Multiculturalism

crrns_control April 29, 2018

Dear friends, I cannot express the depths of my sadness at the tragic incident that shook Willowdale on Monday, April 23rd. Those killed and injured are etched in our thoughts, and our hearts go out to all their loved ones. This monstrous act cut short the lives of people with bright futures and has interrupted […]

crrns_control March 2, 2018

Brooke Goldstein: “The Court looked under the mask of the so-called BDS movement and found illegal discrimination against Israelis.” ALICANTE, SPAIN — A court in Alicante yesterday ruled that the adoption of an anti-Israel boycott by a local municipality was illegal and in violation of anti-discrimination laws. The City Council of Pedreguer passed a decision […]

crrns_control February 25, 2018

Since lifting visa requirements for Romanian nationals last December, almost 300 people have claimed asylum in Canada, immigration official Paul McKinnon told the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration meeting on February 15, 2018. The spike in asylum claims is an increase of almost 300% since, by McKinnon’s own admission, the total number of asylum […]

crrns_control January 3, 2018

Braving the freezing cold and waving flags of Canada and Israel, a group rallied together in front of the Israel Consulate at Bloor and University, to express their appreciation to President Trump for his official recognition in the UN, of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. It ends a policy of discrimination against Israel which […]

crrns_control December 25, 2017

A popular Australian Muslim scholar who has become known for publicly speaking out against radical Islam slammed Justin Trudeau’s policy of attempting to re-integrate returning ISIS fighters by calling him a “clown with a diplomatic passport”. With a Facebook following of over 70,000 people, Tawhidi, who famously called Islamic terrorists “devil in the flesh”, shared […]

crrns_control December 16, 2017

In the dark days of WW2, when the Nazi killing machine was rolling over Poland, France, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia – one country refused to abandon its Jewish citizens. Not only did Bulgaria save all of its 50,000 Bulgarian Jews, but by the end of the war their numbers rose to 52,000. Bulgaria was the only […]

crrns_control December 16, 2017

December 13, 2017: Bahram Ghasemi, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesperson, announced that Canada and Iran will hold an “expert level” meeting to discuss the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Harper’s Conservatives viewed Iran as a significant threat to international peace and security due to the Iranian regime’s nuclear ambitions, its continued support for […]