Toronto, October 26 – Panel Discussion on the Danger of ISIS Terrorism



This is a reminder about an important event, which will take place in Toronto on October 26, 2014. Canada-Israel Friendship Association has organized a panel discussion on a very important international issue, which affects equally the Middle East and the Western countries. Canada is not excluded either, despite of what the empty-headed Justin Trudeau wants you to believe. The discussion will deal specifically with the both aspects of that terrorist and ideological danger: “THE ISIS CRISIS: GENOCIDE OF RELIGIOUS MINORITIES AND TERRORIST THREAT TO CANADA.”

Panelists include REV. MAJED EL SHAFIE, Founder and President (One Free World International), MIRZA ISMAIL (Chairman, Yezidi Human Rights Organization International), DR. ZROASTER SOLOMON (President, Canadian Kurdish Center), CHATO WANY (Founder and Vice-President, Kurdish House) and Lt.-Col. (Ret. IDF) JONATHAN HALEVI (Senior Researcher and Analyst, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs).

The discussion will be moderated by CHRISTINE WILLIAMS, journalist, columnist and award-winning talk show host.

WHEN: Sunday, October 26, 2014, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

WHERE: Lodzer Center Congregation, 12 Heaton Street, Toronto

Admission is free, but space is limited. To reserve your seat, please email

If you don’t live in Toronto but know someone who does, please share this event with your friends.


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  1. The Lone Ranger says:

    The thousands of Muslims from the West who are clamouring to join ISIS are not doing so because they are frustrated with the lack of progress in the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, as John Kerry would like us to believe.

    The only solution the Islamic State believes in is a Sunni Islamic Caliphate where the surviving non-Muslims who are not massacred would be subject to sharia law.

    What Kerry perhaps does not know (or refuses to acknowledge) is that the Islamic State is not interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at all. According to Justin Trudeau and other leftist politicians, ISIS exists because of Israel’s military interventions into Palestine. After all, any “informed” person will know that a Zionist conspiracy is in place; ISIS is not really dangerous; the West is at war with Muslims who must not speak out on Western media about violence within the faith, and those who do are liars desperately seeking the limelight. So most Muslims stay silent.

    This brand of boxed and packaged Islam, will almost certainly be the death of us all. As for ISIS and their threat to bring Jihad to the West, including Canada, here is my advice. And no, I’m not going to advise you to break the law.

    If things start to get hairy, and the first attempt at Islamic terrorism happens on Canadian soil, here are some steps you can take.

    All Canadians who are loyal followers of Blogwrath and other common-sense conservative blogs should do the following:

    1. Start storing up packed foods that will last for months. if not years. Store up enough water in airtight containers for drinking and hygiene purposes. You never know when a terrorist attack or related incident in will disrupt your means of purchasing food. Purchase at least 2-4 lightweight, transportable solar panels than can recharge cellphones, rechargeable batteries (highly recommended), and hand-held walkie-talkies. Purchase a crank handle emergency radio to listen for alerts and emergency broadcasts. Keep some emergency money handy. Even if you can only save a few bucks in a jar every week, every little bit helps.

    Indeed, here in Calgary, we just went through five nights of complete power loss. The entire SW quadrant of the city was blacked out due to a major underground fire that blew an underground transformer and fried every power cable and fibre optic connection. Over 6,000 residents had been affected. But what if this was the result of a terrorist attack? What if it had been a dirty (plutonium) bomb? The area would have been cordoned off for months, thousands would have died, and survivors would be left to die slowly and in agony for fear of spreading the contamination.

    2. Have an alternative place to go well away from the affected area.

    3. Put extra strength locks and bolts on your doors and windows. In the even that lunatics of some kind are operating in your vicinity, then keep your drapes/blinds closed, your doors locked, and keep noise down to a minimum.

    4. Join a gun club and learn to shoot. Get you PAL (Possession & Acquisition License). There are antique guns you can buy without a licence, six shot revolvers and Winchester rifles in particular that work well and can protect you just as handily as any modern firearm. But you’ll need the PAL to buy ammunition.


    5. If guns aren’t your thing, or if they are cost prohibitive, then take up archery. A compound bow is easier to learn and will protect you just as effectively. And you don’t need a license to own a bow and practise at an archery club.

    6. If you don’t drive or have a bicycle, then at least get a bicycle and a cart as soon as possible. They can be found inexpensively on Kijiji or any website that deals with local (private) sales & purchases. Have your supplies ready to go in the event that you need to move quickly.

    7. One thing I always take when I’m camping is a handy Katadyn water filter. You can put these in a muddy pool and still extract clean, safe drinking water that filters out all impurities from any water source down to two microns.

    8. If you are on a limited budget and feel that many of these items are just too expensive, then go to Kijiji, Ebay and even your local Dollarama store. You will be amazed at what you can buy for cheap.

    I’ll be putting up a YouTube video soon on this and other related topics. I’ll keep you posted.

    1. admiwrath says:

      After what a Muslim terrorist did yesterday in Quebec, we may need to follow your advice.

  2. The Lone Ranger says:

    And now Parliament Hill.

    It’s started, Admiwrath.

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