TERRORISM: Trump-tough vs. Trudeau-soft

Trump warns Islamic terrorists: “America will defeat you. We will not allow you to take root in our country.”

“We are up against an enemy that celebrates death and worships destruction,” Trump told service members at MacDill Air Force Base on Monday. “[The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant] is on a campaign of genocide, committing atrocities across the world. Radical Islamic terrorists are determined to strike our homeland as they did on 9/11, as they did from Boston to Orlando to San Bernardino.”

Trump is expected to use his executive authority to list the Muslim Brotherhood and some of its front groups in the U.S. — CAIR USA, ISNA and the North American Islamic Trust — as terrorist entities.

Meanwhile in Canada:

Muslim Brotherhood front groups are infiltrating Trudeau’s Liberal Party and gaining political power.

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Maryam Monsef

A number of Canadian Members of Parliament have Islamist connections and advocate sharia law. Maryam Monsef, the 32-year-old Minister of Status of Women who was born in Iran to Afghan parents, directly stated, “Sharia fascinates me.”

In December of 2015, Trudeau sent a video message to the “Reviving the Islamic Spirit” conference in which he stressed “our shared beliefs.”

This, despite the fact the conference is sponsored by and has been attended by a virtual who’s-who list of Muslim Brotherhood front group members.

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Linda Sarsour

The conference featured Linda Sarsour, a foul-mouthed anti-semitic rabble-rouser who is currently leading a number of U.S. demonstrations against Trump and has ties to a variety of Islamist groups. Many members of her family have a long history with HAMAS – another Muslim Brotherhood spin-off organization.

Trudeau’s Canada continues to act as host for a variety of Muslim Brotherhood front groups while taking no visible political action against them.

In 2016 Trudeau chose not to observe any official 9/11 memorial ceremony to honour the Canadians who died that day. However, the very next day, he attended the Ottawa Main Mosque which has multiple links to extremism.

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