Muslim Canadian Contextualized Anti-Semitism

Muslim Canadian Contextualized Anti-Semitism

CEO of NCCM Mustafa Farooq with Justin Trudeau agreed on July 19 2021 that Fighting Islamophobia is a high priority for Canada. Some Canadian leaders agree that all levels of Government must promote contextualized understanding of anti-Jewish sentiment that is propagated by a majority of the Muslim leadership, both in Canada and abroad, so that it will not be misrepresented in a manner to promote Islamophobia.

We will learn from the following four clips that Anti-Semitism that seems to emanate from the Canadian & world Muslim community is, taught to be, a religious obligation. Therefore it could be deemed irresponsible to conflate religiously protected Anti-Semitism that Muslim leaders base on the Quran, Hadith & Sunnah, doctrine, holy text of Islam, with anti-Semitic hate that is based purely upon an ideology or politics of hate, as these are categories not protected under Canadian Charter of Human Rights.

First we learn from Younis Kathrada a senior Imam based in BC

We now learn from Fathi Hammad a senior Hamas leader

Our next two leaders one from Sudan the other from Montreal help us appreciate that the new generation of Muslim leaders are faithfully carrying the message that unites the Global Muslim community in the fundamental understanding that Islam will subjugate & dominate all the religions & people of the world. To more fully understand how this contributes to Canadian cultural enrichment we learn from Abdool Hamid, Imam at the Toronto Mosque who said

Changes will have to be made. So it may seem from one perspective that Islam took over so to speak. However we are not taking over for the sake of taking over. We do this to improve the lives of People. That is why Islam came to Canada

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Canadian Imam: Attitude Toward Jews is a Mandated Religious Obligation in the Quran

Canadian Imam: Attitude Toward Jews is a Mandated Religious Obligation in the Quran

Eric Brazau

The future of Islam rests with the children of Islam. These words have been spoken by Muslim leaders across the world. Two Canadian senior leaders have expressed these sentiments Imam  Haqim Quick & Imam Abu Ameenha Bilal Philips.

May 21st, 2021 in a Vancouver Park Canadian +

Imam Younis Kathradra was educating a group of Muslim youth on the Islamic relationship with Yahood (Jews)

Let’s begin by reminding ourselves of this enemy about whom Allah says in the Quran glorified and exalted behe I will give you the meaning of the verse under your hood Jew say Yahoo translated as Zionist or Zionist Jew whatever you like the animosity of the believers towards the Yahoo is based on religious grounds because the people of Faith hate the Yahoo because of their disbelief in Allah… whereas the amenity of the believers towards the Jews is just and sensible. The believers differentiate between the Jews who are combatants and those who are Denny’s and those with whom they have a pact. If you do not hate the opponents of Allah you have no faith. Go find yourself a church go find yourself a synagogue but the place for you is not a mosque

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Lawyer Viva Frei analyzes Canada’s crackdown on hate speech

Lawyer Viva Frei analyzes Canada’s crackdown on hate speech

Viva Frei, a Montreal lawyer who turned YouTuber, analyses and breaks down on his Vlawgs the possible implications on free speech in light of the federal government crackdown on “hate speech” on social media platform.

In his mandate letter to Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau wrote:

I will expect you to work with your colleagues and through established legislative, regulatory and Cabinet processes to deliver on your top priorities. In particular, you will:.. Create new regulations for social media platforms, starting with a requirement that all platforms remove illegal content, including hate speech, within 24 hours or face significant penalties. This should include other online harms such as radicalization, incitement to violence, exploitation of children, or creation or distribution of terrorist propaganda.

Trudeau to enforce social media platforms to remove hate speech within 24 hours or face severe penalties

Trudeau to enforce social media platforms to remove hate speech within 24 hours or face severe penalties

Here is an excerpt from the mandate letter sent by Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau to Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage:

I will expect you to work with your colleagues and through established legislative, regulatory and Cabinet processes to deliver on your top priorities. In particular, you will:.. Create new regulations for social media platforms, starting with a requirement that all platforms remove illegal content, including hate speech, within 24 hours or face significant penalties. This should include other online harms such as radicalization, incitement to violence, exploitation of children, or creation or distribution of terrorist propaganda.

Trudeau bus serves journalists lunch from Soufi’s restaurant

Trudeau bus serves journalists lunch from Soufi’s restaurant

The Liberal Party of Canada shows its support and sympathy with the Syrian Soufi’s restaurant in Toronto that was reopened last week after a few days of closure because of alleged online threats and hate messages directed at the owners and their son Alaa Soufi DaLua.

A since-deleted Facebook post from the Syrian restaurant confirmed that Alaa Soufi DaLua had been one of the protesters against an event featuring MP Maxime Bernier and expressed sincere regret about the situation that occurred. In a video that went viral, a few masked protesters are seen harassing an elderly couple, blocking their way and shouting “Nazi scum” at an 81-year-old woman.

Another video documented Alaa Soufi DaLua’s participation in demonstrations alongside activists affiliated with the left wing group Anifa. Some of these demonstrations turned into violent clashes.

On October 13, 2019 Glen McGregor, a senior journalist covering Parliament Hill for CTV National News, reported that the Trudeau campaign bus was served a lunch from Soufi’s restaurant in Toronto that included a Syrian flatbread and taboulleh.

Katie Telford, Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, commended the restaurateur Mohamad Fakih for his role in supporting Soufi’s restaurant and implicitly facilitating Soufi’s lunch for the Trudeau campaign bus:

Milkshake at Fran’s. Thanksgiving event with Masai Ujiri (yeah @Raptors !). Lunch from Soufi’s (way to go @mohamadfakih8!). Toronto, I ❤️ you. Day not over yet! #HappyThanksgiving #WetheNorth