A hate preacher calling for the genocide of Jews on the streets of Toronto, or an evangelical church group trying to feed the hungry - guess which one got the summer jobs grant funding from the Liberals?
Over the weekend annual Al Quds Day rallies were held in cities across the world. The day was decreed by the the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979 to show support for Palestinians and also call for the destruction of the state of Israel.
Of all the cities in Canada where rallies are held, Toronto is consistently the worst.
Year after year, Hezbollah Flags are flown on Toronto’s streets, calls are made for the genocide of Jews, yet this year and last, the rally was held in Queen’s Park on the grounds of the Legislature - no permits, no permission, no problem or dismay expressed by the government.
Imagine a neo-Nazi group using the park and saying those things about Jews. Would it be ignored by Mayor John Tory or outgoing premier, Kathleen Wynne — or allowed to happen two years in a row?
Today, I’ll show you calls for the eradication of the Jewish people made in that park by a muslim hate preacher named Sheikh Shafiq Huda.
Huda isn’t a nobody. He heads an organization called the Islamic Humanitarian Service of Kitchener and it’s a registered Canadian charity that received a Canada Summer Jobs grant this year!
That means the organization led by this hateful, intolerant man, checked the boxes and agreed to support the Liberal Party of Canada’s view on LGBTQ and abortion rights, thus making him eligible for funds under the program.
It's absolutely revolting. This man can call for genocide on the streets of Toronto but his organization can still get a jobs grant, as long as he lies on his grant application.
But don’t dare let someone's filthy, baby loving, pro-life hands touch a roast beef sandwich meant to ease the growls of a homeless person’s hungry belly, because that would be hateful.