On November 24, 2014, I was invited by the Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence in Ottawa to speak on security threats Canada faces at the hands of Islamic radicals, and to give my opinion on the much-touted de-radicalization programs of the RCMP that promotes Islamists to defang Jihadists. My straightforward talk did not go well by Liberal Party Senator Grant Mitchell who tried to insinuate that I was an Islamophobe. He then tried to put words in my mouth, at which point I had to set the record as well as the sad senator straight.
Here is a two-minute exchange between a Dhimmi and a Desi. You be the judge.
The prayer I refer to in my exchange is uttered by the Imam leading the Friday congregation, right across the world in every mosque. It specifically mentions Muslim victory over the ‘Qaum al-Kafireen,’ i.e., non-Muslims. Here it is:
Transliteration of the Arabic:
“…AAanna waighfir lana wairhamna anta mawlana faonsurna AAala alQawmi al-Kafireena.”
Here is the translation in English by Pickthall:
“Pardon us, absolve us and have mercy on us, Thou, our Protector, and give us VICTORY over the disbelieving folk [Kufaar].”