behind the conflicts in the Arab and the Islamic world, of conspiring to commit the 9/11 attacks and of controlling the American and Canadian policy in the Middle East. Yet, there was no official condemnation of the speakers or the event.
This and similar rallies throughout Canada inciting to kill Jews and other "oppressors of Islam" anywhere, are posted on YouTube and other social media sites (see Appendix below) and regularly re-posted on the web pages and internet sites of many Canadain mosques and pro-Muslim Brotherhood organizations. Yet the Trudeau government seems unable or unwilling to stop the rallies and remove the videos. And since no legal action is taken against the speakers at these rallies, don't be surprised when the next "self-radicalized" Muslim to attack bikers or pedestrians in New York will arrive here not from Azerbaijan, but from Canada.

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