September 23 2022, in USA’s state of Minnesota forty-seven Somali Muslims have been charged with defrauding over 250 million, meant to feed hungry children. Somali Muslims Defraud Children
Of the 47 charged none is white, Christian or of European decent. Some are alleging that this is a clear example of systemic racism and Islamophobia.
April 2022: Canadian Law enforcement released across the nation a most wanted poster. It featured 24 faces. Only five appeared to be white and eleven were black. People of colour do not represent 40% of the population.
Many ask how Canada will become a model for equity and justice when it continues to over represent people of colour in the justice system.
Australian Imam Mohammad Hablos makes clear the real meaning of Islam is not peace bur submission to Allah. He explains that true inner peace is attained with complete and unquestioning submission.
The Senior influential Imam explains the reason Muslim should submit to Allah is because Muslims submit to Allah. The reason Muslims submit to Allah is because they are called Muslims. To be called a Muslim you must submit to Allah and only Allah. The more Muslims submit to Allah the more you are a Muslim.
Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef, who spent several years living in Canada’s capital, died in Dubai on Thursday at the age of 47. Mohammad Alshareef was born in Winnipeg in 1975, In 2002 he founded AlMaghrib Institute. He did this using what he had learned from Western civilization. In the last 20 years, AlMaghrib has expanded its presence to 40 cities around the world, with the institute’s website saying they now have over 80,000 students. According to Shaykh Yasir Qadhi, AlMaghrib Institute, has graduated many hundreds of thousands of students. To many Muslim Alshareef Muhammad Almaghrib Institute is foundational to the establishment of Islam in the West.
Basically they are U.S. organizations that are operating in Canada. One is called AlMaghrib Institute, the other is called AlKauthar Institute.,,, They are the ones who brainwash these young kids in lectures….when you develop an association with them — then the brainwashing begins. The shoe bomber in the United States attended AlMaghrib Institute lectures.
These people are given a very free hand in our universities and colleges. They are organizing lectures and seminars, but nobody will put a sign up that says “I am recruiting for al Qaeda or ISIL or ISIS.” Nobody will come because they know they will be caught. It is happening, and I know 150 Canadians were fighting for ISIL there. Eighty have come back. This is a serious issue.
Yasir Qadhi Proud to be on the Board of AlMaghrib Institute
The following is a complete lecture given in June of 2022 days after the death of Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef.
In 1994 I applied to the university of Medina, and when I got accepted there Muhammad Sharif was one year senior to me, so he was ahead of me by one year. And he was the first Arab Canadian American to graduate I was first you see American to graduate from the university of Medina, so we became very close friends, he became my mentor over there. We would meet almost every day …
And I remember vividly one day probably in 19 97 or something we were walking back to our respective colleges and he said to me you know I have a vision. When I go back to America I want to teach this knowledge to the people back there and I want to have an institute that will take that knowledge and somehow teach the youth of that generation of our general next generation..
We have to synthesize bring the techniques of the West and watere down the advanced academics of the East and merge it together.
If we want to preserve academic Islam – if we want to preserve the deen – then we need to find a way that will inspire our youth and teach them in a manner that perhaps our the elders won’t like, but we are not interested in what the elders. – And so he founded the Maghrib institute. And this was revolutionary at the time. He had so much pushback so much criticism.
He said we are going to hold classes not in the Masjid but in the colleges campuses. Where the youth go, where the students are. We are going to hire out academic halls. We’re going to make PowerPoint presentations, hand out professional presentation like they would in corporate. And he started charging for it. This was the biggest heresy at the time. “I’m not charging for profit!” It’s for the people to appreciate that they have to come on time and they are getting something that is worth more than they’re paying. For, the problem comes when things are free people take it for granted.He had the mentality of the western world We’re not going to produce scholars and Imams with weekend seminars. But our youth need to learn Islam. We have to make it entertaining and lively. Bringing quizzes for them to understand. Make PowerPoint slides. Make certain types of activities in the class. Make the class feel good to be Muslim. It was a little bit of as you call it edutainment, education and entertainment. Now traditionally the Ulama (senior scholars) balked.
But grace of God, the test of time, within a few years this institute changed the dynamics of dawa’h. We saw, I saw with my own eyes the very critics had to adapt these tactics. The very people who criticized began offering lessons in college campuses, charging, doing the same thing. Because numbers spoke success. There was nothing like AlMaghrib institute for at least a decade until the competitors came. And then others came along, and it’s good competition. In that interim period we had not hundreds, not thousands, not even tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of Muslims across the Western world. They were studying intense lessons in Aqeedah, Fiqh in Adab in Islamic history (conquest linklink) in Tasfeer. I myself with the blessings of Allah, personally, I myself have taught over 100,000 people. That’s 100,000 people in these, not 1 hour Holocaust no, two weekend seminars, full weekend seminars, intensive classes. You go into a lot of detail. 15 years I taught across the globe in Australia in Europe, across the country, in America, chapters opening up and for the first time our youth goes in college. Because we targeted colleges. Even though anybody could come. But it was college students the youth that we targeted we want them to come
I want our young people to love this deen (religion) to be feel proud of this deen
Huston’s AlMaghrib Institute’s Imam hosted by Salaheddin Islamic Centre said Jews “incurred the wrath of Allah”
In December 2014 and April 2012 Ahsan Hanif delivered sermons at Salaheddin Islamic Centre in Scarborough, Ontario.
In a lecture at Green Lane Masjid in London, UK entitled “The Cure & The Remedy: Lessons From Surah Al-Fatihah,” Ahsan Hanif said (the video was published on Apr 13, 2012):
Those people who incurred the wrath of Allah, some of the scholars of tafseer [exegesis] said, they are the Jews or they are like the Jews. Those people who know the truth, yet they refuse to act in accordance to it. And the people who are misguided are like Christians,if a person was then to go and make dua [prayer, supplication] to other than Allah then he is like the Yahood [Jews], he is like the Jews.
The International Treaty on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response or Pandemic Treaty is a proposed international agreement to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response. The 194 World Health Organization (WHO) member states agreed in December 2021 to begin negotiations on a global pandemic treaty, aiming for a draft agreement to be finalized by May 2024 for consideration by the 77th World Health Assembly.
World Health Assembly agrees to launch process to develop historic global accord on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response
People in countries with stay-at-home orders are understandably frustrated with being confined. But the world will not and cannot go back. There must be a new normal, a world that’s healthier, safer and better prepared.
The following are excerpts taken from the proposed unfinalized draft.
W.H.O. Secretariat to play the leading, convening and coordinating role in operational aspects of an emergency response to a pandemic.
Under this treaty W.H.O. members must enforce orders from the W.H.O. and if they don’t they will be sanctioned.
The treaty demands that national and global coordinated actions to address the misinformation, disinformation, and stigmatization, that undermine public health.
W.H.O. Secretariat to build capacity to deploy proactive countermeasures against misinformation and social media attacks.
Develop standards for producing a digital version of the international certificate of vaccine nation and prophylaxis and W.H.O. will be in charge of the digitalization of all health forms.
W.H.O. will also share real time information about travel measures.
W.H.O. will assume control over manufacturing Vaccines
A truly global end-to-end platform for vaccines, diagnostics, therapeutics, and essential supplies, shifting from a model where innovation is left to the market to a model aimed at the delivering global public goods.
None of this is going to be optional because an amendment to the treaty from the Biden administration contains a provision for a compliance committee. it provides that every member country in the W.H.O. must:
Inform the W.H.O. about the establishment of its National competent authority responsible for the overall implementation of the protocols that will be recognized and held accountable.
Will the treaty be legally binding?
Recent academic commentary by Clare Wenham, Mark Eccleston-Turner and Maike Voss suggested that the WHA’s mandate for the INB (In December 2021, at its second-ever special session, the World Health Assembly established an intergovernmental negotiating body (INB), leaves room for an outcome that is not legally binding. They suggest:
The language of ‘a legally binding instrument to be adopted under Article 19 of the WHO Constitution’ was changed to ‘WHO convention, agreement or other international instrument … with a view to adoption under Article 19, or under other provisions of the WHO Constitution as may be deemed appropriate by the INB’ (emphasis added), meaning that the resulting ‘pandemic treaty’ may not actually be a treaty at all, but some other instrument, lacking the legally binding force of a treaty.29 However, the initial proponents of the initiative, including the UK, E and others, have supported a legally binding treaty at this stage, with the EU suggesting that an “international instrument” would also be binding in international law.
The substantive suggestions called for, as summarized by these experts, include:
Anchoring the treaty in human rights and addressing the principles of the right to health, equity, solidarity, transparency, trust, and accountability;
• Using a One Health approach for pandemic prevention and early detection;
• Stronger health systems information and reporting mechanisms; including a better use of digital technology for data collection and sharing;
• A reform of the WHO alarm mechanism, the public health emergency of international control (PHEIC) declaration process and travel and travel restrictions;
• Pathogen and genomic data sharing;
• Resilience to and response to pandemics, including universal access to medicines, vaccines, diagnostics, medical equipment and treatments as well as resilient supply chains, technology transfer;
• Investments in health system, strengthening and increased financing for pandemic preparedness and response;
• Stronger international health framework with a strengthened WHO at the centre and increased global coordination;
• Reinforcing legal obligations and norms of global health security and standard settings of health care systems;
• Coordination of research and development (R&D).21 Proposals from stakeholders on what should be included in the treaty were heard by the INB at public hearings in April 2022 and can be accessed on the INB’s website.
Disagreement & pushback Against the W.H.O. Plan
Dr Scott Atlas was interviewed on May 2019
This seems like an enormous amount of power flowing out of our country to an international unelected body?
The world health organization as well as other organizations like the world economic forum are trying to set rules that countries must obey, Tedros himself said these rules are obligatory. This is not the role of any international organization. These organizations, including the CDC, are supposed to be advisory. They’re not supposed to set rules and laws. That is a complete reversal of what should happen in a free society – if we still live in one? The World Health Organization has been an egregious failure. I cannot outline all of it, but it began at the beginning of this pandemic when they were grossly wrong by orders of magnitude about the basic data on infections and fatality rates. They politicized and were completely impotent in doing the one thing they should. And that
was getting transparency and information from China at the beginning when when it counted. They disregarded all the evidence that is known in biology about symptomatic spread being not that important, about masks etc. They attempted to redefine basic biology by changing the definition of herd immunity. They tried to get rid of immunity from recovery from infection and somehow make it seem like there was only immunity from a vaccine. It was purely agenda driven pseudoscience, what they would call “misinformation”… Centralized power organizations, including our own government, were reckless. They were unethical in doing the lockdowns. Why was it unethical? They actually imposed a policy that was more harmful to the very vulnerable people that they purported to care about, children, the poor people. They were harmed. But the affluent were spared by their policies. And they did all this, usurping all the known laws and constitutional rights and freedoms that people in free societies have… Cannot have these increasing powerful organizations grabbing more power over free citizens. We need the agencies just for information. And it’s got to be transparent. We have to have oversight of their information. And they should have absolutely zero obligatory authority over any individual and over any Nation
Conclusion: This treaty brings nations further into the grip of a One World Government. Of course nations will always be permitted to keep their flags and national anthems because with out them it would be difficult to hold the Olympics. The Olympics generates big revenuesfor many important people as does World Soccer, FIFA.
The second less obvious major implication of this treaty is the inclusions of “Anchoring the treaty in human rights and addressing the principles of the right to health, equity…” What exactly does this mean? Better question is – What could it mean? Could it mean that some man in man in Africa needs a heart and lung transplant but his “nation” cannot provide it for him, therefore, it becomes the mandated responsibility of the signatories of the treaty to provide it for him. Your countries health care has become the health care system to the world paid for by the citizens of that ‘nation”
Canada is committed to ditching a policy that rejects immigrants because they’re sick or disabled and could be a drag on the health system, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says in November 2017:
“From a principled perspective, the current excessive demand provision policy simply does not align with our country’s values of inclusion of person with disabilities in Canadian society,” he said during an appearance at the House of Commons immigration committee Wednesday.
Hussen didn’t say how the provision would be changed, but said repealing it entirely is one option on the table. CBCfull article.
Famous Swedish fashion designer Johan Lindeberg has asserted that Sweden must embrace its new multicultural identity otherwise “civil war” is the alternative. The Alt-Right and Islamophobes argue that Western civilizations must fight now before it is to late. Muslims asserting cultural superiority
Justin Trudeau said: “Canada has no core identity or history” “the first post-national state” “pan-cultural heritage”. Therefore it will embrace any demands made by the Muslim community. This strategy ensures continued peace and multicultural harmony.
Johan Lindeberg of Sweden is calling on readers to “embrace the New Sweden,” Lindeberg urged Swedes to celebrate “the most progressive country in the world,” warning that chaos and disorder would ensue otherwise.
If Europe will adopt Islamic values it will avoid civil war.
“Either we all help to create a new inclusive energy and become a clear international template for a new multicultural community. Or we end up in a civil war. It has already started,” Lindeberg wrote.
The fashion designer even suggested changing the country’s flag to represent its new diverse identity and to “make Sweden relevant again.”
Asserting that a multicultural country was more sophisticated than a monocultural one, Lindeberg suggested that those uncomfortable with it will just have to get used to it.
“The change started a long time ago. But still, so many of us have a hard time accepting it,” he wrote.
Europeans must accept that the old Western values are dead
Like the rest of Europe, Sweden has also suffered an alarming rise in gang rapes and sexual molestations since throwing its borders open to mass immigration from the Middle East and North Africa.
When veteran Swedish police investigator Peter Springare was asked about the demographics of those responsible for violent crimes, he didn’t mince his words.
“Here we go; this is what I’ve handled from Monday-Friday this week: rape, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, rape-assault and rape, extortion, blackmail, assault, violence against police, threats to police, drug crime, drugs, crime, felony, attempted murder, rape again, extortion again and ill-treatment,” he wrote.
“Suspected perpetrators; Ali Mohammed, Mahmod, Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again. Christopher… what, is it true? Yes, a Swedish name snuck in on the edges of a drug crime. Mohammed, Mahmod Ali, again and again,” he added.
Conclusion: Muslims asserting cultural superiority
If Europe will adopt Islamic values it will avoid civil war.