The report has a list of 25 recommendations, below are a few that stand out.
Good… But make sure it has teeth and funding
Recommendation 21 – The Muslim Brotherhood and entities closely associated with it, be reviewed by CSIS as a priority, with the intent of determining whether it should be designated a terrorist entity.
Here’s one I like… we need lawfare jihad protection
Recommendation 22 – The Government should encourage provincial governments to implement legislation that protect Canadians who are participating in the public discourse from vexatious litigation.
About time…as every one of these Muslim terrorists have walked free to date
Recommendation 11 – When the Government removes charitable status on the basis of terrorism, it holds individuals responsible for being party to, or providing material support, for terrorist activity.
Good Grief. Why wasn’t this done from Day 1? Then we wouldn’t have to witness the lunacy of the RCMP renouncing their role in an “Anti-Radicalization” pamphlet that was written by and for Muslim Radicals
Recommendation 17 – Government authorities establish a protocol with Canadian Security Intelligence Service to require mandatory screening of citizens involved in public outreach.
Against… as it further insinuates Islam, a violent supremacist ideology, into the fabric of Canadian society
Recommendation 9 – The federal government work with the provinces and the Muslim communities to investigate the options that are available for the training and certification of imams in Canada.
The report may be read at the link below