1. Four Australian babies killed by Covid regs
2. Many of the videos of elites getting the shot seemed fake to me.
3. Hard to say who has it worse. America with Biden, or Canada with the drama teacher
He just does what he is told. pic.twitter.com/Oc27qXZUpr
— Denise (@DeniseInCanada) August 30, 2021
(This Toronto Sun article is from 2013. Maybe people are smart enough or aware enough now to pay attention to it.)
Take a recent visit by Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to a mosque in B.C. called the Surrey Jamia Masjid. Plenty of politicians campaign there, including NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, who wore a smart suit. But in Trudeau’s last visit, he wore a full Arab-style Muslim dress called a jalabiya.
Perhaps that’s not weird — Trudeau, after all, was an amateur actor and drama teacher. Eyes would roll if Prime Minister Stephen Harper dressed up as an Orthodox Jew, replete with long black coat and fur-brimmed hat, but the media have always been more forgiving of Trudeau’s shtick.
But it’s not Trudeau’s dress that was the most unusual. It’s what he did. He went to the mosque to participate in a religious ritual, called the Maghrib salah.
It’s a daily prayer service with a particular meaning. Part of the prayer is called the shahada, which in Arabic means to testify. As in, to testify to the Truth that Allah is the one true God, and Mohammed is his one true Prophet.
To say the shahada, in the presence of two or more Muslim males, is the sole requirement in Islamic law to convert to Islam.
Did Trudeau convert to Islam? Did the people praying with him think he did? If so, did he mean it?
It’s one thing to visit a mosque on Monday, a synagogue on Tuesday and a gay pride parade on Wednesday — all are part of a pluralistic Canada. But to say the shahada is more than showing tolerance or friendship to one faith. It’s to join that faith by testifying that it’s the only true faith.
(Both in Revelations and in the last two years we have learned one thing. It always starts out as “voluntary”.)
August 13, 2021 | Ottawa, Ontario | Public Health Agency of Canada
The Government of Canada is working with partners to protect the health and safety of Canadians and to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and its variants in Canada. Self-isolation is one of the most effective ways to help stop the spread of COVID-19. However, for some people in Canada, crowded housing conditions and high costs can make it unsafe or impossible to self-isolate, putting themselves, their families and communities at risk through no fault of their own.
Today, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health, announced funding for projects across Ontario to operate safe voluntary isolation sites. The funding will support the following four projects:
- the Cochrane District Social Services Administration Board for sites in Timmins, Cochrane, Hearst, Kapuskasing and Moosonee;
- the County of Hastings for a site in Belleville;
- the Kenora District Services Board for sites in Kenora and Sioux Lookout; and
- the City of Hamilton.
These sites help people who have COVID-19—or have been exposed to it—access safe isolation accommodations to keep themselves and their community safe. These are in addition to the sites available for people experiencing homelessness who need to isolate because of a positive test.
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