I have watched in horror as the city of Boston has been terrorized. I have been to Boston n many occasions.It once again looks like those responsible are jihadi scum. I am always heartened to hear from my friends at the Muslim Canadian Congress. My deepest sympathies to the wounded and their families . My those who lost their lives Rest In Peace. I hope the jihadis are caught and that the west will wake up to the jihadi threat .
Muslim Canadian Congress condemns Boston Terrorist Attacks
April 19, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OTTAWA - The Muslim Canadian Congress offers its deepest condolences to the victims and families of terrorism during the Boston Marathon.
We condemn this cowardly and barbaric act of terrorism without reservation. We consider this action as a crime against humanity.
Every time the media reports a terrorist attack, the world's law abiding Muslims hold their breath and pray, "Oh God, please, let it not be a Muslim."
“Regrettably, after four agonizing days, we find out yet again that this senseless slaughter was committed in the name of Islam,” said Salma Siddiqui, President Muslim Canadian Congress.
The actions of the Boston terrorists should force us all to reflect on the dangers of mixing religion and politics.
The Al-Qaeda inspired terrorists have successfully usurped the Islamic narrative and are using faith as their rallying call. And for too long politicians have pandered to Islamist organizations in the name of political correctness. It is time to collectively take on these organizations which thrive in our midst, while seeking to undermine our civilization and curtail our liberty.
“The MCC urges Muslim throughout the world to fight the terrorist cancer, which if not confronted, will affect the entire body of human civilization,” said Tahir Gora, Secretary General Muslim Canadian Congress.
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Salma Siddiqui, President MCC
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Tahir Aslam Gora, Sec General MCC
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