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VIDEO: Canada in Crisis — Muslims rally in ‘support of terrorists’ call Israel ‘a terrorist state’

Rise Canada posted a video showing Muslims rallying in Toronto. Rise Canada states:

In front of Eaton Center in dntn [sic] Toronto, is an Islamic info booth. Some of the people from that booth brought in a huge mob of Muslims today and held up signs attacking Israel and praising terrorists killed by Israeli armed forces.. At the 1.13 mark the sign states that “Israel is a terrorist state”.

Afterwards they shouted Death to ISRAEL and ISRAEL IS ILLEGAL TERRORIST STATE. As usual, the police did nothing and seemed to fully support the Muslim terrorists.

CIJnews reports:

Two Canadian newspapers in the Greater Toronto Area have reported with unconcealed sympathy on the solidarity rally with the Palestinian “martyrs” (شهداء) of the al-Quds Intifada a.k.a the Knife Intifada.

On Saturday, February 20, 2016 several dozens of anti-Israel activists, including board members of the Mississauga-based Palestine House and the radical left Independent Jewish Voices (IJV), held a rally at at Yonge and Dundas Square in downtown Toronto protesting against “Israel’s ongoing policy of executing Palestinians.”

The protesters, including children of senior activists affiliated with the Palestine House, held pictures of the so-called “martyrs” of Palestinian al-Quds/ Knife Intifada, a relentless wave of terrorist attacks aimed at Israeli Jews since autumn 2015. The Palestine House accused Israel of “executing” these Palestinian “martyrs.”

According to the Palestinian Gaza-based al-Quds Center for Research, from October 2015 to February 2016 Palestinians murdered 33 Israelis and injured 440 Israelis in 120 stabbing attacks, 90 shooting attacks, 29 car ramming attacks, 1,121 explosive charges and firebombing attacks and 3,321 rock throwing attacks. In addition, 50 stabbing attacks were thwarted.

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The following is a list of terrorists whose photos were carried by the demonstrators:

      • Moayyad Jabarin – Killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (left a letter to his parents informing them on his intention to kill two Israeli soldiers to “die as a martyr in the path of Allah”)
      • Haitham Yassin – killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (after injuring an Israeli)
      • Fadi Khseib – Hamas operative, killed while intentionally tried to run over and kill Israelis
      • Odai al-Masalma – Hamas operative, killed while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Taher Fanoun – Killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (Israeli injured)
      • Rooqiyya Abu Eid – Killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (attack caught on video)
      • Mohammed Abed Nimr – killed while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Bashar al-Jabari – killed while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Eyad Ed’eis – Fatah operative, killed while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Yahya Farhat – Hamas al-Qassam Brigades operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Jihad Al-Obeid – Operative of Hamas’ al-Qassam Martyrs Brigades, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Srour Abu Srour – Fatah operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Yihya Karir – Hamas operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Khalil Amer – killed while trying to run over and kill an Israeli citizen
      • Mohammad Ayyad – killed while trying to run over and kill an Israeli citizen
      • Marwan Hisham Barbakh – killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Ayman al-Abbasi, Fatah operative, incarcerated in jail for a year after convicted of security charges, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Shawqi Obeid – Fatah operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Abd al-Qader – al-Hussein Brigades (Fatah), killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Mahmoud Hameeda – killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Odai Jihad Irshid – killed during violent clashes with IDF forces; his sister Dania killed two months earlier while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Nasha’t Asfour, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Salama Abu Jame – killed during violent clashes with IDF forces; wished to die “in the path of Allah”
      • Wisam Qasrawi – Fatah operative, killed while carrying out a stabbing attack
      • Ziyad Nabil Sharaf – Hamas operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Mohammad Zahran – killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (2 Israeli soldiers injured)
      • Mohammad Abu Zaid – Hamas operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Adnan Abu Oliyyan – Hamas operative, killed during violent clashes with IDF forces
      • Taher Fanoun – Killed while carrying out a stabbing attack (Israeli injured)
      • Sadeq Ziyad Gharbiyya, 16, Hamas operative, was killed while carrying out a stabbing attack in a checkpoint near Jenin on November 10, 2015.
      • Husam al-Jabari, 18, and his cousin Bashar al-Jabari,15, tried to enter through a checkpoint armed with a knife. Both were killed while stabbing an Israeli soldier who suspected them.
      • Shadi Hossam al-Deen Doula was an operative of Al-Naser Salah al-Deen Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic terrorist organization, the Popular Resistance Movement. In an official statement, Al-Naser Salah al-Deen Brigades said that Shadi Doula was “one of the mujahideen” who was killed on October 12, 2015 “during clashes” with the Israeli military forces.
      • Mohamad Halabeih, an operative of the terrorist organization Hamas, was killed while trying to attack Israeli forces east of Jerusalem with an explosive charge.
      • Anas Hamad, an operative of the terrorist organization Hamas, was killed while intentionally driving his car into a group of Israeli soldiers in an attempt to kill them.

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Is the Islamic Republic of Iran gaining ground in Canada?

Ashura (Arabic: عاشوراءʻĀshūrā’, colloquially: /ʕa(ː)ˈʃuːra/; Urdu: عاشورا‎; Persian:عاشورا‎‎ /ʕɒːʃuːˈɾɒ/; Azerbaijani: Aşure Günü or English: Day of Remembrance) is on the tenth day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar and marks the climax of the Remembrance of Muharram. 

Shiite commemorations of the Day of Ashura have traditionally included rituals which have been condemned by many religious authorities recently under the claim that such practices are wrong or un-Islamic.

It’s been reported that Ottawa had a large Iranian Ashoura demonstration organized by Iranians and Toronto’s was exceptional. No one has seen such a parade in the last 35 years in Canada.

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Are these demonstrators the newly arrived trend of investor immigrants and international students from Iran? Why don’t these Iranians go to their own religious based mosques and Islamic associations to celebrate? Why would they put on such a show for the public, taking photos and recording videos with their mobile phones?

If these Iranians are truly practicing Muslims they would not hold such a demonstration in public in a non Islamic country.

Since the closure of the Iranian embassy in Ottawa and throwing out the terrorist Iran regime’s agents from Canada, we had not seen such a big event by Shiite Muslim Iranians during their religious month Ashoura (Remembrance) in Canada.

Has the Liberal Party’s victory given them the opportunity? Rouhani, Zarif and Larijani’s latest statements about Canada’s elections result shows that the Liberal government of Canada and Iran are in good terms.

Canada voted in the Liberal Party. The Liberal Party has promised to revoke Bills C51 and C24, which will also pave the path for future terrorist attacks and Islamification of Canada.

EDITORS NOTE: Photos are courtesy of Ali Mohammadi’s Facebook page.

Toronto: Disabled man told that taxpayer-subsidized housing is for Muslims only

“Here you have a building for Muslims, and normally that would be discriminatory because other religions could not be accommodated there. But the Human Rights Code says if it’s a special-interests organization — religious, philanthropic, educational or social — they can discriminate in that way.”

Oh. Where is the taxpayer-funded housing for Christians only? For Jews only?

Ezra Levant weighs in on this travesty here. “Disabled man told subsidized housing is for Muslims only,” by Marco Chown Oved, Toronto Star, August 26, 2015 (thanks to Eli):

A young wheelchair user has been taken off the waiting list for a publicly subsidized apartment because he is not a member of the Muslim community that established the building — a practice that, while legal, raises concerns that accommodations for cultural and religious groups could be limiting access to affordable housing.

According to a letter that arrived at his mother’s house last week, Austin Lewis, 21, was removed from the waiting list at the Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace building on Finch Ave. W in North York because he is not a member of their faith.

“It was mostly confusing, more than anything else,” he said. “Why would a government segregate its own building?”

The 16-storey building, which provides a range of services to its residents including a prayer room that accommodates 250, was actually approved in the 1990s as part of a provincial program to encourage non-profits and religious groups to build affordable housing, according to its property manager.

Lewis, who has used a wheelchair since a disease attacked his spinal cord when he was 8, says he applied to more than 100 accessible buildings in Toronto, Brampton and Peel Region, and there was no notice that any of them were restricted to a certain community.

“We had no idea. The letter came as a complete shock,” he said.

The city provides a $1.7-million subsidy for 94 rent-geared-to-income units under a five-year agreement, which began Jan. 1, that restricts tenants to “members of the Muslim Jama’at.”

“The City’s mandate policy allows social housing providers to restrict their housing to individuals belonging to an identifiable ethnic or religious group if specific conditions are met,” says a statement provided by city spokesperson John Gosgnach.

There are eight such buildings in Toronto, catering to Muslims, Macedonians, Germans and seniors who are Christian, Chinese, Greek, Hungarian or Lithuanian.

Karin Tahir, Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace’s property manager, said the building does not discriminate on race, colour or ethnicity. “Ahmadiyya is in 200 countries,” he said.

“We’re not bumping anyone off the list,” Tahir added. “The real issue is the 90,000-person waiting list for an affordable unit. Where is the new stock?”

It’s already hard enough to find affordable housing in the GTA, Lewis says, but when you’re in a wheelchair, your options are limited even further.

“It does seem incredibly odd. There is housing for people 50 and over, but there is no housing specifically for people in chairs,” he said.

His mother, Laura Whiteway, is incensed that her son could be turned away from a wheelchair-accessible building.

“They’re being given a licence to discriminate. It’s just wrong,” she said.

Lawyer Barry Swadron, who has extensive experience in disability law, says the Ontario Human Rights Code allows for this kind of discrimination.

“Here you have a building for Muslims, and normally that would be discriminatory because other religions could not be accommodated there.

“But the Human Rights Code says if it’s a special-interests organization — religious, philanthropic, educational or social — they can discriminate in that way,” he said. “It’s very unfortunate, but that’s how the law was written.”

While the intention was to create safe spaces for minority communities, this kind of permissible “positive discrimination” inevitably produces collateral damage, Swadron said….

No kidding, really?

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