Trudeau is as guilty of anti-Semitism as the deputy to the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, Abbas Shoman.
As a senior official in Egypt’s most prestigious Sunni Islamic authority in the world he said all condemning Islamist views of Jews should “go to hell”.
He was slamming a controversial French manifesto that calls for certain passages of the Quran to be redacted as > reported. in the local daily Masry al-Youm.
“The > manifesto published on Sunday in the Parisian newspaper blamed “Islamist radicalization” for what it said was “quiet ethnic purging” in the Paris region, with abuse forcing Jewish families to move out.
The nearly 300 signatories, who include ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy and former prime minister Manuel Valls, called for Quranic verses that support the “murder and punishment of Jews, Christians and disbelievers” to be removed.
Yet, the French manifesto was not just talking about the murder of Jews at the hands of Islamist radicals. It was talking about the culture of anti-Semitism being promoted by this ideology. And this is the ideology being promoted by Justin Trudeau.
The fact is that there are dozens of references to Jews in the Qu’ran that are extremely negative. For example, saying they are cursed by God and will be turned into apes, monkeys and pigs.
As to Jihad Justin, his father Pierre Elliot Trudeau is documented as being one of the worst of anti-Semites. > Pierre Trudeau, conformist – The Globe and Mail
And Jihad Justin is a gutless bastard, perhaps even worse than the dog that raised him.
“> Justin Trudeau’s political policy of cowardice was on full display at the United Nations as Canada’s ambassador to the UN abstained from a General Assembly vote to nullify the American recognition of Jerusalem as the capital Israel.
The vote result was 128 to 9 in favor of rendering the American declaration null and void. Canada joined 35 other countries who couldn’t do the right thing, the way the Americans have.
The UN thinks they have the authority to decide where a sovereign nation places its embassy and where another makes their capital.
Canada’s Foreign Affairs Department issued a bland, noncommittal statement:
“We are disappointed that this resolution is one-sided and does not advance prospects for peace to which we aspire which is why we have abstained from today’s vote.”
We are a country that has always punched above our weight, in ways and during times I think the liberal-left would love to write out of history.
But today we abandoned two of our closest allies— Israel and the United States— not in battle, but in a bureaucratic vote in the safety of an auditorium.
We’ve gone from Stephen Harper in 2014 promising Israel “through fire and water, Canada will stand with you” to Trudeau’s “sorry bro, not today.”
Real Canadians are not Trudeau’s “sorry bro, not today anti-Semite hypocrites.”
SEE THE END OF TRUDEAU BEFORE 2019