Local newscasts were cut back to the bare minimum. This had the effect of delaying the debut of The Journalwhich had to wait until January At issue were the rules governing the hiring of contract workers in preference to full-time hires.
The ICNA believes that Islam is not compatible with democracy, women are inferior and wife beating is permissible.
As a criminal and federal court expert on terrorism, specifically jihadist-based terrorism, my opinion is that the CBC has willfully assisted Islamists in the creation of the social, cultural and political spaces necessary for extremism to grow.
By deliberately sheltering even ISIS supporters acting out in Canada from public scrutiny, the state broadcaster is failing the Canadian public This failure appears willful, intentional, and consistent over time. Canada's state broadcaster, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation CBC consistently supports the Islamist cause, including direct cooperation with terrorist front groups.
This support extends to editing domestic Canadian stories to ensure that even ISIS is not criticized in the domestic context.
Given that the CBC is owned by the Government of Canada and funded by taxpayers with a billion dollar a year subsidy, the question arises as to whom they serve.
Additionally, five more Maisonneuve students had succeeded in leaving to be fighters in Syria and Iraq in Januarywhile four other Maisonneuve students had also tried to leave Canada in May of These included one student who was involved in a violent confrontation that resulted in the police being called.
The ISIS-supporting students had taken down the license plate numbers of the staff and had blocked non-Muslim students from using a common space. The CBC story only focuses on students with "loud voices. The Muslim Brotherhood is listed as a terrorist group in number of Middle Eastern countrieswhile the United Kingdom says that membership of, association with, or influence by the Muslim Brotherhood should be considered as a possible indicator of extremism.
The Motto of the Muslim Brotherhood is: Typically, the Arab language declaration called for a violent uprising while the English language version called for protests. Al Jazeera also has a history of glorifying extremist Islamist figures such as Osama bin Landen.
As the New York Times Magazine noted in November of"A huge, glamorous poster of bin Laden's silhouette hangs in the background of the main studio set at Al Jazeera's headquarters in Doha, the capital city of Qatar.
Al Jazeera had been seen for years as little more than a front for the Government of Qatar. The CBC began working with Al Jazeera on a documentary inimmediately after the Al Jazeera journalists had quit in protest in The Al Jazeera journalists in question had quit as they did not want to work for an organization that had told them to support, among others, the efforts of the Muslim Brotherhood and its government in Egypt.
With the Muslim Brotherhood's long-time affiliation to terror and violence, this is an understandable position. Out of the Shadowswas initially broadcast in May, The documentary was well received by some sections of the media.
Others, however, felt that the entire CBC effort was a whitewash and that the journalists involved lacked objectivity and balance. Among the complaints were that Omar Khadr was referred to as a translator, overlooking his conviction for murder. Omar Khadr's father and family were referred to as humanitariansagain overlooking his role as a financier of Al Qaeda.
Ahmed Sayed Khadr was noted by Al Qaeda as a "martyr" and he was complimented for throwing his son Omar in the furnace of battle. Omar Khadr was never asked about how he felt about making explosives for the jihadist cause. Further complicating the issue was that Canada at the time was using its air force to bomb ISISa group which Qatar was often seen to be supporting.
Canadian special forces were also on the ground in undetermined locations at the same time, believed to be supporting local opponents of ISIS. For CBC to be cooperating with Qatar and its mouthpiece Al Jazeera while the Canadian military had forces on the battlefield is questionable, although probably not illegal.
Whether CBC should have disclosed these issues is still a question. Editorial Policies and "Immersion Piss Christ" The CBC claims that it respects religious sensibilities, a "moral signal" repeated after the jihadist murders of 12 writers and cartoonists at the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo in January The email stated that "We are being consistent with our historic journalistic practices around this story, not because of fear, but out of respect for the beliefs and sensibilities of the mass of Muslim believers about images of the Prophet.
Similarly, we wouldn't publish cartoons likely to dismay or outrage mainstream followers of other religions. When discussing the idea of publishing the Mohamed cartoons, he was quoted as saying: That was indeed, without embarrassment, as an act of respect not only for Islam but for all religions.
The announcement noted that " Burman used to head up the CBC. This consists of an "award winning photo" in which a plastic crucifix is submerged in a small glass tank of the artist's urine.
The story contains the image, which directly contradicts Burman's statement that they could "easily describe the drawings in simple and clear English without actually showing them. In a scathing article, a CBC reporter describes how "Religion most often involves a deep commitment to telling other people how to live their lives.
Running a story on party leader Andrew Scheer is completely acceptable, it seems, and questions about his faith are fair points of discussion.
CBC's institutionalized bias is highlighted, not by how it treats Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, but rather its silence on how it treats others. Canada's Saudi born Liberal junior cabinet minister Omar Algebra is an open supporter of Sharia Law and has a long series of dubious connections to Islamist front groups.The latest news from across Canada and around the world.
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