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:
In his 50-point manifesto, Hassan al-Banna promoted the abolition of political parties and the instauration of a one-party State, the reform of the law, so that it will conform to sharia, an increase in the number of youth groups promoting jihad, the prohibition of dancing, the censorship of movies and plays and a dress code for all citizens enforced by a religious police.
In Ottawa, MAC is involved in the radicalization of Muslim youths notably by promoting authors such as Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966) on its website OttawaMACYouth.ca.
In the same book, Qutb has also explained the real goal pursued by Islamists who are involved in so-called outreach programs and bridge-building:
Winston Smithson (IPT News – June 12, 2009): RCMP Outreach Follies?
Point de Bascule (July 26, 2010):Phyllis Lambert and Serge Joyal defend the Muslim Brotherhood at the expense of freedom
Point de Bascule (September 2, 2010): Opposing Hassan al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood Is Not Some Kind of Racism
Don Butler (Postmedia News – October 17, 2010): Green party leader, Elizabeth May, slams conference on Iran: “I can’t imagine what they were thinking”
Point de Bascule (October 27, 2010): RCMP Outreach Fails to Distinguish between Radical and Non-Radical Muslims
IPT News (October 28, 2010): RCMP Ordered Away from Radical Conference