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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Canadian Islamic charity supported by Justin Trudeau added to list of terrorist entities

A Mississauga charity that has worked in the Palestinian territories has been added to the federal government’s list of terrorist entities.
On Tuesday, the government said it had reasonable grounds to believe that the International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy Canada (IRFAN-Canada) has “knowingly carried out, attempted to carry out, participated in or facilitated a terrorist activity or is knowingly acting on behalf of, at the direction of or in association with such an entity.”

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau ignored pleas from Muslim reformers like Tarek Fatah and Jewish organizations warning him about their support for terrorism and was the headline speaker at an IRFAN Canada sponsored conference that was suddenly and mysteriously switched to being sponsored by CAIR-CAN (now known as the National Canadian Council of Muslims).  Although Trudeau had agreed to speak at the conference while it was under the sponsorship of IRFAN.

However Marc Garneau, who may lead the Liberal Party after Justin Trudeau falls flat on his face in the next election, had the wisdom to have nothing to do with that conference.

The NCCM's previous incarnation CAIR-Can shared one of its Board members with the terror-funding IRFAN.The NCCM has issued a libel notice to the Prime Minister of Canada's Office and the Prime Minister's spokesman Jason MacDonald for saying the group had  "documented ties to a terrorist organization such as Hamas." Those ties look even more conclusive now.

Haven't heard much about that law suit lately, have we?

UPDATE: RCMP raids Muslim relief group’s offices as Canada declares it a terrorist organization

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