Canadian police force holds seminar against “Islamophobia”

The “Islamophobia” agenda is spreading fast in Canada. Six Canadian cities have signed a charter against “Islamophobia”; an “Islamophobia” motion was passed by the Canadian Parliament, and recently I was notified that the Durham Regional Police (a regional municipality just east of Toronto) sponsored an anti-Islamophobia event, thus jumping on the bandwagon in accepting a term that is as unvalidated as it is unquestioned; Jews and blacks remain by far the most discriminated against groups in both Canada and the US.

An open letter was written to Canadian Members of Parliament and Senators to challenge the spurious “Islamophobia” narrative. It was penned by Iranian dissident, writer and activist Shabnam Assadolahi, who asserts: “I have a reasonable fear of radical Islam.”Canadian Islamophobia

Assadolahi has a prominent background as an Iranian dissident. She was thrown into an Iranian jail as a teen, and has said to me personally that she does not even feel safe living in Canada since the rogue regime of Iran has stated its intention to murder foreign dissidents. Iranian dissidents now feel even more trepidation in light of the current Liberal government’s plans to cozy up with Iran and renew ties.

Assadholahi (along with Shadi Paveh, another Iranian Canadian activist) translated an interview in 2012 with Hamid Mohammadi, an Iranian official working as Cultural Counselor to the Embassy in Canada. It was followed up by Fox News. It was revealed that Mohammadi was an agent of the Iranian regime and that Iran had been using its embassy in Canada to mobilize loyalists of the Islamic Republic to infiltrate the Canadian Government and attack the United States. The Iranian embassy in Canada was subsequently shut down by the Harper government; the Liberal government now seeks to reopen it.

Assadolahi’s open letter to Canadian authorities justifiably challenges the “Islamophobia” motion that was recently passed under the radar in the Canadian Parliament. She asks:

What exactly has the Parliament of Canada petitioned against? Criticism of Islam? Criticism of Muhammad? Criticism and condemning the Islamic State and all Islamic terrorist groups affiliated with radical Islamic ideology? Petitioning against those Canadians who Condemn Sharia law? If Canadians criticize Islam or convert from Islam, will they now be considered an “Islamophobe” by Canada?

What’s next? Sending Iran and Hamas type morality police to the doorsteps of Canadians critical of Islam, while radical imams continue to spew openly radical Ideas in schools and mosques? What about Canadians who are suspicious of others plotting possible terrorist activities – will they be afraid to report it to authorities in case they are wrong?

In addition to these valid questions, Assadolahi presents a critical point indicative of the unscrupulous individuals working – also under the radar – to erode Canadian freedoms: those who are directly connected to the Muslim Brotherhood…

The petition your government recently passed a motion for was initiated on June 8, 2016 by Samer Majzoub, President of the Canadian Muslim Forum condemning Islamophobia in “all” forms.

Samer Majzoub was exposed via a Muslim Brotherhood-linked Montreal high school that he managed, which reportedly received $70,671 (US) from the Kuwait embassy. The Islamic school, Le Savoir High School, worked hand in hand with the Muslim Association of Canada:

Before getting its own registration number from the Quebec Registry of Enterprises in 2009, Ecole Le Savoir was one of many names used by the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) in Montreal to mobilize the local Muslim community towards its radical objectives

The Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) is a proud follower of the Muslim Brotherhood and of its founder Hassan al-Banna; its website states:

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Al-Banna’s core messages of constructive engagement in society, focus on personal and communal empowerment, and organizational development had a deep impact on much of the Muslim world.

What the MAC left out was the real mission of al-Banna. In al-Banna’s own words: “All Muslims must make Jihad“:

“Jihad is an obligation from Allah on every Muslim and cannot be ignored nor evaded. Allah has ascribed great importance to jihad and has made the reward of the martyrs and the fighters in His way a splendid one. Only those who have acted similarly and who have modeled themselves upon the martyrs in their performance of jihad can join them in this reward. Furthermore, Allah has specifically honoured the Mujahideen {those who wage jihad} with certain exceptional qualities, both spiritual and practical, to benefit them in this world and the next. Their pure blood is a symbol of victory in this world and the mark of success and felicity in the world to come.”

So it’s no surprise that the Muslim Brotherhood motto would fit with its founder’s words….

“Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Koran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”

Now that Durham Regional Police sponsored an event “Speaking Out Against Islamophobia”, which featured so-called “experts” on the subject of “Islamophobia,” I’ve said it several times on Jihad Watch and will say it again: the real expert on “Islamophobia,” Abdur-Rahman Muhammad – a former member of the International Institute for Islamic Thought – was present when the word “Islamophobia” was intentionally conceived during a round table of Islamic intellectuals. He stated of the term:

This loathsome term is nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.

Muhammad has also said:

This sense of victimization has now reached a point – especially given the consistent rhetoric of groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations – that many rank-and-file Muslims now genuinely believe that they are a persecuted and oppressed group.

Canada is sliding down a precipice of subjugation, manipulated into fear and/or political correctness by Islamic supremacists, far-left power-brokers (and their sheep-like followers), and activist diversity acolytes. It is sadly beleaguered by the prevailing ignorance and blind trust of those who are not trustworthy.


You can see from the slide she is showing what Amira Elghawaby of the National Council of Canadian Muslims considers to be “Islamophobia”: books by Steven Emerson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Brigitte Gabriel, Nonie Darwish, and Robert Spencer. For Elghawaby, uncomfortable truths about Islam, jihad, and Sharia are “Islamophobia.”

“Speaking Out Against Islamophobia”, Durham Regional Police:

Members of DRPS and the Regional Municipality of Durham heard from several experts on Thursday surrounding the topic of Islamophobia.

Islamophobia is described as the prejudice against, hatred towards, or fear of the religion of Islam or Muslims. More than one million Canadians and 1.6 billion people worldwide are Muslim, yet Islamophobia continues to be an ever present and growing issue in our society.

The workshop was aimed at providing knowledge about the religion of Islam and dispelling any myths, as knowledge often helps eliminate ignorance and bias.

The group heard from Amira Elghawaby of the National Council of Canadian Muslims who discussed the negative portrayal of Islam in the media and film and how we need more positive images that don’t stoke fear. She noted this is particularly important for young people who may be receiving negative messages through the media and even at school.

Other speakers included Imam Yasin Dwyer, a faith based Chaplin with Correctional Services Canada and Dr. Barbara Perry, Professor in the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at UOIT.

The group was encouraged to work toward fostering a community of inclusivity in Durham Region and beyond where people are not judged on mistaken stereotypes…

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