(He makes two claims on CBC. One is that it was the PdB article that caused his suspension. Personally I doubt the Canadian government would suspend a trusted member over unsubstantiated claims from a random website. And secondly he claims that the accusations made at PdB are unsubstantiated. Here are two articles, one and two, about Hamdani from that site. Each of us can decide for ourselves if they constitute proof or reasoned argument or just hysterical accusation.
2. Egyptian cleric makes the strongest call for utter genocide of all Jewish people seen since WW2
After the Charlie Hebdo and kosher-supermarket massacres in January, you may recall, Valls delivered a passionate, widely circulated speech on anti-Semitism in France, declaring the problem of Jewish flight so serious the French Republic must be judged a failure if Jews left en masse. Then, Valls pulled no punches regarding the source of the crisis: “We are at war with terrorism, jihadism and Islamist radicalism.”
That January cri du coeur offered truths that were the gift of spontaneity. With time for second thoughts (and who knows what political pressure), the message Valls now delivers is quite different. Last week the prime minister told suburban high school students: “Racism, anti-Semitism, hatred of Muslims, of foreigners and homophobia are increasing in an unbearable manner in our country.” He added, “French Jews should no longer be afraid of being Jewish and French Muslims should no longer be ashamed of being Muslims.
5. EU Chief warns of worsening crisis as car bob in Baghdad kills 21
Managers at Polmont run the risk of being accused of pandering to political correctness. It is thought they are buying in chicken from a halal supplier to avoid being accused of religious discrimination.
But the chickens – which have their throats cut to satisfy Islamic law – are required by only seven young men.
Last year a report by Her Majesty’s Inspector of Prisons forced bosses to cut back on sourcing all of its meat from halal butchers due to the small numbers of Muslims.
(We should object to the term, ‘required’. Granted if a person in prison is lethally allergic to lobster, they should not be forced to eat lobster. But having an arguable religious preference for a certain method of slaughter and blessing hardly makes it a requirement)
7. A depressing comment from reader ‘Bill’ concerning the UK. I post it because earlier this week I became aware of a nearly identical sentiment from a highly respected British author and pundit and expert that was offered in a semi confidential fashion at a function which nearly mirrors this comment and certainly its sentiment.
(This site discussed this Mr. Bonehill once before I believe)
Thank you all who sent in materials today to build this and all the posts. I confess I lost track as I was trying to do too may things at once. There is quite a reaction from Hussein Hamdani over his suspension. CBC is modifying their page on it every couple of hours it seems. Also the full Parliamentary debate by Geert Wilders on the adoption of the Australian method of dealing with the migrant invasion should be ready for your viewing pleasure within the hour. A lot of people did a lot of work to make that happen. It should appear here and Gates of Vienna within the hour.
Also this post is rather heavy in the antisemitism department. Not because those stories are sought and put forward, but because the frequency and severity of them justify that much attention to that aspect of the islamic impact on the Western world.
As usual, the comments are a gold mine of inks inks and educated opinions on the transformation the world is now going through and the denial of it by the political left as well as the simultaneous celebration of that same transformation they deny is happening. Worth stopping in there.
Once again, thank you for the comments, the links and for reading the site. More to come.