TORONTO, April 16, 2012 /CNW/ - The Jewish Defence League of Canada is demanding that the TTC remove the sign that reads, "There is no god but Allah (and) Muhammad is His messenger". The organization responsible for the add is called Islamic Infocenter. That same group supports groups and persons that preach Terrorism.
- Good websites on Islam:
Islamic Research Foundation and Peace TV:
Dr. Zakir Naik is a 44 year-old Muslim preacher born in India. Zakir Naik is distinguished by one characteristic: incitement and support for Terrorism through IRF and Peace TV. Incitement, by calling on Muslims to become terrorists and supporting Al-Qaeda, is not protected speech in the UK, Canada, or India.
Naik most recently gained wider attention in mid-June when the British authorities banned his entry to their country. Canadian authorities followed the British example by cancelling Naik's multiple-entry visa, thereby preventing him from appearing live at an Islamist mass meeting in Toronto.
The Muslim World League:
The Muslim World League (MWL) is a Saudi Arabia-based international organization that promulgates a fundamentalist interpretation of Islam around the world through a large network of charities and affiliated organizations.
While the MWL has on several occasions condemned terrorism in general terms, it has a long history of providing financial support to terrorist groups or having organizational links to them, including to Hamas, Abu Sayyaf group, Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Jemaat al Islamiyya, and Al Qaeda.
The MWL also provides a platform for inflammatory speech, including anti-Semitism. For example, Sheik Yusef Qaradawi was invited to speak at the MWL's First International Islamic Conference on Dialogue in Mecca in June 2008. Qaradawi, a radical Muslim Brotherhood ideologue who openly calls for violent jihad against Jews and he praises Hitler.
The JDL calls on the TTC to remove the radical Islamic sign now. The JDL calls on the public to join our campaign to confront and expose the danger of radical Islam in Canada.
For further information:
For more information call JDL at 416-736-7000 or www.jdl-canada.com