Funding of Mosques in Canada needs introspection

In recent times, several mosques in Canada have been found to incite hatred against Canada, mostly quoting the Canadian government’s involvement in America’s missions in the Middle East killing Muslim brothers. Most of the Islamic religious leaders in Canada openly say that their religious affiliations are much superior to their nationality and openly speak of an Islamic brotherhood. An example of such a figure is Imam Aly Hindy of Salaheddin mosque in Toronto. The Toronto imam has long been known for his controversial comments. He called the 9/11 attacks a joint CIA operation, refused to join other imams in signing a statement condemning the 2005 London bombings and referred to the Toronto 18 terrorists as good people.

Along with the fundamentalist Imam, the worshippers are equally dangerous…