The Ontario legislature unanimously passed an anti-Islamophobia motion Thursday afternoon, a marked difference from the heated debate happening among Conservatives over a similar motion at the federal level.
“Seems to me ‘arrested for his own safety’ is double-speak for ‘you can’t criticize Islam or you’ll be arrested’.
In other words, Canada is bowing to Sharia blasphemy laws.” ~ Bill Warner, PhD
Full Story: JihadWatch.org.
Foster mother tells of horror when she discovered ’12-year-old Afghan refugee orphan’ she cared for was a 21-year-old jihadi
- The boy, Jamal, was identified as being far older following dental checks
- His carer, Rosie, had been suspicious of his facial hair and gun proficiency
- The refugee was found with Taliban and child abuse material on his phone
- He since been arrested for assault and has been denied asylum
Full story: themuslimissue.wordpress.com
Which is it? Fear or Phobia? Bill Warner explains the difference . . .
I have been called an Islamophobe. Now, what does that mean? A phobia is an irrational fear, but what is the Islam I am phobic about? Islam is the doctrine found in the Koran and the Sunna of Mohammed.
What am I afraid of in the Koran? Certainly not anything found in the early Koran of Mecca, since all it says is that I am going to hell, since I am a Kafir. But in Medina the Koran tells me about “fighting in Allah’s cause”, killing Kafirs in jihad. As a Kafir, should I be afraid of jihad? Or is that a phobia?
The Koran says that Allah will terrorize Kafirs. So am I phobic to fear terror? The Koran says that as a Kafir I can be beheaded. I see pictures of Kafirs being beheaded around the world. Should I be afraid or is it phobic to fear beheading?
Reading the Sunna of Mohammed, I find he ordered his critics to be assassinated. Is it phobic to fear assassination?
The Koran says that I can be crucified. Should I fear crucifixion? Or is that phobic?
Mohammed killed each and every person who opposed him. I oppose Islam, which includes the Sunna of Mohammed, should I be afraid or is that phobic? I am afraid of violence from Islam. Am I reasonable or am I phobic? What about you?
This insanity must end, quickly! -Ed.
TORONTO — October will now officially be recognized as Islamic Heritage Month in Ontario after the legislature unanimously passed an act Thursday.
It began as an NDP private members’ bill, and party leader Andrea Horwath says it’s an opportunity to celebrate and learn about the history of Islamic culture.
Horwath says she also hopes it’s also a step toward eliminating Islamophobia, noting that in her city of Hamilton, a fire was set at a mosque recently.
Canadian Islamic History Month has been officially recognized federally since 2007.
Fareen Khan, with the International Development and Relief Organization, joined Horwath at the legislature and says it’s important to profile and highlight the positive contributions of Muslims.
The news comes as Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the current and fifth caliph and leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, is slated to be in Toronto on Friday for a three-day Islamic convention.