This is the natural progression of what I witnessed last night. This is happening at breakneck speed. Islamic anti-semitism is very real. It is Islamic doctrine, and no matter how many well meaning non-Muslims avoid talking about it or addressing it, we will not be able to avoid the consequences of avoiding it.
It is the next catastrophe:Toronto Muslim, student at York University, calls for genocide on website called "Filthy Jewish Terrorists"
He also says, "if there were any planned attacks against Canadian/American soldiers by 'Muslim militants' in Canadian soil, I'd support it."
Clear and present danger. "Toronto man investigated again for hate writings," by Stewart Bell for the National Post, March 3:
TORONTO -- Just months after Ontario decided not to charge a Toronto man with hate crimes, partly because he was undergoing rehabilitation, he is again being investigated over his online writings on a website called Filthy Jewish Terrorists.
Police are probing Salman Hossain's recent postings on the Arizona-based Internet site on which he writes harshly about Jews, Christians and moderate Canadian Muslims, whom he calls "traitors."
He refers to Jews as "diseased and filthy," "the scum of the earth," "psychotic" and "mass murderers" and writes that "a genocide should be perpetrated against the Jewish populations of North America and Europe."
In addition, he blames Jews for terrorist plots, such as the Toronto 18 bomb conspiracy, which was the work of Islamist extremists. He also praises God for "the victorious resistance operations" in Afghanistan.
Abbee Corb of the Hate Crimes Extremism Investigative Team, which is made up of representatives of 13 Ontario municipal police forces, confirmed yesterday that an investigation was underway. [...]
"It's pretty hard to believe that in the 21rst century there is a blogger right here in Canada who calls for the genocide of the Jewish people. Can it get any worse than that?" Mr. Farber said.
Dave Ross, a spokesman for the Ontario Provincial Police, said yesterday the Hate Crimes and Extremism Unit of the force's anti-terror section "was aware of a site and is conducting an investigation."
Counter-terrorism investigators first took notice of Mr. Hossain, who claims to know the ringleader of the Toronto 18 plot, three years ago after he posted messages online supporting terrorist attacks in Canada.
"We should do that here in Canada as well," he wrote at the time. "Kill as many Western soldiers as well so that they think twice before entering foreign countries on behalf of their Jew masters ... if there were any planned attacks against Canadian/American soldiers by 'Muslim militants' in Canadian soil, I'd support it."
After the National Post first reported on the investigation of Mr. Hossain, students at University of Toronto at Mississauga began a campaign to have him expelled or suspended for tarnishing the image of Canadian Muslims and the campus. Almost 500 people joined a Facebook page calling for his expulsion.
The Ontario Provincial Police hate crimes and extremism unit conducted a lengthy investigation and brought the case to Ontario Attorney General Chris Bentley last year.
After reviewing the case, however, Mr. Bentley decided not to press criminal charges because he said Mr. Hossain had taken down the postings in question, had refrained from similar conduct for over a year and was undergoing rehabilitation.
But Mr. Hossain is now posting on filthyjewishterrorists.com, where he writes that he is now at York University and that "there are tons of Jews on campus." A York spokesman confirmed he is a student.
"No one in this world can take our history away from us..."