Yesterday at The Rebel, we joined with millions of people in America, Canada and around the world to reflect on the evil that happened on September 11, 2001. We remembered not only those who lost their lives on 9/11 itself but the thousands who died in the wars that followed.
But not the CBC, the Globe & Mail or Global TV.
They all chose the anniversary of 9/11 to write love-letters to a Canadian terrorist who joined ISIS, and who has now come back.
The Globe & Mail wrote 3,000 words about a Canadian who joined Al Qaida, but without using the words “Islamic” or “terrorist.”
At least Global News used the word “terrorist” in their profile of a former ISIS enforcer, one of the morality police who've been known to murder someone for drinking alcohol. In the Islamic State, shaving your beard or listening to music are also crimes.
“One of those returnees now lives in a spacious house with a satellite dish and a two-car garage and attends a university in the Toronto region. Because he fears arrest, he agreed to speak to Global News on the condition he not be identified.”
The CBC ran the same story.
They also both made a hero out of another Muslim man who is “counselling” these terrorists. Except the only time the CBC came close to using that word was when he complained:
"We are sick of hearing that Muslims don't condemn terrorism enough.”
The CBC doesn’t ask what murders or rapes the Canadian terrorist himself committed.
I’ll play you a clip from the CBC interview. Wait until you hear why this terrorist came back to Canada.
You’ll have another reason to be terrified that at least 60 of them, who went over to Syria and Iraq to rape and murder, are now back in Canada. Without even a trial.
NEXT: Our Alberta Bureau Chief Sheila Gunn Reid comes on to talk about her exclusive report on the Finance Ministry's dubious expense claims for G7 meeting in Venice, including an astonishing (and unnecessary) $400 in water taxi charges.
THEN: Jennifer Breedon will discuss her humanitarian work in the Middle East.
Her focus on the Christian genocide in the region is a cause close to my heart and that of many Rebel viewers.
FINALLY: Your messages to me about the post-9/11 world and more.