'Practicing Muslim' CBSA officer detains MCC president at US-Canada border
TORONTO, Aug. 15, 2013 /CNW/ - The Muslim Canadian Congress (MCC) has asked the Minister of Public Safety Steven Blaney and the head of Canada's Border Security Agency, Luc Portelance to investigate an incident at the Niagara Falls border crossing where a CBSA officer describing himself as a 'practicing Muslim', detained and harassed the president of the MCC and his family including a 4-year old child.
"It appears I was specifically targeted by this Muslim officer because I and the MCC have been at the forefront of exposing the Islamist agenda in Canada and the USA," said Mumtaz Khan in his letter to Minister Blaney and CBSA president Luc Portelance.
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