A Canadian Islamic Shiite website, affiliated with the organizers of al-Quds Day, harshly attacked Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne for her support of Israel, implicitly mocks her for being gay and calls women, who wore short clothes in the hottest day of month, “sluts” and “filth.”
The website Crescent International, which presents itself as “a publication of the Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought (ICIT)” headed by Imam Zafar Bangash, posted a news report on al-Quds Day rally, which took place on July 11 in front of the American Consulate in Toronto.
“Organizers of the Quds Day rally can be truly proud of their achievement in bringing out thousands of people onto the streets of Toronto for the annual Quds Day rally,” the article reads emphasizing in this regard that last Saturday (July 11) was “the hottest day this Ramadan.”
The article, signed by crescent-online.net, accuses “some Queen’s Park politicians” of being “Zionist puppets” who “try desperately to prevent any criticism of its [Israel’s] atrocious record.”
“Kathleen Wynne, the Ontario premier and an apology for a woman, is an arch-Zionist. She has become a regular fixture at the ‘Walk for Israel’ march. These Zionist stooges will not walk for Canada but ask ‘how high sir’ if their Zionists masters order them to jump.”
The Jewish Defence League (JDL), that organized the counter protest against al-Quds Day rally, was also a prime target of the Canadian pro Iranian site. “They [JDL activists] had even brought some scantily clad Zionist sluts thinking this would detract committed Muslims. What these enemies of humanity do not realize is that committed Muslims are not attracted to such filth.”
In his speech at al-Quds Day, Imam Zafar Bangash, who is affiliated with Crescent International site, expressed similar views. Bangash called the activists of the Jewish Defence League (JDL) “criminals” and mercenaries,” who came to protest against al-Quds Day only because they were given free beer.
He also called for overthrowing the Saudi regime and defeating PM Harper in October federal elections. “I want all of you to, please, come out and send these Zionist puppets back home. If Harper wants to go to live in Israel he can go there. He does not belong in Canada. He is a Zionist puppet… the Zionism is racism, the Zionist ideology is anti human, the Zionists are against humanity… their end is coming near.”
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