Conservatism Continues It’s Push Worldwide


As Canada faces a newly elected parliament, one that has for the most part not changed since the last election, with the Liberals once again holding a minority government, the push for Conservatism was strongly felt.

The Peoples Party of Canada, with their second election now under their belt, tripled their support, going from 1.9% to 5.1% in the popular vote. This is remarkable for a party that was formed a mere four years ago. Although the PPC did not take any seats, their conservatively responsible platform resonated with many Canadians. In the 2019 election, the PPC was an afterthought for many, if they thought about them at all. The media did not report on them, the populace ignored them for the most part. This election, they caused waves, and as their supporters frequently posted, a ‘Purple Wave’.

The PPC was formed during the popular Trump administration, and indeed, the leader, Maxime Bernier was frequently compared to President Trump with his definitive right wing policies.

With the defeat of the Trump administration in 2020, the PPC continued to operate under the radar for a year, and when the election was called for 2021, they had an excellent campaign platform to use. Freedom from Covid tyranny. It must be said that the PPC is neither anti-vaccination, nor is it anti-mask, but rather, it is pro freedom, and this is what they campaigned on, gaining an inordinate amount of support in the process.

Like the Trump administration, the PPC is conservative in most of it’s platform, a platform that has stayed the same since it’s inception. Their policy on immigration and refugees line up with our mandate, as do many of it’s other policies. Freedom, Fairness, Responsibility and Respect resonate strongly with PC supporters.

The push for true conservatism has been seen not only in Canada and the United States, but also in European countries.

Many of the Eastern Block nations have stood firm in their Judeo-Christian tradition, and are mocked and derided by progessives, yet they have stood firm.

Today, a meeting was held in Hungary, the Budapest Demographic Summit. which will be attended by many conservative thinkers, including French commentator and debater Eric Zemmour, who said of Hungarian President Victor Orban: “I admire his resistance to the times”.

According to Wikipedia, Éric Justin Léon Zemmour is a French far-right polemicist, essayist, political journalist and writer. A well-known public debate figure in France, he politically self-identifies between Gaullism and Bonapartism. A nationalist and traditionalist, he will be among many who share his political stance. Nationalists and Traditionalists are often pigeonholed as ‘far-right’.

Among the other guests of this summit, some political figures of weight in their country: the former vice-president of Donald Trump, Mike Pence , the Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša , the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and, potentially, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Traditional Judeo-Christian values continue to be fought for in the West, albeit by a smaller and smaller segment of the population. A remnant will remain.


Remembering 9/11 20 years later

Saturday we paid our respects to the lives lost on September 11, 2001, focusing on the Canadians who were killed. We also remembered the brave soldiers who lost their lives during the war with Afghanistan.

A small, intimate remembrance garden in north-east London was our choice of venue. The sky was a clear blue, very similar to this date in 2001. May the victims rest in peace and may we never forget.


We are here at Remembrance Gardens in London, a small garden to remember those who perished as they fought for our freedoms throughout the many wars that Canada has been involved in. Today we remember the Canadian victims of 9/11.

Last year, we laid a wreath in Downtown London at the cenotaph. We have chosen this venue this year out of sensitivity for the city of London because of the killing of a Muslim family this past June. Although we denounce this violence and loss of life, we continue to warn of radicalism within the Islamic community.

We have not rallied as Pegida Canada since last year at this time. Our world is preoccupied with Covid 19 and everything that goes with it, including loss of freedoms. This most certainly ties into our subject, as we also fight against tyranny from dangerous ideologies and governments.

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Islamist attack on the United States of America. This attack impacted so many more than Americans. It impacted the world, and changed the way people thought, worked and lived.

This year is particularly poignant as we witness the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban. Afghanistan was the country of refuge for the Mastermind behind 9/11, Osama bin Laden.  With this takeover of Afghanistan, experts are warning of the rise of Islamist groups being emboldened and becoming more active throughout the world.

We also remember the 158 Canadian soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan between 2001 and 2014. Many others came home injured or suffered psychological wounds from the war. According to the Canadian Armed Forces, 191 veterans have taken their own lives since 2011. We mourn for them and thank them for their service.

Although we continue to see attacks by individuals around the world, nothing on the scale of 9/11 has been witnessed in recent years. Having said that, each attack is one attack too many. Every psychological trauma connected with a terror attack is additional fallout.

Over the last 30 days, there were more than 92 Islamic attacks in 20 countries, in which 735 people were killed and 493 injured.

Since 9/11, there have been more than 39,000 Islamist terror attacks.

Islamism is by no means limited to terror attacks. Particularly concerning this past week was the statement by one of our MPs who called the Taliban her brothers. This has quickly moved out of the public eye, but it is very concerning indeed. We have been told countless times that terrorists do not represent Islam, yet one of our MPs calls the Taliban terrorists her brothers.  There has been no outcry from the mosques about the situation in Afghanistan, nor have imams condemned it. As a matter of fact, many have lauded this takeover.

Main Stream media have put out a steady stream of articles about Islamophobia through the last few weeks, something that is totally disrespectful to the thousands that lost their lives 20 years ago today because of this ideology.

As Canada prepares for an election and continues to grapple with Covid, Islamism is relegated to the back burner. But today, we remember. The world remembers.

Sept 11. 2001 will remain in our memories as a dark day in history. Nineteen men hijacked four fuel-loaded US commercial airplanes bound for west coast destinations. A total of 2,977 people were killed in New York City, Washington, DC and outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

The attack was orchestrated by the Islamist terror group al Qaeda.

Twenty six of those who perished as a result of the attacks that day were Canadians. Though we remember all of the victims, today we focus on the Canadians.

Here is a brief timeline of that day’s events concerning Canadian content.

8:38 a.m. – NORAD officials, including Canadians on duty, receive the first alert of a possible hijacked plane moving towards New York City: American Airlines Flight 11 from Boston to Los Angeles.

8:45 a.m. – The American Airlines jet, which had taken off 45 minutes earlier, crashes into the World Trade Center’s north tower after being reported as possibly hijacked 25 minutes earlier. One Canadian, a 70-year-old who became a U.S. citizen in 1962, is on board.

9:03 a.m. – United Airlines Flight 175, also hijacked after taking off in Boston, flies into the south tower. Saskatchewan native Garnet (Ace) Bailey, a former NHL player and scout, is on board.

9:21 a.m. – The Transport Canada Situation Centre in Ottawa begins activating for the emergency.

9:50 a.m. – Collapse of the World Trade Center’s south tower. Nine Canadians inside are reported killed.

10:03 a.m. – United Airlines Flight 93 whose co pilot was married to a Canadian, crashes in Pennsylvania after being hijacked.

10:28 a.m. – Collapse of the World Trade Center’s north tower. Thirteen Canadians inside are reported killed.

10:50 a.m. – Prime Minister Jean Chrétien releases a written statement: quote “There can be no cause or grievance that could ever justify such unspeakable violence. Indeed, such an attack is an assault not only on the targets but an offence against the freedom and rights of all civilized nations.

11:00-11:30 a.m. – Streets around Parliament Hill and the Supreme Court of Canada are blocked by police after reports of a suspicious package in an abandoned car near the East Block.

11:17 a.m. – All departures from Canadian airports are cancelled.

11:30 a.m. (approx) – The Canadian Forces take “executive control” of Canadian airspace, normally a wartime measure. Security is increased at military bases.


The repercussions of 9/11 continue to be felt to this day around the world.

The Canadian victims of 9/11 were Michael Arzynski, Garnet (Ace) Bailey, David Barkway, Ken Basnicki, Jane Beatty, Joseph Collison, Cynthia Connolly, Arron Dack, Frank Joseph Doyle, Christine Egan, Michael Egan, Albert Elmarry, Meredith Ewart, Peter Feidelberg, Alexander Filipov, Ralph Gerhardt, Stuart Lee, Mark Ludvigsen, Bernard Mascar-enhas, Colin McArthur, Michael Pelletier, Donald Robson, Ruffino (Roy) Santos, Vladimir Toma-sevic, Chantal (Chanti) Vincelli and Debbie Williams. We also remember LeRoy Homer. Mr Homer was the co-pilot of hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania. He was an American citizen, but his wife Melodie was from Hamilton, Ont.  

We will place the wreath, after which we will have moment of silence followed by our national anthem.

God keep our land glorious and free.





Attack in Berlin

There are a lot of Islamists in this world that are not true Muslims, according to academia and ‘knowledgeable’ people. We are told that Islam is peace. A lot of Muslims missed that memo. These include but are not limited to ISIS, Taliban, Hamas, al Qaeda and a host of other Terrorist groups.

Another attack in Berlin. Giving honour to Allah is right out of the Quran. Surah 8:12: [Remember] when your Lord inspired to the angels, “I am with you, so strengthen those who have believed. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieved, so strike [them] upon the necks and strike from them every fingertip.”

The above Quran verse translation is from Sahih International, a translation frequently given out in our universities by the Muslims Students Association and dawah booths.

Another Islamist attack apparently took place in Berlin last weekend. According to the Tagesspiegel, an Iraqi lashed out at a hotel in Charlottenburg on Saturday and injured an employee.

The perpetrator entered the hotel around noon and punched the employee, security sources said on Wednesday. The attacked employee fled to the reception. The Iraqi reportedly smashed the glass front door with an iron bar he tore from the floor. He shouted “I’m going to kill everyone” to the police officers who had been called. He then raised an index finger and shouted “Allah”. This is apparently the so-called “tauhid” gesture. With the index raised, Islamists, but also other Muslims, underline the oneness of God.

Police arrested the perpetrator on Tuesday. The Tiergarten District Court issued an arrest warrant for the 31-year-old on Wednesday, at the request of the prosecution. The grounds invoked are bodily harm, property damage and disturbing the peace by threatening to commit a crime. An Islamist motive is under investigation, security sources said.

A combination with a mental disorder was also possible, but the Iraqi’s examination revealed no indication of illness. The Terrorism Department of the Attorney General’s Office is investigating this case.


Der Tagesspiegel

Islamism Marches On

Taliban Culture Commission official Ahmadullah Wasiq says women will not be allowed to play cricket or any other sport under the new regime. He added “Islam does not allow women to play in sports where they are exposed. We fought so that Islam is respected”. 

Today in Afghanistan, tomorrow in places like France where Islamism is strong. In Canada, there have been honour killings for the refusal by young girls to wear hijab. There have been killings in honour of Allah against the infidel.

Imams praise terrorists. Mosques preach hate against the infidel. 

The anniversary of 9/11 is on Saturday. The media has been full of sympathy pieces for Muslims who are afraid because of Islamophobia. This is  a repulsive  thumbing of the nose at all the victims of not only 9/11, but of Islamist victims everywhere. 

The Struggle to Establish Liberal Democracy in Jordan

Reprinted with permission from Circanada. Mr Dabbas is also a contributor to our blog.

Jordanian Politician Marwan Muasher

Following is an interview with political activist and columnist Rami Dabbas. Mr Dabbas is a civil engineer by profession who writes for several media outlets, including Ciranada, Israel Today and Pegida Canada. He is a pro-Israel advocate, peace campaigner, and political activist speaking out against terrorism.

In this interview, we spoke about democracy in Jordan, and his attempts to begin a political party in this Muslim-dominate country. In Canada, and indeed throughout the world, many are struggling with the concept of tyranny by their governments because of Covid restriction. This has made the political system of democracy far more valuable in the minds of many.

Mr Dabbas has experienced tyranny in the Middle East, and thus he is passionate about the establishment of democracy in his country. 

CC: Rami Dabbas is a Jordanian political activist. In 2019, he and a group of Jordanians established a political party called the Jordanian Liberal Party. We asked him what are the party’s policies in the Jordanian and Arab arena? 

Mr Dabbas: Firstly, our policy stems from His Majesty King Abdullah II and we stand behind the wise Hashemite leadership. Secondly, our party’s economic policy calls for transforming Jordan into a free market society. Our party supports Jordan’s regional alliances with Saudi Arabia and the Emirates. We realize the importance of not severing the country’s relationship with the Arab world, as well as supporting strategic alliances with the West and the State of Israel through the Wadi Araba Treaty. In society, we call for freedoms for all. We also stand against the regimes that reject the liberalism of Jordan, such as Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood and organizations that support Iran and its ideology. We also call for the ban of these organizations in Jordan.

CC: What are the aspirations of the Jordanian liberal party in its relationship with the state of Israel and America, and is the Jordanian liberal party aware of and in agreement with the Canadian liberal party due to the similarity of names and liberal creed?

Mr Dabbas: First, we call for the strengthening of Jordan’s strategic alliances with the West and for closer normalization and cooperation with the State of Israel in all fields. Secondly, we do not have any problem with fundamental liberal concepts as they were initially laid out. We are open to the whole world except for those that threaten our existence.

CC: Can you tell us about yourself as a Jordanian political activist and a little about your work in Jordan?

Mr. Dabbas: In 2013 I joined an International Eurasian movement with local activists and the Syrian embassy in Amman and we opened a local branch in Jordan. Due to threats, we later shut down this project. While active, we organized demonstrations in cooperation with pro Bashar Assad nationalists and Communists.

In 2013, I thought Assad’s war against the Syrian people was a war against terrorism but I was wrong, Bashar only fought opposition Syrian rebels, not ISIS, while the West fought against ISIS .Bashar Assad is a sectarian who said in the media that he is the protector of Christians while in fact he did not protect minorities. When ISIS came to kill them, he saved some and let others be killed to claim that Sunni people are terrorists. He was playing both sides of the card.  

After I left the Eurasian movement, I started writing in newspapers, practiced Evangelism with foreign and local Christians, and also joined the normalization movement in Arab world in cooperation with local journalists and activists in 2017 . At that point, Eurasianism had no future in Arab world. I later joined TV media in Israel and other Christian channels to promote Peace with Israel with local Christians. In 2019 in cooperation with NGOs in Jordan, we established a political party called the Liberal. We mainly look to liberal members  in Arab world, predomenately in Jordan, promote peace with Israel in addition to promoting a free market economy. Religious freedom in the country is also very important.

I went through many transformations since the beginning of my political and media activity. From 2014 to 2018, I was working in government projects in Jordan in the field of engineering, and later I was appointed as an engineer in the Greater Amman Municipality. I am currently the Deputy Director of the Tender Committee in the Municipality.

CC: Can you talk about religious and political freedoms in Jordan, especially with regard to the State of Israel?

Mr. Dabbas: Religious freedom is safeguarded in Jordan for all parties, from Muslims to Christians, as well as Iraqi Shiite refugees. Conversions are legally allowed in Jordan. There is an Israeli embassy in Amman, and we have Jewish citizens from Israel who reside in the country. However, proselytizing is forbidden by the Islamic government.

In addition to Muslims, our government also contains Christian representation. Our king is a secular Muslim, and in the house of Representative, there are Christians, patriot Jordanians and Islamists. We have a communists party in Jordan and many of them are atheists.

CC: What kind of support do you have among the citizens of Jordan?

Mr. Dabbas: I have a large popular base among my family members and my neighbors, as well as former colleagues. Because of my political activity and my relations with researchers, politicians and activists, many are open to our policies. We are just beginning to become established, and though we have more than the 500 members necessary to register the party, the process is long and complicated. We have been trying to register the party since 2019.

CC: Where do you see your party in five years?

Mr Dabbas: When the time is right, one of the active members will be chosen to run in the Jordanian House of Representatives. On the one hand, we seek to serve Jordan and the Jordanian citizen and at the same time reach the ranks of the major parties in Jordan.

CC: Who or what was your inspiration?

Mr. Dabbas: I was largely influenced by Marwan al-Muasher , a Jordanian diplomat and politician who was Jordan’s foreign minister from 2002 to 2004 and its deputy prime minister during 2004 and 2005. He was Jordan’s first ambassador to Israel and former ambassador to the United States, two strong proponents of democracy.

Western Islamist Thinking Mirrors Taliban

The world is surprised and dismayed that Western Islamists would hail the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban as a success.

If one were to take the time to read through the Sunnah, this would come as no surprise. If one were to visit certain mosques and listen to their sermons, this would come as no surprise.

Finding controversial material in Canada that coincides with the Taliban ideology is relatively easy if you know where to look. We know for certain that Canadian politicians consider the Taliban their brothers. This fact has slipped out of the public eye rather quickly.

Islamists throughout the west have been singing the praises of the Taliban success in Afghanistan. Some quotes from some prominent individuals and groups:

May Allah bless and give continuous victory to those who establish the Sharia of Allah on this earth, despite the fact that the kuffar and the hypocrites hate it.
You make the Ummah proud!

“Congratulations to #Taliban and the people of Afghanistan on the rebirth of the Islamic Emirate!

Whether you like the #IslamicEmirateOfAfghanistan (aka #Taliban) or not, they are now in power. As long as their mandate is to rule by Islam and not man-made ideologies and systems of governance, they should be supported.”

Islamist Watch has been keeping a running list of similar comments, you can read more here.

One of the organizations on this list is of particular interest to us not only because of their connections to Canada, but how the teachings of the Canadian arm of this organization echo the Taliban ideology.

ICNA is the North American branch of the violent South Asian movement Jamaat-e-Islami, which a history of links with the Taliban. Jamaati officials in Pakistan have welcomed the Taliban victory.

The ICNA North American branch has posted a statement with regards to the situation in Afghanistan, and though it is far more innocuous than some of the other statements, ICNAs connections belie their sincerity.

As Americans, we stand for democracy and government by the people, for the people. It is time that we let the people of Afghanistan freely choose their leadership and the way of government.

It is very encouraging that the new leadership in Afghanistan has declared that they will respect human rights, with particular mention made of women and minorities.

Pegida Canada and our partners have studied and written extensively on Islamist viewpoints in Canada. One particularly blatant example is an online teaching course put out by Islamic Circle of North America, Canada. According to ICNA Canada’s online syllabus, Islam is totally incompatible with democracy. Within this course, a book called ‘The Gardens of the Righteous’ is studied.

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of which are introduced by verses of the Quran.

Within this book, you will find the following modern commentary on hadith:

 This spirit and readiness must be kept always alive so that the Muslims may respond at once to the call of Jihad whenever the need for it arises anywhere.

The political system of Islam is totally incompatible with western democracy.”

film songs or musical notes are played on record-players, or jesters and buffoons are brought in to amuse and entertain them. This is all satanic work, forbidden and unlawful, having no place in Islam.”

Free mixing of men and women is a common evil in the West

the Qur’an has declared that when you have to appoint or choose witnesses among women, you should choose two in place of one man.

if someone commits a crime which is punishable by Hadd this will be certainly imposed on him, or her, i.e., cutting of hand in case of theft, one hundred stripes or stoning to death in case of fornication

The above examples are just a few of many to be found within this online course. This course is freely available for study.

Located at 391 Burnhamthorpe Rd., East, Oakville, Ontario, ICNA Canada emphasizes that “the propagation of true and universal message of Islam is only possible in Canada when whole Canadian Muslim Community transformed into a Dawah community by practicing and propagating the true Islamic Way of Life. With the vision of building an exemplary Canadian Muslim community it is very important to spread the word of Islam…”

More information on this course and book can be found below.

Islamic World Vs Jews and Christians as laid out by ICNA Canada

Western civilization an ‘enemy’ to Islam?

Imam reiterates Canadian online syllabus view on Music in Islam

Ruling on Sex Slaves as presented by Canadian Islamic organization

Jihad encouraged by Canadian Islamic organization

Publications in Canada that seem to promote hatred towards non-Muslims

Islamic Circle of North America (Canada) online course study on sharia punishments

Christianity in Jordan

Pastor Raed and family

by Rami Dabbas and PEGIDA Canada

Rami Dabbas is a civil engineer by profession who writes for several media outlets. He is a pro-Israel advocate, peace campaigner, and political activist speaking out against terrorism.

Islam is the official religion of Jordan, but the state generally supports religious freedom. The constitution allows citizens to practice religion freely unless it “violates public order or morality or conflicts with Islamic law.” Traditionally, Christians have had few difficulties in Jordan, and even quiet evangelism has been allowed. However, Christians in Jordan, both natives and refugees, increasingly face persecution from their families, employers and society. 

The Christian church has been under pressure in Canada during Covid 19, and with the discovery of mass graves at residential schools, tens of churches were either vandalized or burned.  Although what is happening in Canada cannot compare with what happens to Christians within Islamic countries, there must certainly be an awareness of movement towards the curtailing of the Judeo/Christian tradition. An example of the insidious move to curtail Christianity is apparent in the country of Jordan. 

Canada gives ‘Converted’ Jordanian Christian Refuge

Canada gave refuge to a Jordanian who claimed to be a Christian converted from the Muslim faith.  Othman Ayed Hamdan  made a refuge claim based on his conversion, and was accepted by Canada in 2004. 

However, the Immigration and Refugee Board ordered his deportation in September of 2018, ruling he was a danger to Canada’s security and  had promoted the “social media agenda” of ISIS in dozens of online posts.

Still facing deportation, Mr Hamdan is seeking damages from eight defendants, including the federal and provincial attorneys general, B.C. Corrections and two unnamed defendants.

Court documents indicate that Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board determined that Hamdan would be at risk of persecution if he were to deported to Jordan, where he holds nationality through his Palestinian-born parents. Read full account here.

‘Conversion’ to Christianity for asylum is not new, many in Europe attempted this during the Great Syrian Migration in order to stay on the continent.

There are many in Jordan and indeed from many Islamic countries who have genuinely converted from the Muslim faith, as the following story attests.  The  article below is an interview with a Jordanian pastor who fled from Jordon under fear of imprisonment. Jordanian Christians are not as harshly persecuted as they are in some other Islamic countries, but they are under threat. 

The story below is written by Rami Dabbas, a regular contributor for Israel Today.

Raed’s Story

Raed Safadi today serves as pastor of Arabic Baptist Church of San Antonio in Texas, but he was born in Jordan, and his ministry focuses on reaching Muslims there and the wider Middle East, as well as in the US. He believes that evangelism is a Christian duty no matter where one finds oneself. You don’t often hear about evangelism efforts in Jordan and the Arab world, but it does occur.

Pastor Raed is well known and loved by Muslim-background believers (MBBs) in Jordan and everywhere else he has ministered. Pastor Raed is also one of those rare Arab pastors who views Islam as a dark deception and evil force, and he as a Christian feels a mandate to help Muslims see the light of Christ. Israel Today spoke with Pastor Raed about the state of the Evangelical Christian community in Jordan and evangelism efforts there, which ultimately led to his exile in the US. 

Israel Today: What is the situations for Christians in Jordan?

Pastor Raed: Christians in Jordan do not face any threats to their security and are not impeded in practicing their religious rites freely. Still, while Jordanian Christians have little to fear from their Muslim neighbors, Christians as a percentage of the Jordanian population have shrunk from 12% to just 3% over the past 40 years due to difficult economic conditions. Religious freedom and the establishment of churches are safeguarded. They are exercised in complete freedom in an atmosphere of security and stability, and their political rights are guaranteed in the Jordanian constitution as Jordanian citizens. There is a state of coexistence and brotherhood that binds Jordanian citizens, whether they are Muslims or Christians, in similar customs and traditions .Jordanian Christians have a political presence in the parliament and various ministries, unlike many other Arab countries that marginalize and persecute their Christian communities. 

Israel Today: And what about proselytizing in Jordan? Is it allowed by law to convert Muslims to Christianity?

Pastor Raed: Christians in Jordan are prohibited from proselytizing, and the Jordanian government will take action against any person suspected of doing so.

Legally it is forbidden to convert from Islam to Christianity, despite the presence of a significant number of converts to Christianity and believers from a Muslim background. Converting to Christianity exposes a person to persecution and danger of losing their civil rights. There have been cases of converts to Christianity being sued in Sharia courts and losing their civil rights, which compel them to flee the country and seek asylum. In the cases of some women who converted to Christianity, they were prevented by the authorities from traveling abroad.

Pastor Raed recently posted a Facebook profile picture that in Hebrew and Arabic reads: “Jews and Arabs refuse to be enemies.”

Israel Today: Evangelical churches are not one of the traditional churches. Do they face any discrimination?

Pastor Raed: There are about 10,000 Jordanian members of the evangelical community who are looking for inclusion in the councils of recognized Christian denominations in Jordan. At present, the evangelical denomination is not recognized in the Jordanian Council of Churches, unlike the traditional churches. After the amendment of the law on non-Muslim religious sects of 1938, the amended Law No. 28 of 2014 did not recognize the Evangelical and Baha’i sects, although it was amended to take into account the rights of members of Christian denominations. Still, the 10,000 Evangelicals in Jordan and their 54 churches are registered with religious bodies in the Ministry of Justice. The Evangelical community submitted a letter to the previous Jordanian government headed by Abdullah Nsour in 2014, requesting their inclusion in the Council of Churches and Christian Denominations, which prompted the government to take the opinion of the Council of Churches, which rejected our membership. 

Israel Today: Why did you leave Amman and go to the United States?

Pastor Raed: I was the pastor of the Evangelical Baptist Church in the Jandaweel area in Amman and I established two schools for refugee children. I provided the necessary funding and brought volunteers to provide medical care in the villages surrounding these schools. But this success had a heavy price, as I was summoned to the office of the Governor of Amman and asked to sign a pledge not to talk to any Muslims about Christianity or to preach Christ, on threat of imprisonment. I refused this request from the governor, which led to the closure of these schools that I had established, as well as the closure of the church I was leading. This action compelled all other Evangelical churches to sign the pledge not to preach Christianity to Muslims. Everyone signed except for me. So I sought asylum in the US Embassy, and today am living in Texas.

Pastor Raed continues to spread the Christian gospel wherever he can. The Judeo/Christian tradition in the West, under much attack,  has much need of the gospel indeed. 


Canada has its fair share of Islamists within the government. We have reported on many of them in the past. An important resource is “ Documentation of Islamism in Canada“.

Today, we heard another indication of where some of our MPs loyalties lie. MP Maryam Monsef posted a video this morning, calling the Taliban her brothers.

This is a shocking testament of Islamist thinking. Ms Monsef has been under scrutiny over her shadowy entry into Canada, being caught in several lies. The video today certainly does not instill great confidence within the public mind as to her suitability to be in public office.

Of course, she has produced a statement in response to the backlash, saying that her video referred to a cultural connection. Even so, this should concern the public as well. Cultural connections to a terrorist group should be severed, not acknowledged.

Afghans with Links to Taliban Evacuated to France

This is just the beginning. The west has not recovered from the previous migration. Law enforcement is battling with criminal migrants on a daily basis. The problem will be multiplied with the new influx.

The following article is translated from French.

“Intelligence services have identified in recent days at least three people close to the Taliban movement, including a certain Niangalay S. The young man, born in 1995 in Logar province, in the east of the country, less than a hundred kilometers from Kabul, was able to benefit from a repatriation operation on August 18 thanks, stresses a police source, “from the ambient confusion that reigned there”. Transferred from the French Embassy to Kabul International Airport and then to Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) by A400M wide-body military aircraft, he was then able to reach France. It was during this flight that his profile would have aroused suspicions, doubts removed as soon as the “stowaway” arrived at Roissy – Charles-de-Gaulle airport.

“Treaty” on site, Niangalay S. belongs to a group of four formally identified people, including two brothers born in Kabul. All these individuals were seen carrying weapons in the ranks of the Taliban in the Afghan capital after the conquest of the city and a few days even before their departure.The young man himself not only admitted to belonging to the Taliban movement, but also confirmed the information collected by the intelligence services, according to which he held the position of head of a checkpoint located not far from the French embassy, before mingling in the flow of refugees welcomed within the building during the fall of the city. He then took advantage of the urgency of the situation to board French aircraft. For what reasons? This is what applies to trying to understand the competent services.

There was a big hole in the snowshoe, partly explained by local circumstances,” says a police source. This is the problem in view of the situation in recent days in Kabul: in the surrounding disorder, the controls have been difficult, if not impossible. It was necessary to evacuate urgently and an upstream sorting may have failed. On the other hand, the meshes of the net tighten as soon as the most doubtful cases arrive on national territory. ”


How Taliban Sharia Translates in Canada

As the world watches the horror that is unfolding in Afghanistan, we are reminded of the great migration that started in 2015. We see thousands of Afghanis desperate to leave the Taliban-ravaged country. What is remarkable, the photos emerging are plane loads of men, photos of men fleeing. Young men. Where are the women? This is exactly what we witnessed in 2015 and beyond.

The desperation of the women and children are obvious, yet they are largely absent from photos. The Taliban has been very forthright in their assessment of women and children and where they rank.

How does this translate to Canada? In the articles below, you can see the views on women within the Islamic community in Canada. We can see the views on sharia punishments, the views on jihad.

The Taliban is barbaric? Canadians should look in their own back yard. PEGIDA Canada has written the Mayor of Toronto and other government officials about this information. It falls on deaf ears. Please take the time to read and share the articles below which reiterate that the Taliban is a radical extension of the Sunnah and many Islamic leaders in Canada follow the Sunnah to a T.

The following is taken from a book given away at the Dawah booth at Dundas square, Toronto, as well as the Muslim Students Associations in our universities.

“Therefore, a divine precautionary measure was established to eliminate any shortcoming on a woman’s part in any case of testimony. We would like to point out here one of the essential principles of the legal and judicial system in Islam, which states that the case is not valid for proceedings if a doubt arises in the case. Therefore, the strength of two female witnesses is intended to eliminate this doubt.”

In other words, a woman’s testimony is worth half of that of  a man. This is taught in Canada.  Please read the article below.

‘Emotional nature’ of women make them unsuitable for leadership/witness roles, according to Islamic scripture and leaders

Commentary from the same book:

Allah, the Exalted, stated in the Glorious Qur’an: “(… As to those women on whose part you see ill conduct, admonish them (first), (next,) refuse to share their beds, (and last,) beat them (lightly, if it is useful). But if they return to obedience, seek not against them means (of annoyance). Surely, Allah is Most High, Most Great.)” [4:34]

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Women in Islam

Commentary from a book found online by ICNA Canada

“Another highly important reason for the prohibition of migration of Muslims to Dar-ul-Kufr (Islamic lands) is that it goes against the spirit as well as their readiness for Jihad fi sabilillah (striving and fighting in the way of Allah). This spirit and readiness must be kept always alive so that the Muslims may respond at once to the call of Jihad whenever the need for it arises anywhere.

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Jihad encouraged by Canadian Islamic organization

Commentary from a book found in an online course by Islamic Circle of North America Canada(ICNA):

“Except when justified by law” means that after the acceptance of Islam, if someone commits a crime which is punishable by Hadd this will be certainly imposed on him, or her, i.e., cutting of hand in case of theft, one hundred stripes or stoning to death in case of fornication, capital punishment in retaliation for murdering an innocent person.”

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Islamic Circle of North America (Canada) online course study on sharia punishments