Canada is beyond going down a slippery slope. It has been pushing the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s vision of “Islamophobia,” which is directly opposed the freedom of speech. Canada has also awarded notorious jihadist Omar Khadr 10.5 million dollars along with an apology for being interrogated as a “child soldier” in Guantanamo, after he murdered an American medic and blinded another American soldier. Canada is now engaging with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in sending a Muslim MP, Omar Alghabra, on its behalf to the 44th session of the OIC’s Council of Foreign Ministers. This is reason for grave concern.
Ten years ago, as Omar Alghabra and his supporters celebrated his election victory in Mississauga-Erindale, someone on the noisy stage uttered the phrase, “This is a victory for Islam! Islam won! Islam won!… Islamic power is extending into Canadian politics.
It is recorded that “in 2002, Mr Alghabra stated that he did not believe that HAMAS (Muslim Brotherhood proxy group) or Islamic Jihad were terrorist groups.” Also, “when Ontario declined to permit the use of sharia law in Ontario, Alghabra said he was disappointed.”
Note below the ironic claim of the OIC to offer Canada a distinct opportunity to raise and advance our core values, including human rights, freedom, democratic governance and the rule of law.
“Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra to attend meeting of Council of Foreign Ministers of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation”, Foreign Affairs Publisher, July 10, 2017:
Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Consular Affairs), announced today that he will visit Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, from July 10 to 11, 2017, to attend the 44th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The council’s central theme this year is Youth, Peace and Development in a World of Solidarity.
During his visit, Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra will have the opportunity to meet with OIC member states…..
The OIC council meetings will offer Canada a distinct opportunity to raise and advance our core values, including human rights, freedom, democratic governance and the rule of law.