Earlier this month, Stephen Harper’s minister of public safety, Steven Blaney, an Israel Firster, suspended Hussein Hamdani, a so-called “moderate” Muslim writer and lawyer from the so-called Cross-Cultural Roundtable on National Security.
Last week, Steven Blaney said he takes a “zero tolerance” approach to any talk of boycotting or sanctioning Israel. What this conceivably mean? The government permits Canadians to call for sanctions against Iran, Russia, Syria, Hizbullah but not the Zionist entity.
French TVA network claimed that Hamdani’s suspension was politically motivated based on student Hamdani’s ties with Muslim Students’ Association (MSA). The MSA exist at various Campuses in Canada and United States. Pro-Israel lobby groups consider MSA a breeding ground for anti-Israel sentiments among the young Muslims.
Blaney admitted to press that he was not aware of Hamdani’s, whose work he praised only last month, political activities in the past until he was informed by his Jew advisors.
“I tell you frankly, I was unaware of his political activity,” CBC quoted Blaney saying.
I bet Blaney must have read FBI Report, which claims that radical Jews (7%) were more involved in anti-US terrorism than radical Muslims (6%). The rest were carried out by Christians and atheists.
Hamdani claims that his suspension was result of his support for the Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau.
Personally, I think Hamdani was victimized for his 2009 criticism of Harper government over latter’s refusal to help Canadian child prisoner Omar Khadr, who spent 13 years in American jails for a crime he never committed.
However, Hamdani’s suspension opened new doors for his so-called “expertise on de-radicalizing” Muslim youth. He has been invited by the US Home Security Department (DHS), another Jewish racket, coming conference on Radicalization and Violent Extremism: Lessons from Canada, the U.K. and the US. Interestingly, all three countries are ruled by pro-Israel politicians.
Zionist Jewish oligarchs spends tens of millions of dollars each year to bring Israel lobby groups and Islamophobes together. Haim Saban, Sheldon Adelson and George Soro are just icing on the cake. Readers must not ignore billionaire Nina Rosenwald owner of Sears for her good work in this field.