Toronto city “open house” event includes visit to mosque! And not just any mosque…
One of many buildings people can visit this weekend during Doors Open Toronto, an annual city event, is a downtown mosque. The mosque, in a former bank building, belongs to the Muslim Association of Canada, which Maclean’s magazine has described as “a group openly supportive of the international Islamist group, the Muslim Brotherhood, and its founder Hassan al Banna.”
And they always have to mention the “fastest growing religion” thing.
Hugh Fitzgerald gives you the typical lowdown:
The next time you happen to attend one of those Open Houses offered by a smiling imam, and the handful of congregants willing to show up, as Potemkin worshippers, to endure having to welcome some awful Infidel visitors, in order to present an evening of taqiyya/kitman (and at the end of the evening, a very tasty Pakistani buffet, with chicken and rice, is waiting in the next room) — well, when the routine goes into the “we are all Abrahamic faiths, we are all share a belief in Monotheism” someone must really interject: Yes, Tawhid. But in Islam’s case, Tawhid and Jihad. And that is the problem.”
The general consternation, head-turning and so forth, will be most salutary.