Canada Arrest warrant issued for imam who called for Jews to be killed

22:55  16 july  2017
22:55  16 july  2017 Source:   montrealgazette.com

Truck driver in fatal crash sentenced to three years in jail

  Truck driver in fatal crash sentenced to three years in jail Truck driver in fatal crash sentenced to three years in jail Monday and issued a 10-year driving ban. The delivery truck driver who killed a woman and injured more than a dozen others when he crashed his vehicle into a TTC bus four years ago has been se .Vicente Arbis’s sentence, delivered Monday by Ontario Superior Court Justice Kelly Wright, also carries a 10-year driving ban, an attorney general ministry spokesperson confirmed.Arbis was convicted of one count of criminal negligence causing death and two counts of criminal negligence causing bodily harm late last year.

Montreal police have issued an arrest warrant for an imam who called for Jews to be killed while he was speaking at a mosque in Montreal last December.

Montreal police have issued an arrest warrant for an imam who allegedly made hateful comments against Jews . Imam calling for Jews to be killed in sermon at Montreal mosque draws police complaint.

0717 city imam © YouTube 0717 city imam

An arrest warrant has been issued for an imam who made several anti-Semitic statements during a sermon at a Montreal mosque last December.

Sheikh Muhammad ibn Musa Al Nasr called Jews “the worst of mankind” and expressed his hope that Muslims would slaughter them on Judgment Day, according to a statement by B’nai Brith.

Al Nasr, a Palestinian-Jordanian imam, is facing a charge of wilful promotion of hatred following an investigation by the Montreal police’s hate crimes unit. Officials with B’nai Brith lodged a complaint with the hate crime unit after learning about the speech, which was made at the the Dar al-Arkam mosque in St-Michel.

Police searching for suspect in human trafficking case

  Police searching for suspect in human trafficking case Police searching for suspect in human trafficking case Peel Regional Police are asking the public's help in finding a suspect in a human trafficking case, and are appealing for other victims to come forward.Police responded to a call on Monday from a woman who says she was held against her will at a Mississauga hotel. An investigation revealed that she was sexually assaulted and exploited for profit. Police say that the suspect "controlled all aspects of her life." Investigators believe that there are other victims and are asking that they come forward.

Montreal police have issued an arrest warrant on hate crime charges for Sheikh Muhammad ibn Musa Al Nasr, who called for Jews to be killed . Canadian authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a Palestinian-Jordanian imam who made anti-Semitic statements at a mosque in Montreal last year

During his speech, the imam says: “O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. The verse is from a religious text called a hadith, which states that trees and stones will instruct Muslims to kill Jews who are hiding behind them.

An official with B’nai Brith said he hopes the charge will deter future threats and assaults on the Jewish community in Canada.

“Today, the Jewish community of Montreal can sleep safer, knowing that there is a price to pay for inciting violence against our community,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. “This incident and others like it demonstrate that antisemitism, especially in the guise of religion, remains a serious problem in Canada today.”

Al Nasr’s whereabouts are unknown, but B’nai Brith suspects he may be in Jordan and is calling for his extradition. Several Muslim groups have condemned the speech.

The Dar al-Arkam Mosque has still yet to apologize for the speech and the original Arabic version of the sermon remains posted to the mosque’s YouTube channel, according to B’nai Brith.

The warrant for Al Nasr’s arrest comes on the heels of an investigation into a rapper known as Madd Cold, who is being investigated for inciting violence against the Jewish community following a complaint by B’nai Brith.

kwilton@postmedia.com

Defaced Qur'an, hateful note left at Quebec City mosque where January shootings occurred .
Defaced Qur'an, hateful note left at Quebec City mosque where January shootings occurredThe anonymous package arrived at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City via Canada Post on Friday, two days before residents in nearby Saint-Apollinaire voted in a referendum on a Muslim cemetery in their town.

Source: http://ca.pressfrom.com/news/canada/-36955-arrest-warrant-issued-for-imam-who-called-for-jews-to-be-killed/

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!