Toronto Submits to Islam and Chooses Sharia Over Freedom of Speech

Ironically, Canadian police had no similar complaint against Tariq Ramadan, who was allowed to speak at the University of Toronto just two months earlier than the scheduled talk by Geller. Ramadan has been described by Fatah as “a man committed to the goals of worldwide Islamic jihad, as laid out by his mentor Sheikh Qaradawi, and his father, the ‘Trotsky’ of world Islamism, Said Ramadan.”

Ramadan’s grandfather, Hasan Al-Banna, was the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

In 2004, the United States revoked Ramadan’s visa citing the “ideological exclusion provision” of the USA Patriot Act. Later, the U.S. formally denied Ramadan’s visa based solely on his actions, which included providing material support to a terrorist organization. (In 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton facilitated a visa for Ramadan and he was allowed to enter the U.S.)

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Toronto Police Block Pamela Geller but Allow Terrorists to Speak Freely.

by Meira Svirsky

In an unprecedented move clamping down on free speech, Toronto police have threatened a rabbi that if he allows a speech to be given in his synagogue by a well-known anti-Islamist activist, he will lose his job as a chaplain with the force.

Inspector Ricky Veerappan, who is (ironically) from the police force’s “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Bureau” confirmed that he and other officers from the hate crime division met with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan of the Chabad Flamingo Synagogue in the Toronto suburb of Thornhill. Kaplan had rented out space in his synagogue as a venue for a speech to be given by Pamela Geller.

The Toronto Sun quotes Veerappan as saying that the speech, scheduled for May 13, “would not be endorsed by York Regional Police.” Futhermore, Veerapan said that he told Kaplan, “If he did…

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  • muse1876  On May 3, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    When will this stop? When will the citizens fight for their culture?

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