Beyond Omar Khadr: Enforce Canadian Residency and Citizenship Regulations
- Jason Kenney(Immigration Minister),Vic Toews(Minister of Public Safety)
As Canadians deeply concerned with public safety and national security, we demand federal action in investigating and acting upon residents and citizens who have misrepresented their ties to terrorist and fundamental organizations to gain entry and/ or citizenship in Canada.
I own a legal firm north of Toronto and have extensive experience in human rights tribunals and immigration related litigation.
Omar Khadr, the terrorist convicted of killing American medic Sgt Speer in Afghanistan, is attempting to return to Canada. His family, who are known Pakistani terrorist sympathizers, gained Canadian citizenship despite clear ties to fundamentalist Islamic groups like al Qaeda.
Similarly, Canada is infested with Islamic individuals, groups, and mosques promoting hatred and genocide.
This year alone, Toronto’s East End Madrassah was caught with anti Semitic teachings in its curriculum. Additionally, the Walk In Islamic Info Centre, which advertises in the TTC and in street corner booths, was found to have website links to preachers promoting genocide and bigotry.
In July, Islamic street preacher Al-Haashim Kamena Atangana was found to be teaching followers that Western women who wear revealing clothing deserve to be raped. This individual also runs websites with links to groups promoting genocide and hatred.
Martin Collacott, former Canadian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and Senior Fellow with the authoritative Fraser Institute, has repeatedly stated that there has been inadequate screening of arrivals to Canada from terrorist infested regions, such as Pakistan and the Middle East.
Section 10(2) of the Canadian Citizenship Act states that:
A person shall be deemed to have obtained citizenship by false representation or fraud or by knowingly concealing material circumstances if the person was lawfully admitted to Canada for permanent residence by false representation or fraud or by knowingly concealing material circumstances and, because of that admission, the person subsequently obtained citizenship.
On July 19th, 2011, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced his intention to revoke the citizenship of 1800 people who have obtained their status through fraudulent means.
In view of widespread terrorism, genocide, and fundamentalism in certain regions of the world, and taking into account the recent epidemic of Islamic hate mongering and fundamentalism in Canada, it is reasonable to ask for an audit of all citizens and residents who have arrived in Canada from Pakistan and the Middle East over the last three decades.
Canadians United against Terror
We, the undersigned Canadians, urgently ask the Minister of Public Safety, Vic Toews, to initiate a full audit of immigration applications of Canadian citizens and residents who have arrived here since 1970 from Pakistan and the Middle East region.
Toews must review this information and provide the results to Immigration Minister Jason Kenney. If appropriate, Minister Kenney and his department should commence revocation procedures against all those who have committed fraud in obtaining residency and/or citizenship.
We Canadians, of all races, religions and cultures, have to live with the consequences of having Islamic fundamentalists and terrorists on our streets. .
We, as Canadians, have the right and duty to protect our borders from those who are likely to commit terrorist acts within our Canada.
The Beyond Omar Khadr: Enforce Canadian Residency and Citizenship Regulations petition to Jason Kenney(Immigration Minister),Vic Toews(Minister of Public Safety) was written by dharminder kumar,ashween singh and is in the category National Affairs at GoPetition.