Jihad arrives in Canada

Ottawa shooter who killed a soldier and stormed parliament was recent convert to Islam.

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is the latest Jihad-Jack in Cannda, a follower of Muhammed.
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is the latest Jihad-Jack in Cannda, a follower of Muhammed.

A masked gunman who authorities say converted recently to Islam killed a soldier standing guard at Canada’s war memorial Wednesday, then stormed Parliament in an attack that was stopped cold when he was shot to death by the ceremonial sergeant-at-arms.

Canada’s prime minister called it the country’s second terrorist attack in three days.

  “We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated,” Prime Minister Stephen Harper vowed in an address to the nation.

Unfolding just before 10 a.m., while lawmakers were meeting in caucus rooms, the assault rocked Parliament over and over with the boom of gunfire, led MPs to barricade doors with chairs and sent people streaming from the building in fear.

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Stephen Harper is a strong supporter of Israel, and a true friend of Benjamin Netanyahu.

Harper was addressing a caucus when the attack began outside the door, but he safely escaped.

Source: The Times of Israel

The man who allegedly used a hunting rifle to attack Parliament Hill is 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian citizen with a lengthy criminal record who had recently converted to Islam.

Reportedly born and raised in Quebec, court records show that Mr. Zehaf-Bibeau spent much of his adulthood being charged with robbery and drug offences in Montreal, Aylmer, Que., and British Columbia.

Between 2004 and 2006, a “Zehaf-Bibeau” resided in Montreal’s Villeray-Saint Michel-Park Extension borough, and racked up a string of charges related to possession of marijuana and PCP.

On Dec. 7, 2004, when Mr. Zehaf-Bibeau was 22 years old, he pleaded guilty to possession of PCP and was sentenced to a 60-day prison term.

My comment:

Canadian PM Stephen Harper is a strong supporter of Israel. His support for the Jewish state has triggered the first Jihad attack on Canadian soil.

The only way to deal with the ideology promoted in the Koran, is to banish its distributors from your soil. Not only will the religion of the followers of Muhammad rob your children of their souls and salvation. Many of them will be deceived to become sons of the devil, join the global Jihad, and create great harm inside Christian communities. Societies that have been blessed for centuries by their faith in Jesus as God and Lord.

If the western civilization do not wake up, the Islamic carnage will spill over from the Muslim World. And one fine blue day, the sons of “allah” will come down your street, looking for a place to chop off your head.

May Jesus the Messiah wake up all sleepers and lukewarm people. Amen.

Written by Ivar

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18 thoughts on “Jihad arrives in Canada

  1. Westerners are stupid about Islam. They do not understand that Islam teaches that the Koran makes it a religious obligation for Muslims to wage jihad against all “infidels” until they are in control of the planet through a worldwide “caliphate” . And then the Koran further teaches that all but Muslims are second-class citizens under dhimmitude. Non-Muslims are subject to being robbed by excessive taxation or just killed outright should they dare to object to being enslaved by Islam.

    Islam turns troubled young men into power-hungry and blood-thirsty killers. The West had better wake up to the viper’s nest that has been dropped into their lap by free and open immigration. Due to their political leaders’ idiotic policies of “refugee” statuses being granted to the most radical of Muslims, they have guaranteed that we will see more of the same that we have already seen in the West. These radical Muslims gained access to the West often because they whined that they were being “persecuted” by the more conservative and dictatorial regimes in the lands that they fled. Those regimes were quite content to send their “problem” to the West. Islam is a religion from the pit of hell and is definitely NOT “a religion of peace”. That is a lie fabricated to placate the “infidels” until Muslims have sufficient numbers to take over the political process and replace our democratic laws (for which radical Muslims have open contempt) with their draconian Sharia law. The truth is staring us in the face.

  2. You sound like a radical terrorist yourself…one extreme to the next. Educate yourself before speaking about things you know nothing of, namely the doctrine of other religions. Actually, maybe you should educate yourself on your own religion before professing the evil in others. Hate is hate, no matter what Holy book you read…and “Christian” hate should be banished just as much as Muslim hate. Shame on you!
    Oh, and by the way, maybe this website should try and spend a couple of bucks on a professional editor because the spelling and grammar mistake are making my eyes bleed….hicks.

    1. Dear Tosmoke

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      I am sorry for the grammatical errors, and spelling mistakes. English is not my native language.

  3. Tosmoke,

    Prove that anything I said is false. You cannot. I do not hate the Muslim people–I hate no one. However, I hate their false and idolatrous religion. As does the Lord Jesus.

    1. If you kept up on current events, and not just listen to Fox News, you’d know that there are radical sides of all religions…ALL RELIGIONS. The true Muslim faith does not teach hatred at all.
      You cannot prove just as well as I cannot disprove your statements. You provide no sources from which you quote the Muslim Ideology…the true Muslim Faith, derived from the teachings of Mohammad. You simply make statements that are obviously not from a Muslim source, but a radical Christian one. I can state that you are an ax murderer, prove to me that you are not? Blanket statement are a very dangerous tool in this day and age.
      Instead of preaching the hate of others, why don’t you study, or at least, read the Qur’an. Education is key, and what you are spewing, as is mostly within this website, is not education but fear.
      All I am stating is this: The more I read comments and editorials like this, talking fear, hatred and intolerance, the more angry I get. There are extreme radicals in every religion, and we should be fearful of all of them. Do you agree with the teachings of the KKK? They were Christians, following their interpretation of the Word of God. I hope not. Same as with these extremists of the Muslim faith, they are living on the fringe of their religion, taking advantage of the weak minded and “converting” them to Islam. They are manipulative mind benders skewing a peaceful religion to suit their need for power.
      And the term “hick” was not a pejorative for “hate”, possibly contempt, criticism, disregard and disrespect, but not hate. And there is that generalization again…I wasn’t calling “people” that term, that was directed towards one person. And you don’t know if I call everyone a hick, or just the people that show “rural mannerisms, habits and preferences; anything which shows a lack of taste, sophistication and demonstrates general ignorance”. And you can quote me on that! (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=hick)

  4. Tosmoke,

    In the words of Bassam Tibi (who is, by the way, a Muslim himself), “… dhimmitude refers to non-Muslims being ‘allowed to retain their religious beliefs’ under certain restrictions”. He further describes that status as being inferior and a violation of religious freedom. You should learn about your own religion, Tosmoke.

  5. So what are you trying to say exactly?

    “Dhimmitude” is a neologism borrowed from the French language. It is derived by adding the productive suffix -tude to the Arabic noun dhimmi, which refers to a non-Muslim subject of an Islamic state.

    The term was coined in 1982 by the Lebanese President Bachir Gemayel, who was later assassinated, in reference to perceived attempts by the country’s Muslim leadership to subordinate the large Lebanese Christian minority. In a speech of September 14, 1982 given at Dayr al-Salib in Lebanon, he said: “Lebanon is our homeland and will remain a homeland for Christians… We want to continue to christen, to celebrate our rites and traditions, our faith and our creed whenever we wish… Henceforth, we refuse to live in any dhimmitude!”

    Perhaps you should first learn about the origin of the words you are using before quoting someone directly defining it…or in this case, defining it improperly. That word was actually used to protect, not alienate, or segment a portion of society.

    And why would you assume that I am Muslim? I am not. I am a Catholic living under the Archdiocese of Toronto. See what happens when you assume things? You think I’m a Muslim that is against you and what you are saying. I am a Catholic against you and what you are saying. Baptized under the same religion as you, university educated on world religions….just because I don’t agree with “your” religion, does not mean I am not of your religion.

    1. And perhaps you should learn more about those who were forced to live under “dhimmitude” (or whatever it is that you want to call it). It is a joke that it was, for the most part, used to “protect” Christians and Jews. It was a means of oppression in many, many areas that were dominated by Islam. Your Roman “church” did terrible things to the Byzantine Church in the Middle East and what they failed to accomplish (the annihilation of the Byzantine Church) the Muslims succeeded in accomplishing, against what was left of Byzantium. Your “church” and Islam are two of a kind–brutal and blood-thirsty. Oh, I recognize that the Roman “church” is now a pale reflection of the brutal institution it used to be but I have no doubt that it will once again ride the red horse one day. Your last pope (Benedict) even insinuated as much in one of his addresses to his cardinals a few years ago.

      Most Catholics are not Christians. They reveal who/what they follow by how they identify themselves. Why is it that they never identify themselves as followers of Christ–but rather as “Catholics”? It is quite likely because they are followers of the religion of the Roman “church”. I am not a practitioner of a “religion”–I am a follower of the Lord Jesus. You would do well to drop the hostility–it is unbecoming to one who is supposedly a follower of Christ. You also really should learn about what your “church” did to millions and millions of true followers of Christ.

      1. Judge not, that ye be not judged.
        For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
        And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?

        I am not judging, you are…follower of Christ.

        I do not think myself better than anyone because of my religion. I think of myself as a person that knows right from wrong and shows compassion to all. That is not because of my religion, that is because I am religious. The only hostility I read on this page is the broad stroking generalization of one religious group.

        I am a follower of Jesus too, but I don’t find it necessary to shove my beliefs down someone’s throat to make a point. If you’ll notice in my first comments on this page, I did not once indicate my religious beliefs, just my opinion…you were the one shouting Jesus this and Lord that. In fact, you thought I was Muslim because of my defence. Who’s hostile now? I asked for peace and understanding and you stood on the religious soap box on the corner touting the end of days.
        Grow a pair and show how much of a follower of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ…’cause I don’t think JC would be speaking to me the way you are now.
        Go volunteer in a soup kitchen for the less fortunate and do some real good for society.

  6. Aaaaand, Bassam Tibi was an educated man that advocated for integration of Muslims entering Europe. When it comes to Europe, Tibi distinguishes positive and negative elements of European culture. The positive ones are, according to Tibi, enlightenment, pluralism, civil rights and secularization. Tibi argues that there is a need for Europe to defend these values, especially in times of globalization and migration from Muslim countries. He criticizes European imperialism, arguing that it disrupted and deformed other cultures. Acknowledging that Muslim conquerors also did some wrong, Tibi argues that at least Muslim conquests were not driven by any kind of racism, unlike the European conquests.
    I would assume that you are of European descent?

    1. I am of European descent but my ancestors were children of the Reformation. Some of my ancestors were French Huguenots–a people who were martyred and cruelly oppressed by your “church”. Read up on the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre.

      All of the elements that Tibi approves of in European culture were promoted by the Reformation. Universal free education was also a project of Protestants–done so that free men could read the Bible in their own language. Your “church” sought to keep the masses ignorant and under oppression. The Roman “church” murdered William Tyndale for daring to bring the English a Bible in their own language and they nearly succeeded in murdering Martin Luther for translating the Bible into German (and other acts that the Roman “church” deemed unacceptable).

  7. True followers of Jesus do not engage in any kind of aggression toward others. The KKK were hardly followers of Jesus. Jesus’ disciples were rebuked by Him for even suggesting that they should resort to violence. You cannot say that about Mohammed.

    One of the things that Muslims do not understand about those who follow Jesus is that their works show whether they really belong to Him. True followers of Christ DO NOT murder others–nor do they murder themselves in the process of murdering others. Suicide bombers are unique to Islam and it is encouraged by many imams.

    1. Thank you for not directly refuting my comments without thinking or researching first.
      Taken directly from the KKK website: Bringing a Message of Hope and Deliverance to White Christian America! A Message of Love NOT Hate!

      So, they are not true followers of Jesus Christ…but they are Christians…aren’t all Christians like the KKK? You seem to think all Muslims are extremists, bend on bringing hell on earth to all infidels. So, all Muslims are extremists, and all Christians are like the KKK.

      And true followers of Jesus do not bring harm to anyone? Priests molesting children and ignored by the highest order in the Vatican? The Spanish Inquisition? Ordered by the Pope in the 12th century…the Pope is not a true follower of Jesus Christ?

      You seem to fail at understanding the string of words I am putting together. Can we at least agree that, in order for all cultures, creeds and religions to get along, is to expel the extremist ideology, stop reading their respective Holy book at it’s face value, and enter the modern world of community and service for others? Once that is understood (and we both know that will never happen), then and only then can we live in peace, accepting each other’s differences as beautiful, and not scarry…but I don’t think you will.

      I’m done, goodbye.

      1. wordbabbling,

        You said: And true followers of Jesus do not bring harm to anyone? Priests molesting children and ignored by the highest order in the Vatican? The Spanish Inquisition? Ordered by the Pope in the 12th century…the Pope is not a true follower of Jesus Christ?

        My comment? It’s sad that you assume true believers of Jesus Christ are catholics. There are too many lying deceiving religions in this day and age created by satan to deceive many.

        If anyone claims to be of Christ, and cause harm to another, then they are not of Christ.

        This is why Jesus tells us here: 1 John 4:1 Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.

  8. Tosmoke/wordbabbling (or whatever it is you are calling yourself),

    You said:
    “…So, they are not true followers of Jesus Christ…but they are Christians…aren’t all Christians like the KKK? You seem to think all Muslims are extremists, bend on bringing hell on earth to all infidels. So, all Muslims are extremists, and all Christians are like the KKK…”

    My response:
    I was very careful in my posts to avoid blaming all Muslims. I said “radical Muslims” repeatedly. I DO NOT blame all Muslims for the actions of a tiny minority. I have known a number of lovely Muslim people. I do not think that all Muslims are extremist anymore than I think all who identify as Catholics would support much of what has gone on in the Vatican or among pedophile priests.

    You said further:
    “…And true followers of Jesus do not bring harm to anyone? Priests molesting children and ignored by the highest order in the Vatican? The Spanish Inquisition? Ordered by the Pope in the 12th century…the Pope is not a true follower of Jesus Christ?…”

    My response:
    You have indicted your own “church”–please forgive me for finding this amusing. I would agree that the Pope is NOT a true follower of Jesus Christ. If he was, he would follow the word of God and insist that the organization under him do so as well. Jesus said, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples.” (John 8:31) He also said that you would know true believers by their fruits. The fruit produced by the Roman “church” is rotten to the core.

  9. I thought you said you were “done”?

    You said:
    “…Judge not, that ye be not judged.
    For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
    And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?…”

    My response:
    Thank you for quoting Scripture. If you knew the word a little better you would know that we are ORDERED by Scripture to judge those who claim to be believers and yet engage in terrible flagrant sin. (See 1 Cor. 5:11). The Word of God is a “two-edged sword”. The part that you failed to quote is “First remove the plank that is in your eye and then you will see clearly to remove the mote in your brother’s eye.” The Roman “church” has an enormous plank in its collective eye.

    You said:
    “I am not judging, you are…follower of Christ.”

    My response:
    Sorry, I laughed out loud at this bit of petulance.

    You said:
    “…I do not think myself better than anyone because of my religion. I think of myself as a person that knows right from wrong and shows compassion to all. That is not because of my religion, that is because I am religious. The only hostility I read on this page is the broad stroking generalization of one religious group…”

    My response:
    I also found this to be amusing since you were the one who compared all Christians to members of the KKK.

    You said:
    “…I am a follower of Jesus too, but I don’t find it necessary to shove my beliefs down someone’s throat to make a point. If you’ll notice in my first comments on this page, I did not once indicate my religious beliefs, just my opinion…you were the one shouting Jesus this and Lord that. In fact, you thought I was Muslim because of my defence. Who’s hostile now? I asked for peace and understanding and you stood on the religious soap box on the corner touting the end of days.
    Grow a pair and show how much of a follower of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ…’cause I don’t think JC would be speaking to me the way you are now….”

    My response:
    And do you think that He would countenance the above rant of yours to me?

    You said:
    “…Go volunteer in a soup kitchen for the less fortunate and do some real good for society…”

    My response:
    I give regularly to our local food bank and soup kitchen. I also volunteer to serve meals and I give to many charitable organizations. And you?

  10. I heartily agree, Gloria. Yes, the Catholic hierarchy know who God is but the writer of James says, even the demons know that. It is a matter of who one follows in his/her heart. Many in the Catholic hierarchy have proved that their heart belongs to Satan. And they lead many millions to their doom. In the words of the Book of Revelation, “”Come away from her, my people. Do not take part in her sins, or you will be punished with her…” (Rev. 18:4) The true faith is based on the eternal word of God. Catholicism is a religion that distorts the word of God and perverts the faith into the monstrosity that has attempted to justify the murder of untold numbers of Christian martyrs. But God Almighty sees and hears from heaven and He will exact justice.

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