Here is an article written in the Toronto Red Star about another misunderstander of Islam – this time (can you imagine?) a prayer leader at a Toronto mosque AND a PhD candidate AND a man who has memorized the entire Koran. But anyone can make an innocent mistake like this of course. And everyone in the mosque who heard the sermon 8 months prior to the You Tube release of the sermon can of course be counted on as people totally ‘outraged’ by the ‘mistake’ made. Did you read my letter in the Red Star? Of course, it will never be published but hey maybe if the Star sees enough push back to their social engineering, they will think twice before publishing more Islamophile drivel.
Uncle Talib (not fake news) Media provides this helpful roundup of the top ten diverse Canadians making the country colourful and keeping Canada in the news. You can visit the Hall of Fame in person at a re-purposed former Anglican church located on Old Karachi Road (formerly Bramalea Rd) in Brampton.
10. New to the new list hardly but hardly a stranger to security agencies in Canada & the US is thoroughly vetted refugee Abdulahi Hasan Sharif
Sharif, who hailed from dusty old Somalia takes the number 10 spot on this prestigious list of who’s who of diverse Canadians. Abdulahi was helping neighbours move pressure cookers purchased at a Walmart sale using a rented U-haul van when it inexplicably veered over to strike a number of shiftless infidels walking on the sidewalk. Hasan Sharif expressed frustration over the state of repairs of the rented van and plans to sue U-Haul Corporation for a faulty steering mechanism after he completes his 2 month community service sentence for distracted driving. Justin Trudeau took time out from his speech announcing the cancellation of the Energy East Pipeline to strongly advise U-Haul Corp to put aside $10 million for inevitable lawsuits.
9. Syrian refugee Soleiman Hajj Soleiman brought unparalleled excitement to West Edmonton Mall swimming pool on a cold February day. The swimming class is usually a boring, drawn out affair for the girls who have to wait intolerable lengths of time for their moms to return from shopping but Soleiman made it an afternoon to remember. He lavished attention on the bored and lonely young girls but when they abruptly changed their tone from coquettish to accusatory & turned on poor Soleiman, he in turn complained to the lifeguard on duty. The lifeguard Mohammed Mohammad, who doesn’t know how to swim but speaks fluent Arabic, and himself a Syrian refugee, chastised the girls saying if they didn’t want the attention, they should dress modestly or stay at home & cook for their brothers. Out of respect for diversity, media outlets declined to publish the picture of the 39 year old Arabian Casanova. The girls have been suspended from school and are enrolled in a 12 week diversity training course at the Abu Bakr Mosque.
8. Rehab Dughmosh was practising her golf swing in a Scarborough Canadian Tire store when overzealous store security staff swarmed the religiously observant woman and almost tore her burka. They claimed they were neutralizing her and were trying to remove the golf club she was using in an effort to decapitate store staff.
Rehab denied the charge and explained that store staff were jealous of her prowess and tried to unlawfully shut down her display. It was at this time she drew out the dagger she carries to defend herself against Islamophobes from under her burka. Feminists have rallied around Rehab and have criticized the heavy-handedness of Canadian Tire Security staff. A statement from the PMO also chastised the Islamophobic company and advised them to prepare a $10 million fund for future lawsuits being planned by the National Council of Canadian Muslims
7. At 18 years of age, Abdul El Bahnasawy is clearly an ambitious youth, a credit to his home town of Mississauga and Canada. Who doesn’t respect a young man with religious convictions in an era that has forgotten God? Abdul was quoted in court as wanting to act in a manner “to please Allah”. While other teenagers are concerned with the latest music video release, Abdul extensively researched the subway system in New York, concert venues and Times Square for his family visit to the big Apple with his parents. The US, being full of Islamophobes these days, arrested Kuwait born El Bahnasawy and he is at risk of joining thousands of others in US jail for an unfortunate cultural misunderstanding. If so, his career as an event planner, transportation engineer or imam is on indefinite hold.
6. Quebec’s Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique dearly misses researcher and PhD student Chiheb Esseghair. He and co-accused Raed Jaser of Toronto unbelievably are charged with a plot to blow up a Via train. Progressives know that people of all stripes have dark fantasies to exact revenge on inefficient public transportation but we know that these two upstanding young men could not be serious in their threats and cannot be terrorists as charged. We all know terrorism is rooted in ignorance & poverty and these men were neither poor nor uneducated. Case closed – wrongly charged case of Islamopobia gone wild.
5. Similar to Jaser and Esseghair, Momin Khawaja is a well educated, well to do young man with no credible reason to pursue terrorism yet (unbelievably), the software engineer from Ottawa is languishing in jail.
He is serving a >10 year sentence for financing and facilitating terrorism, providing cash to a group of British extremists, and offering them lodging and other assistance.
He was also found guilty of two Criminal Code offences — not terrorism provisions — related to building a remote-control device to set off explosions. This is clearly a loss for Canada and the software community of Ottawa.
4. Imam at Toronto’s Abu Huraira Centre Dr. Bilal Philips is a well loved preacher, PhD graduate from Medina University and has been touring the world spreading his Islamic wisdom. Search You-Tube, and you will find an impressive list of his seminars and find an unending list of fawning comments from Islamic brothers.
Bilal is the best example of diversity in Canada – a Jamaican immigrant to Canada who embraces a culture that has enriched Canada and makes good. He becomes a well educated scholar and now tours the world spreading his message! Unbelievably, this well loved scholar of Islam has been banned from the following nations for purportedly being an extremist: Bangladesh, Philippines, Kenya, Britain, Germany and Australia. Think for yourself, he continues to be featured on the 24 hr Islamic Satellite cable channel – PeaceTV.
3. Ali Medlej was a born leader. Though just barely out of high school, London South Collegiate Institute alumnus
made it big in Algeria and led his rag tag group of activists to demonstrate against Norway’s Statoil Algerian Gas plant. The group apparently riled the greenhouse gas spewing Corporation and Algeria sent in their notoriously corrupt and violent army to quell the peaceful protest. Ali was reportedly killed by the army. Back in London Ontario, the quick transformation of Ali and his pals and converts to the Religion of Peace Xris and Aaron from ordinary high school students to infamous personalities was a total mystery. Dr. Wael Haddara said he’d never met the two Londoners, adding he asked young mosque members through Facebook and so far nobody knew who they were.
2. Godfather of Canada’s first family of terrorism and philanthropist, Ahmed Khadr.
According to Wikipedia, Khadr worked with a number of charitable non-governmental organizations that served Afghan refugees and set up agricultural projects. He set up two orphanages for children whose parents had been killed in the Soviet invasion of the 1980s. He funded the construction of a hospital in Afghanistan with his own savings,as well as seven medical clinics in the refugee camps of Pakistan. It is not often that the Prime Minister of Canada goes to bat for a Canadian who lands up in trouble with the law but former Liberal PM Chretien arranged to free Ahmed Khadr from a Pakistani jail where the philanthropist was being held under charges of terrorism. In spite of the many acts of charity Mr Khadr was quarter backed (some funded in part by Canada via CIDA), the father of six was tragically killed in a shoot out with Pakistani military.
1. The poster boy of oppressed youth the world round, Gitmo grad and Canada’s goodwill ambassador to the US. Omar Khadr (son of Ahmed Khadr) was away at Jihad summer school in Afghanistan when the Imperialist Crusader Army of the US attacked the peaceful but impoverished nation. The events in Afghanistan are murky but it is crystal clear that Omar was unlawfully removed from the paradise of Afghanistan and suffered several years of detention at Gitmo.
PM Justin Trudeau corrected the great injustice Omar suffered and arranged a pay out of $10 million to him. Omar is still traumatized by his incarceration at Gitmo and forcibly leaving Afghanistan.
We are blessed by diversity in Canada – at least under the unfluence of the world’s fastest growing religion.
Diversity is so successful in driving Canada to the forefront of nations that everyone has noticed. The Toronto Maple Leafs, long the cellar dwellers of the NHL have finally clued in to what makes their team so dismally mediocre – it is the lack of diversity. GM Lou Lamoriello has revealed his plans to Uncle Talib (not fake news) Media and these include trading Auston Matthews to the highest bidder in order to acquire the right mix of players to ensure team success. The GM declared what is missing from the team and placing a diversity gap ceiling on its success, is a lack of representation from key elements of society. Limiting the team to white males only is making the team a woeful holdover from a dark era. Lamoriello announced that the Leafs will immediately acquire talent from the LGBT community, 2 Muslim players for offensive punch, three women of colour for a spirited defense and one Sikh to serve as alternate goalie. With this diverse mix, the team is sure to rocket to success. Auston’s inflated salary will be used to fund equitable salaries for the new players, supply prayer mats, combination goalie mask/ turban and skating lessons.
In a related announcement, Coach Mike Babcock announced that no more practices will be held on Fridays out of respect for the diverse needs of the new players and all Friday games will be cancelled for the rest of the season. Toronto’s only certifiably diverse player Nazem Kadr, expressed his delight over the news. He said that this would allow him to get back to his Muslim roots. He gushed that he will now have a chance to resume his responsibilities as part time Imam at the Caliph Uthman ibn Affan Grand Mosque in Scarborough and to mentor young congregants at risk becoming radicalized. He will oversee the night school “Explosives Technician (with Electronics option minor)” program offered by Humber College and staffed with technical instructors from the mosque. Nazeem railed against those Islamophobes who suggested that the continuing education program was an example of bad optics. He replied “well you know, everyone calls Syrian Refugees freeloaders and unemployable but once they find a a way to give back to the community, the haters still aren’t happy” . The rest of his reply was unintelligible as it seemed he was struck with an ill-timed tickle in his throat and had to continually draw his forefinger across his throat to gain relief.
Premier Kathleen Wynne was quick to announce her support for the Maple Leafs decision to embrace diversity. She announced a $50 million Government of Ontario grant to the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Human Resources Infrastructure and Inclusivity Seed Fund.
Zainab Mohamad, spokesperson for the provincial Liberal caucus emerged from Shahid Tamerlane Islamic Cultural Center to address CBC reporters gathered outside for a hastily convened press conference. Winded from climbing the stairs out of the Women’s Hall of the cavernous building located in suburban Brampton, she reminded reporters that not one penny of the money would be coming from Ontario taxpayers. Rather, she explained, the funding will be provided entirely from fines levied by The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal in its program of proactive lawsuits against racism, Islamophobia and clamping down on far rights groups in Ontario.
The world’s media is fixated on the Gaza conflict; it receives 24/7 coverage and continues to be headline news for a month. Indeed the war is tragic and many lives have ended needlessly but to be frank, this is nothing out of the ordinary for this part of the world; the daily casualty toll in Gaza during this war is not very different than Iraq. Afghanistan or Pakistan at peace where religiously minded fellows kill scores of innocents in bombings regularly. You may wonder why deaths in Gaza attract so much outrage yet the deaths of hundreds in Nigeria at the hands of Boko Haram or ISIS in Iraq are scarcely mentioned. I expect we all have our opinions over the polarizing issue of Gaza and with so much disinformation in the age of conspiracy theories, let us look at Palestinian peace demonstrations to get an idea of what is behind the Gaza conflict.
Palestinian “peace” demonstrations are not demonstrations of support for Gaza but rather are demonstrations of hatred of Jews. Demonstrations throughout the West have quickly devolved to manifestations of Jew hatred and outright violence targeting Jews. In France, demonstrators trapped Jewish congregants inside a synagogue and vandalized Jewish shops. Throughout Germany, pro-Palestinian protests turned violent as Jews were assaulted and anti-semitic slogans not heard in Germany since Nazi times were hurled at Jews. In Florida, pro-Palestinian demonstrators declared “we are Hamas”, “We are Jihad” and they attacked a Jewish reporter.
So the media’s story is that Israelis are the vile aggressors attacking defenseless Palestinians in Gaza. All across the Western world, those supporting Israel, (the supposed aggressor) rally peacefully and those claiming to support peace and the defenseless victims of Gaza, attack people who dare to disagree with them or who happen to share the same religion as the Israelis. Israel like Israeli demonstrators are good citizens of the world, respecting the rule of law. Arabs living in Gaza are like their thuggish supporters in the West – are wolves dressed in sheep’s clothing. Wolves who for the moment are kept at bay by brave, principled men & women. Demonstrators against Israel are largely newcomers to the West, they have brought their world view, their conflict and their hatreds to the West. The question is what do they bring to the West of value?
This is diversity that only a liberal could love.