His ear always to the ground as far as the goings on of hateful Khomeinist organizations, blogger Blazing Cat Fur has discovered that CASMO is holding its annual al Quds day diner and Israel-bashing seminar on city property this Friday night. Al Quds Day is the annual event invented by Iran's sadistic despot, the Ayatollah Khomeini, to rally support for Muslims to destroy the Jewish state. CASMO gained national notoriety after it posted videos of the racist former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke on its website in which he espoused anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Last year, despite herculean efforts by Councillors Doug Ford, James Pasternak and Mayor Ford to convince the City bureaucrats to prevent it, the night of felafels and jihadism went forward. That happened because the decision to allow it was made by Uzma Shakir, the City's Manager of the Office of Equity, Diversity and Human Rights.
But since then, a lot of information about Ms Shakir has emerged that suggests she has a very serious conflict of interest when it comes to decisions regarding anything involving Israel and its local supporters or enemies.
Ms Shakir has gone so far as to have written, at the virulently anti-Israel website rabble.ca, that Canadian Muslims do not owe loyalty to Canada because of the Canadian government's stance on the Israel Palestine issue.
“when we adopt a partisan policy stance towards conflicts that are unresolved like Palestine and Israel when both Arabs/Muslims and Jews are Canadian citizens and deserve our 'equal' consideration, it is hard to be grateful or indeed hopeful. No! Immigrants do not owe their loyalty to Canada unquestioningly -- Canada needs to earn that loyalty..."
The Khomeinists of CASMO have a right to their vitriol and fanaticism. But the question is, do they have a right to hold it on civic property rather than renting some private beer cellar or other such natural environment for Jew hatred?
The Mayor's office and a number of City Councillors are expected to speak out on this and we shall see what ensues.