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Dear Mr. Prime Minister Hon. Justin Trudeau, As a journalist, a member of PEN Canada and a member of CJFE, I agree with you what you have clearly said last Friday that freedom of the press is very important to you and Canada. You were saying this in the context of Chinese Foreign Minister’s angry remarks in Ottawa about a Canadian Journalist, Kevin Garratt, who has been jailed in China. But sadly I got harassed, humiliated and bullied by your three MPs on the following day in Mississauga in the wake of my rights for free press. On that harassing incident, I was about to call the police but then took a deep breath and decided to reflect in it the press. On a bright sunny Saturday afternoon, I saw MP Omar Alghabra walking to an event stage with two other MPs, Salma Zahid and Iqra Khalid. I was standing with my wife, Haleema Sadia and a few friends at the Halal Food Festival, Celebration Square Mississauga. As we knew all three MPs, my wife and I greeted them. My wife, an anchor person, asked MP Omar Alghabra to come to our TAG TV Studio. Alghabra blasted us in return and pointed out to me that I wrote a misleading article against him and the infiltration of Islamists to the liberal party. I answered that I didn’t write any misleading article. Then he opened his smart phone and showed me my article with the title, “Brotherhood Front Groups Target Canadian Parliament,” that was published in April 3, 2014. He accused me of attacking the Muslim Brotherhood, Jama’at-e-Islami and other Muslim groups in that article and called me a discredited journalist. He then lectured me about ethics of journalism for around fifteen minutes.
Well now it's muslims abusing muslims in Canada, and members of Parliament. The Muslim Brotherhood seem to be copping # from all over these last months, and i see Americian lawmakers are gaining in number to declare the brotherhood a terror group. www.clarionproject.org...
MP Salma Zahid jumped into the discussion and accused me of mentioning her name against previous government’s Bill C51 (that I never did). Then MP Iqra Khalid accused me of associating her with Jama’at-e-Islami. Sadly, the way those MPs surrounded and harassed me and my wife that Saturday afternoon prove my fears what I have expressed in the same article two years ago. I pondered that if my single article about my opinion on growing Islamic extremism is upsetting those Canadian Muslim MPs to that extent that they were so intolerant and humiliating to me and my wife (we are both Progressive Canadian Muslims who don’t necessarily buy their perception of Islam) and towards dissident thoughts, how could we expect them to create a bridge between the government and Canada’s diverse Muslim communities?
OTTAWA, ONTARIO – Canada’s newly elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau held a press conference on Friday, April 22nd 2016 that he said is very important to him. Trudeau has come out to the public regarding a problem he has been suffering for years, his addiction to marijuana. Some can say that the majority of Trudeau’s votes resulting in winning the election are from stoners who admire Trudeau for his love for marijuana and his actions to help legalize it.
Well, Trudeau has admitted that it was a total mistake.
“I have news that will surprise many people, news that I finally feel comfortable about coming out to the public with. I would first like to thank my wife Sophie for supporting me through my decision of coming out clean. I am addicted to smoking marijuana. I have been addicted for about three years now. I used to enjoy smoking but now it’s just something I do that I feel guilty about after. I am proud to say I have not smoked marijuana in one month and I hope to never.”
originally posted by: threeeyesopen
a reply to: Skywatcher2011
Where is your source for this ?
Also, sure smoking marijuana is addictive if you have an addictive personality.
Then again with that mental condition you'll become addicted to just about anything, seeing as addiction is a mental condition more often than not.
originally posted by: snowspirit
a reply to: Skywatcher2011
Bull. It's not even that psychologically addicting, and not the least bit physically addicting.