Business Insider 28 August 2014By Ben Winsor
In the aftermath of the sadistic murder of American journalist James Foley by a suspected London-born ISIS recruit, increasing attention is being paid to the radicalization of
Shariah Finance Watch 27 August 2014
In February 2014, the Kuwaiti KUNA press agency announced that a Montreal high school administered by Samer Al-Majthoub (aka Samer Majzoub) received an amount equivalent to $US
The Globe and Mail 25 August 2014By Michel Coulombe
Earlier this summer, the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a chilling recruitment video calling on young people in the West to leave their
FrontPage Magazine 1 July 2014By Robert Spencer
The denial of the reality of jihad is thicker than ever, even as jihadis advance around the world. And it endangers us all.
CBC News 30 June 2014
A former University of Calgary professor says he warned the school's administration years ago about the potential radicalization of some Muslim students, but nothing was
Internatioanl Business Times 27 June 2014By Sounak Mukhopadhyay
Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy who works for Al Jazeera English was sentenced to 7-year imprisonment in Egypt, and the ruling has enraged the international community.
Ottawa Citizen 11 June 2014By Chris Cobb
Accused terrorist conspirator Misbahuddin Ahmed told his trial Tuesday that his intemperate references to Canada’s spy agency, secretly recorded while he was being spied on,
CBC News 9 June 2014
An alarming number of radicalized Canadians are joining foreign jihadi groups abroad, prompting calls for intervention as other Western nations boost efforts to stop their
Huffington Post 27 May 2014By Jim Bronskill
A national Muslim council is proceeding with a lawsuit against Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his chief spokesman for allegedly linking the organization to a terrorist group.
National Post 27 May 2014By Jennifer Hough
A Canadian citizen who travelled to Pakistan’s Punjab region to train local doctors at a heart clinic was gunned down in front of his wife and child after morning prayers on Monday.
Ottawa Citizen 24 May 2014By Chris Cobb
Osama bin Laden, angst over Allah’s apparent liking for vinegar and a how-to bomb making video were all part of the mix on Tuesday at the continuing terrorist conspiracy trial,
AINA (press release) 20 April 2014By Stewart Bell
The most extreme armed faction in Syria has threatened to "destroy" Canada, as Western governments are struggling to deal with radicalized citizens infatuated with Al-Qaeda
Detroit News 15 April 2014By Louis Aguilar
Livonia — About 800 people came out Sunday to support the Michigan chapter of America's largest Muslim civil liberties organization, where both the progress and the challenges of the
Blazing Cat Fur 14 April 2014
This is a TDSB human rights related document, available only to TDSB staff online. Note this entry; "Derision of followers of Islam (Muslims) because of any aspect of their traditions beliefs
Answering Muslims 14 April 2014
Western nations are far more tolerant than Muslim nations, which is why it's so odd to hear Muslim groups like CAIR and ISNA constantly complain about bigotry and Islamophobia in America
Gates Of Vienna 14 April 2014By Baron Bodissey
If you happen to be in Canada, and you say something in public that hurts the feelings of Muslims, you may well be sentenced to nine months in jail.
Daily Mail 14 April 2014
A Canadian college student recently conducted a social experiment to see if people treated her differently if she wore a hijab - a traditional Muslim veil that covers a woman's head and chest
National Post 7 April 2014By Stewart Bell
The letter he left for his family said he couldn’t live in Germany any more. He was incensed that police, alarmed by his deepening zeal, had raided his home and seized his phones
Global News 7 April 2014
A 74-year-old Canadian nun working as a missionary in Cameroon was among a group of missionaries abducted by two armed groups in the western African country, Montreal’s
Yahoo News 1 April 2014By Andy Radia
The head of the Muslim Council of Montreal is concerned about what he calls the "discriminatory" comments of some Parti Quebecois candidates in this election campaign