Islamic supremacist imams are being discovered all over Canada: there is Ayman Elkasrawy, who prayed that Allah would kill all the Jews and got a stout defense from the Toronto Star, only to pray yet again for the deaths of non-Muslims; and Syed Mohammad Zaki Baqri, who called for the elimination of Israelis and Jews; and Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr, who preached: “O Muslim, O servant of Allah, O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.”
No doubt there are many others, because this is all standard Islamic teaching. As the teachings of these clerics, one by one, become public, Canada (and the West in general) faces a hard choice: when Islamic teaching conflicts with basic principles of human rights, and/or with the values and mores of the nation, which must give way? The answer to that question has yet to be determined.
“Vancouver imam condemns Halloween, Remembrance Day as ‘reprehensible,'” by Christopher Wilson, Rebel Media, November 7, 2017:
Vancouver Imam Younas [sic] Kathrada has made headlines for all the wrong reasons and a troubling October 30th post on his personal Facebook page is just the latest example.
Responding to an invitation for a Halloween related gathering at Victoria’s Masjid al-Iman mosque, Kathrada described Canadian holidays and traditions, from Halloween to Remembrance Day, to Thanksgiving and Christmas as “reprehensible” and “based on falsehood”.
Is this the kind of multiculturalism we want, or an example of tolerance in this country?
One can only hope not, yet, digging into this Imam’s past, we find all too familiar stories.
Watch as I share some of that history with you and provide samples of anti-semitic remarks that led to a police investigation for a hate crime and drew condemnation from other Muslim leaders….