1. Here is the full video of the girls taking the vow to wear the veil for life at 9 years old. There is much more on this and more related videos. But the connections that the imam and this Montreal Muslim Community Center have are also of great concern. Check out the photos on this related webpage.
Here is a note from the translator:
It must be noted that the iman of this association (CCMM) exerts great pressure on the young girls that go to his mosque to influence them into wearing the hijab as of the age of 8 and 9 years old. (taken from the Poste de Veille website investigation)
Ali Sbeiti, speaking to the little girls that just swore on Allah that they will do their utmost to wear the hijab for the rest of their lives: ” Your veil is not only a source of pride, an honor in your lifetime and the afterlife, but also, you are contributing to improve society by preserving its morals and virtue. We believe the hijab supports and enhances the status of a woman in a society where women are used on posters and on television as objects for sale.”
2. Ezra Levant and guest discuss who the person was who heckled Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper during his speech in the Israeli Parliament the other day.
Hearings on the proposed Charter of Values continued Wednesday at the National Assembly with the man behind the 2007 Herouxville saga.
Among those testifying, was former Herouxville town councillor Andre Drouin, who helped ban religious face coverings and stonings in his Mauricie town.
Drouin said the past seven years have been quite an education, for him, and that Bill 60 is long overdue.
“I believe it’s probably the first, well the best, thing that can happen to the province of Quebec now and I will dare at this – Canada will probably imitate us,” he said.
(Reuters) – Police have killed a senior Islamist militant in Russia’s North Caucasus ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, where security forces searched on Tuesday for a woman they fear is planning an attack during the games.
Many mad Moscow muftis are demanding city authorities officially retract a warning about potential suicide bombers’ unusual behavior in mosques and the description of prayer sites as terrorist meeting places.
Mufti Hazrat Gizatullin, the deputy head of the official Muslim organization for European Russia, said in an interview with Izvestia daily that representatives of his organization intended to send an official protest to the Moscow city Department Of Interethnic And Inter-Religious Cooperation.
[I apologize for the added alliteration at the start but I couldn’t stop myself]
Thank you M, Fjordman, Susan Victoria, and all who sent in materials.