(April 22, 2013) – Canadian Security officials arrested two men on Monday for conspiring to carry out a terror attack on a transcontinental passenger train. Two non-Canadians, Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, a resident of Montreal and Raed Jaser, 35, a resident of Toronto are facing terror-related criminal charges for allegedly planning
By Fred A. Reed In an article first published in the Hamilton Spectator and later posted on IQRA.ca, Hussein Hamdani attempts to connect recent Quebec draft legislation on the niqab (face veil) with the independence movement. He concludes: “Quebecers continue to have a real difficulty dealing with ethnic minorities.
By Hussein Hamdani (Oct 31, 2009) – Hamilton has succeeded in attracting another major conference. The selection of the Hamilton Convention Centre as the site for the Inspired & Engaged Citizens: Canadian Muslim conference, is an endorsement of Hamilton to handle such a gathering. On Nov. 14, hundreds of Canadians
By Hussein Hamdani (Oct 18, 2009) – All Canadians should be offended when the federal government disowns Canadians abroad, especially if there may be religious or racial overtones involved. We should not tolerate a two-tier citizenship system in which some citizens get red carpet treatment while other citizens are abandoned