Taliban Apologist & Louis Farrakhan Fan Munir El-Kassem Says Youth Won’t Find Radical Islamists In London Ontario

“The London Muslim Association held a news conference today to publicly distance their community from the reported actions of Ali Medlej and Xristos Katsiroubas, both in their 20s. CBC News reports that the two men, who met in high school in London, were among the 29 militants killed in the four-day siege of an Algerian natural gas plant in January.

Munir El-Kassem says no one he has talked to in the Muslim community in the city seems to know either man or their families.

El-Kassem says if youth are searching for radical ideas they won’t find them in the Muslim community in London, but he says misinformation about Islam is rampant on the Internet.

He says London’s Muslim community is a peaceful one and doesn’t welcome radical views.”

So let’s see both the London Mosque and Munir El-Kassem’s Islamic Centre of Southwest Ontario claim not to know the two little jihadis. Well then who did?

Munir El-Kassem is both a Taliban apologist and a fan of anti-semite Louis Farrakhan.

“Actually it takes vision, determination and strong leadership to achieve unity and I think Minister Farrakhan demonstrated that ability and strong leadership and vision to bring the Muslims together and I think that we just started this journey of unification and we still have a lot to do under his leadership.”
Imam Munir El Kassem
London Ontario, Canada

A bit more about the London Mosque:

“One might suppose that moderate and peaceful Muslim leaders would repudiate the Muslim Association of Canada, as well as all other organizations inspired by Banna. Yet among the speakers in a recent series of lectures presented by the London chapter of MAC were Sheikh Jamal Taleb, Imam of the London Muslim Mosque, and Dr. Munir El-Kassem, Muslim chaplain at the University of Western Ontario and Imam for the Islamic Centre of Southwestern Ontario.

Toews is right: Home-grown radicalization is a real threat