Fears about a terrorist using the U.S.-Mexican border as a gateway for an attack have been realized. Evidence shows that Somali Edmonton terrorist Abdulahi Hasan Sharif crossed the U.S.-Mexican border from Tijuana into San Diego at the San Ysidro border crossing on July 12, 2011.
Quebec has adopted a law that would force Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka to uncover their faces to use public services.
The Liberal government’s Bill 62 on religious neutrality was put to a vote Wednesday morning in Quebec’s National Assembly.
The Liberals, who hold a majority in provincial parliament, voted in favour of the bill, while all the other parties voted against.
A small victory but an important one. Now if only we had a party at the federal level as aware of Islam’s danger.
Islamic child abuse
Montreal bus drivers are hoping for clarity — and bracing themselves for headaches — as Quebec moves to pass legislation that would require a Muslim woman who wears a niqab or burka to uncover her face to ride a city bus.
The Liberal government’s Bill 62 on religious neutrality would prohibit public workers, as well as those receiving a public service, from covering their face.
The law would apply to municipal services, including public transit. The guidelines for how those working in the public sector should carry out the law, however, may not be ready until next summer, after a round of consultations.
Not the 16 year old girl who was abused.
A driving instructor in Canada, was arrested for violating a student and her parents who put their trust in him.
Two Muslim high school students are sidelining controversy with an innovative addition to their school basketball uniforms — sports hijabs complete with their team logo.
The number of asylum seekers walking across the U.S. border into Canada illegally dropped by more than two-thirds in September from August, government data showed on Monday, as officials seek to dispel myths around the country’s refugee system.
Are you thinkin’ what I’m thinkin’?
Many in the media are painting a picture of Joshua Boyle and his American wife, Caitlin Coleman, as victims who suffered years of torment at the hands of their Taliban captors. But there are elements in their story which beg further questioning.
One problem is that non-Muslim journalists today are so scared of being labelled racist, that obvious questions arising from Boyle’s account of his and his family’s captivity aren’t being asked.
My first questions to Boyle and Coleman would be, “when did you convert to Islam?” and “who had the honour of introducing you to take the ‘shahadah’” (oath of allegiance to Allah and Prophet Muhammad)?
Pakistani Police Beat Christian Student to Death in Latest Sectarian Lynching
Pakistan remains a top source of immigration to Canada, as it has done so since at least 2001. There is no Islamic state that does not persecute its religious and ethnic minorities. Violent supremacism is hard wired into Islam so why does our government insist on importing it?
In 2015 permanent residence status was granted to 214,089 people from the top 30 source nations, 28% of those came from Muslim majority states. Why? To fuel the mass immigration Ponzi scheme that benefits our corporate and political class? To remake Canada to resemble what exactly, the “multicultural” wish-dream of our virtue signaling class? Even a casual reading of world news reveals that Islam does not play well with others – anywhere. Islam will not change to suit Canada but then those who insist on importing it won’t be the ones paying the price of admission.
Just an FYI; you’ll be called a racist by your government just for reading this post. They didn’t dream up M103 for nothin.
Permanent residents by the top 30 source countries to Canada in 2015. Source.
Above Data in Xcel format – Permanent resident immigration Islamic states Canada 2015 Top 30
And of course it’s not as if it’s a trend or anything…
Facebook’s “Canadian Election Integrity Initiative” is a response to a warning from the country’s top cybersecurity agency that hacker groups would “almost certainly” attempt to influence the 2019 federal election.
Who does Zuckerberg want elected? There’s your next PM.
We learn from the law. What’s acceptable, what’s not. That’s why courts are open to the public; that’s why court cases are published.
And this is Canadian justice in 2017.
Leave it to the Trudeau Liberals to spend taxpayers’ money in the weirdest of places, especially if it adds to their hipster image.
On Monday, the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage will reconvene to discuss the pros and cons of M-103, the hotly-debated motion that has polarized the country.
The motion is controversial for a number of reasons. Its critics justifiably fear that the motion attempts to thwart freedom of conscience and speech when it comes to criticizing the disturbing and extreme Islamic practices sometimes seen among migrant communities.
The man whose name and photo were connected to online racist death threats against a Calgary school board trustee candidate says not only did he not do it, but he dated the woman he’s accused of targeting.
Halifax taxi driver gets no jail time on sex assault conviction against 19-year-old passenger
A former Halifax taxi driver convicted of sexually assaulting his passenger has been handed a sentence with no jail time.
Saher H. Hamdan was handed a four-month conditional sentence by Judge Michael Sherar in Halifax provincial court Thursday, followed by three years of probation.
The sentencing comes about eight months after Judge Gregory Lenehan’s comments on consent and decision to acquit taxi driver Bassam Al-Rawi of sexually assaulting a passenger who was passed out in his cab drew national attention.
This is the second guilty verdict against a Halifax taxi driver charged with sexual assault in the past few years. The first was Ahror Mamadiev who was given a conditional discharge in September, 2015, and currently does not have a taxi license.
The man charged with attempted murder in an attack at UBC last year admitted that he tried to kill the victim, but added that he didn’t know what he was doing during the incident.
“I tried to kill her,” Thamer Hameed Almestadi admitted in a videotaped interview with RCMP Sgt. Kevin Jeffrey.
“I was not aware of what I was doing at the time,” he added.
When asked by Sgt. Jeffrey why he might have attacked Mary Hare with a knife Almestadi said, “I started listening to the Koran and understanding the meanings differently.”
I think he understood the Koran perfectly well. But this is Canada so the victim will likely have to pay damages.