Meanwhile, long-time NCCM Director Jamal Badawi encourages current and future Muslim judges sitting in Canadian courts to violate their code of ethics and refrain from applying current legal provisions that are incompatible with Islamic law.
Hussein Hamdani made three main points in his presentation: he tried to discourage the Minister and other Canadian security officials from using Islamic concepts in order to explain the current Islamist threat, he asked for money on behalf of so-called “moderate Muslims” on the pretense of challenging the Islamists who are radicalizing the Muslim community and he proposed to schedule more meetings in the future between the Minister and “a Muslim community working group” (i.e. assuredly another Muslim Brotherhood front group).
In his recent TSEC report about the Muslim Brotherhood, Tom Quiggin presented ISNA’s director Seema Khan and CAIR-CAN’s founder Sheema Khan as the same person. Given that CAIR-CAN and ISNA have been associated with different terror-funding organizations in the past, this kind of errors could ...
Point de Bascule director joined with Sun TV’s Alex Pierson to discuss the radicalization leading young Muslims to leave Canada for jihad abroad. The most recent case involves John Maguire, until recently a University of Ottawa student, who converted to Islam, changed his name to Yahya and bought a one-way ticket to join the Islamic State in Syria.
The Americans say that as many as 500 Canadian citizens may now be fighting for ISIS. A CBC reporter estimates the number as being somewhere between 200 and 250. The Canadian government estimate it at 130. The Canadian situation would be disproportionate compared to almost every country in the world.