"...for Islamic Thought says its purpose is to teach young Muslims how to apply Islamic ideas to Canada’s pluralistic society and 'prepare young minds that will take up the mantle of the Muslim community'.”Heck... don't take this guy's word for it... go visit their website...
But Tamimi has loudly renounced democracy, explicitly praises suicide bombers, and he’s said he’d even be happy to blow himself up in Israel: “It’s the straight way to pleasing my God and I would do it if I had the opportunity.”
Tamimi distinguishes good Muslims from their adversaries this way: "We love death. They love life."
Al-Fauz Institute takes an activist's approach to Islamic education: where knowledge must be directly linked to activism geared towards the upliftment of the community.**********
UPDATE: Had a visitor from Al-Fauz institute...
...someone with Webmaster Administrator authority. Curiously, the IP address 126.96.36.199 points to Georgia... and not Mississauga.
RELATED: That sounds so familiar
Omar Shaban, who lives in Vancouver, BC made these comments on his Facebook page, declaring, “It’s finally Canada Day ... Couldn't be more ashamed to be Canadian.”*