Never Again Canada, a Toronto-based group fighting antisemitism and hate speech in Canada, has launched the “TRUE Islam” campaign.
A non-Muslim female activist wearing the Islamic traditional niqab, a grab covering the entire body with only a narrow opening for the eyes, stood on Sunday September 4, 2016 at the northern side of Dundas Square and distributed flyers to passerby, encouraging them to dispel misinformation about Islam by visiting the site: http://islamicbooklets.ca
The link leads to a booklet (click HERE) containing excerpts from Islamic literature distributed for free by Muslim activists at the portable Islamic booth located at Dundas Square.
Never Again Canada stated that the “True Islam” campaign is a response to the anti-“Islamophobia” guide for teachers and educators recently issued by the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) in collaboration with the Islamic Social Services Association (ISSA) and the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM). For more information click HERE.
Islamic literature in Toronto deals with wife beating, stoning, crucifixion, amputation
Muslim Dawah (outreach, “call to Islam”) activists at Toronto’s Dundas Square distributed during recent years a variety of Islamic literature.
The following are the highlights of some of Islamic books/booklets which were obtained by CIJnews:
Homosexuality is a major sin
- ‘Liberated’ Western women… are trapped in a form of slavery
Polygamy is permitted in certain conditions
Wife must obey the “commands” of her husband
Wife beating is permissible in certain conditions (“Submissive or subdued women… may even enjoy being beaten”)
Muslims have a duty to spread the message of Islam in society
- Prayers to Allah to give Muslims victory over the disbelievers
- Non-Muslims of an Islamic State have to pay the jizya (poll-tax) tax
Punishment of flogging for public intoxication and traffickers
Punishment of stoning to death for married adulterers
- Punishments of amputation (hand and leg), crucifixion and execution in serious crimes
Punishment of cutting off the hand for the thief
- Punishment of execution for apostates
- Possession of slaves is permissible in certain conditions.