Lawyer Hussein Hamdani, frequently described as a "moderate Muslim" activist, has been suspended from his sensitive position with the Ministry of Public Safety.
I talked with Marc Lebuis, an expert on Muslim terror networks, on why Hamdani was suspended -- after being lauded as a voice of moderation by the Globe & Mail and others.
You can read Lebuis' dossier on Hussein Hamdani here.
It lists his many positions of influence in the Canadian mainstream -- along with his simultaneous ties to the Muslim Students Association (which issued a guide that called for the "Islamization" of campuses) and the controversial Revival of the Islamic Spirit convention at which Justin Trudeau was a guest speaker.
Lebuis jokes that Hamdani must be very "unlucky" since he always seems to be "one or two degrees of separation" away from organizations which later lose their charitable status due to their ties to terrorism.
A Hamilton lawyer who has been suspended as an adviser on Muslim issues and security for the federal government says his removal is politically motivated because he is supporting Justin Trudeau and the Liberals.
Minister of Public Safety Steven Blaney suspended Hussein Hamdani from the Cross-Cultural Roundtable on National Security this week.
Blaney's office is looking into questions raised by the French TVA network about politically charged statements it alleges Hamdani made as a university student, and allegations about radical organizations that it says Hamdani had associations with.
(Photo: Globe & Mail)
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