Islamization of Europe and the European Caliphate

by: Rami Dabbas

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In the 20th century, the World’s population increased four times and exceeded 6.5 billion people. the demographic change in the  recent decades has seen a rapid growth in the number of Muslims. Since 1990, the number of Muslims in the world has increased from 880 million to 1 billion people. Islam became the fastest growing world religion in terms of the number of adherents, and according to current forecasts, by 2030 there will be at least two billion Muslims on earth out of a total population of 8 billion.

Currently, Islam is already the second largest religion in terms  of followers (after Christianity). More than two thirds of Muslims live in Asia, where they constitute over 20% of the population, and almost 30% in Africa (half of the continent’s population). Muslim communities exist in more than 120 countries of the world, in 35 of them they constitute over 80% of the population (most of them are in the countries of North Africa and West Asia). The largest absolute Muslim communities reside in Indonesia, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Sociologists predict that by 2025 in the US, the Islamic community will become the second largest after Christians, overtaking the Jewish one.

Especially rapidly increasing is the number of Muslims in Europe. The largest Muslim community is in France: from 5 to 7 million (up to 10% of the total population), Islam became the second largest religion in the country after Catholicism. Numerous communities of followers of Islam were formed in Germany (4 million), Great Britain (1.7 million), Italy and Holland (1 million each). Significant Muslim communities are scattered throughout all Western European countries.

It should be noted that no one knows the real number of Muslims in Western Europe, since along with the legal immigrants and their descendants, there are many millions of illegal immigrants who are absent in official statistics. According to various estimates, between 15 and 24 million Muslims now live in Western Europe. Demographers predict that by 2025  the number of Muslims in Europe will double due to the high birth rate and mass immigration from North Africa and the Middle East.

Islam came to Western Europe just a few decades ago. Until the end of the 1940s, there were very few Muslims. (most in France – 120 thousand in the mid-1920s). The first mass migration was associated with the war in Algeria (1954-1962). After the forced consent of France to the declaration of independence of this North African states, hundreds of thousands of local Muslims took advantage of the opportunity to move to their former metropolis.

As a result of mass migrations from developing countries, the level of ethnic and denominational fragmentation of the population of those European states that were quite homogeneous a few decades ago is constantly increasing. It is fundamentally important that, unlike in past years, a significant part of Muslim migrants and their descendants now do not show a desire to integrate into a new environment for themselves.

The former European model of building a single civic nation within the framework of a national state (like the “melting pot” in the USA) in modern conditions ceases to work. Consequences of this are the concepts of building multicultural, multi-religious, and more recently, multilingual communities within individual states of Western Europe. For adherents of liberalism, these concepts seem to be a logical development of democracy, where minority rights are guaranteed and protected by the state. At the same time, no distinction is made between the “old” and the “new” population: their rights to an original existence are equally protected by a democratic state.

Muslim areas and suburbs appeared in Paris, Berlin, London and many other major European cities. Most modern French Muslims are descendants of the Arab Maghreb (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco). In Germany, Netherlands, Austria and Denmark, the Muslim community is mainly represented by descendants of Turkish immigrants. British Muslims – most descendants of immigrants from British India (Pakistan and Bangladesh).

The increase in the number of European Muslims is promoted by the high fertility rate encouraged by state social programs. In Muslim families, the average number of children is usually not less than four. Large Muslim families contrasts with the small families and the crisis of traditional family values ​​among the indigenous Europeans. The most important democratic achievement of modern Western civilization proclaimed freedom of homosexual relations, and in a number of countries (Holland, Belgium, Canada, Spain and Switzerland, as well as a number of US states) same-sex marriages were legally allowed.

Along with the increase in the number of sexual minorities, the reduction of the indigenous (atheistic or nominally Christian) population of Western Europe is promoted by the conscious rejection of the birth of children, as many Europeans believe that children will interfere with their careers or simply interfere with their usual and comfortable life. Families that have one child, rarely decide on the birth of the second. For simple reproduction of the population, the average birth rate should be 2.1 children. But women in Western Europe, on average, give birth to only 1.4 children. And in the conditions of a progressive decline in the indigenous population of Europe, Muslims successfully fill the demographic vacuum that has formed.

This plays into the feminist propaganda, which asserts that children prevent women from occupying a worthy place in society. The rejection of traditional family values ​​and the moral crisis of society contribute to the growth of the popularity of Islam, even among the indigenous people of Europe. In France, the number of white French Muslims already exceeds 50 thousand, and this far exceeds, for example, the number of Russian Muslims in Russia.

For several decades, the difficulties of a demographic and economic nature have forced the EU countries to legalize and even promote immigration from Muslim countries. European politicians considered it indecent even to ask the question, is modern Europe and Islam compatible in principle? Both did not preached the ideas of tolerance and multiculturalism as for Islam for example unlike what Islam Claims, incompatible with the views of Samuel Huntington, who in his sensational book “The Clash of Civilizations” claimed that Europe and Islam are two antipodes, two initially hostile antagonistic civilizations. On the contrary, the prevailing view was that the integration of the Muslim diaspora into European society would contribute to the rapprochement of Christian and Islamic civilizations.

The rationale for such optimistic ideas were examples when yesterday’s illiterate migrant workers or their descendants successfully fit into European reality, made a successful career, and even became members of the European Parliament. But widely propagated examples of this kind were sporadic; they did not reflect the real picture and only disoriented society, and indeed the political elite of Western Europe.

It is characteristic that, unlike the first wave of immigrants, the rejection of the surrounding reality among Muslims of the second and third generation constantly increased and acquired more and more radical forms. Already in the second half of the 1990s, young Muslims in Europe began to become increasingly intolerant of such European values ​​as sexual equality, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, ensuring the rights of sexual minorities, etc. In schools that were attended by young Muslims, it became increasingly difficult to teach certain subjects. Over the years, in many schools it has become impossible to teach the history of the Holocaust, the theory of the origin of life, the development of species and humanity, as well as a number of other subjects that seemed completely unacceptable for young Muslims and their parents.

Gradually, in schools with Muslim students, sexual segregation was established: the boys sat down in one part of the class, and the girls – in the other, in hospitals the refusals of treatment by a male doctor or a man – by women became more frequent. Only ten years ago, only old women wore Muslim headscarves. Now they are worn by half of the female Muslim population of France, and in some municipalities of France this figure reaches 80%. Hijabs are increasingly common in other European countries.

Young Muslims in Europe no longer limit themselves to living under the laws of the land. In most cases, Muslim girls and women were not free to choose: many were forced to wear hijabs under the pressure of relatives or the community. According to special studies conducted by the French authorities, in some European cities, a Muslim girl who refuses to wear a headscarf “risks exposure to insults, physical aggression, sexual abuse and even collective rape.” In France, such acts of aggression against dissenters within the Muslim community occur regularly. The growth of Islamic fundamentalism among European Muslims created favorable conditions for the politicization of Islam in Europe.

Until the late 1990s Islamist political parties did not exist in Europe. Now they have appeared in France and Belgium. While these parties are not numerous and are not represented in parliament,  they already have their first successes: in Belgium in May 2003, “Parti de la Citoyennete et Prosperite” (PCP, Citizenship and Prosperity Party), which preaches radical Islam, gained more than 8 thousand votes in the Brussels elections.

Over the past four years, hundreds of acts of aggression by Muslim youth have been witnessed  in European cities, and the number of anti-Semitic demonstrations is constantly growing. According to sociologists, European Muslims do not show tolerance for their fellow citizens in precisely those countries that are most tolerant.

As shown by a sociological study conducted by the pew Washington Research Center in 13 western states, in the UK, while there is the most tolerant attitude of indigenous people towards Muslim immigrants in Europe, there is the most open dislike of Muslims towards Europeans.

In most countries, suspicion and contempt for each other, Muslims and non-Muslims are mostly mutual. But in the UK there is a huge gap in this regard. 63% of Britons treat Muslims positively, this figure has only slightly decreased since 2004 due to explosions in the London Underground. In France, such an attitude can be seen among approximately 60% of citizens, while in the USA, Germany and Spain this figure does not exceed 29%.

Only a third of Britons consider Muslims as cruel and hostile, whereas in Spain about 60% of indigenous people hold this opinion, in Germany – 52%, in the US – 45%, in France – 41%. At the same time, it is in Great Britain that the most negative attitude of local Muslims towards European values ​​is noted in the West. Most of the representatives of the British Ummah consider the people of the Western world to be selfish, arrogant, greedy and immoral. In the rest of the countries, the majority of Muslims share the respect for Europeans towards women, but in the UK, less than half of Muslim citizens agree with this.

In the UK, only 32% of Muslims are tolerant towards the Jewish community, whereas, for example, in France this figure is 71%. Finally, it is British Muslims who less than others believe in the possibility of their existence in Western society while maintaining the traditional way of life and adherence to conservative values.

At the same time, citizens of Great Britain showed the greatest sympathy, in contrast to other states, for Muslims in the context of a “caricature” scandal. Only 9% of the British respondents believe that the conflicts between Islam and the West that arose on this ground were the result of “Muslim intolerance towards Western freedom”, but about three-quarters of the respondents blamed “disrespect of the West towards Muslims” The same is believed in Muslim countries. 55% of Americans and 2/3 of Germans and French believe that relations between people of the West and Muslims in general leave much to be desired. Some optimism can be had only by the fact that, as studies have shown, in the Muslim communities of Europe,  Muslim attitude to the Europeans are still better than in Muslim countries.

At the beginning of the third millennium, European Muslims became an active political force. In the spring and summer of 2001, mass rallies were held by British Muslims in the factory cities of central England. In 2002, during the parliamentary elections in France, mass demonstrations of French Muslims greatly paralyzed the activity of right-wing Populist National Front. European Muslims in many respects contributed to the development by Europe of an independent position on the issue of the war in Iraq in 2003. In the winter of 2003/2004. large-scale actions of European Muslims were held, which were directed against the ban by the French Ministry of Education on wearing the hijab in schools. In European cities, mass marches are constantly taking place in support of the Palestinian people, against the policies of the United States and Israel.

Some Islamic leaders demanded autonomy for European Muslims. Thus, the director of the Muslim Institute Kaleem Siddiqi (one of the leaders of Islamic radicals in the UK) in his “Muslim manifesto” demanded that British Muslims be given the status of an “autonomous community”.

Europe has become an arena for the activities of Islamic terrorists who organized the bombings in Madrid and London, as well as the murder of the Dutch director Theo Van Gogh in Amsterdam. At the same time, terrorism is generated not only by internal causes, but also by the processes that occur within the Muslim communities of Europe. Many Muslims who participated in the terrorist attack on the USA on September 11, 2001, were Muslims from European countries. Their worldview was shaped in Europe, where favorable conditions were established for the dissemination of the ideas of radical Islam, which rejects liberal and democratic values.

The majority of those who committed the terrorist attacks on March 11, 2004 in Madrid were also young Muslims belonging to the second or third generation of immigrants. They were not associated with foreign terrorist organizations, although they claimed to be al Qaeda followers. The group included residents of Madrid and full-fledged citizens of Spain (mostly of Moroccan origin), who were inspired by the ideas of jihad, influenced by the information they gathered on the Internet on radical Islamic websites. The same picture was observed in the UK, where the London attacks of July 7, 2005 were also carried out by young Muslims – full-fledged British citizens.

Islam has become a major factor in European public life. Without taking this factor into account, no serious forecast of the future development of Europe, or of the entire modern world, is possible. A significant part of the Muslims of Europe did not integrate into European reality and consciously refuses to accept the Western European way of life, morality and values. Refusing European identity, they make a choice in favor of “pure” Islam in its Arabian variety and feel themselves primarily as part of the global Muslim community.

The current demographic situation strengthens Muslims in the belief that sooner or later Western Europe will become part of the Islamic world. Among them there is the conviction that the womb of a Muslim woman has become the most effective means of Islamizing Europe and the whole world. Some analysts claim that in the very near future, France will become the first Islamic country in Western Europe, from which Islam will begin its triumphal march through the rest of the continent.

European states have achieved great and unconditional success in defending the democratic rights and freedoms of their citizens. This fully applies to the rights of minorities living in them: religious, ethnic, sexual. The result of this liberal policy was the growing ethno-confessional fragmentation of Europe. But after all, such ethno-confessional fragmentation has always been one of the main features of developing countries. In most of them, such a mosaic caused a heightened conflict in society. The internal political instability caused by it still remains the most important cause of socio-economic stagnation, even social degradation, which are observed in many developing countries.

An increasing number of Muslims prefer to live within their own community, solely by their own laws, and not even speak the languages ​​of their countries of residence. It is precisely this behavior of Muslims that is fundamentally different from the behavior of other minorities (Chinese, Indian, Eastern European, etc.), who, while preserving their cultural traditions and identity, still strive to adapt and integrate into the society where they now live.

Obviously, the more numerous the Islamic segments that are not integrated into the local society, the higher the potential for conflict of the society and the more favorable the ground appears for the activities of radical Islamist groups.

It must be emphasized that Islam, like any other religion, does not in itself pose a threat to the world and society. The threat arises only when Islam ceases to be a religion and begins to be used as a political ideology that is designed to seize power in individual countries, regions or on a planetary scale by the name of creating the future World Caliphate.

In the conditions of the development of a special policy towards Muslims built on the liberal values ​​of European society, their very isolation from the number of other minorities seems to be an absolutely unacceptable violation of democracy. The persistent desire to ignore the specifics of Muslim problems led to the fact that such extremists as Egyptian Abu Hamza, without any problems, received British citizenship and for many years lived quietly in the UK, engaging in terrorist activities.

For European liberalism, it would be unthinkable to enact legislation similar to, for example, the recently adopted Australian decree on Arab-Muslim immigrants, from which “the government feels threatened by terrorist attacks.” This decree states that “Muslims who want to live in Australia under Sharia law will have to leave this country.” In Europe, the statements that Islam is a threat to society entail accusations of racism and prosecution.

Catholic priest pere Samuel, popular in Belgium, the rector of the church of St. Anthony of Padua in Charleroi, was accused by the authorities of racism for pointing out the threat of Islamic expansion in Europe in his sermon. “There is no such thing as a moderate Muslim,” said this priest, who was born in the family of Syrian Christians in Turkish Kurdistan. In his speech on local television, he called every Muslim child born in Europe “a time bomb for children of European culture who will soon become a minority here.”

It is noteworthy that the initiators of the prosecution of pere Samuel were not Islamic organizations, but the Belgian government human rights organization Center for Equal Opportunities and Resistance to Racism, which qualified his statements as “incitement to racial hatred” and even recommended that Father Samuel be detained until a court verdict was rendered.

Will the growth of the Muslim population lead to the Islamization of Europe? Many radical Islamic leaders no longer doubt this. As one of them said after the death of Pope John Paul II, “Islam will return to Europe as a conqueror and winner after he was twice expelled from the continent.” After that, “only one choice will be presented to Christians – to accept Islam or pay jizya (i.e., a tax levied on non-Muslims for the right to reside in an Islamic country).

European politicians may continue to pretend that Muslims are no different from other minorities. But further mechanical following along the path of liberalism cannot solve the problem, the existence of which is obvious. It leads only to the further isolation of local Muslims, the growth of the influence of radical political Islam in their midst, which may soon become a real threat to domestic political stability and the very existence of modern European civilization. And the longer the local authorities turn a blind eye to the Islamic problem, the more difficult it will be to find adequate methods for the solution.

The future prospects of Europe will primarily depend on whether European states are able to develop an adequate policy in relation to the growing and less and less integrated society of Muslim communities. Such a policy should not only guarantee all rights, preserve the religious and cultural identity of European Muslims, but also harmonize their relations with society and ensure the integration of Muslims into modern European civilization.

If a still prosperous Europe does not find an adequate way out of this difficult situation, then its development can be reversed and take the path of degradation. In this case, it is not at all the current developing countries that will catch up with the developed ones, but, on the contrary, Europe will be at the level of developing states. At present, such a development is still not fatally inevitable, and one would like to hope that Europe (like all humanity) will not be discarded during the darkest Middle Ages and religious wars.

Saving Freedom of Expression

by: Tahir Gora

 

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Freedom of Expression is at the very heart of Western political values including Canadian and American values. It’s a fundamental part of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. These constitutional structures allow Canadians and Americans to practice their religions freely as well as they guarantee an individual the freedom to sever ties with his previous beliefs  if she/he chooses to.

But the proponents and opponents of freedom of speech are caught up in unpleasant if not ugly back and forth arguments in the wake of the ‘Islamophobia’ uproar.

We are witnessing a chain of incidences linked with reactions following 9/11. The biggest reactions worldwide were denial of terrorism and conspiracy theories, particularly by Muslim communities. Those reactions by the majority communities in the west further compounded and complicated the situation as the ‘silent’ majority of Muslims chose to remain silent and did not condemn terrorism fueled by Islamic supremacy ideas.

In contrast, many radical Imams and their Islamic centres based in the West continued to demonize the western world and kept praying and chanting for the destruction of the West.

That scenario created a general suspicion about Islam and Muslims in the eyes of fellow citizens, what Muslims started to call it ‘Islamophobia’.

The Canadian Liberal Government put forward a motion, M103 against Islamophobia. The term Islamophobia gained worldwide approval, particularly after the New Zealand Mosques attacks.

Most Islamic organizations started pushing forcefully to equate Islamophobia with Anti-Semitism. They are asking western governments to introduce legislation against Islamophobia the way laws are in place against Anti-Semitism.

But there is a huge difference between laws against Anti-Semitism and the so-called Islamophobia.

Legislation against Anti-Semitism includes curbing denial of holocaust and institutional and constitutional hatred against Jews.

But there is no institutional and constitutional hatred towards Muslims.

Laws against Anti-Semitism don’t include criticism towards Judaism or any religion, but Islamic groups are asking for barriers against attempts to criticize Islamic theology under the proposed anti-Islamophobic legislation.

So in context of this debate, a large number of Muslim activists are emerging worldwide to lobby for anti-Islamophobic laws. Western activists are also showing up to resist such moves.

Meanwhile, Islamic extremist related terrorism is still on the prowl from China to Africa and from Middle East to Europe and North America.

A recent attack on New Zealand Mosques sparked a debate worldwide to denounce White Supremacy.

Some even asked to condemn waves of white nationalism, white populism or white right wing ideologies. However, equating white supremacy with Western nationalism would be like questioning Chinese, Japanese, Russian or Indian nationalism.

While living in an age of reactionary ideas, people from opposite camps need to sit for a candid dialogue for their own introspection so that the world might avoid huge collateral damage.

Instead of naming and accusing each other with hollow and shallow political sloganeering, it’s important to engage ourselves in honest intellectual dialogue in order to maintain an existing environment of free speech.

Hypocrisy in Canadian Government

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Canada’s foreign policy bureau has condemned the implementation of sharia in Brunie. A tweet released this morning stated “Canada is deeply concerned with #Brunei’s decision to punish members of the #LGBTQ2 community under its new penal code. Canada supports #humanrights for all and will always oppose the #deathpenalty.”

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It is encouraging to hear that Canada has taken a stand in this particular instance. Do they take the same stand against Imams in Canada that preach against the LGBTQ community? Is the government of Canada just as deeply concerned about the same views held by imams in Canada concerning this aspect of sharia?

At an April 1996 conference, Canadian imam   Zafar Bangash was criticizing the West for being “proud of being homosexuals,” and saying: “It is time for us to pick up the stones to stone these people to death for [this] abomination… Allah imposes [this responsibility] upon us.”

The Islamic party of Ontario leader  Jawed Anwar posted an article in 2018 warning about the death penalty in Islam for the LGBTQ community. Will the Canadian government act on this?

Many Canadian Imams have spoken out against the LGBTQ lifestyle, some even stating that  the punishment for this is death. Does our government act on this?

Do they condemn mosques and imams that preach/pray for the death of non Muslims, imams that pray for the success of mujahideen (jihadi)?  It is yet to be seen.

Survey of Middle East Christians

by Rami Dabbas

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Christianity in the Middle East is under violent assault. The following is a brief survey by Jordanian activist Rami Dabbas of how Christians are faring in various Middle East countries.

Christians would rather stay out of the Middle East’s raging conflict, but they invariably become the most prominent victims. Even in the region’s quieter countries, Christians face routine persecution. And it’s been that way for millennia.

Iran

We received the following letter from Iranian Christian activist Karim Irani, host of a popular program on the Arama- ic Broadcasting Network (www.abnsat.com): “It is impossible to convey in one short article all the suffering of Christians in Iran. I converted to Christianity in 2013, but it took me a long time to find other Christians since there is no true freedom of religion. It’s very difficult even to find a Bible. Many Christians won’t openly acknowledge their identity for fear of being reported to the authorities by their Muslim neighbors. There are no Christian schools, so Christian children are being forcibly converted to Islam at the Muslim schools. Anyone caught evangelizing is publicly executed. We love our country, but the Iranian authorities do not allow us to be Christians and practice our faith freely.”

Lebanon

Lebanon was once a Christian country, but waves of Christian emigration have resulted in a Muslim majority today. Iran has slowly been taking over Lebanon via its proxy, Hezbollah. “Those Christians remaining in Lebanon are living in fear and acknowledge now that they are second-class citizens,” Lebanese journalist Brigitte Gabriel, who today lives in the US, recently wrote. Many don’t under- stand that in addition to fighting Israel, Hezbollah is a jihadist organization seeking to establish Sharia Law, under which Christians will inevitably be persecuted.

Syria

Syrian activist George AlKaser insisted in remarks to Israel Today that Christians are the indigenous people of his country who were forcibly Arabized and converted to Islam. Pockets of these native Christians remain in what’s known as the Assyrian Church. The Syrian regime prevents a reversal of this situation by punishing any Muslim who converts to Christianity.

Jordan

Often portrayed as the most moderate of Arab Muslim countries, Jordan still legally prohibits Muslims from converting to Christianity and forbids Christian men from marrying non-Christian women. Christians in Jordan, while they are free to worship in churches, must submit to various aspects of Sharia Law.

Egypt

Egypt has by far the largest Christian population of any country in the Middle East, but that hasn’t helped them in terms of quality of life or national influence. Egypt’s Coptic Christians are prohibited from holding certain high- level government positions, and are routinely discriminated against in society. For instance, many sports clubs will not admit Christians unless they convert to Islam. Young Christian women are often kidnapped and forcibly converted, with little or no intervention by the authorities, and the destruction of Christian property more often than not goes unpunished.

Iraq

Christians in Iraq say mass persecution began immediately after the fall of Sad- dam Hussein, when, among many other violations of human rights, Muslims started forcing Christian women to wear the hijab. According to Wafa Abdallah, an Iraqi Christian today living in Australia, the situation for Christians in the city of Mosul became intolerable as many local Muslims began supporting groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS. And forget about open evangelism. Converting from Islam to Christianity is punishable by death in Iraq. And if the authorities fail to carry out the sentence, then the many Sunni extremist or pro-Iranian militias will.

Palestinian Authority

Palestinian Christians suffer discrimination and persecution at the hands of the local Muslim population and the Palestinian Authority government. For example, in 2015 Muslims set fire to the Saint Charbel Convent in Bethlehem. The law prohibits Muslims from converting to Christianity.

Israel

Israel is today the one place in the Middle East where Christians enjoy equal rights and are able to practice their faith openly without fear of violent or legal repercussions. Many of the Christians from the above countries with whom we spoke privately acknowledged as much, but were too afraid to openly say so for fear of their Muslim neighbors and authorities. Some said that while they respect Israel, they still view it as an enemy due to the education they received and the societal pressures of living in Muslim countries.

Scheer Hypocricy on the part of Main Stream Media and Politicians

Downloads13Yesterday, Andrew Scheer, leader of the official opposition was blasted for not contradicting part of an audience member’s question concerning ‘Pizzagate’. The conspiracy theory accuses Clinton and her team of running a child sex ring out of Comet Ping Pong, a pizza shop in Washington, D.C.

This was big news for the CBC and other main stream news sources. Prime Minister Trudeau also blasted Scheer for not contradicting the questioner. “Someone made just a terrible comment about a bit of fake news that is absolutely heinous in its substance called Pizzagate,” Trudeau said during an armchair discussion at an Catholic teachers association meeting in Ottawa on Saturday. “And [Scheer’s] response was, ‘Oh I didn’t hear that comment in the question.’”

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/scheer-pizzagate-townhall-1.5048256

Trudeau slams Scheer over response to question that touched on ‘Pizzagate’ conspiracy

Pedophilia. This is significant in this story. Pizzagate is a conspiracy theory, yet these ideas are propagated within our communities.

What is very interesting is that main stream media is all over this faux pas by Mr Scheer, yet when it was revealed in 2018 that Toronto Muslim police chaplain Musleh Khan did not condemn, but rather excused Mohammed’s marriage to a nine year old (Aisha) CBC nor any main stream news source certainly did not report on this.

Mr Scheer is denounced for not correcting a question about a conspiracy theory concerning pedophilia, yet you hear no condemnation of Mr Khan for his views on child marriage. No condemnation from media, no condemnation from politicians.

Musleh Khan is a Canadian Saudi born imam affiliated with the Islamic Institute of Toronto (IIT) who also serves as a chaplain for the Toronto Police.

Mr Khan has given at least two lectures on the subject of child brides, specifically speaking about Mohammad’s child bride Aisha. Following are some quotes from these lectures:

“The husband’s got to be somebody that’s very tolerant and he’s got to have wisdom. He’s got to have wisdom and how to speak to a person like this [9-year-old wife]. How to build a relationship with an individual like this[9-year-old wife].”

Full article here

“So what is the real age to get married if it’s so different everywhere you go? The answer it’s our prophet [Mohammad] peace and blessings be upon [who ruled] at the age of puberty.”

Full article here

 

 

Toronto Masjid Hosts RCMP Recruitment Presentation

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March 1, 2019, Toronto Masjid is hosting a recruitment presentation by RCMP Constable Imran Saeed.

Toronto Masjid has been in the news for it’s controversial commentary and prayer activity regarding  the promotion of Islamist ideas.

In July of 2016, Toronto Majid Imam  Abdool Hamid prayed: “O Allah! Raise the standing of Islam and the Muslims and humiliate the polytheism [identified by Muslim scholars also as Christianity], the infidels and the atheists, and give victory (help) to your slaves who believe in the oneness of Allah. O Allah! Give victory to our oppressed and deprived Muslim brothers and the mujahideen [those who engage in jihad] everywhere. O Allah! Pour on them patience and steadfast their feet and give them victory over the disbelieving people and give them victory over the evildoers and give them victory over the criminals.”

Dr. Wael Shihab was appointed in April 2014 to a full-time resident Imam of the mosque Masjid Toronto. 

Shihab has a PhD in Islamic Studies from Al-Azhar University and he was the head of the Fatwa (Islamic opinion) Unit of IslamOnline.net (English website) and the Shari’ah (Islamic Law) consultant of the Shari’ah department of Onislam.net.

He is also a member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars (IUMS) headed by Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi, (Muslim Brotherhood) who played a major role in launching both above websites.

On June 15, 2016  a sermon and prayer led by Aymen Elkasrawy, accompanied by Br. Murshid and Dr. Mustafa Hannout was recited in this mosque. This prayer was the cause of much controversy.  Below is an excerpt of this prayer:

[O Allah!] Give us victory over the disbelieving people…

O Allah! Give victory to Islam and raise the standing of the Muslims

And humiliate the polytheism and polytheists

O Allah! Give victory (help) to your slaves who believe in the oneness of Allah, O the Lord of the Worlds!

O Allah! Give them victory over the criminal people

O Allah! Destroy anyone who killed Muslims

O Allah! Destroy anyone who displaced the sons of the Muslims

O Allah! Count their number; slay them one by one and spare not one of them

O Allah! Purify Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews!

O Allah! Purify Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews!

Is the RCMP aware of these activities?

Link to further information.

 

The Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar and anti-Semitism

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“While anti-Semitism is in the headlines of all French media, it is curious to note that no commentator, representative of political parties, or government questions the role of political Islam incarnated by the Muslim Brotherhood in this sudden upsurge of immoral acts.”

Originally published in French by Mediapart blogger Tanya Klein

The definite rise in antisemitism in North America as well as throughout the world correlates with the rise in activity by Muslim Brotherhood and their affiliates. We need to pay attention to this most definite threat to our democracies.

“While anti-Semitism is the headline of all French media, it is curious to note that no commentator, representative of political parties, or government questions the role of political Islam incarnated by the Muslim Brotherhood in this sudden upsurge of immoral acts.

But what is the nature of this blindness? Is it voluntary, if so, what is it hiding? Or is it only the result of a bad knowledge?

A simple reminder to all the people mentioned above:

The one who is considered the supreme religious and ideological authority of the Muslim Brotherhood is Youssef Al-Qaradawi and lives quietly in Qatar, which has even given him a diplomatic passport . His antisemitic remarks are numerous , here are some examples: ”  There is no dialogue between us and the Jews, except by saber and rifle  “. Concerning the Jews, he also declared in 2009: ”  Kill them, until the last one  “. According to him, the Prophet Muhammad said: ” You will continue to fight the Jews and they will fight you until the Muslims kill them. The Jew hides behind a rock and a tree. Not to mention the fatwas of Qaradawi authorizing attacks on Jews around the world, believing that there is no essential difference between Judaism and Zionism and that, therefore, each Jewish target is equal to an Israeli target . 

Another useful reminder:

The Muslim Brotherhood operates as a secret society. Their goal is to create a global Islamic state, based on political Islam and the establishment of Muslim law, that is to say Sharia law . ”  There is still a long way to take control of Europe  ” said Muhammad Mahdi, supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood from 2004 to 2010. To do this, the multiple associations directly related to this brotherhood, UOIF, FOIE, Muslims de France, European Forum of Muslim Youth (FEMYSO) etc. have infiltrated all the European institutions or each Member State and even receive subsidies. The displayed anti-Semitism of the Muslim Brotherhood does not seem to disturb the sleep of French and European leaders.

For their intense lobbying work, the Muslim Brotherhood benefits from funds generously allocated by Qatar . Previously, this money came into the coffers of a London-based NGO called Qatar Charity UK . It has been so much hired for its help, especially to terrorist groups working in all hot spots around the globe , that its directors have preferred to change their name and rename it Nectar Trust . As a result, the Muslim Brotherhood still has the means to conduct its anti-Semitic policies.

But, in principle, this does not bother anyone because the UK authorities continue to turn a blind eye to its activities by not declaring them illegal. French government side, laxity is also appropriate. On December 10, 2018, Christophe Castaner, Minister of the Interior and therefore Minister of Cults, went to the Congress of Islam of France, a congress led by Milli Görüş an association directly linked to the Turkish president, Erdogan, Tabligh a radical Islamist movement, and UOIF, renamed Muslims of France. The first cop of France, did not seem troubled, the least, by the heavy antisemitic pedigree of these movements.

Voluntary blindness or foul incompetence?”

Additional information on Youssef Al-Qaradawi here