July 12, 2006

July 12, 2006: CCD-terror attacks in Mumbai and Kashmir

There are several links for more information on Mumbai on newsbeat1, as well as from various media sources.

Related: Frost Hits the Rhubarb: July 11, 2006: RCMP admit 50,000 missing Canadian passports -- CCD's David Harris: a link

* AM940 Radio interviews David Harris on 50,000 missing Canadian passports

What follows is a media release from CCD.

CCD stands with India against terror attacks in Mumbai and Kashmir

Toronto, Canada, Tuesday, July 12, 2006 - Terrorists today launched grenade attacks in Srinagar, Kashmir and bombed eight commuter trains in Mumbai, India. The terrorists targeted innocent civilians, killing over 180 and injuring or maiming over 450.

Intelligence reports indicate that these atrocities are the work of radical Islamic organizations, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LeT) and the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI). LeT is designated as terrorist entity in Canada.

"This massacre has all the hallmarks of radical Islam," said Alastair Gordon, President of the Canadian Coalition for Democracies (CCD). "Our government must clearly identify the enemy, and condemn the propaganda that claims poverty, marginalization, Israel or foreign policy played any role in these barbaric attacks.

"The Harper government must also educate Canadians that there is a global movement slaughtering innocents in Kashmir, India, Israel, Bali, London, Madrid, Sinai, Algeria, Russia, Sudan, Thailand, Philippines, United States and dozens of other places around the world,"
added Gordon. "And the same movement that delivered today's carnage may well have achieved even greater bloodshed in Toronto had they not been apprehended by our security forces.

"Canada's armed forces in Afghanistan are on the forefront of the war that has been declared against us, and it is they who will prevent that nation from again becoming a secure incubator for exporting this kind of terror to Canada and other free nations."

The Canadian Coalition for Democracies stands with India and the Indian diaspora in their time of sorrow and loss. We also share their anger and determination to crush those who pervert the multicultural tolerance of free societies to promote terror.

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David Harris, Senior Fellow for National Security




I concur with the CCD. It is not poverty nor anything but sheer clear evil at work. Time to man the barricades.

Also, stop reporting respectfully every whimper from duplicitous imams to begin. Start the journalism and expose their lies.


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