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PRESS RELEASE: The March 17, 2019 Teach-In Was A Great Success
Mozuud Freedom Foundation was pleased to co-sponsor the day long Teach-In on the Rule of Law, that provided a unique opportunity for people of many different backgrounds, ages, communities to learn how they can help uphold Canada's rule of law and pursue justice. A series of press releases tell the story. Below is a the first notice. Links to all the proceedings will be added to this site when available.Read more
Will Canada finance the terrorist who shot a Canadian and his pregnant wife in Israel?
During last weekend, another horrific terrorist attack was carried out in Israel by a Palestinian Arab terrorist. A car stopped and the driver opened fire at a group of civilians who were waiting at a bus stop. One of the victims, a 21-year-old married to a Canadian citizen, was pregnant at the time of the attack. She is now in hospital in critical condition, as is her baby who was born prematurely at 30 weeks.
Hamas has praised this as a “heroic attack” and said that this shows the “legitimacy of the resistance”.
In the wake of this tragedy, two questions should be asked by Canadians. First, why does Justin Trudeau always drag his feet to condemn terrorists who try to murder Jews? And will he condemn this attack on a Canadian and his pregant wife without being brow-beaten into it?
Second, will Canadians continue to financially reward terrorists like the one who committed this attack? Justin Trudeau seemed content to let Canadian foreign aid be used as a Palestinian Arab “martyrs fund”, when the reward was just for murdering Israelis.
The Martyrs' fund is a well-known aspect of the Palestinian Authority's platform, as it constitutes 7% of their annual budget, which is supplemented through foreign aid from Western nations like Canada. Canada also directly pays UNRWA, a sum which Trudeau increased from $20 million to $80 million this year; UNWRA, as I’m sure you have read, serves to educate the Palestinian Arabs in genocidal Jew-hatred and violent Jihad.
Will Trudeau and the Canadian Liberal Government now turn a blind eye, and let its foreign aid be used to sustain a terrorist who shot a Canadian and his pregnant wife? Or will they finally take a stand and say “Enough is enough!”
Is Anti-Zionism the new Anti-Semitism?
Last week during the assault on Israel from the Gaza Strip, and the subsequent pile on from the usual suspects in the media, our Social Media director, Daniel Bordman, wrote this article on modern antisemitism.
The article is a detailed examination of the so-called “anti-Zionism” in the mainstream media from a millennial’s perspective. It points out the bias of selective reporting on the Israeli-Arab conflict, and how it enables the classical antisemitic conspiracies to take on new forms.
Dr. Martin Sherman to speak in Toronto Dec. 4
I’m exceedingly pleased to announce that Dr. Martin Sherman, one of the foremost “intellectual warriors” of Israel, will visit Toronto in early December. Dr. Sherman, who came to Israel as a lone soldier, has had a brilliant career in the IDF, academia and government. He is an “outside-the-box” strategic thinker, and is not afraid to disagree with the Establishment. I hope you will be able to join us on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at Beth Tikvah for what promises to be an outstanding evening.
You can learn more about Dr. Sherman on his website. Online registration will be available next week. I hope to see you on December 4!
Is our Canadian Government subsidizing Terrorism?
It is hard to believe that our government does not know what it is doing in this regard. Let’s hope nonetheless they are doing it out of ignorance. Because the Canadian Government is again subsidizing those who would kill us, and who ARE killing others! Is this incompetence? The Government seems to be in the thrall of Jihadists in their circle.
Below is a petition asking the Liberal Government of Canada to STOP funding organizations with known links to terrorism. There are, as well, numerous links to articles by bona fide expert, Tom Quiggan, proving that this is happening.
Please sign the petition and send it on to your friends, post it on Facebook and other social media. You’ll want to read at least some of the articles. You will be shocked! What is happening is beyond the unbelievable. But it is indeed happening.
Thank you for your support!
Google is silencing criticism of radical Islam
Tom Quiggin, a court-certified intelligence officer, with over 30 years of experience in counter-terrorism, has been kicked off of Google and YouTube before his new podcast even hit the air.
The Quiggin Report was meant to tackle important issues related to civil liberties in Canada, such as Freedom of Speech and censorship. However, this was deemed too dangerous for people to hear by the observers at YouTube and Google, as they decided to block Tom Quiggin from using all google services.
This brings up a troubling new chapter in the war against free speech. We have known for a long time that the Trudeau government has some very troubling ties to extremists, but now the giant tech companies have decided to silence anyone who will speak out against political Islam. This is worrying because the traditional legal methods to fight back against government tyranny are not available to us because Google is a corporation. Instead, we need to stand up so our voices will be heard, or else Google will slowly kill all dissent. So, please share this information by email or social media.
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Is there a terrorist out there that Justin Trudeau doesn’t like?
Justin Trudeau’s family vacation to India turned from a national embarrassment to an international incident whenJaspal Atwal, a former member of the International Sikh Youth Federation, a banned terrorist group in Canada, the U.K., the U.S., and India, was invited to dine with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a formal event hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner on Thursday in Delhi.
Atwal was convicted, in a Canadian court, of the attempted murder of Indian cabinet minister, Malkiat Singh Sidhu, on Vancouver Island in 1986 and was also charged, but not convicted, for a 1985 near-fatal attack on Ujjal Dosanjh who later became premier of British Columbia.
In one move, Justin Trudeau has managed to sour our relationship with India, embarrass Canada, support terrorism and undermine our legal system. Enough is enough. Trudeau’s rule gets more dangerous every day he is in office.
The mistake was so egregious that even the CBC had to cover it: See it here
In case the Prime Minister tries to deny his association to Jasper Atwal, here are pictures of the two together when Trudeau was an MP and when he was party leader:
Melanie Phillips at Holy Blossom on February 18th
On February 10th, Iran committed an act of war against Israel by sending a military drone into Israeli airspace. The world was silent, except for the parts of the Western media that labeled Israel the aggressor.
One would expect that when a country (Iran) threatens another (Israel) with nuclear destruction and then violates its airspace, that that would spark international condemnation. Yet, when the Jewish state is involved, it works differently. Somehow the Western world is unwilling to come to terms with the idea that the Jewish state has a right to self-defense.
Melanie Phillips made an important point in a recent article when she wrote:
“There will be a far greater chance of averting all-out war if Britain and Europe finally come to their senses and start holding Iran’s feet to the fire rather than seeking to sanitise, excuse and reward it at every opportunity.”
Join us this Sunday, February 18th at Holy Blossom Temple when Melanie Phillips will address the current issues facing Israel and the rest of the Western world.
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STILL A LOT TO LEARN – How Professor Salim Mansur is trying to clarify Muslim teachings, by Robert Fulford (National Post)
In the 21st century, anyone who chooses to be a “dissident Muslim” must deal with serious loneliness. Non-Muslims imagine that all Muslims are more or less the same. Muslims usually regard their faith as obvious and true, so who could dissent from it?
But a dissident Muslim refuses to accept official dogma. A dissident Muslim wants to step out from under the weight of traditional consensus and “rethink” Islam.
Salim Mansur, a political science professor at Western University in London, Ont., is a dissident Muslim. He defines himself against the Islamists who support Islamic militancy and fundamentalism. Islamists believe they are duty bound to achieve, by persuasion or force, God’s law in an Islamic-directed world.
“I am one of those Muslims who is at home in the West,” Mansur writes. He was born to an Indian Muslim family and received much of his education in the West, including his Ph.D. at the University of Toronto. He believes he’s deeply aware of the culture and politics on both sides of the West/Islam divide.
Mansur’sThe Qur’an Problem and Islamism: Reflections of a Dissident Muslim (Mantua Books), is an attempt to clarify the Islamist teachings that have placed Muslims at the center of a long-running international crisis.
He dates this tragic period from 1989, the year Ayatollah Khomeini pronounced a fatwa of death on Salman Rushdie for his allegedly blasphemous novel, The Satanic Verses. The Union of Islamic Students’ Associations in Europe infamously offered its services to help Khomeini. A London property developer told reporters at the time, “If I see him, I will kill him straight away. Take my name and address. One day I will kill him.”
Since the fatwa, Mansur says, “a significant segment of the Muslim world has been ideologically mobilized” against the West and its governing principles.
In recent years many in the West have felt self- conscious when talking about Islam. The hideous word “Islamophobia” has been invented to frighten away those who question Islam, even if their concerns are entirely legitimate. Mansur, on the contrary, tells us that the world of Islam needs criticism.
In Mansur’s view, Islamist regimes have distorted the Qur’an to provide an aura of authority and legitimacy. With the holy law on their side, terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda and ISIS have made their ideas appear relevant to the Muslim world.
Many in the West, including even some Muslims, think that they can discuss Islam and its needs on the basis of a few words fished at random out of the Qur’an. Barack Obama took an excerpt literally when he spoke of Islam as a religion of peace. That proved, he said, that the so-called Islamic State could not be Islamic. But Mansur’s book shows that over the centuries Islam has believed many ideas, not all of them consistent with others.
In careful, clear prose, Mansur takes us through the tangle of theories and inner conflicts that have shaped Islam, in which Islamists have played a large plot. It’s a pathology that encourages conflict with others who can be seen as enemies, such as Jews. This compulsion has “turned into Muslim- on- Muslim violence, a raging sectarian conflict of Sunnis against Shi’ites and ethnic conflicts of tribes against tribes or nations against nations.” Many of these have come accompanied by new or altered doctrine.
At the end of the 20th century, most of us viewed Muslims as adherents of an outdated but harmless religion, limited to one region and one cultural group, the Arabs. Since the eruptions that followed 2001 we have been learning how wrong we were. Mansur’s cool, intelligent overview of his own faith tells us we still have a lot to learn.