Violence is so ingrained in Islam that it has never really stopped being at war, either with other religions or within itself. Muslims set themselves above all whether they be Hindu, Buddhist, Jew, Christians or any other belief.


Mustafa Khattab is a pivotal member of The Inter-Masjid Shura which is an umbrella structure that includes all major Muslim Brotherhood affiliated mosques that fund terrorism from within our nation. 

The > Edmonton based ‘Inter-Masjid Shura’ (IMS) has nine entities in its group  and our bad boy Mustafa Khattab formerly of the Al Rashid Mosque is one of them. Take a look at the funding of terrorism you Edmonton Oilers fans and do something about it while you still have sharia free games.

As to Egyptian born Dr. Mustafa Khattab, you can see the entirety of his resume at > Mustafa KHATTAB – Curriculum Vitae – Point de Bascule Canada.

He has been an extremely busy boy advancing the sharia.

His times serving as an Official Imam are listed as:  1) Islamic Society of Clemson, South Carolina, USA, September 2007 – January 2011. 2) Al-Rashid Mosque, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Feb. 2011 to Jan. 2013. 3) Masjid An-Noor, (Islamic Society of St Catharines), St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, October 2013 until present. Here he was also inserted into the additional role of ‘Muslim Adjunct Chaplain’, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, January 1, 2015 until the present.

It was during his time in Edmonton that he became most controversial, gaining notoriety for being the Islamic Hard-Core Sharia Advocate that he is. > 4:04   When he told his students to avoid homosexuals his views were recorded, published and drew criticism.  You can watch and listen, but I do not find him very articulate. So, here is a transcript of what Mustafa Khattab said when teaching students of the Edmonton Islamic Academy (a private Islamic school funded by the Government of Alberta) about how Muslims should treat homosexuals:

“It’s a good question about homosexual people, before I’ll answer the question I’ll talk briefly on homosexuality. Islamically, homosexuality is not allowed, okay. Maybe in the West, this is the culture, they try to abuse, to take advantage of freedom and this is what I’m always saying, the best thing I like about the West is freedom and worst thing about the West is too much freedom.

Insha’Allah [God willing], you are allowed to do whatever you want, but don’t go to the extreme, don’t go overboard. Homosexuality is against everything. It is against akhlaq [moral values]. It’s against nature or the way we are created.

The first law in physics is opposites attract and similars repel. You never heard of this law? I was a farmer for about 25 years of my life, to tell the truth I’ve never come across gay ducks or goats, it’s only human beings, humans that try – listen up – this is an important question. Humans, because they get bored of everything, just like a little kid, every time you give them something new, they like it the first day, then they break the toy, trying something new, and this what humans do. They try new stuff even if it’s wrong, because it’s cool Not everything new is cool, okay. You like to be cool just put yourselves the fridge.

So, homosexuality is not permissible. The reason the people of Lot peace be upon him were destroyed in Sodom and Gomorrah, because of this sin, so it is not permissible. Deal with someone, with a homosexual, in my view, as I said homosexuality is abnormal, this is not the norm.

So, for me, someone who is homosexual is like someone who has diabetes or someone who has cancer or AIDS, he has a special case and this person needs special treatment.

Can I talk to them? Why not? Just like I talk to everybody, ok. But, personally I don’t like to be associated with them.

One day, we were in California, in Los Angeles and we were sitting around a table, people from different faiths, people from different countries and the guy who was sitting next to me, we were talking for some time, I think he was a different person [last two words are inaudible] or something, we were talking about discrimination against people of different faiths Muslims, Christians from some countries, and Jews, and whatever, and this guy was sitting next to me.

He was seemed alright to me and we were talking. Then all of a sudden, he started talking about abuse and discrimination against homosexuals, and he said, ‘Personally, I’m a gay’ [students start laughing] and people abuse me all the time [students keep laughing, amused].

I was sitting next to the guy, I just like [shifting himself to the other side of the table in order to demonstrate taking distance from the homosexual who was talking to him] I moved my chair. I didn’t feel comfortable to sit next to the guy. Again, you can talk to them. Okay, let’s change this up. We have time to two more questions.”

Soon there werecritics urging the provincial gov’t to step in over his address surrounding homosexuality. He caused a bit of a political firestorm with the Alberta Liberals rushing to defend the homosexuals. Provincially, the Queer Coalition was higher on the agenda at the moment than was their garnering of Islamic votes. They stated the Edmonton Islamic Academy was promoting hate and intolerance and called on the province to pull $4 million in funding the school receives each year.

The threat to their government funding pot brought Muslim Brotherhood political influence to full attention to ensure this did not happen due to a ‘lame duck investigation’ by Education Minister Jeff Johnson. The man said his department investigated the comments and was satisfied that the school did not endorse the comments made by Khattab on the video. But, the ‘administration’ and school endorsed the man, and this was but the avenue taken for exit to let the ‘issue’ disappear into the media archives.

At the time Khattab spoke and emailed CBC news with the standard Islamic damage control lines of: “I agree I might have been unlucky in my choice of words, but I believe the comment was taken out of context and misrepresented.” The ‘context and the comments’ were exactly as was shown on the video, but the Brotherhood pattern of stating a bold-faced lie when caught in their propaganda war continued forward.

In one statement Khattab said he was only talking to the Edmonton junior high students during a lunch break, and not even in a classroom. He was adamant that the comments were made outside of school hours and the context was misunderstood. He claimed he was only responding to a student’s question about homosexuality and simply tried to use humor to make a point.

Such talk by Khattab was all garbage. Lunch breaks are within ‘school hours’, there is no evidence of anyone eating their lunch while he is addressing his ‘class’ on his subjects of prime doctrinal concern to the Muslim ummah worldwide. This was not a spontaneous ‘drop by’ speaking about necessity of Islamic separation from our general Canadian society and the Muslim views of the sin of homosexuality.  The talk was given in a ‘response to a question format’ of meetings employed by the Muslim indoctrination methodology. We have only the ‘captured clip’ which Khattab himself had uploaded to YouTube. This obviously was the ‘topical area’ of most importance to himself, one he felt should be available to all Muslim youth. He knew exactly what the content, context and purpose of his ‘simple use of humor’ was about. It is obvious the meeting was prearranged by the ‘administration’ and conducted in an ordered fashion in an assembly area sufficient to handle the group. It was arranged for their ‘esteemed Imam’.

The event occasioned in the fall and it was in the fall about one year later that Muslim Brotherhood factions determined our boy of issue needed to be withdrawn from the limelight and relocated. Thus, for reasons stated as having nothing to do with his published video comments on voting, homosexuality and sharia in general he stepped down from Imam of Al-Rashid Mosque and quietly departed Canada for Egypt.

The Muslim Brotherhood had him returned to Canada and reinserted him into their Canadian strategy at St. Catherines Ontario where about three years from the initial anti-homosexual video it resurfaced once again to haunt them. At this time > Khattab now states he regrets his anti-gay comments and that he has matured beyond such beliefs about homosexuals.

“I have grown and matured. I understand more of the culture. So, I wouldn’t make such a comment again. In the Qur’an, the act itself is condemned, he said. But to a human being, the person who is doing it, he’s just my brother or sister in humanity.

In a Muslim culture, it’s taboo for people to talk about their sex lives, said Khattab. And a person shouldn’t divulge their gay feelings because that might change, and then they would regret coming out, he said.

According to an Islamic teaching: “If you do something wrong, and God covers you, you shouldn’t expose yourself. Maybe one day you’re going to quick drinking, or drugs, or homosexuality and you’ll be stigmatized in the community, he said.

So, keep it to yourself, because God forgives, but people don’t forget.”

Very true statement Khattab that ‘God forgives, but people don’t forget’. And your words will again come back to haunt you for you have spoken too many times in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood. And it is public record that you endorse and fund their terrorist ideology and activities. People have not forgotten this and the Laws of Canada do not forgive it. They have just been delayed in being fully applied to you.

My advice is too quietly take your family and slip away to Egypt where you still have some hope to live out your lies. Scripture states “to him that is joined to all the living there is hope: for a living dog is better than a dead lion.”




It is a righteous action with God that this take place.


Galatians 4:16    Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?




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