Yet churches helping homeless Canadians lost their funding.
As the Trudeau Liberals continue to reject funding from (mostly Christian) organizations that won’t sign Justin Trudeau’s authoritarian Canada Summer Jobs values test, it turns out the Trudeau government is providing increasing amounts of funding to groups spreading hateful rhetoric.
According to a report by Global News, the Trudeau government has given over $50,000 in taxpayer dollars to the Islamic Humanitarian Service in the past two years.
The leader of that group – Sheikh Shafiq Hudda – has made horrendous comments at the anti-Semitic Al Quds Day rally.
At the rally, Hudda called for “the eradication of the unjust powers, such as the American empire, such as the Israeli Zionists.”
He added, “The same body bags that you have caused for the Palestinians, your army, the Israeli Defense forces will leave from Palestine in those same body bags.”
Hudda’s remarks can be seen below:
Despite these horrendous comments, the Trudeau Liberals have not revoked the funding going towards the Islamic Humanitarian Service, meaning our taxpayer dollars are going towards funding hate.
That group also received funding under the Conservatives, however, it was far less ($5,966), and it was before Hudda’s comments had come to light.
The Conservatives are now ripping into the Trudeau Liberals for funding a group with a leader who spouts such hateful rhetoric:
Through CSJ program, Liberals fund hatred and antisemitism. Where is ministerial responsibility? Do Liberals agree with this organization, or is it simply a case of incompetence? @PattyHajdu @bardishKW https://t.co/3NLMT1VVZs@bnaibrithcanada @CPC_HQ pic.twitter.com/MkcirQLMID
— Steven Blaney, MP (@HonStevenBlaney) June 12, 2018
Trudeau government gives a summer job grant to a group of vicious Jew haters. This is not my Canada. https://t.co/eYSogULNAI
— Senator Linda Frum (@LindaFrum) June 14, 2018
This continues a disturbing trend under the Trudeau government, where Christian groups are seemingly targeted by the government and held to one standard, while other groups – particularly Islamic groups – are able to get away with hateful rhetoric without repercussion.
By contrast, a true leader like Doug Ford has called for banning Al Quds Day entirely, saying it has no place in Canada. Trudeau has failed to follow that good example.
Instead of stripping funding from Churches helping homeless Canadians, the Trudeau Liberals should be focused on making sure that our tax dollars aren’t funding hatred. If they refuse to do that, we can only conclude that the federal government’s true sympathies lie with those who are trying to tear down our society and divide our country.
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