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Muslim Brotherhood infiltrates Canada with lawfare — and RCMP approval

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Posted on September 6 2010 2:00 pm
Kathy Shaidle blogs at FiveFeetOfFury, now entering its 11th year online. Her latest book is Acoustic Ladylandkathy shaidle, which Mark Steyn calls "a must-read."

Stop me if you’ve heard this one…

On their websites, Canada’s highest profile Muslim groups boast about their affinities with the sinister Muslim Brotherhood — then deny it up and down when confronted.

They also suddenly start bragging about all their charitable deeds in the community.

Yeah, well: Al Capone started the first soup kitchen, too.

Exhibit A:

A plan by the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) to build an Islamic school in Edmonton has revealed the startling, and openly-admitted link between MAC and the anti-Semitic, jihadist movement known as the Muslim Brotherhood, as outlined in this highly detailed, comprehensively referenced article by Etienne Harvey and Marc Lebuis of Point de Bascule.

Such a charming story, that one. When local residents objected to the school, MAC threatened to sue them for (you guessed it) “Islamophobia.”

Exhibit B:

Canada’s once-renowned Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) force has been plagued by scandals, and this latest little revelation won’t help.

My blogger-husband “BlazingCatFur” wonders why the RCMP gave their stamp of approval to the group Young Muslims Canada.

At their website, YoungMuslims.ca, they boast of having graduated from the Mountie’s “Citizen’s Academy.” Which is all well and good except that a brief review of the rest of their website unearths some troubling stuff.

For instance, the YoungMuslims.ca library showcases the essay “All Muslims Must Make Jihad”, by Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The webmaster of YoungMuslims.ca is listed as Morshed Abul Ala. His Facebook page lists “SHIBIR” as one of his “likes.”

Clicking on “SHIBIR” takes you to the Facebook page of ChhatraShibir, the “student wing of the JAmaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, which came into existence in 1941. A significant aim of the outfit is to establish an Afghanistan-Taliban type Islamist regime in Bangladesh. Consequently, the outfit is opposed to forces of modernization, secularism and democracy.”

Alas, the Mounties are probably too busy tasering confused visitors from Poland to investigate who they’re handing out awards to.

It’s all being done in the name of “bridge building,” you understand…

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