Here is the official announcement:
Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra to attend meeting of Council of Foreign Ministers of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
Source: Government of Canada by organisation 2
Headline: Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra to attend meeting of Council of Foreign Ministers of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
July 9, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada
Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Consular Affairs), announced today that he will visit Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, from July 10 to 11, 2017, to attend the 44th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The council’s central theme this year is Youth, Peace and Development in a World of Solidarity.
During his visit, Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra will have the opportunity to meet with OIC member states and enhance Canada’s engagement with the organization.
The OIC council meetings will offer Canada a distinct opportunity to raise and advance our core values, including human rights, freedom, democratic governance and the rule of law.
Who exactly did Trudeau send to the OIC meeting?
So, Canada has unofficially joined the OIC.
Great, just super…
Thank you again for having these interviews. I think they are tremendously worthwhile.
Canada is not free, it isn’t a full fledged dictatorship but it has already moved way down the slippery slope to dictatorship.
For what it’s worth. From what I’ve heard from Canadian diplomatic sources the Red Chinese already own the major Canadian ports.
For what it’s worth 😉
“Genghis Khan Meets Islam”
by Ibrahim Lone – November 16, 2008
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Comey and Snowden:
I listened to all I could take.
What’s to be done?
What’s to be done? First do this:
Oh, thank-you EB!
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Trudeau is the Obamomination of Canada…we know 8 years of the obamanista in USA.
Very good informative talks with You and Mr. Johnson. Is it possible to create a playlist of these talks and place it on the side bar? Thank you for your videos and your blog.
Not sure, maybe. I can possibly make a new page and put them in there. I expect to do more so that may be the way to go.
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I read this post with particular interest because we are presently vacationing in Canada, in Whistler, BC. As an American I am keenly interested in the path Canada is going down. The news that a senior administration official is gong to visit the OIC, with the stated purpose of
“The OIC council meetings will offer Canada a distinct opportunity to raise and advance our core values, including human rights, freedom, democratic governance and the rule of law.”
I thought I should point out some factual information the senior official could use.
When analyzing statements from the OIC, communications concerning human rights MUST be read with the presumption that provisions laid down in Articles 24 and 25 of the Cairo Declaration are in effect. (The Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam is a formal legal instrument promulgated on behalf of OIC Member States in 1990. It was formally served to the United Nations in 1993. In June 2000, OIC Member States agreed to support the Cairo Declaration and the document controls OIC policy on human rights.)
For convenience, Articles 24 and 25 can be reduced to a single statement to guide the senior official:
“Human Rights are defined as shariah law for the purpose of any analysis involving the OIC, a Member State, or initiatives reasonably arising from either — including all entities claiming Islamic law as the basis of law, including all elements of the Islamic Movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS, and al-Qaeda.”
In summary, when analyzing any “core values, including human rights, freedom, democratic governance and the rule of law” the senior official should remember that those can ONLY be addressed in terms of what Islamic law permits them to mean! Islamic law is the ONLY criterion by which a determination can be made in the event of any dispute requiring resolution.
I can only hope that Canada can learn from the nightmare that Europe is experiencing with its open-door immigration policy and avoid the same pitfall.
I think most of the readers of this site know the difference between the Cairo Declaration and the UN Declaration of human rights. What Canada is attempting to do here is up for grabs…
Hopefully, they want to make some trade agreements. Not so hopefully they want to cozy up to a misogynist disgusting culture that is anathema to western freedom.
What is Tredeau up to? I don’t think he even knows…
Canada has its very own Obama clone now.