what should one make of claims by owners of a Jewish café in Winnipeg that their café was spray painted with anti-Semitic graffiti on April 18 night when in fact it was all staged?
On March 20, 2019, the Toronto City Council held hearings into the annual Quds Day rally in Toronto that is held in the last week of Ramadan every year. Pro-Israeli Zionist groups have alleged the rally “spreads hate” and have called for banning it. A number of submissions were made to the City Council both for and against the Quds Day rally. We reproduce below the submission by Prof. (Emeritus) Michael Keefer to City Council in support of the rally.
For a group claiming to promote human rights, Bnai Brith, the hardcore Zionist entity, takes a lot of liberties with truth. Its latest example is the vicious attack launched against ICIT director Zafar Bangash accusing him of ‘anti-semitism’ and ‘homophobia’.
In addition to illegally supporting the Israeli occupation army, CRA auditors said Beth Oloth had funded projects totaling $1.2-million for illegal Zionist squatter camps euphemistically called ‘Jewish settlements’ in occupied Palestinian territories
Ron Banerjee, the Islamophobic Hindu was forced to publicly apologize to the owner of Paramount Fine Foods when the latter took him to court. More Muslims need to follow the example of Muhamed Fakih and take legal action against the Islamophobes.
Islamophobes come in all shapes and sizes. Even a Hindu has joined the Islamophobic brigade in Canada. What is even more revealing is that many media outlets eagerly provide this obnoxious creature a platform to spout his anti-Muslim venom.
While Canada takes pride in the fact that it is a multicultural society, there are dark forces not only lurking in the background, many of them operate openly spreading hatred, bigotry and Islamophobia. Unless checked, these forces can wreak havoc in the country.
Muslim youth in Canada have discovered that they can learn much about their rich Islamic heritage by participating in the celebration of Islamic History Month (IHM). October is commemorated as IHM in Canada.
In the week since the Bedouin-dominated kingdom of Saudi Arabia went berserk over Canadian criticism of its atrocious human rights record, things have not cooled off. The Saudis ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave Riyadh in 24 hours. It also recalled its own envoy from Ottawa and ordered 15,000 Saudi students at Canadian universities to return home by September 1.
How realistic is Canada’s multicultural image when there is an army of Islamophobes that operate freely spreading hatred and creating an atmosphere for attacking Muslims?
The Zionists are compulsive liars. These were on full display following the Quds Day rally in Toronto in June. Their libelous allegations, however, are now going to be challenged in court.
Life is becoming increasingly difficult for Muslims in North America. For Muslim inmates, it is much worse.
In trying to blame Muslims for the Toronto van attack, Islamophobes were once again exposed as racists and bigots with no leg to stand on
It is now well established that whenever a Muslim commits a crime, it is branded terrorism but when a non-Muslim does the same, he is called a ‘lone wolf’, ‘nutcase’ and other such excuses are offered.
Despite its peaceful image, there is widespread Islamophobia in Canada including in many of its academic institutions.
In a dramatic development, Alexandre Bissonnette, the 28-year-old man who shot and killed six Muslims at a Quebec City mosque on January 29, 2017, pleaded guilty March 28, avoiding a lengthy trial, because he is deeply sorry for the pain he caused and is ashamed of his actions.
Author Eric Walberg examines efforts by Canada’s First Nations to assert their rights.
January 29 marks the first anniversary of the mass murder of six Muslim worshippers in Quebec City, the worst terrorist attack on Canadian soil since the 1989 atrocity that claimed the lives of 14 women at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique.
Even while acknowledging the wrongs done to Canada’s First Nations, both the federal government and the provincial government in Ontario continue to violate their rights to land.
It would be wrong to assume that Islamophobia in Canada is a recent phenomenon. It has a very long history and dates back to the time when first Muslims set foot here.