On Friday, a group of citizens protested outside a Toronto mosque. Their signs were stark: “Ban Islam” was one.
No crime was committed. It was provocative test of all these Islamophobia bans, like M-103.
Every politician who was anyone tweeted their support for the mosque. The CBC called it a hate crime, and said cops were investigating.
But within a day or so, the police decided not proceed. I think I know why:
They saw videos that the mosque itself filmed and uploaded to the Internet. Videos talking about how they need to kill all the Jews, and all infidels, too.
We published those videos on the weekend. They were actually broken by our friend Jonathan Halevi on his website CIJ News.
But the mainstream media? Nothing.
Until today, this morning, when the Toronto Sun’s Joe Warmington weighed in. The mosque denied it was them. But when they knew that wouldn’t work, they said the imam… “misspoke.”
One radio show ran with Joe’s story this morning — to mock it:
John Moore, from CFRB in Toronto. Then Moore — who as a gay man, would be thrown off a roof by the Islamic State — brought in more journalists.
You have to hear what they said.
Police, politicians, the press, prosecutors — They’re not neutral.
They are on the other side of this war...
NEXT: Joe Warmington himself joins me to talk about his conversation with mosque officials, and the rest of the media's criticism of his story.
THEN: Immigration lawyer Guidy Mamman explains the legal implications of "refugees" coming across the Canadian border from the U.S.
(Photo source: Masjid Toronto)