|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on October 16, 2018 at 10:45 AM|
By Thomas Quiggin on October 15, 2018
Most democratic governments claim they are against extremism and terrorism. If so, then why does it appear possible that governments are funding it? Would senior members of a democratic government send taxpayers’ money down a path they know will lead to more extremism and terrorism?
As a court expert on terrorism in both the civil and criminal courts on Canada, I have sent a formal request to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. They are being requested to investigate whether the Government of Canada has begun to fund terrorism using a federally registered charity. Among those signing the letter with me were Tahir Gora of the Canadian Thinkers Forum, Raheel Raza and Sohail Raza of Muslims Facing Tomorrow and Benjamin Dichter.
The use of federally registered charities to fund terrorism is not a new practice in Canada or other countries. The International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy (IRFAN) had its charitable status revoked in Canada for funding Hamas with millions of dollars. The Islamic Society of North America in Canada has suffered four different charity revocation at the hands of the Canadian government – two of which were for funding terrorism (Jamaat E Islami).
In the recent past, it was malicious people operating outside of government who exploited weaknesses in government oversight of registered charities. Now, however, it appears a change has occurred. It is now possible that Members of Parliament in Canada are using their positions to direct millions of dollars to Islamic Relief Canada. In turn, some of this money is passed to Islamic Relief Worldwide which is in turn passing money on to extremist and terrorist groups. This view is in accordance with a wide range of independent and reliable sources.
Among those Members of Parliament is Iqra Khalid, formerly of Pakistan and now a Member of Parliament for Mississauga, near Toronto. In a recent announcement taped by TAG-TV, Ms. Khalid stated that $CDN 23 million would be used to fund her M103 Parliamentary Motion on “Islamophobia.” The two recipients she named were Islamic Relief Canada and a local boys and girls clubs. How the money will be shared was not clear. Ironically, Ms. Khalid announced her federal candidacy at the Islamic Society of North American in Mississauga. The ISNA, as noted, has twice had charities revoked for funding terrorism.
Other members of Parliament who appear to have played a role in directing money to Islamic Relief Canada are Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Minister Ahmed Hussen (Immigration and Refugees), Minster Chrystia Freeland (Global Affairs), Minister Bibeau (International Development) and Parliamentary Secretary Omar Alghabra (Global Affairs). Mr Alghabra was the Parliamentary Secretary for Global Affairs at the time the events occurred. He has since been moved down to be the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade Diversification.
The money is being funneled through a variety of government organizations and programs including International Humanitarian Aid Program (2017), M103 Islamophobia Funding (2018), Canada Summer Jobs Program (2017 and 2018), Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund/Islamic Relief – May 2018, Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Fund CHAF, Canada’s Humanitarian and Development Assistance to Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon, and Prime Minister Trudeau’s volunteer work and promotional video for Islamic Relief Canada.
To say that a government is assisting in funding terrorism is quite a statement. What are the sources that say Islamic Relief Worldwide is funding extremism and terrorism? Those raising the concerns are:
In 2014 the United Arab Emirates produced a list of organizations they deemed to be terrorist entities. Among those was Islamic Relief Worldwide and Islamic Relief UK.
In 2017, the country of Bangladesh banned three organizations, including Islamic Relief. The decision to ban them is seen as a “preventative measure against potential radicalization in the camps.”
In 2014, Israel banned Islamic Relief from operating in the occupied West Bank, accusing Islamic Relief Worldwide of being a source of funding for the Palestinian Hamas Islamist movement.
In 2015, the HSBC Bank of the United Kingdom ended its banking links with Islamic Relief citing fears the aid could wind up with terrorist groups. This became public in 2016 when the Times of London published an article titled Terror fear makes HSBC cut ties to Muslim charity.
In 2012, the UBS Bank cut it ties with Islamic Relief due to concerns about counter-terrorist regulations.
In 2014, the UK Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) removed Islamic Relief from its donation page, although it states is has some 400 other Islamic charities that it supports in some 50 Islamic countries.
The Financial Post of Canada had listed Islamic Relief Canada on their “charities of the year” list but removed it in stating that IRC was pulled “since its international arm has been banned elsewhere (though not in Canada) for allegedly funneling funds to the terrorist organization Hamas.”
With so many reliable sources saying the Islamic Relief organization is funding extremism and terrorism, it is necessary for Canada (and other democracies) to track the money the money flows and where necessary, make sure they are stopped.
The author writes the Commissioner of the RCMP in regards of the matter. The Commissioner is a government servant at the level of a junior minister. She does not have the authority over either the Minister or Prime Minister nor can she override a national security operation. It is for we the people to come to grips with what is happening and make it a political issue. The terrorists are in the employ of the state. They always have been. They are used to facilitate money, power and control over the parts of the world affected and keep control of the masses at home through fear and regressive laws entrenching the politburo that Justin represents.
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