Monday, July 25, 2005

Imam Ali Hindy Utters Threats in Toronto

From this morning's Globe & Mail.
Colin Freeze
Monday, July 25, 2005

A controversial Toronto imam warned Public Safety Minister Anne McLellan at a closed-door meeting to stop "terrorizing" Canadian Muslims.

"If you try to cross the line I can't guarantee what is going to happen. Our young people, we can't control," Aly Hindy, the head of Scarborough's Salaheddin
Islamic Centre, recalls telling the minister at the May meeting she held in Toronto with dozens of Muslim leaders.

The meeting was part of an effort by Ms. McLellan to reach out to Canadian Muslims amid complaints that the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service are engaging in racial profiling.

The minister and her officials have been meeting community leaders to explain they are not targeting Muslims generally, only individuals with possible terrorist links.

Perhaps someone could explain to Aly Hindy that "terrorize" is not what CSIS is doing. 'Terrorize" is what Aly Hindy's religious confreres are doing worldwide in their jihad against western civilization.
Mr. Hindy, who has long complained that CSIS is spying on him, his family and his mosque, told Ms. McLellan that a young Muslim woman complained to him she was roughed up by Canadian spies while her husband was away at prayers. This allegation could spur reprisals because "our women are the most valuable thing to us" and "for a Muslim, honour is more important than his life," Mr. Hindy said in a recent interview.
Consider that statement inlight of what happened in India recently to a Muslim woman named Imrana who was raped by her Father-in-law.
The fatwa ordered Imrana Ilahi, 28, to separate from her husband and treat him as her son because she had sex with his father. "She had a physical relationship with her father-in-law, and it nullifies her marriage," said Mohammad Masood Madani, a cleric at the theological school. He said it made no difference whether the sex was consensual or forced. The village council then decreed that Mrs. Ilahi would have to marry her father-in-law.
Mr. Hindy may assert that, "for a Muslim, honour is more important than his life," but if the above is an indicator it woul appear that for many Muslims honour is more important than a wife.

He [Hindy] made the point to the minister. Several people who attended shrugged off the imam's remarks, but some Muslims and government agents later approached Mr. Hindy asking him to explain himself.

"The police came to me and said, 'This is a kind of threat,' and I said yes," he said. "But it's for the good of this country.

"And they said, 'Do you know some of the names of those people you expect to cause some problems?' And I said, 'You just open the telephone directory.' "

While government investigators probing the woman's complaint told Mr. Hindy they have not found evidence of wrongdoing, he isn't giving the spy service the benefit of the doubt.

"We believe CSIS should stop terrorizing us," he says in a flyer he is circulating to mosques. "CSIS is powerless. CSIS has no authority over you. If CSIS agents come to your door, do not open [it] for them."

I think we should make a deal here, .... for the good of the country, I mean. Islamists should stop the terror campaign against western civilization and CSIS will stop knocking on doors, questioning people and watching the activities of those most likely to kill us. Sounds like a win-win to me.


At 1:06 pm, July 25, 2005 , Anonymous c matt said...

our women are the most valuable thing to us

'Splains it all, doesn't it? Where are feminists for Islam?


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