What a “touching” news! In today’s The Globe and Mail you can read how a mosque built in Manitoba was transported all the way to Inuvik in the Northwest Territories. It took 23 days for the trip to cover the 4,000-kilometre distance. The challenges that the venture had to overcome “captured records and the national imagination along the way.”
The author makes it appear that it was some kind of a fascinating event that made everybody in Canada proud. Well, it wasn’t… For starters, the article doesn’t explain why it was necessary to move the mosque all the way from Winnipeg to Inuvik. Wouldn’t it have been easier to just build it there?
It was most likely a publicity stunt for the organization, which started the whole thing, the Zubaidah Tallab Foundation.
That foundation boasts to be one of the very few Muslim charities in Manitoba that can issue tax receipts.
It clearly states its goals on its website:
“Objectives: The objectives as per the constitution are:
1- In specific to establish, construct, maintain and support a house of worship with services in accordance with the tenets and doctrines of the religion of Islam; Sunni Branch as practiced by the Sahaba and Salaf Al-Salih.
2- To conduct public and private meetings of a religious and evangelical nature of the Sunni Branch of Islam as practiced by the Sahaba and Salaf Al-Salih.”
Its projects include active work with youth with the purpose of conversion. One of their projects was distributing T-shirts:
“23- T-Shirts: 50 T-shirts with the foundation’s logo and the slogan “together we unite our community” were printed. They were distributed free to volunteers, children and 18 to members who are seeking to learn about Islam (for possible conversion).”
The principles in the basis of their activities are derived from the most rigid interpretation of Islam. The Salafi ideas are virtually indistinguishable from the Wahhabism, the dominant form of Islam in Saudi Arabia. They call for return to the original, “pure” version of the Muslim religion. They are hostile toward any innovations and changes in their religion. “Salafis idealize an uncorrupted, pure Islamic religious community. They believe that Islam’s decline after the early generations is the result of religious innovations (bid‘ah) and that an Islamic revival will result through the emulation of the three early generations and the purging of foreign influences from the religion.”
So the mosque and the dhimmi Globe media noise that it brought has a very clear purpose. Make no mistake, they will keep giving away lots of those T-shirts for “possible conversion” although because of the cold they may have to switch to warmer clothes. The Islamic colonization of the Canadian Arctic will continue with full force.
The supporters of the Islamization are already ecstatic. In the comments section of the article a mediocre (to say the least) Muslim poet glorifies the Arctic mosque:
“Not a single mosque in Canada
Then one mosque in Alberta
Little mosques on the prairie
Many mosques in Canada
Now the first mosque in the Arctic”
There is nothing new. The conquest continues…