B.C. mosque removes link to anti-Semitic website following questions
The website of a B.C. mosque that federal charity auditors said received funding from Qatar included a link to anti-Semitic content that urged an “Islamic jihad” against Jews, denounced democracy and approved the killing of ex-Muslims.
The Islamic Society of British Columbia, which operates a mosque near Vancouver that has hosted federal and provincial politicians, appeared to have removed the link from its homepage after Global News contacted its lawyer for comment.
The Islam-Canada.com website is registered to the Islamic Society of B.C.’s former president Saadeldin Bahr. Until Wednesday, an “Education Centre” on the home page featured an “Islam Q & A” section that brought up a Saudi website where Jews were called “enemies.”
“The Jews are people of treachery and betrayal; it is not possible to trust them at all,” read a post on the formerly-linked site, Islamqa.info, which is run by a conservative Saudi cleric. “The hour (the Day of Judgment) will not begin until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them.”
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