Category: Terrorism

ACTIVIST LINKS HOLOCAUST WITH YEZIDI GENOCIDE

Four years ago, ISIS began a genocidal assault against the ancient Yezidi people of northern Iraq, that continues to this day. Thousands of men were murdered; thousands of women and girls raped, made sex slaves or were burned alive. Thousands more

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Should Canada Re-establish Relations with Iran? The answer should be a resounding NO!

Re-establishing relations is a terrible idea The Islamic Regime's recent crackdown on Iranian protesters has renewed the debate around Canada's diplomatic relations with Iran. Most recently Tony Burman's article in the Toronto Star attempted to ra

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Markham becomes first Canadian city to proclaim Day of Action on Islamophobia

The Town of Markam became one of the first cities in Canada to proclaim January 29 as a "Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia", Mayor Frank Scarpitti announced on Twitter and Facebook. A Proclamation on the Day of Remembrance and Action on

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How Aid To Palestinians Hurts – Not Helps – The Peace Process

Last week, the US announced its intention to delay a $65 million payment to UNRWA, the United Nations Reliefs and Works Agency. UNRWA is a UN agency specifically dedicated to providing Palestinians with aid. The Trump Administration will be withholdi

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Australian imam: Canada is broken

A popular Australian Muslim scholar who has become internationally known for publicly speaking out against radical Islam, slammed Justin Trudeau's policy of attempting to re-integrate returning ISIS fighters when he wrote on Facebook: "In today's Can

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Syrian refugee who sexually assaulted teenage girls in Edmonton goes on trial

On Monday, a trial began for 40 year old Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, a Syrian refugee and father of six, over alleged sexual assaults on six teenage girls at the West Edmonton Mall water park in February, 2017. Soleiman, who was arrested after the teen

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Federal government announces $4M funding to target radicalization in Alberta

On January 19, 2018, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi announced nearly $4 million in federal funding to two organizations working to address radicalization to violence in Alberta. Around $2.2 million over five years will go

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TDSB’s recommended speaker believes Sharia can be implemented in North America

A new report by the American Center for Democracy reveals that Taha Ghayyur, the new Executive Director of the Islamic Society of North America – Canada (ISNA Canada) and one of the recommended speakers in the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)

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Toronto creates Canada’s first political fellowship program for Muslim youth

A groundbreaking diversity initiative at Toronto City Hall which pairs 13 Muslim interns to volunteer as aides to city councillors commenced on January 15. The initiative, which aims to increase participation in civic engagement among Muslim youth a

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Trudeau’s government to make the Holocaust monument plaque more “inclusive”

A plaque at the Ottawa National Holocaust Monument which didn't mention Jews is to be replaced with a new, "inclusive" plaque which will list Jews as well as other groups targeted by the Nazis. The original plaque, unveiled by Justin Trudeau in Se

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