Toronto Muslim, student at York University, calls for genocide on website called “Filthy Jewish Terrorists”
He also says, “if there were any planned attacks against Canadian/American soldiers by ‘Muslim militants’ in Canadian soil, I’d support it.”
Clear and present danger. “Toronto man investigated again for hate writings,” by Stewart Bell for theÂ National Post, March 3:
TORONTOÂ — Just months after Ontario decided not to charge a Toronto man with hate crimes, partly because he was undergoing rehabilitation, he is again being investigated over his online writings on a website called Filthy Jewish Terrorists. More from JW>>
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A London university has been condemned for inviting an Islamic preacher with anti-Semitic and homophobic views to give a lecture to students.
Sheikh Abdullah Hakim Quick is due to speak atÂ King’s College’s Strand campus at six tonight.
Peter Tatchell, of pressure group Outrage, accused university bosses of cowardice and “complicity with fundamentalism” by giving the preacher a public platform.
Sheikh Quick has denounced the “filth” of Jews and once gave a televised lecture in which he said the Islamic position on homosexuality is “death”. He added: “Muslims are going to have to take a stand [against homosexuals] and it’s not enough to call names.” MoreÂ Islamic preacher who called Jews ‘filth’ ...
Somewhere along the line, after allowing her to give presentations with her back to the class, they decided enough was enough. “Que. government forced woman from classroom for refusing to remove face covering,” from theÂ Canadian Press, via JW
“When people come to Canada we’re not coming to the Islamic Republic of Canada,” said Raheel Raza, a Muslim women’s-rights activist who has argued for a public ban on religious face coverings.
“We are coming here because we want that freedom, we want the separation of church and state.”
But one Muslim group disagreed.
The Canadian Muslim Forum, which claimed the woman was intimidated by other members of her class, said the move amounts to a misreading of the situation.
“In Quebec people have the right to wear what they want,” said spokeswoman Kathy Malas. (Translation: men have the right to beat and kill women if they don’t wrap themselves in shrouds and impose themselves on unsuspecting kafirs/ed)
“It’s not a question of reasonable accommodation at all. She was complaining about how she was being treated by other males in the class.”