Blazing Cat Fur broke this story.
“Thanks to Blazing Cat Fur who calls it “Xtreme Sharia Compliance”, something I reject entirely.Islam is Islam and that’s it.
“Listen, and understand. That Islam is out there. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.”
The Khalid Bin Al Walid Mosque is located on Bethridge Rd. in Etobicoke, near the neighborhood now known as “Little Somalia” and serves that community.
So what has unfettered immigration and the lie of multiculturalism brought to this fair city? Read this document entitled “Violations of Islam” published on the Khalid Mosque web site and judge for yourself.”read more
Vancouver’s Chinatown in festive mode in bid to revive historic area
English.news.cn 2011-08-08 17:31:58
by Al Campbell
VANCOUVER, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) — Food provided the prime motivation for attracting more than 50,000 people to the streets of one of Vancouver’s oldest areas over the weekend as the Canadian city celebrated the 12th edition of its annual Chinatown Festival.read more
How a backroom operation in Vancouver grew into Canada’s largest producer of tofu. by Julie Van Rosendaal
There is perhaps no other food as widely ridiculed as tofu. It struggles to shake its stigma as bland ’60s hippie fare-and yet we’ve come to accept, even embrace, yogurt and granola, which were equally trendy new health foods at the same time the perfect white-meat substitute arrived on the scene.read more
Mansour Boroumand, Masih Boroumand and Massoud Feizabadi charged in export of crystal meth from Toronto to Japan
A seven-year-old investigation of the export of crystal meth from Toronto to Japan has finally yielded arrests.
Nearly 30 kilograms and $19 million worth of crystal meth was seized by Japanese authorities at Narita Airport in 2004. In project “Rising Sun,” police forces spanning two continents have since been investigating the export of narcotics from Toronto to Japan.read more