Extremist literature common in many mosques and Islamic school libraries in Canada, study says

OTTAWA — Many mosques and Islamic schools in Canada are placing young people at risk by espousing — or at least not condemning — extremist teachings, a new study says.

Co-authors Thomas Quiggin, a former intelligence analyst with the Privy Council Office and the RCMP, and Saied Shoaaib, a journalist originally from Egypt, base their findings on research conducted quietly in mosque libraries and Islamic schools.

The study says what worried them was not the presence of extremist literature, but that they found nothing but such writings in several libraries.


But of course… Justin Trudeau rules out burkini ban in Canada

“We should be past tolerance in Canada,” Trudeau said after meeting with his ministers to plan the government’s legislative agenda.

Trudeau bemoaned instances where governments preached tolerance but acted to undermine individual rights, saying with irony: “Tolerating someone means accepting their right to exist on the condition that they don’t disturb us too, too much.”

Justin wants to outlaw mere tolerance and force uncritical acceptance upon us all.

Justin is years behind the times when it comes to Europe’s current awakening to Islam’s perils.

Don’t ever expect him to catch up.

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