Ottawa Police Chief Bordeleau more worried about fictitious “backlash” against Muslim community than by promotion and funding of jihad coming from the Islamic organizations with which he is “building bridges
Corporal Nathan Cirillo was killed by a jihadist on Parliament Hill on October 22, 2014. Shortly after, Ottawa Police Chief Bordeleau sent a message of support to Muslim organizations that have transferred money to Hamas fund collector in the past. The same day, a terrorist praised by Hamas rammed his car into a crowd of commuters in Jerusalem, killing a three-month old infant and injuring seven others.
On October 22, 2014, shortly after Corporal Nathan Cirillo was killed by a jihadist on Parliament Hill, Ottawa Police Chief Bordeleau sent a message to Muslim leaders in the city to reassure them and invite them to contact the Ottawa Police Service if they fear “backlash.”
JihadWatch archived Hashmi’s Twitter message and added the following comments:
« The politically correct Ottawa Police Chief seems to have imbibed the lesson well: after every jihad attack, Muslims are the victims, and need special reassurances. Of course, there should be no “backlash” against any innocent people and almost certainly won’t be, but this endless pandering is grotesque. Who is reassuring non-Muslims about keeping them safe from jihad attacks? Who is calling upon Muslim leaders in Canada or anywhere else to back up their condemnations of jihad terror with real action against it, including programs to teach young Muslims to reject that understanding of Islam? »
On August 26, 2010, political correctness also led the Ottawa Police Service and the RCMP to hold a meeting to apologize for arresting Muslims suspected of terrorism during Ramadan.
At the time, both police services were criticized and Prime Minister Harper declared that “There is one law for all Canadians, and no religious group should expect special treatment when it comes to enforcement of the law.”
As far as we can tell, the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) has not published the full list of addressees who received Chief Bordeleau’s message. However, it is reasonable to think that the Police Chief sent his message to the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC), the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and others with whom the OPS is engaged in regular “bridge building” and “outreach” activities.
Many Muslim leaders involved in these “bridge building” activities with the Ottawa Police Service lead organizations that are an integral part of the Hamas support network in Canada.
Read it all and more at Ottawa Police Reach out to Islamist Groups After Terrorist Attack.
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