Federal jobs program gives funding to hate preacher's group
Using the politicized Canada Summer Jobs grant, the Trudeau government recently gave funding to a controversial hate preacher who's the subject of a criminal complaint.
The Islamic Humanitarian Service in Kitchener, Ont., was approved by the Trudeau government to receive the grant in 2018, according to the government's public registry of approved organizations.
This organization is also in the news this week following its participation in the racist and hateful al-Quds Day rally held on June 9. Al-Quds is an annual march, started by the Islamic Republic of Iran's radical Mullahs, dedicated to the destruction of the world's only Jewish country.
The march frequently features anti-Semitic speeches and chants, and some rally-goers wave terrorist flags and show their open support for jihadist organizations like Hezbollah.
One of the largest and most radical rallies takes place each year in Toronto, on the grounds of Queen's Park. This year's rally caught the attention of Ontario's premier-designate Doug Ford, who denounced the rally as "racist" and "anti-Semitic."
"Our government will take action to ensure that events like Al Quds Day, which calls for the killing of an entire civilian population in Israel, are no longer part of the landscape in Ontario," Ford said on Twitter.