Highly placed muslim ‘security advisor’ suspended by Canadian government for links to ‘questionable’ organizations

Husein Hamdani is also tied in with major counter-radicalization organizations in the USA and UK.

There is a lot to read about him at Point de Bascule here and here. If you can at all, please take the time and read these links.

A news report on him here from today on Quebec TV

Here he is talking about doing ‘dawa’ (Islamic proselytization) and using many of the common deceptions muslims use such as quoting ‘no compulsion in religion’ and not quoting “he who changes his islamic religion, kill him”

Here he is being praised for helping defeat ‘radicalization’ as opposed to funding and promoting it, which is what it looks like he may have actually been doing, from the Globe and Mail.

SECULARISM: Quebec wants to ban the wearing of the full Islamic veil

An original translation by CB Sashenka with much thanks!

From this Quebec Website

March 10, 2015 (3:30 pm)
Agence France-Presse

Quebec Premier Couillard promises a plan of action and a law

The Quebec government will legislate on secularism by the summer to ban the wearing of the full Islamic veil for officials in contact with the population, as well as for citizens in public administration, an unprecedented measure in Canada.

The law on “state neutrality” should remind us of our “fundamental individual rights” that apply in this province, said Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard during a recent interview with AFP.

“It will be proposed that both the person providing a public service and receiving it must have their faces exposed for communication, safety and identification purposes.”

The Liberal leader, elected with a large majority last April, notes that this will apply to both public service and municipal government.

This enforcement action will prevent the wearing of the full veil (niqab or burqa) by employees or users of the administration.

“It’s the least the government could do. The expectation of citizens was high to ensure that the state decides on its relations with the religious,” considers Jocelyn Maclure, a philosophy professor at Laval University in Quebec City.

“It’s surprising that this has not yet been done.”

Bill tabled for June

“We aim to table the bill by June,” said Mr. Couillard, a bill that will also include a component to constantly maintain open dialogue with ethnic and religious communities. Continue Reading →

Muslim Student’s Assn. of Concordia in Montreal busted for being, well, islamic really.

The MSA’s are in fact among the more problematic of the countless muslim brotherhood front groups. For anyone curious about them, the video below of their pledge of allegiance as said at all meetings should tip off most to it’s values.

Now it is Terrebonne’s turn to ban a mosque

An original Translation by Carolus

From Journal de Montreal

[translator’s note: Terrebonne is a suburb of 100,000 inhabitants, north of Montreal]

A place in the city’s industrial estate is however used for activities and prayers by the Muslim community since 2010

TERREBONNE | After a zoning change to ban a mosque in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve [a Montreal neighborhood], and then the refusal of the city of Shawinigan [a small city of 50,000 inhabitants between Montreal and Quebec] to allow a mosque to be established in the industrial estate, a third mosque is the object of a judicial dispute, threatening to disallow its establishment in the industrial estate.

Terrebonne directed its lawyers to obtain an injunction forcing the eviction of the mosque located in the city’s industrial estate, on Pascal-Gagnon Street, last Friday.

Muslims who patronize the mosque do not find the controversy amusing. “No neighbours complained about us, and we have added fire extinguishers and smoke detectors as per the fire by-laws, ” pleads Karim Sibous, a spokesperson for Estime Rive-Nord and the manager of the mosque.

The hesitations and bungling on the part of the city of Terrebonne seem to prove him right.

The case started December 2010. The mosque had opened without official notice to the city, in 2000 sq. ft. premises located on two floors, in the city’s industrial estate.

Two more years

– It was only two years later, in October 2012, that the city recognized its mistake of having permitted the establishment of a mosque in its industrial estate. The chief inspector, who originally gave the okay, later ordered the mosque to leave its premises within 90 days, but the mosque never left.

– On June 17, 2013, the city’s executive committee refused to change the zoning for the premises to allow the establishment of a house of worship.

– Last January 26, the city issued a legal notice of non-conformity, with an order to evacuate the premises “with the briefest possible delay”.

That refusal to change the zoning and the two legal notices of non-conformity have been up to now ignored by the mosque’s management, and they have not received any further sanction from the city’s authorities.

– It was only last Thursday that the city tasked the Deveau law office to bring to a halt that illegal utilization of an industrial area for worship purposes.

The mosque still has hope

Today, the mosque is patronized mostly on Friday evenings and during weekends. About thirty worshippers were on the premises for the final prayer and some cultural activities last Friday.

Saturday the Muslim association management refused, after consulting its members, to send us, as was agreed, the original written documents allowing the mosque to occupy its present premises for the past five years, in spite of the zoning regulations.

In an e-mail that he sent last Saturday, Karim Sibous writes: “We have the firm conviction that we will be able to negotiate in full confidence with the city’s authorities and find a solution to our problem.”

Related video:

Police press meeting for the ‘Toronto Peace Tunnel’

I like where the police spokesman says something like, ‘it isn’t a crime to dig a hole’.

In Toronto it probably costs $15,000.00 and takes 14 months to get a permit to build a back deck for your BBQ. and that would be on your own fully owned private land. So building a concrete reenforced tunnel with heating and gas generators with no permits etc. etc. in a public park or whatever that is, I am pretty sure would cause the municipality to wrap its collective heads around parking meters trying to get a compile list of laws and regulations broken. Unless of course they are muslims. Then it was a public service project no doubt.

I mean if that concrete heated gas powered tunnel with lights etc. is “digging a hole” then you Toronto people can easily build a granny suite over your garage and just call it piling up some sticks.

Exposing enemies of the West in Quebec. Salah Assawy and Omar Shahin

The Director of Point de Bascule was interviewed by Montreal’s LCN / TVA reporter and news anchor Michel Jean on Feb 15, 2015.

After the Montreal Outremont borough issued a press release Saturday morning saying it had made the decision that an event would not be held in the city’s cultural center following “disturbing information” broadcast on the TVA Nouvelles network Friday, the network’s investigative show J.E. said two fundamentalist imams — Salah Assawy and Omar Shahin —were leading an event organized by a Shariah Academy where diplomas in Islamic studies would be handed out in.

Following this event, LCN / TVA’s journalist Marie-Laure Delainey interviewed, after difficult negotiations, one of the two leaders behind the shariah academy graduation event, Omar Shahin. Following the excerpt between Delainey and Shahin, Michel Jean interviewed the director of Point de Bascule to expose Shahin’s disturbing links with Islamic radical organizations and individuals who were directly associated with Osama Ben Laden, the late Al-Qaeda leader.

Further reading on this:






The MTS [Montreal Transit Society] allocates a space for muslim prayers

Original Translation by Sassy

From Le Devoir

MONTREAL: Pursuant to the request of ONE MUSLIM EMPLOYEE,  the Montreal Transit Society [MTS] approved allocation of a prayer space in its Youville maintenance workshop Department.

Arnaud Stopa | Le Devoir | 2015-02-06

Since Wednesday, rumor has been spreading among the employees working in the subway repairs’ department, as confirmed by the STM Public Relations to Le Devoir newspaper.

Isabelle A. Tremblay – Corporate Advisor to the STM Public Affairs – stated in an email that regardless if the request was made by a religious Muslim, ” NO, this space is not dedicated to a specific religion”.

However, according to Luc St-Hilaire, President of the Montreal Transit Union, the public institution’s statement is contradictory.  “[The STM] says the space is open to everyone but should the request be made by a Québécois Catholic, it would first require an initial review.”

A request that would be granted?  “It’s a good question, but I was told that since no such request was made, they have no answer.”

In the same email, Mme Tremblay confirmed the STM position.  “The request would be studied according to the same criteria as those applied for requests already received.”

“For many years now, there have been individual requests for accommodations”, explains the Union representative, “and they’ve always been accepted.  But now, it is a new situation: there will be a dedicated space.”

The new space is located under a stairwell, 5′ wide by 25′ long, according to plans of the premises obtained by Le Devoir.  The space will accommodate ‘six people according to various times of the day’ and already has a basin for ritual cleansing.  Apparently “no additional costs were incurred by the STM except for the replacement of six neon tubes […] and the removal of a door lock”. Continue Reading →

Mayor of Montreal gives press conference about imam denied a permit for ‘community center’

The bill to which the Mayor refers, is this one, a federal anti-terror bill. 

Sorry guys. I messed up. I still don’t understand LiveLeak well yet.

I uploaded a new video and made a mistake so I had to delete it and then re-upload a corrected version with a subtitle fixed and accidentally deleted this one instead of the new one with the error.

A professor from Paris reacts to the presence of a veiled student by undressing in class

Original translation by Oz-Rita

From Journal De Montreal

French prof

Archival photo of the lawyer and Professor Grégoire Lafarge while he was answering
media questions concerning one of his clients: the vice-president of the Front
National (Marine LePen’s party), Florian Philippot.


MONAY 19 January 2015

A French lawyer and Professor, Gregoire Lafarge, created quite a commotion (in class and online) – this Friday, when he took on one of his students during a course of ethics.

Le Figaro (Respected French centre-right Daily) quotes one of the students who witnessed the scene: “Arriving in the lecture hall, the professor looked at the veiled young girl intensively. He approached her, probably to ask her to take of her veil, but other students prevented him from ending his sentence. He reacted badly and left the lecture hall immediately. Before returning, apparently in anger, “he undressed in taking off his scarf, his jacket, his shirt. He shouted “my religion is naturism”. (Nudism)

The collegues of the targetted student also reacted, as reported in Le Figaro.

Continue Reading →

The first video from Quebec press on the Montreal mosque and school penetration

Sassy has sent us the translation of this Quebec TV piece discussing the Journal de Montreal expose of Jan. 19 2015 concerning the mosques and schools, what they are preaching and teaching and who funds it. It may not be news to most who read this site but the fact that this kind of information is making the mainstream press means that policies may finally change. Policies like the destruction of Western civilization being funded in fact, by Western civilization.