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Asad Jafri & Co.: Ontario’s hate mongering misfits

By ALAN SIMONS
 
This past week in Toronto, Canada, a group of morally defunct raving pro-Iranian, Hezbollah, hate mongering misfits, received a permit to hold an Al-Quds Day Rally at Queen's Park, the seat of the Ontario Provincial Government. Their message, elucidated by Imam Zafar Bangash of the Islamic Society of York (Toronto) region, to a group of Hezbollah flag waving cronies and young children, included racist statements such as, "This black man in the White House, Barack Obama," and "He would rather have Americans starve to death but he cannot say no to the Zionist parasitical state." He added, "That is what makes them racists, that is what makes them inhuman, that is what makes them barbarians."
 
Flag of the terrorist organization Hezbollah
 
Not to be outdone, the Imam was accompanied by none other than Toronto born and Iranian trained, Asad Jafri, a militant antisemitic mullah. Asad Jafri openly supports the international terror organization Hezbollah. His message to the motley crowd included, "The Zionist regime that sucks the resources, the blood and everything that belongs to all the people across the world..."
 
Sounds familiar? In Toronto, you say? The city, as described on the City of Toronto's website where, "Diversity of race, religion and lifestyle help define and set Toronto apart from other world cities." Oh yeah?
 

The Khomeinist agent Syed Asad Jafri of Toronto, Canada
The Khomeinist agent Syed Asad Jafri of Toronto, Canada.

According to Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, "Asad Jafri was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He grew up in a very active Islamic community under the leadership of Hujjatul Islam Syed Mohammed Zaki Baqri. In 1998, Syed Asad graduated from his Bachelor of Computer Science program in the US. He worked for IBM from 2000-2004. In the year 2004, he, along with his family, travelled to Iran and entered the Hawza to pursue Islamic studies with his wife. He began his Tabligh missions in 2006 with stops across different cities in the US and Canada. He has travelled to such cities as Dallas, Atlanta, San Jose and Phoenix... He continues to study and reside in Qum."
 
The Khomeinist mullah maulana Zaki Baqri a.k.a. Mohammed Zaki Baqri of Toronto, Canada and Alipur, Karnataka, India.
 
Another speaker described Israel as a cancer.
 
Referring to the rally, the liberal Muslim and acclaimed Canadian author Tarek Fatah, who wrote the book, "The Jew is Not My Enemy," in a TV interview said that what bothers him is not so much the rhetoric and cliché spoken by Zafar Bangash, "as much as his notion that an Islamic army of Muslims will rise up and liberate that entire region [Israel]."
 
Fatah added, "This is being said not in Urdu or Arabic or Persian or Turkish so you as a mainstream Canadian cannot understand. He is speaking in English and he is thumbing his nose, he is showing his middle finger to Canada and the United States and what he's saying is: You can't do a dam thing about what I say, because you are cowards and too busy watching your football games, you're too busy enjoying your weekends and cottages, while we are infiltrating your institutions and taking over, and you do not have the courage to stop us."
 
Are Canadians too complacent in allowing hate-mongering individuals as Zafar Bangash and Asad Jafri to spread their vile messages? Hate, religious intolerance, virulent Judeophobia, be it promoted by one individual or many, must not be allowed in our society, irrespective of where one lives. The sickness that spews out of the mouths of people such as Zafar Bangash and Asad Jafri must be stifled.
 
 
Originally Titled: CANADA: Ontario’s hate mongering misfits
​Photos added by the Islamic Counterterrorism Institute

Hezbollah on Syria: Manipulating Both Shiites and Sunnis

 
Did Hezbollah's three years of war experience in Syria improve its combat capabilities but also drain it?
 
Hezbollah’s constant brag about alleged improved combat abilities due to the terror entity’s interference in and occupation of Syria are meant for primarily propaganda purposes. Hezbollah’s war capabilities were already excellent prior to the Syrian civil war. Indeed, the 2006 War between Israel and Hezbollah clearly demonstrated the latter’s superb combat prowess.
 
Moreover, one must not separate Hezbollah from Iran -- historically a major world power -- for they are organically-linked. Iranian commanders are already highly experienced with large deployments and siege warfare. These same commanders can and do lead Hezbollah combat formations in Lebanon and Syria. The presence of high-ranking Iranian Pasdaran (Guard; a metonym for ​Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution, or IRGC) officers along with Hezbollah cadres was highlighted on January 18, 2015, when Israel attacked a joint Pasdaran-Hezbollah leadership convoy in Mazraat Amal, near Quneitra, Syria. The attack resulted in the killing of several high profile Hezbollah members as well as IRGC Brigadier General  Mohammad Ali Allahdadi.
 
The intent of Hezbollah propagandists is to keep their entity’s Shiite embracing environment in Lebanon emotionally charged and attempt to convince former and any remaining Sunni-Arab supporters that combat in Syria provides the war skills necessary to inevitably defeat Israel and, in the words of Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, conquer “Galilee and beyond Galilee.”
 
Shiite communities are historically inherently conditioned to tolerate very heavy losses to both lives and properties, for the suffering and sacrifices of Ahlulbayt (the Household of Prophet Muhammad), particularly the Third Infallible Imam, al-Husayn ibn Ali, in Karbala, Iraq, are remembered by many Shiites on daily basis.

How the Assads won the West over

Members of the Free Syrian Army based in the vicinity of Khirbet al Joze, near Jisr Al Shughour in north-western Syria, near the Turkish border, pledged to fight the Syrian regime until the complete liberation of Syria from Bashar al-Assad and his fascist thugs.

Under Bashar Assad, Syria was a second-rate Arab power. There was no “peace process” to lend it regional relevance; Assad soon lost Lebanon; and the Bush administration’s objectives in Iraq ran against those of Syria, so engagement became futile. Damascus could siphon jihadists into Iraq; it could, with Iran, turn Hamas against Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestine Liberation Organization; and it could cooperate with Hezbollah to reverse the shaky independence that Lebanon gained in 2005.


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