Jihad in Canuckistan
Syed Soharwardy is the Supreme Leader of the Supreme Islamic Council of Canada. What he says goes. This is the same guyÂ who sued Ezra Levant.
“It is against Islam, for Muslims to migrate to non-Muslim countries for the purpose of economic betterment.”
The message is clear: if you are not here for jihad, you are here for the wrong reason. That alone should be enough to giveÂ Soharwardy his marching orders.
A prominent Calgary imam, Syed Soharwardy of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada, recently declared that many Muslims should go back to their Muslim-majority homelands.
It is against Islam, he said, for Muslims to migrate to non-Muslim countries for the purpose of economic betterment.
On his Facebook page, later relayed through the website Blazing Cat Fur, Imam Soharwardy wrote, “Muslims never migrated to non-Muslim countries for economic reasons, looking for good jobs and better life style. In fact, this is against Islam’s reasons for migration towards a non-Muslim country. Please go back.”
Right. Hijra, (immigration), is a military invasion. Muslims are to lay low until they have the numbers, and then the jihad starts in earnest. And why is the west putting up with these subversives?
There is more:
It’s official, Canada is now a major exporter of Islamic terrorism.
News came Wednesday that Ali Mohamed Dirie, a man convicted as part of the Toronto 18 terror plot, was killed fighting alongside jihadi rebels in Syria. In 2009, Dirie was sentenced to seven years for his part in a plot to attack targets in Canada, including Parliament and Toronto’s financial district, but was released just two years later after getting credit for time served awaiting trial.
That he went on to join the global jihad in Syria should surpriseÂ no one.Â (Blazing Cat Fur)
Touch me in the morning!
ConsideringÂ where train bomb plotter Chiheb EsseghaierÂ is headed, you would think that he wouldn’t be that eager. But I don’t think we have any right to pass judgementÂ on his religious heritage and sexual orientation.
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