This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.

Jay Currie

One Damn Thing After Another









StartLogic - Affordable Webhosting

california mortgage
online contact lens
compliance-news
mortgage news
christina aguilera
server security




7/25/2005

On the Next Plane

A controversial Toronto imam warned Public Safety Minister Anne McLellan at a closed-door meeting to stop "terrorizing" Canadian Muslims.

"If you try to cross the line I can't guarantee what is going to happen. Our young people, we can't control," Aly Hindy, the head of Scarborough's Salaheddin Islamic Centre, recalls telling the minister at the May meeting she held in Toronto with dozens of Muslim leaders....

"We believe CSIS should stop terrorizing us," he says in a flyer he is circulating to mosques. "CSIS is powerless. CSIS has no authority over you. If CSIS agents come to your door, do not open [it] for them."
globe and mail
A brief bit of Googling does not disclose whether Aly Hindy is, in fact, a Canadian citizen. But he is the Khadrs' imam and there are serious suggestions that the Salaheddin Islamic Centre where he preaches may have been funded with Wahabbi money.

Better safe than sorry. The statements quoted in the Globe suggest an indirect bit of incitement. Bung him on a plane if he is not Canadian. If he is then it is time to put legislation in place which deals with incitement. The English are just doing this now - a bit late.