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Re: muslim students associations in canada

Reader comment on item: Toronto's York University Sponsors Mohamed al-Asi

Submitted by yasemin (Canada), Aug 7, 2008 at 19:13

Dear Mr. Pipes:

I hope you can see fit to publicize something related to the upcoming islamic symposium this weekend in Edmonton, Canada, at the University of Alberta, sponsored by the muslim students association, since one of the guest speakers, Said Rageah, from the Al Maghrib Institute in Toronto, was the imam at the Maryland islamic centre which was investigated by the FBI for its possible connections with the 9/11 hijackers. The 9/11 commission report found only that they were funding the jihadist movement.

My god you weren't kidding - this jihadist cancer is everywhere !!! I am horrified. This explains why the library doesn't have any copies of Salman Rushdie's work as well as a lot of other anti-islamic works.

Mr. Rageah was allowed a visa to Canada. Unbelievable !!! Canadians are appalled by the immigration system here. No wonder Americans are nervous about what crosses the border from Canada. The authorities have been alerted to his presence here :) Universities need to be shamed for allowing this garbage on our campuses.

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