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Pauline Marois blames multiculturalism for violence

Marois blames multiculturalism for ‘bomb throwing’ in England, claims hijab is ‘form of submission’

 | 13/09/06 | Last Updated: 13/09/06 12:00 PM ET
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Quebec Premier Pauline Marois walks out of a cabinet meeting Sept. 4, 2013 at the legislature in Quebec City. Marois was elected one year ago on Sept. 4, 2012.

Jacques Boissinot / The Canadian PressQuebec Premier Pauline Marois walks out of a cabinet meeting Sept. 4, 2013 at the legislature in Quebec City. Marois was elected one year ago on Sept. 4, 2012.
Pauline Marois has marked her first year in power by claiming multiculturalism is to blame for violence and ‘bomb throwing’ in England as she seeks to push ahead with her controversial Charter of Quebec Values.

The Quebec premier, who says she is proud of her first year in power even though she admits it’s been difficult, told Montreal’s Le Devoir that secularism measures will be phased in over a few years.

She conceded that the French model of secularism “isn’t perfect,” Le Devoir reported, but Marois said that “in England, they’re knocking each other over the head and throwing bombs because of multiculturalism and nobody knowing any more who they are in that society.”

Marois also said that wearing a hijab can be seen as a “form of submission,” and said she feared daycare workers in positions of authority could incite kids to practice religion.

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Valerie Price from “ACT! for Canada” receives the “Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff Profiles in Courage Award” at ACT! for America Conference

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Valerie Price from “ACT! for Canada” receives the

” Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff Profiles in Courage Award ” at  ACT! For America Conference

 

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Why Conservatives Always Lose

Why Conservatives Always Lose
Posted on April 20, 2013 by Baron Bodissey
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We’ve often noted in this space that modern conservatives — and this is true on both sides of the Atlantic — seem determined to imitate their Progressive colleagues. It’s as if they say to the electorate, “Vote for us. We’re just like the liberals, only not quite so radical.” Dymphna’s most recent post talked about some of the reasons why the Right always seems to be singing from the same hymnal as the Left — just a quarter-tone flat and half a beat behind.

In the following article from Politically Incorrect, Manfred Kleine-Hartlage discusses the failure of conservative intellectuals to come to grips with the reasons for their perennial position on the sidelines. The author draws on a new book by Alex Kurtagic to highlight the need for intellectual depth and — dare I say it? — innovation in the thinking of those who would pass on the flame of traditional culture.

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Terrorists Xristos Katsiroubas and Ali Medlej die in attack on Algerian gas plant that kills 70 people

Terrorists Xristos Katsiroubas, left, and Ali Medlej

How do middle-class Canadian kids become international terrorists?
By Matthew Coutts | Daily Brew – 21 hours ago

Xristos Katsiroubas, left, and Ali Medlej.
There are no straightforward answers when it comes to understanding what led Xristos Katsiroubas and Ali Medlej to abandon their lives in London, Ont., to join an Al-Qaida-linked militant group that attacked and took hostages at an Algerian gas plant.

The two boys have been described recently as average, everyday-type Canadians. That seemed to be the case right up until shortly before they flew overseas and died in the Algerian attack in January.

CBC News reported on Wednesday that a third schoolmate had travelled with the pair to North Africa and was jailed shortly before his cohorts died participating in the attack in Algeria.

Aaron Yoon was another average Canuck, a boy of Korean descent who was quiet and friendly and converted to Islam in his final year of high school.

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Toronto: Former imam wanted in Michigan and Florida on sex charges

 

A day after being acquitted of sex-related charges, a former Toronto imam was arrested Wednesday for extradition to the United States. Mohammad Masroor, 50, is wanted in Michigan and Florida on charges of criminal sexual contact with a person under 13, Toronto Police said.

Imam acquitted on sex charges re-arrested
By Maryam Shah ,Toronto Sun 
First posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013 07:30 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, March 28, 2013 07:36 PM EDT

TORONTO – A day after being acquitted of sex-related charges, a former Toronto imam was arrested Wednesday for extradition to the United States.

Mohammad Masroor, 50, is wanted in Michigan and Florida on charges of criminal sexual contact with a person under 13, Toronto Police said.

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Saskatchewan: Drunk and suicidal member of James Smith First Nation converts to Islam

Cree jihadist: How a boy from a Saskatchewan reserve came to embrace Islamist extremism
Stewart Bell | Feb 22, 2013 9:06 PM ET | Last Updated: Feb 23, 2013 4:24 PM ET
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A Cree who wears a traditional coonskin cap he made himself, Dawood is a member of the James Smith First Nation in Saskatchewan. He is also a strident advocate of armed jihad.

At Toronto mosques, he has handed out hundreds of DVDs of lectures by Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born radical cleric who urged his followers to fight the “evil” West — until a Hellfire missile found him in Yemen.

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