Former MAC MAC president Wael Haddara was senior advisor to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and member of the Egyptian delegation at the United Nations

This just in from Point De Bascule. 

I don’t ask this often so please consider this request.

Read this article carefully over at Point De Bascule, and forward it or a summary of it, to everyone you can think of, especially in media or who has an interested blog. This is a chance for us to actually strike back against organizations who have been taking a generous amount of Canadian tax-dollars under false pretenses and who are affiliated with the sharp end of the Islamic spear.

From Point De Bascule Canada:



On his Twitter account, Wael Haddara introduces himself as an “ICU physician (and other things).” In recent months, one of these “other things” done by Haddara has been advising ousted Muslim Brotherhood-backed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. In an interview to Canadian network Global TV on August 15, 2013, Wael Haddara was introduced as a “former advisor to Mohammed Morsi.” According to his own professional profile, Haddara was born in Egypt.


…his position as president of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) on December 12, 2012. Besides his involvement with MAC, Wael Haddara has also been associated with the following Islamist organizations in the past: Muslim World League, CAIR-CAN, London Moslem Mosque, IRFAN-Canada and the Muslim Students Association (National). Appropriate references about Haddara’s leadership roles with these organizations are available in our previous article announcing Haddara’s resignation from MAC’s Board. This may not be a complete list of Islamist organizations with which Haddara has been involved in North America.

Please click over to PDB for the whole article. One has to wonder about Canadian Government funding to an organization with these kinds of ties.

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One Reply to “Former MAC MAC president Wael Haddara was senior advisor to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and member of the Egyptian delegation at the United Nations”

  1. Muslim on Muslim crime!

    17 executed in Iraq, ministry says (CNN, Aug 19, 2013)
    “Iraqi authorities executed 17 people, including an Egyptian man and two Iraqi women, most of whom were convicted of terrorism, Iraq’s Ministry of Justice said in a statement released Monday.

    “The Ministry carried out the executions against the terrorists after it was approved by the presidential council,” the ministry said in the statement.

    The prisoners were put to death in what appears to be the latest of several executions carried out by authorities in recent months, despite a United Nations call for restraint. Nearly 70 people were executed in Iraq in 2013, according to CNN tally, and Human Rights Watch reports that more than 120 people were executed between 2011 and 2012…”

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