The George Soros-funded J Street, a leading critic of Israel, has reversed its endorsement of Rashida Tlaib, the Democratic Party candidate for Congress in Michigan who advocated slashing U.S. aid to Israel, called for a one-state solution and expressed support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel.
Mr. President, isn’t it time to end this madness?
Recently someone had sent me this via email and I thought it worth the attention of my readers concerning what is happening to countries that open their borders to them that claim that they need aid. We know that this is not the case. Many of these “victims” are indeed “victims” of their own circumstances, as well, they are in overwhelming numbers military-aged men. They are not the victims, they are, in fact, the perpetrators of overthrow and plunder of the nations that they enter into.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – A Member of Parliament with a checkered history has added to her list of controversies by presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to an activist who led a rally laden with hate-filled and antisemitic slogans, B’nai Brith Canada has learned.
Consequently, B’nai Brith is launching a petition demanding that Mississauga-Erin Mills MP Iqra Khalid rescind the certificate and apologize to Canadians for her insensitive and dangerous actions.
I’m loving it. Soon the LPC will be just like Corbyn’s Labour Party. That’s what you get for courting the Muslim vote.
Qatari activism in France should greatly worry those who care about the stability of European democracies. For years, Qatar has been the focus of many claims about its Islamic fundamentalism and its alleged support for the MuslimBrotherhood, Iran, ISIS, elements of al-Qaeda, Hamas, the Taliban and other Islamic extremists.
Qatar’s emir, Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, recently provided solid proof that France is a privileged field of projection for his country, which, for more than a year, has had a severe boycott imposed on it by its Gulf neighbors. A July meetingin Paris between the Emir of Qatar and French President Emmanuel Macron was the third held in just a few months. Contracts worth more than 12 billion euroshave already been signed, making Qatar the third largest French customer in the Gulf after Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Qatar, however, casts its shadow not only over the French economy.
A sampling of terror arrests and convictions as well as sexual assaults, attempted killings and other threats by Muslims in the U.S. during the month of July. These are just the ones we know about.
Conservative Senator Denise Batters apologized to Liberal MP Omar Alghabra for her “choice of words,” as some rushed to accuse her of tweeting out a racist remark.
While one imam calls youth to establish an Islamic state as “they have the most important roles in jihad and proselytising”, another preaches against so-called unbelievers.
A Jordanian immigrant facing the death penalty in Houston praised Osama bin Laden for the terror attacks on New York City on September 11, 2001, and said the violence was deserved, his daughter testified Tuesday.
On October 22, 2017, the Toronto Star dedicated four pages, including its front page, to an attempt to exonerate Ayman Elkasrawy, an imam at “Masjid Toronto” mosque, from anti-Jewish and anti-infidel prayers during Ramadan 2016. It is filled with errors in fact and the gross omission of facts.
The article was written by Jennifer Yang and approved by Kathy English, the Star’s public editor.
Salman Abedi ‘repaid’ his rescue by murdering 22 people at a concert.
With wounds still fresh from a divisive plan to build a massive mosque in a residential area of Sterling Heights, Michigan, a group of Pakistanis are moving forward with plans for another project, and this one involves the conversion of a church into a house of Islamic worship.
The MP is being punished for daring to talk about Muslim grooming gangs.
You would think that when a female Labour MP was physically threatened that commentators and many within the Labour Party would rush to her support. Since the murder of Jo Cox by a neo-Nazi terrorist, many have been vocal about the need for MPs to be protected. However, Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham, seems to be the exception to this concern for female politicians’ security, and the reason is because Labour is in part responsible for her current predicament.
On the day after the Danforth shooting, the SIU released the killer’s name and almost simultaneously, his family issued a statement.
It was written by a PR specialist and blended feelings of shock with a skillful deflection technique. It pointed out the shooter had severe mental health challenges and had been struggling with psychosis and depression, and the implication was we should not pursue things further.