Friday, July 28, 2017

Canada Won't Ask Immigrants to Get a Job or Not Abuse Women

Canada Won't Ask Immigrants to Get a Job or Not Abuse Women



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Good news for new immigrants to Canada. You won't be burdened with knowing Canadian history or getting a job. You won't even be asked to stop abusing women and girls. It's Trudeau Time.
 Respecting treaties with Indigenous Peoples, paying taxes and filling out the census are listed as mandatory obligations of Canadian citizenship in a draft version of a new study guide for the citizenship exam.
And guess what isn't?
Some of the Conservatives' insertions attracted controversy, including increased detail about the War of 1812 and a warning that certain "barbaric cultural practices," such as honour killings and female genital mutilation, are crimes in Canada.
Getting rid of both those elements was what former Liberal Immigration Minister John McCallum had in mind when he said early in 2016 that the book was up for a rewrite. But although work has been underway for over a year, there's no date set for publication of a final version.
In the draft version, the reference to barbaric cultural practices is gone, as is the inclusion of getting a job as one of the responsibilities of citizenship.
Discussing how evil Canada is, is a priority. But go ahead and honor kill all you like. It's the multicultural thing to do.
The draft guide delves extensively into the history and present-day lives of Indigenous Peoples, including multiple references to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's report on residential schools and a lengthy section on what happened at those schools. The current guide contains a single paragraph.
The new version also documents the evolution of the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender groups, as well as other sexual minorities. Bureaucrats had sought to include similar themes in the 2011 book but were overruled by then-immigration minister Jason Kenney, with their efforts reduced to a single line on gay marriage.
Now things have been set right. Hello gay marriage and terrible Canadian abuses. Goodbye War of 1812 and not abusing women.
Canadians like to make fun of themselves, the book notes.
The left certainly makes a joke of any country it takes over.
One of Trudeau's often repeated mantras -- "Canada has learned how to be strong not in spite of our differences, but because of them" -- appears to be paraphrased directly in the opening section of the book: Canadians have learned how to be strong because of our differences."
Mao would be proud.


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Canada’s Free-Speech Phobia

Canada’s Free-Speech Phobia



Islam-critic charged with “willful promotion of hatred.”

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Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi is charging blogger Kevin J. Johnston with one count of “willful promotion of hatred.” According to a Globe and Mail report, Johnston’s arrest followed a lengthy investigation of his online activism but news reports played up a recent story by the blogger, who operates the FreedomReport.ca website.

In late April, after a head-on crash on Highway 3 near Windsor, police searched the Lexus in which Tariq Elamin and Satvir Singh were riding and found a sawed-off shotgun and .22 rifles. Police arrested the pair, now facing firearms charges, including possession of an illegal weapon and carrying a concealed weapon.

Johnston claimed the pair were Muslim “maniacs” and “on their way to kill people — shoot up St. Clair College,” in Windsor. Johnston cited “city staff” as his source but police and college officials deny any threat. A lawyer for Singh said Johnston’s video was “entirely fabricated” and “obviously racist.”

As Canadian journalist Ezra Levant notes, even among conservatives Johnston is known as a troublemaker and loose cannon, with the nickname of “Jackal.” Johnston has opposed the federal anti-Islamophobia measure M-103 and accused member of Parliament Iqra Khalid of being a “terrorist.” He has suggested that a Muslim member of Parliament might get shot by a Canadian patriot, but Attorney General Naqvi, a Pakistani-born Muslim, did not mention this post in the charge.

Johnston told Levant his major issue is the indoctrination of children in public schools. Johnston has been critical of local schools for providing spaces for Muslims to conduct what news reports describe as “congregational” prayers on Fridays. As Levant explains, the Muslims effectively turn the school into a mosque. Johnston also offered a reward of $1,000 for recordings of Muslim students “spewing hate speech during Friday prayers” at schools in the Peel Region.

Rabia Khedr of the Muslim Council of Peel, told reporters, “We have been dealing with the rise of Islamophobia and such instances in question from a particular individual for several months now. It was certainly taking a toll on people, fostering a sense of exclusion and making people feel they weren’t welcome – that they don’t belong.” This complaint most likely triggered the charge against Johnston.

“In a multicultural and inclusive province like Ontario, the promotion of hatred stands in direct opposition to our fundamental values of equality and diversity,” Attorney General Naqvi explained. “Hate divides people and communities.”

Richard Moon, law professor at the University of Windsor, told reporters that section 319 of the criminal code targets “speech that, if taken seriously, you’d have to conclude we need to take radical action against members of a group — violent action or total exclusion from society.” The government “may also have decided that it is important to take action in response to the growth — and greater virulence — of anti-Muslim speech in Canada.”

As Moon explained, “We do have limits on free speech at different times. It’s certainly the view of lawmakers and our courts that there is good reason and justification for limits on speech.”

The criminal prosecution of Kevin Johnston marks a stark contrast to other Ontario cases.

Windsor’s Arabic-language Al Forqan has called knife attacks on Jews in Israel a “sacred duty of Jihad.” Michael Mostyn of B’nai Brith Canada charged that the Muslim publication was “directly contributing to the radicalization of Canadian youth by glamorizing murder as a sacred religious duty.” No criminal prosecution resulted from the Al Forqan editorial, “The Duty of Jihad.”

According to police in Bangladesh, Canadian University of Windsor student Tamim Chowdhury masterminded a July 1, 2016, terrorist attack on a popular Dhaka restaurant that killed 24 people.

According to survivors, the attackers took hostages, “separating out those who identified as Muslim from the rest and executing a number of patrons for being foreign non-Muslims.”

Chowdhury took part in a Muslim study group in Calgary, Alberta. Another member, Salman Ashrafi, became a suicide bomber, killing 46 in Iraq. No prosecutions for hate speech or incitement to violence emerged from this Muslim study group.

The same week of charges against Kevin Johnston, the College of Nurses of Ontario revoked the nursing license of Elizabeth Wettlaufer. The disciplinary action came long after Wettlaufer had killed eight elderly nursing-home residents by overdosing them with insulin.

Wettlaufer is serving a life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years. She started killing in 2007 but Canadian authorities discovered nothing until the nurse admitted the murders in the fall of 2016.

The troublesome Kevin Johnston, by contrast, is being prosecuted because of things he said and videos he posted. Ezra Levant warns that the trend in Canada is to call any criticism of Sharia law a hate crime while, on the other hand, Muslims indoctrinate and indulge hatred with impunity.

Johnston’s prosecution follows Canada’s award of $10.5 million to Omar Khadr the Canadian-born al-Qaeda militant who killed an American soldier, Sgt. Christopher Speer, in a 2002 firefight in Afghanistan.

Khadr was captured and served some 10 years in Guantanamo before a deal allowed him to finish his sentence in Canada. In addition to the $10.5 million ($8 million in Canadian funds), the Canadian government issued an official apology to Khadr.

“On behalf of the government of Canada, we wish to apologize to Mr. Khadr for any role Canadian officials may have played in relation to his ordeal abroad and any resulting harm,” the apology states.

“We hope that this expression, and the negotiated settlement reached with the government, will assist him in his efforts to begin a new and hopeful chapter in his life with his fellow Canadians.”

Khadr, now living in Edmonton, enjoys skiing and “goes to movies with friends and delights in using his King’s University student card to get discount pizza.”

Kevin Johnston, meanwhile, remains defiant and has announced plans to run for mayor of Mississauga. The blogger next appears in court on September 8. Advocates of free speech and critics of Sharia law will want to stay tuned.

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Palestinians: Metal Detectors or Lie Detectors - Who Is Violating What?

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  • Bassam Tawil: Palestinians: Metal Detectors or Lie Detectors - Who Is Violating What?
  • Peter Huessy: Modernizing America's Nuclear Capabilities Is a Must

Palestinians: Metal Detectors or Lie Detectors - Who Is Violating What?

by Bassam Tawil  •  July 27, 2017 at 5:00 am
  • Crucially, and contrary to Palestinian claims, there has been no Israeli decision to ban Muslims from entering the Temple Mount. For the first time since 1967, the Palestinians are denying Muslim worshippers free access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
  • The Palestinians and the Islamic religious authorities are protesting against security measures that are intended to save the lives of Muslim worshippers and prevent the desecration of their holy sites by terrorists and rioters. They are protesting because Israel is trying to make it hard for them to murder Jews.
  • To clarify what is actually going on: it is not the security measures that really anger the Palestinians; for them, this crisis is not about a metal detector or a security camera. It is not the security measures that the Palestinians want dismantled. It is Israel that they want dismantled.
Palestinians near Jerusalem's Old City protest Israel's installation of metal detectors at entrances to the Temple Mount, on July 21, 2017. (Photo by Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images)
The metal detectors that were supposed to prevent Muslims from smuggling weapons into the Temple Mount compound, and which were removed by the Israeli authorities this week, have a more accurate name: "lie detectors." They have exposed Palestinian lies and the real reason behind Palestinian anger.
Israel apparently removed the metal detectors from the gates of the Temple Mount as part of a deal to end an unexpected crisis with Jordan over the killing of two Jordanian men by an Israeli embassy security officer in Amman. The security officer says he was acting in self-defense after being attacked by one of the Jordanians with a screwdriver.

Modernizing America's Nuclear Capabilities Is a Must

by Peter Huessy  •  July 27, 2017 at 4:00 am
  • In 1989, America had 1,000 nuclear missile silos, and a small number of additional bomber and submarine bases and submarines at sea, facing 13,500 Soviet warheads. Today, the U.S. has 450 such silos facing 1,750 Russian warheads. That is a switch from a ratio of 13 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo, to a ratio of 4 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo. Getting rid of Minuteman ICBMs would reverse that progress and make the ratio even worse, with 175 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo. How is that an improvement?
  • The U.S. "cannot afford to delay modernization initiatives" while the "American people and our allies are counting on congressional action to fund our nuclear enterprise modernization efforts." — General Robin Rand, the commander of the Air Force Global Strike Command.
  • America's ability to defend itself is at stake.
A Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile in its silo in Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, circa 1980. (Image source: U.S. Department of Defense)
In April 2017, the Pentagon launched the U.S. Defense Department's legislatively mandated quadrennial Nuclear Posture Review to determine American policy, strategy and capabilities. The process now underway involves testimony from experts arguing over how the estimated $27 billion spent annually (growing over the next decade by an additional $10 billion a year) on America's nuclear arsenal should be allocated.
One claim, made by a number of experts, is that investing in the effort to upgrade America's exiting nuclear arsenal -- the land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) -- would be destabilizing and wasteful. They are, it is claimed, highly vulnerable to enemy attack and therefore do not provide deterrence. Among the 40 House members who suggest killing the land-based missiles is the ranking Democratic member of the House Armed Services Committee.
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Huffington Post has published numerous articles that promote Islamist propaganda.  Huffington Post articles have defended the Muslim Brotherhood, fundraised for the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), blamed Christian Islamophobia for worldwide conflict with Muslims, promoted an anti-Semitic blog, encouraged Islamist demagoguery, and promoted other Islamist propaganda.  Additionally, the Huffington Post has former Al Jazeera journalists writing articles and Huffington Post Arabic is led by hard line Islamists from Al Jazeera. The Huffington Post published an article written by Ben Piven on January 12, 2017 titled “Why Al Jazeera America Failed, And Why We Need It More Than Ever.”  The subtitle stated “America desperately needs something similar to pioneer this new era of uncertainty and misinformation.”  Ben Piven “was at Al Jazeera for over 5 years, including several years at AJAM in New York City and also in Doha at AJE during the height of the Arab Spring.”

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The following articles are examples of some of the Huffington Post's recent Islamist propaganda

•     Huffington Post published an article on June 24, 2017 titled Most Of America’s Terrorists Are White, And Not Muslim.  The subheading stated "Right-wing terror is real, and it’s a problem."  The title speaks for itself as fake utter nonsense.

•    Huffington Post published an article on June 25, 2017 titled Another Violent Ramadan.  This article, which appears to focus on quelling people’s criticism of Islam, biasedly profiled a handful of incidents (many of them alleged incidents) that victimized Muslims.  The article quoted reports by the Council on American Islamic Relations.  HOWEVER, the article failed to report the overwhelming VIOLENCE that the people of Islam committed during Ramadan.  During Ramadan 2017 there were 161 Muslim terror attacks that killed 1,483 people and wounded 1,557 others.

•    The Huffington Post published an article on April 20, 2017 which targeted a Catholic school teacher for sharing historic facts with students.  The Huffington Post has started a project called “Documenting Hate” which put pressure on a Catholic Diocese to terminate well liked teacher Mark Smythe for sharing factual Catholic teaching with students that was critical of Muhammad.   In the case of the Huffington Post’s hit piece on Mark Smythe, the person who filed the complaint directly with the Huffington Post was not directly involved in the school.  The Huffington Post article states “A concerned mother with a child in Smythe’s class gave copies of the reading assignment to a friend, who then sent the copies to The Huffington Post through the Documenting Hate project.”  The Huffington Post writes regarding their “Documenting Hate” project “America does not do a good job of tracking incidents of hate and bias. We need your help to create a database of such incidents, so we all know what’s going on.”  This project is certainly being used to push the Islamophobia false narrative.

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Is Turkey Becoming Another Iran?



Is Turkey Becoming Another Iran?

by Uzay Bulut
The Gatestone Institute
July 20, 2017
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Students of an Imam Hatip high school in Ankara, Turkey.
Turkey has recently been in the news for various developments that include, among other matters, its record number of jailed journalists, the destruction of Kurdish towns and forced displacement of thousands of Kurds, the dismissal or suspension of thousands of government employees for political reasons, the arrest of thousands of citizens for allegedly "organizing" last year's failed coup, the creeping conversion of the Hagia Sophia Basilica-museum into a mosque, and the seizure of Assyrian Christian lands, churches and cemeteries by the government.
One additional trend begging the media's attention is the determined Islamization of the Turkish educational system. Here is a short list of some of the latest developments in Turkish schools and their curricula:
 
Turkey to stop teaching evolution in secondary schools as part of new national curriculum
Evolution will no longer be taught in Turkish secondary schools after being described as a "controversial subject" by the government. The head of the education ministry's curriculum board, Alpaslan DurmuĊŸ, said a section on Darwinism would be cut from biology classes from 2019.
"We have excluded controversial subjects for students at an age unable yet to understand the issues' scientific background," he told a seminar in Ankara, according to Hurriyet Daily News.
 
"Jihad" in compulsory school curricula
So the question naturally arises what exactly will Turkish schoolchildren be taught instead. The answer is "jihad."

Minister of National education Ismet Yilmaz unveiled new "jihad" curricula in January.
Turkey is in the process of including the concept of jihad in compulsory school curricula. According to a statement issued in January by the Turkish Ministry of National Education, Turkish textbooks will be teaching "jihad" as a "value" in classes at Imam Hatip middle schools (schools that offer an Islamic curriculum to pupils).
At a press conference, Ismet Yilmaz, the minister of national education, explained the details of the new curricula to the press. According to the newspaper Cumhuriyet, jihad will be taught in seventh grade while pupils study the fundamentals of "tawhid" (oneness of God) and wahdat (Islamic unity) civilization."
In eighth grade, jihad will also be taught under the title "Struggling on the Path to Allah: Jihad" under the chapter called "Worshipping Allah."
1.5 million Imam Hatip students across Turkey
Enrollment in Imam Hatip schools has surged from 60,000 to 1,500,000 since the AKP came to power in 2002.
Under Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party (AKP), the number of Imam Hatip schools has ballooned from 500 to 3,500, with enrollment surging from 60,000 to 1,500,000 since the AKP first came to power in 2002.
The first Imam Hatip schools in Turkey were opened in 1924 during the rule of the Republic's first president, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, as vocational schools to train government-employed imams and Islamic scholars.
"All schools shall have masjids (mosques)"
The Ministry of National Education has also declared that for schools and other educational centers to be opened in Turkey, they have to have a washroom where people can perform ablution before reciting their prayers [salah] five times a day, as well as two masjids [mosques] -- one for males and the other for females.
More Islamic classes, less art and philosophy
The Ministry of National Education has also increased class hours for the mandatory course in "religion, culture and morality" and decreased art and philosophy classes to one hour per week. The Ministry also repealed the "Regulations on Fine Arts Education," which were enacted in 2008 "to give primary and secondary school students with special talents the necessary education to prepare them for the fine arts schools."
Secularism, positivism "problems of faith"
The new curricula prepared by the Ministry of National Education to be studied at Turkish schools also describe "secularism, positivism, deism, agnosticism, atheism, nihilism, Satanism, reincarnation and false prophethood" as "problems of faith."
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Turkey seems to be evolving into a Sunni, perhaps more dangerous, version of Iran's Islamic Republic.
With more Islamization of the Turkish educational system will come the segregation of women and men and the deterioration of women's rights; more pressure and hostility to non-Muslim communities; more violent anti-Semitism; more anti-Western and anti-Israel bigotry, as well as more sympathy with, and even active participation in, jihad. These developments will automatically create less stability and less safety both in Turkey and throughout the Middle East as well as Europe.
Given the political developments in Turkey for more than a decade, the country seems to be fast-forwarding to be the second -- and possibly even a more dangerous version of -- the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Uzay Bulut, a Turkish journalist and political analyst, is a fellow at the Middle East Forum.