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Below, a worthy augmenting video.
This just in from Point De Bascule.
I don’t ask this often so please consider this request.
Read this article carefully over at Point De Bascule, and forward it or a summary of it, to everyone you can think of, especially in media or who has an interested blog. This is a chance for us to actually strike back against organizations who have been taking a generous amount of Canadian tax-dollars under false pretenses and who are affiliated with the sharp end of the Islamic spear.
On his Twitter account, Wael Haddara introduces himself as an “ICU physician (and other things).” In recent months, one of these “other things” done by Haddara has been advising ousted Muslim Brotherhood-backed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. In an interview to Canadian network Global TV on August 15, 2013, Wael Haddara was introduced as a “former advisor to Mohammed Morsi.” According to his own professional profile, Haddara was born in Egypt.
…his position as president of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) on December 12, 2012. Besides his involvement with MAC, Wael Haddara has also been associated with the following Islamist organizations in the past: Muslim World League, CAIR-CAN, London Moslem Mosque, IRFAN-Canada and the Muslim Students Association (National). Appropriate references about Haddara’s leadership roles with these organizations are available in our previous article announcing Haddara’s resignation from MAC’s Board. This may not be a complete list of Islamist organizations with which Haddara has been involved in North America.
Please click over to PDB for the whole article. One has to wonder about Canadian Government funding to an organization with these kinds of ties.
There are a few possibilities for why these things are as they are. But some explanation should be provided. The first problem is the slick prepared evasion of the question by Ottawa Chief of police when asked a direct question by a caller from Montreal:
Here are some links that might help clarify the caller’s question.
1. Being had for dinner by David Harris. (More from him shortly)
(Maybe the MAFIA should have thought of this)
Later on same day, David Harris came on the same station and discussed a number of things but in this segment, the question from earlier in the morning came up:
Maybe there is a real answer lurking somewhere that we would all like or at least be satisfied with. But given the degree of infiltration in most Western nations by Muslim Brotherhood fronts and Saudi funded organizations with less than noble goals, it would be nice to at least have an answer at all.
Écrit par Point de Bascule on 05 Avril 2013. Posted in Articles par Point de Bascule
After CBC News revealed that two terrorists involved in the attack on a gas plant in Algeria were from London (Ontario), Wael Haddara and Munir el-Kassem told the media that they were unknown to them and that terrorism cannot be linked with religion.
From April 2011 to March 2012, while Wael Haddara was on the board of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) as a director and later as its chair, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) revoked the charitable status of three Islamic organizations linked with MAC because they were involved in the financing of terrorism. WAMY-Canada transferred Saudi funds to MAC in 2002-2003 and lost its status because it funded al-Qaeda in 2001. IRFAN-Canada lost its status after CRA concluded that for the 2005-2009 period alone, it transferred $14.6 million to the terrorist organization Hamas. From 2001 to 2010, MAC transferred $296,514 to IRFAN, Hamas fund collector in Canada.
“Islam has allowed boys to engage in sports for one specific reason and that is to always keep them healthy and strong. But why should a Muslim be healthy and strong? Firstly, it is necessary to take care of the body because it is a gift from Allah. Secondly, so that you may physically be ready for jihad whenever the time comes for it.”
“Islam is a dynamic, comprehensive school that aims at the rectification of the social and economic systems of the world in a special manner. Unlike the beliefs of the ancient Romans, the Jews, and the Nazis, Islam is not restricted to a certain community of a certain race, but is for all human beings…”
“No doubt any wise, humanitarian person accepts such a combat and admires it [jihad] because there is no other way to achieve the sacred ends of the Prophets.”
“End of Jewish Plots and Treacheries: Ever since the Prophet’s entry into Madina, the treacherous Jews had vehemently opposed him and his Islamic call, evoking memories of their hostility to the previous Prophet, Jesus Christ, half a millennium ago. The crafty Jews entered into an alliance with the polytheist Quraish in a bid to stamp out Islam. They conspired to kill Prophet Muhammad despite the fact that he was lenient towards them and had treated them kindly, hoping to convince them of Islam’s truth. But eventually as Jewish plots and aggressions increased, he had no choice other than to take up arms against them, in order to protect Islam and the Muslims. At the battle of Khaiber which is famous for Imam Ali’s heroic exploits, the Prophet defeated them ending Jewish intrigues and conspiracies in Arabia.”
Source: Curriculum, East End Madrassah, eemadrassah.ca
A Toronto Islamic school whose teaching materials disparaged Jews and encouraged boys to keep fit for jihad will not face criminal charges but police said their investigation had identified passages of syllabus books they found concerning.
A York Regional Police report outlining the hate crimes investigation of the East End Madrassah said a review of 30 school syllabus books found portions that “challenged some of Canada’s core values” and “suggested intolerance,” even if they were not criminal.
The report also confirmed some of the school materials originated from books published by Iranian foundations, one of which is an alleged front for the Islamic regime. The Iranian-origin passages referred to Jews as “crafty” and “treacherous,” and contrasted Islam with “the Jews and the Nazis.”
Police held Principal Masuma Jessa and Imam Syed Mohammed Rizvi responsible. “As leaders in their respective roles the two must accept responsibility for failing to appropriately screen the learning material. Although not held criminally responsible, the complaint has raised a legitimate concern and has prompted change.”
Écrit par Point de Bascule on 13 juillet 2012. Posted in Actualités d’ici et d’ailleurs
In a recent communiqué published on its website, the Ottawa Police Service endorsed an activity organized by the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC).
On its own website, MAC acknowledges its adherence to the ideology promoted by the Muslim Brotherhood and its founder Hassan al-Banna:
MAC’s (…) modern roots can be traced to the Islamic revival of the early twentieth century, culminating in the movement of the Muslim Brotherhood. (…) MAC adopts and strives to implement Islam, as embodied in the Qur’an, and the teachings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and as understood in its contemporary context by the late Imam, Hassan Albanna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood. MAC regards this ideology as the best representation of Islam as delivered by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
Screen grab of Bilal Philips
CALGARY – The controversial Muslim preacher who says homosexuals are evil and advocates for their death is set to speak at an upcoming event in Calgary.
Dr. Bilal Philips, a Canadian-born Muslim preacher with reputed links to terrorists who’s been ousted from several countries, is to be a speaker at the Power of Unity Conference.
The event, being held by the Muslim Council of Calgary June 29 to July 1, aims to celebrate multiculturalism and more than a half-century of Islam in Canada.
Pride Calgary spokesman Doug Hass is disappointed Philips, on a roster alongside nearly two dozen speakers, is invited to spread his “hatred” here.
Saying the organization isn’t planning any protests, Hass wouldn’t be surprised if some people show up to voice their opinion at the event.
A man who has repeatedly said homosexuals should be executed is the top speaker at a Calgary conference taking place on the Canada Day long weekend.
The ironically named conference – The Power of Unity: Islam in a MultiCultural Canada – is headlining Bilal Philips, who goes far beyond saying what many religious leaders believe about homosexuality being a sin. Philips, who has been barred from travelling to Germany, is on the record as saying all male homosexuals should face the “punishment for deviant behaviour . . . which is death.”
You can check him out on YouTube.
But Philips, who was born in Jamaica and raised in Ontario, where he converted to Islam, is not the only controversial speaker – not by a long shot. There’s a whole raft of them speaking at the Muslim Council of Calgary event.
It should come as little surprise that Canadian Islamist groups are gushing with glee over the Toronto District School Board’s decision to play host to the illegal cafeteria-cum- mosque, it’s travelling Imam and the gender apartheid, Muslim menses ban set-up at Valley Park Middle School in Toronto. I especially love their references to the importance of human rights.
It appears the legal beagles over at the Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association must have opted to appear for Friday prayer instead of attending the classes which directly reference sections 15 and 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guaranteeing equality and gender equality respectively. Continue Reading →
by Mary Lou Ambrogio, Douglas Cassan, Eva Ryten, et al.
May 23, 2011
[Ed. note: The following letter, addressed to Campus Watch, is signed by concerned residents of London, Ontario, home of Huron University College (HUC). On May 11, Campus Watch published an article by Canadian journalist Barbara Kay, “The Dumbing Down of Due Diligence at Canada’s Huron College,” a shorter version of which appeared May 13 in Canada’s National Post. Kay detailed the questionable sources of funding for a new chair in Islamic studies at HUC. The signatories of this letter also signed an April 5 letter to HUC interim principal (president) Trish Fulton, referenced below, explaining their concerns about the funding.]
We thank Campus Watch for publishing the excellent essay of Barbara Kay on the establishment of a Chair in Islamic Studies at Huron University College in London, Ontario funded mainly by the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) and the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC). Your coverage sparked quite a bit of media interest in Canada and, at last, this matter is getting public attention.
This report is coming to you from a number of the individuals who signed the original letter of concern to Huron University College. (It is not signed by all of them because we want to get the information contained in this communication out quickly and we do not have the time to contact and receive a reply from all the signatories.) As the message is too long for a letter to any editor, we hope you will publish this on your web-site as an update to Barbara Kay’s essay.