Note this is a Google translation of a Journal de Montreal article.
Omar and Justin
The rockstar of Islamism, and acrobat of doublespeak, Tariq Ramadan, grand-son of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, welcomed the election Justin Trudeau during a recent visit to McGill University.
Adulated, Ramadan is as a moderate although it runs a chair on the sharia in Qatar. In 2011, in a speech in Texas, brother Tariq expressed the desire to see Muslims “colonize” the United States. Canada is near.
The tactic? Infiltrate institutions.
A controversial appointment
Back to Justin Trudeau. In December, he appointed a longtime friend, the member for Mississauga Centre, Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Qatar commended the appointment.
His CV has raised questions in the media in English Canada – and American – but in Quebec as usual, radio silence. I will try to landing.
Mechanical Engineer, Mr. Alghabra was born in Saudi Arabia to Syrian parents. He came to Canada at the age of 19.
In 2004 and 2005, he served as president of the Canadian Arab Foundation. Four years later, the Canadian government stopped subsidizing the organization said “radical and anti-Semitic.” Two courts upheld this decision. CAF received a million a year to teach English to immigrants. Alghabra, who had already left the CAF, condemned the federal act, according to the National Post.
At the first swearing-in as an MP Omar Alghabra in 2006, Khalid Usman, then a member of PLC and city councilor for Markham, would, according to several witnesses, launched the podium it was a victory for Islam . Without being snubbed by Alghabra.
I might add that it was in favor of Islamic Courts in Canada? Hamas and Hezbollah are not necessarily terrorist groups? He refused to condemn suicide bombings interview with The Jewish Tribune in 2006?
In 2007, Alghabra was invited to speak at the 33rd Congress of the Islamic Society of North America Canada, with Tariq Ramadan. But in 2013, after a grand tour of Justin Trudeau, ISNA
Development has lost its charitable status to have transferred funds to terrorists in Pakistan.
When he was still president of the Canadian Arab Foundation, Alghabra presented to the Senate a brief detailing opposition to the CAF counter-terrorism legislation of the time. According to him, part of the solution was to involve and hire more Arabs and Muslims in the agencies responsible for security in Canada.
How to know?
Without question, Canada needs all qualified citizens for its fight against terrorism. The September 11, 2001, Americans have paid a high price for not having hired more Arabic speakers. But there comes a time when the average citizen, to put scent has questions.
How can we fully trust people whose leaders preach concealment for political purposes? How to tell the difference between an “infiltrator” and ally? What is Justin Trudeau suspicions hovering since 2004 on its new parliamentary secretary?
Where he takes his certainties? Who should we be wary?
The ‘ordinary’ Muslims are really the first victims of Islamism.