Canada

Ottawa imam receives new visa - Original application for extension was denied

Ottawa Citizen 8 April 2010
By Tony Spears

Ottawa's main mosque will not kicked out of Canada after intervention from Conservative and NDP MPs. Khaled Abdul-Hamid Syed received a new visa on Wednesday, slightly less than a month after a

 

Veiled Muslim women are a tool of Islamists

Ottawa Citizen 1 April 2010

The Citizen's editorial trivializes and neglects the politics of the niqab issue, which demands an honest discussion by the Canadians to build goodwill in the society. Having "Islamicized" the

 

Ottawa imam ordered out of Canada

Vancouver Sun 30 March 2010
By Jennifer Green

OTTAWA — The imam of Ottawa’s main mosque has been told to leave the country before Canadian immigration authorities kick him out. A March 11 letter from the Niagara Falls office of Citizenship

 

Ann Coulter "Oh, Canada!"

St. Augustine Record 29 March 2010
By Ann Coulter

Since arriving in Canada I've been accused of thought crimes, threatened with criminal prosecution for speeches I hadn't yet given, and denounced on the floor of the Parliament (which was nice because that one was on my "bucket list").

Posters advertising my speech have been officially banned, while posters denouncing me are plastered all over the University of Ottawa campus. Elected officials have been prohibited from attending my speeches. Also, the local clothing stores are fresh out of brown shirts.

 

Canada Defunds a Terror-Supporting U.N. "Agency”

FrontPage Magazine 29 March 2010
By Jamie Glazov

Frontpge Interview’s guest today is Asaf Romirowsky, a Senior Fellow at the Endowment for Middle East Truth and an associate fellow at the Middle East Forum.

FP: Asaf Romirowsky, welcome to Frontpage Interview. Canada has become the first country to defund from UNRWA. It is the first Western government to do so. Tell us about UNRWA and this Canadian move.

 

Quebec passes law regarding Muslim veil

BusinessWeek  25 March 2010

The province of Quebec passed landmark legislation Wednesday that stipulates Muslim women will need to uncover their faces when dealing with Quebec government services. The bill says people

 

Ottawa Radio Program interviews the organizer of the anti-coulter protest

International Free Press Society 25 March 2010
H/T Vlad Tepes

Mark did a really good show and asked the important questions on the protests that stopped the speech by Ann Coulter in Ottawa.

Mark Sutcliffe Ann Coulter show from Vlad Tepes on Vimeo.

You do not need to watch, as this is radio. This was broadcast on 580 CFRA Ottawa Canada on March 2 2010

 

Ann Coulter: The noise that freedom makes

Metronews.ca 24 March 2010
By Paul Sullivan

Who is that blond lady and why is everyone so afraid of her? I’m talking about Ann Coulter, the right-wing designer pundit from the U.S. currently cutting a swath through Ontario and heading for

 

Ann Coulter at the Micael Coren Show

kitmantv 24 March 2010

Ann Coulter makes some excellent points on the Coren Show, concerning the recent scandal regarding her invitation to speak at Ottawa University. As it turns out leftist thugs managed to silence her. Sad to see Canada continuing down the path of democratic disintegration. -

Once again conservatives are being persecuted harassed and threatened. People like Coulter who still express the Christian values upon which Canada was founded, is not allowed to make her points.

 

Ann Coulter, vandalized to cancelation

University of Ottawa Disgraces Itself in Eyes of the World – Ann Coulter Cancelled by Vandals Ottawa Sun – Security concerns cancel Ann Coulter’s University of Ottawa talk – vandalism by our coddled barbarians

 

Coulter's Ottawa speech cancelled

CBC.ca 24 March 2010

American right-winger Ann Coulter's speech at the University of Ottawa was cancelled Tuesday night due to security concerns after thousands protested outside the venue. A spokesman for the group

 

Watch your mouth, Ann Coulter warned for Canadian tour

The Canadian Star 23 March 2010

Even before she opened her mouth for the first of three speeches this week on Canadian soil, American right-wing antagonist Ann Coulter had already scored a victory of sorts.

 

Canada, U.S. mourn Grand Imam who took on Osama

Vancouverite  15 March 2010
By Karen Mullins

CAIRO – One of the most influential clerics in the Islamic world – the Grand Imam Mohamed Sayyid Tantawi – who took on the 9/11 attackers and described them as cowards, has passed away. Canada and

 

Immigration: 'Child bride' loophole can't be closed

Toronto SUN 15 March 2010
By TOM GODFREY

Federal immigration officials say there’s little they can do to stop "child brides” from being sponsored into Canada by much older husbands who wed them in arranged marriages abroad. Top

 

Canada adds al-Shabab to its terrorist list

Globe and Mail 8 March 2010

Ottawa has opened a new front in its global conflict with Islamic extremism by joining the attack on al-Shabab, an al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group in East Africa that draws young recruits and support

 

Muslims Won’t Play Together

New York Times 28 February 2010

WE may scoff at the idea that the Olympic Games have anything to do with the “endeavor to place sport at the service of humanity and thereby to promote peace,” as the Olympic charter enshrines as its ideal. But at least nations across the world were able to put aside differences for two weeks of friendly competition in Vancouver.

 

Airport safety has hefty price tag

The Vancouver Sun 27 February 2010
By Meagan Fitzpatrick

The Conservative government plans to hike the security fees paid by airline passengers to fund millions of dollars worth of added security measures at airports. Transport Minister John Baird

 

Quebec man found guilty on terrorism charges

Vancouver Sun 17 February 2010
By Sue Montgomery

MONTREAL – Said Namouh has been found guilty of four terrorism-related charges. The 34-year-old allegedly planned to detonate an explosive in a public place.

 

Canadian Muslims mock 9/11, call Obama 'Mr Black Man'

Examiner.com 17 February 2010
By Kathy Shaidle

On Sunday, this meeting of 300 people took place not far from my home, as reported by Joseph Brean of the National Post: "Western media have a 'spiteful policy' toward Iran of inventing

 

Quebec court hands Namouh life sentence for al Qaida-linked bomb plot

AFP 17 February 2010

MONTREAL - A rural Quebec man was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for his role in an overseas terror plot hatched by an al-Qaida affiliated group. Said Namouh was found guilty last October

 
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