Government funding of terrorism, Request for Investigation @JustinTrudeau

9 October 2018
Brenda Lucki, Commissioner
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
RCMP National Headquarters
73 Leikin Drive
Ottawa ON K1A 0R2

Dear Commissioner Lucki,

This is a formal statement of complaint and I am willing to testify in court to the material contained in this report. The first twenty pages of this document contains the complaint itself and the direct relevant information. The remainder of the document contains supporting, explanatory or supplementary information.

The complaint is that Members of Parliament of the Government of Canada are using their official positions to channel taxpayers’ money to Islamic Relief Canada (IRC). The IRC is a federally registered charity, so the taxpayer is subsidizing this activity. IRC in turn is sending millions of dollars to Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW). Seven independent and reliable sources have gone on the public record and stated that IRW uses charitable funds to provide material support to terrorism. In most cases, this means Hamas, an organization which is listed as a terrorist entity by the Government of Canada.

Funding terrorism is a criminal act according the Criminal Code of Canada.

I am a court expert in terrorism in both the Federal and criminal courts. I have spent years working in the military and intelligence communities, including several years spent at the RCMP (A-INSET). I was working for the RCMP in a national security intelligence role during the Momin Khawaja investigation when I was first qualified as a court expert. At other times, I have worked for the Canadian Armed Forces, the Privy Council Office (Intelligence Assessment Secretariat) and I have been a Senior Fellow at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Military service overseas involved time spent in Croatia and Bosnia during the Yugoslav War.

As you will note, all the sources of information here are public. Most footnotes have been individually rated for source reliability and information credulity and are marked as such (I.E. A2 or B1). The system behind rating the source material can be seen at Annex 18.

Best Regards,

Thomas Quiggin – THE QUIGGIN REPORT

and

Tahir Gora – The Canadian Thinkers Forum and TAG-TV
Raheel Raza and Sohail Raza – Muslims Facing Tomorrow
Benjamin Dichter

The full report is available here.

The Podcast discussing the report is here.

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