New report on CAIR-CAN/NCCM showing Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Qaeda) ties

Thank you ACT for Canada for sending this very important, and especially to Canadians, report on CAIR-CAN

Point De Bascule:

Hassan al-Banna: Remembering a True Guide – The full article is archived on Point de Bascule

Hassan al-Banna was described as a role model by three senior directors of the NCCM / CAIR-CAN

When CAIR-CAN became the National Council of Canadian Muslims, it presented itself as “a leading voice that enriches Canadian society through Muslim civic engagement and the promotion of human rights.”

This description is misleading given the fact that many of the leaders of the NCCM / CAIR-CAN (past and present) have collaborated with organizations in Canada and abroad whose track records are incompatible with human rights. Although the NCCM / CAIR-CAN Executive Director Ihsaan Gardee claimed in a CBC interview that his organization has never had any relationship with the Washington-based Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), documents issued by his own organization prove otherwise.

In the context of the NCCM’s recent allegations of defamation against the Prime Minister’s Office for having linked the NCCM to Hamas, discussing the relationship between Washington-based CAIR and the NCCM / CAIR-CAN is all the more relevant given the fact that in a 2009 American case, a federal judge concluded that “The [U.S.] government has produced ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR, ISNA [and other organizations] with Hamas.”

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4 Replies to “New report on CAIR-CAN/NCCM showing Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Qaeda) ties”

  1. Tunisia arrests suspect over killing of Mohamed Brahmi (BBC, Feb 9, 2014)
    “Security forces in Tunisia have arrested an Islamist suspect in the assassination last year of a prominent opposition politician, Mohamed Brahmi. The suspect Hmed el-Melki – alias “Somali” – was captured outside Tunis, said an interior ministry spokesman. It followed a fierce gunfight at a house in which “a terrorist group had holed up”, said Mohamed Ali Aroui. The killing of Mr Brahmi and another opposition leader, Chokri Belaid, plunged Tunisia into political crisis…”

  2. Pakistan: Karachi gunmen kill eight at faith healer’s home (BBC, Feb 9, 2014)
    “Gunmen on motorbikes have shot dead eight people, including an eight-year-old girl and her father, at a faith healer’s house in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi. At least 12 other people were wounded in the shooting as dozens of people waited to see the Sufi cleric. Karachi is Pakistan’s largest city with an estimated 18 million residents. It has been plagued by sectarian, ethnic and political violence for years. “Six gunmen on three motorcycles stormed into the house and started indiscriminate firing,” senior police official Irfan Baloch told AFP news agency. He added that the attackers had fired 9mm pistols, a weapon used in a series of targeted killings in the city…”

  3. Brilliant work by Pointe de Bascule putting all this together.

    How on earth is it not seditious to write ’MAC adopts and strives to implement Islam […] as understood in its contemporary context by the late Imam, Hassan Albanna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood’? Surely ‘to implement Islam’ in this context can only mean to establish sharia in Canada. The Government of Canada should be taking Jamal Badawi and Wael Haddara and Khadija Haffajee to court, not the other way around.

  4. So what do the Taliban want? Of course! More Islam! After all, that is how you get peace by definition according to Muhammadan tradition. lol

    Taliban want Islamic system of governance in Pak: Reports (timesofindia, Feb 9, 2014)
    “An Islamic system of governance, introduction of Shariah law and release of jailed militants are part of a 15-point agenda finalized by the Taliban for peace talks with the Pakistan government, according to media reports on Sunday. The Taliban ‘Shura’ or council, which has been meeting in the restive northwest since yesterday under its deputy chief Sheikh Khalid Haqqani, also demanded the withdrawal of the army from tribal areas, said a report on the website of the Dawn daily … The reports about the 15-point agenda could not be independently confirmed. According to the report on Dawn’s website, the agenda includes introduction of Shariah law in courts, halting US drone attacks and introduction of an Islamic system of education in public and private institutions. Other demands include release of Pakistani Taliban and foreign fighters from jail, restoration and compensation for property damaged in drone attacks, handing over control of tribal areas to local forces, withdrawal of the army from tribal areas and shutting down of check posts. The report said the agenda also states all criminal allegations against the Taliban should be dropped…”

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