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    FAQs about CAIR-CAN’s name change

    Original address: http://www.caircan.ca/NCCM_FAQ.PDF

    Date: July 6, 2013

    Original title: The New Name: Frequently Asked Questions

    1. Why did you change your name to the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM)?

    For 13 years, CAIR.CAN has had a successful track record as a grassroots advocate for civil liberties and civic engagement and for mutual understanding between Canadian Muslims and their fellow citizens. We are deeply proud of our work and our team.

    CAIR.CAN felt that we needed to look to the future – far ahead in fact – to meet the growing needs and aspirations of Canadian Muslim communities from coast to coast. Since our founding in 2000, we have developed from a fledgling Canadian organization into one whose professionalism and accomplishments have made us a leader in promoting civic engagement and protecting civil liberties.

    In short the new name, the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), best reflects our Canadian focus as a prominent voice for a broad and diverse spectrum of Canadian Muslim communities.

    2. Why did you originally choose CAIR.CAN as your name?

    At the time of CAIR.CAN’s beginnings in 2000, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in the United States had established itself as a pioneering civil liberties advocacy organization for American Muslims. They had developed best practices and extensive knowledge in this important area.  

    It was hoped that CAIR would provide a model that would serve Canadian Muslims equally well. And it has. However, there was never any operating or funding relationship between CAIR.CAN and CAIR, and CAIR.CAN focused entirely on issues affecting Canadian Muslims, independently of CAIR.

    As the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), we will continue to share best practices and insights with our civil liberties partners here in Canada and indeed in North America.

    3. Does this name change mean that you are changing your mission and work?

    Absolutely not. Our vision, our mission and our work remain exactly the same as before when our name was CAIR.CAN. We aim to be the leading voice that enriches Canadian society through Muslim civic engagement and the promotion of human rights. Our mandate is to protect the civil liberties of Canadian Muslims, promote their public interests and challenge Islamophobia.

    Indeed, NCCM remains Your Voice, Your Future.

    4. Will NCCM be expanding the scope of its work across Canada?

    NCCM (formerly CAIR.CAN) will be working diligently in the coming days, weeks and months to engage and work with local Muslim communities across Canada on issues of human rights and civil liberties, active citizenship, anti-discrimination efforts and overcoming Islamophobia. We are committed to expanding our services and listening to and working with mosques, Islamic centres, and community associations to ensure that the concerns of Canadian Muslims are given a fair hearing on the national stage.

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    Press release – CAIR-CAN becomes the National Council of Canadian Muslims

    Original address 1: http://www.caircan.ca/itn_more.php?id=3216_0_2_0_M

    Original address 2: http://www.caircan.ca/NCCM_PR.PDF

    Date: July 6, 2013

    Original title: CAIR.CAN Evolves – Introducing the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM)

    (Ottawa, Canada – July 6, 2013) The Canadian Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR.CAN), a prominent national Muslim civil liberties organization founded in the year 2000, today proudly unveiled its new name and logo.

    “As of July 6, 2013, CAIR.CAN will be known as the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) or the Conseil National des Musulmans Canadiens (CNMC). This change represents a natural evolution for the organization. Our new name better reflects the Canadian heritage and focus of the organization as well as its ongoing vision to be a leading voice that enriches Canadian society through Muslim civic engagement and the promotion of human rights,” says NCCM Board Chair Kashif Ahmed.

    “In thirteen short years, CAIR.CAN has developed from a fledgling organization into one whose professionalism and accomplishments in the fields of civil liberties, media engagement, advocacy and outreach have positioned it as a leader in promoting civic engagement and mutual understanding between Canadian Muslims and their fellow citizens. We are proud to move forward from strength to strength under our new name,” says NCCM Vice-Chair Khalid Elgazzar.

    “We remain the same organization our constituents and partners have come to rely on to represent a broad and diverse spectrum of Canadian Muslims. Our vast body of work is a matter of public record and of which we are very proud. Under our new name, we will both continue and widen our work as successful advocates for civil liberties and champion the role of diverse communities in upholding Canadian pluralism,” says NCCM Executive Director Ihsaan Gardee.

    Today, the organization is holding concurrent launch events in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver to announce the new name to communities and supporters.

    CONTACT:

    Ihsaan Gardee, NCCM Executive Director, 613.254.9704 or 613.853.4111
    Kashif A. Ahmed, NCCM Board Chair, 613.254.9704
    Khalid Elgazzar, NCCM Vice-Chair, 613.254.9704

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    Original address: http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/sunnews/straighttalk/archives/2013/07/20130717-073323.html

    Author: Tarek Fatah
    Source: QMI Agency, July 17, 2013

    Original title: Trudeau panders to Islamists, again

    Remember last year when Justin Trudeau addressed a gender-segregated gathering of Islamists in downtown Toronto? An event that was sponsored by IRFAN-Canada, a group that Canada Revenue Agency said "is an integral part of an international fundraising effort to support Hamas"?

    Well, now as leader of the Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau has done it again. This time he has graced with his presence the Islamist group Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) whose parent organisation in the United States has been listed by the U.S. Justice Department as an "Unindicted Co-Conspirator" in a terror funding trial.

    Although ISNA was never charged with any crime, U.S. government prosecutors listed it as one of the "entities who are and/or were members of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood."

    None of this seems to have been a concern for Trudeau who spent an evening at ISNA's Islamic Centre last week to break fast with the congregation during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

    Lost to Trudeau was the fact, ISNA was an active promoter of Sharia in Ontario's Family Law Courts during the 2004-2005 debate. The fact representatives of ISNA have defended polygamy and refused to renounce the doctrine of armed jihad or the agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood in Canada, was of no consequence.

    Trudeau's visit to the controversial Islamic Centre would have passed unnoticed had it not been for another Muslim group that was upset at him for endorsing conservative Islamists while ignoring liberal Muslims. In a statement, the secular Muslim Canadian Congress (MCC) slammed Trudeau, saying they "are deeply disappointed that Justin Trudeau continues to appease known Islamist organizations."

    MCC President Mumtaz Khan "urged Canadian leaders to exercise due diligence before they lend credibility to Islamist groups who are known to have links with Saudi institutions." He was alluding to the fact ISNA has received funds from Saudi sources in the past. Khan cautioned Canadian politicians to stop "chasing vote banks while being blind to who they validate," terming such a tactic as "a very risky path for Canadian politicians to take."

    ISNA Canada's reliance on Saudi funding sources was reported by the Globe and Mail in November 2005 when it revealed, the late King Fahd had given $5-million (U.S.) and an annual grant of $1.5-million to the ISNA's Islamic Centre in Toronto.

    And even if one were to give Trudeau and his advisors the benefit of doubt that they did not know of ISNA's "unindicted co-conspirator"status in the U.S. or that it is funded by Saudi money, how could they have missed the recent news about ISNA's internal financial scandals?

    In January 2011 a Toronto Star report on ISNA was headlined: "Muslim charity squandered money for poor."

    It was reported that ISNA had "been paying its office costs and personal expenses with the money devout members donated to help the poor and needy."

    Certainly someone in Trudeau's staff must have read that an audit of ISNA Canada revealed: "Mismanagement of more than $600,000 ... the practice of giving free perks to family members of a top official; the improper issuing of charitable tax receipts; and the diversion of charity money to private businesses."

    Of the one million Muslims in Canada and the hundreds of community centres across the country, Justin Trudeau managed to choose a group listed as an "unindicted co-conspirator"in a terror funding trial, a group that receives money from Saudi Arabia, backs polygamy and sharia, and one that is involved in an internal financial scandal.

    And he expects us Canadians to trust him as our prime minister? No sir, not until you grow a spine and stand up for our values with pride.


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    Author: Sean Gordon
    Source: The Gazette, November 23, 2004, p. A18

    Original title: Charity a front for terrorists, Day alleges

    Based in Mississauga, Ont.; A reconstituted version of group identified as Hamas fundraiser: Tory Conservative MP Stockwell Day wants Ottawa to investigate a Mississauga, Ont., charity he alleges has been operating as a front for a Palestinian terrorist organization.

    Day called on federal officials to study the charitable status of the International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy, which he said operates as a front for Hamas, which has been listed as a terrorist group by the federal government.

    "Even Saudi Arabia has now announced it is going to shut down all those types of organizations within their country. When will our country at least rise to Saudi Arabia's standard and shut down these groups that are raising money for Palestinian terror groups?" Day asked in the House of Commons.

    Responding to Day, Revenue Minister John McCallum said he wouldn't comment on specific charities, but added his department routinely "solicits information from Canadians and conducts vigorous audits to root out and remove the charitable status of illegitimate charities in this country."

    An IRFAN official in Ottawa refused to comment.

    Joseph Ben-Ami, a spokesperson for Jewish rights group B'nai B'rith, called on Ottawa to "thoroughly investigate" IRFAN Canada and strip its charitable status if it turns out any funds made their way into Hamas coffers.

    Day said federal records indicate IRFAN Canada, which also has offices in Ottawa and Montreal, raised more than $10 million from 2000-03. He said a report by an Israeli researcher suggests that IRFAN is a reconstituted version of another group called the Jerusalem Fund.

    That foundation, Day said, was identified in a secret Privy Council Office memo in May 2000 as a front for Hamas.

    The allegations voiced by Day originate with the Canadian Coalition for Democracies -- an Israel-friendly group that describes itself as a "multi-ethnic, non-profit, non-partisan organization working to change foreign policy."

    The organization said IRFAN shares the same mailing address and directors as the Jerusalem Fund.


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    Source: Edmonton Journal, January 12, 2006, p. A5

    Original title: Charity sues Day over terror-link accusation

    TORONTO - A registered charity is suing Conservative foreign affairs critic Stockwell Day for allegedly accusing the group of raising funds for the terrorist organization Hamas.

    The International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy, which says it has contributed to aid projects in Indonesia, Palestine and Guyana, alleges it was defamed at a news conference held by Day and two other defendants in Ottawa in November 2004, according to a statement of claim. The claim was filed Sept. 22, 2005, in Toronto, but wasn't served to Day until Jan. 4 in Penticton, B.C., said Naseer Syed, a lawyer for the non-profit organization.

    "Mr. Day was not easy to serve and he wasn't co-operating," Syed said in an interview. Contacted while campaigning in his Okanagan- Coquihalla riding Wednesday, Day acknowledged he had been served legal papers with respect to the lawsuit, but would not go into detail on the allegations. Day said talks have been ongoing for more than a year and suggested a settlement may be imminent. The $12- million suit alleges Day, Alastair Gordon and Naresh Raghubeer accused the charity of fundraising for Hamas and abusing its charitable status.


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    Original address: http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/07/15/relief-organization-that-allegedly-supported-hamas-suspends-operations-after-cibc-closes-bank-accounts/

    Author: Stewart Bell
    Source: National Post, July 15, 2013

    Original title: Relief organization that allegedly supported Hamas suspends operations after CIBC closes bank accounts

    A humanitarian relief organization that lost its charity status two years ago over its alleged support for Hamas said Monday it was suspending operations after the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce won court approval to close its accounts.

    The CIBC gave notice in May that it intended to stop providing banking services to the International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy — Canada. The Ontario Superior Court of Justice upheld that decision, which went into effect on Monday.

    Without a bank, the Toronto-based relief group, which spent $9-million on charitable activities in 2009, said it could no longer transfer money abroad for programs that include the support of orphans in the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon and Sudan.

    “IRFAN-Canada is choosing not to accept donations at this time because they are unable to transmit funds to the intended destinations,” the group’s lawyer, Naseer Syed, told the National Post. “Therefore, without donations, they will be forced to suspend their humanitarian relief programs.”

    CIBC declined to discuss the matter. “We do not comment on client issues,” said Kevin Dove, head of external communications at the Toronto-based bank, where IRFAN-Canada had held two accounts for a dozen years.

    Formed in 1998, IRFAN-Canada was mostly active in the Muslim world but it ran afoul of federal regulators, who revoked its charity status in 2011. The Canada Revenue Agency said an audit had determined the group was an “integral part” of an international fundraising effort that supported Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group.

    “Our analysis of the audit information has led the CRA to believe that IRFAN-Canada provides support to Hamas,” the Charities Branch wrote. “Our findings indicate that IRFAN-Canada provided over $14.6-million in resources to operating partners that were run by officials of Hamas, openly supported and provided funding to Hamas, or have been listed by various jurisdictions because of their support for Hamas or other terrorist entities.”

    In addition, the CRA said it had found IRFAN-Canada videos at the group’s Mississauga office that “demonize Israel, characterize the Arab-Israeli conflict as a religious war, appeal for all Arab and Muslim nations to join in the struggle against Israel and glorify martyrdom.”

    In January, IRFAN-Canada appealed the denial of its charity status to the Federal Court. The case was expected to be heard in the fall. While no longer a registered charity, the group had continued to operate as a non-profit organization.

    After CIBC decided to end its banking relationship with IRFAN-Canada, the group appealed in Ontario court, arguing the decision would damage its reputation, cause its donor base to erode and that “demise will come to the organization.” In particular, the group complained it would be unable to wire Canadian currency to the Palestinian Territories. The bank initially gave no explanation but it later explained the decision was related, at least in part, to the concerns raised by the Canada Revenue Agency. The bank gave the group four months’ notice.

    On July 5, Justice Beth Allen dismissed the case against CIBC and ordered the relief group to pay the bank $10,000 in legal costs. The group had provided “little or no” support for its claims and CIBC was entitled to terminate a banking relationship on reasonable notice, she wrote.

    In a letter to donors, IRFAN-Canada said it had “recently experienced problems with the bank we deal with because of concerns raised by the Canada Revenue Agency” and that it would “not be in a position to process any new donations.”

    “This situation is expected to last until our appeal of the CRA decision is heard later this year at the Federal Court of Canada, at which time we hope and believe our case will be resolved successfully.”

    Last December, Liberal leader Justice Trudeau was criticized for agreeing to speak an Islamic conference in Toronto that was sponsored by IRFAN-Canada. The relief group eventually withdrew as a “diamond sponsor” of the event.

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    Présence Musulmane blâme les médias pour avoir ‘créé un climat de tension’ au Québec à l’égard des musulmans

    Adresse originale : http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Montreal/2007/01/21/003-presence-musulmane.shtml

    Référence : Radio-Canada, 21 janvier 2007

    Titre original : Les médias montrés du doigt

    Le débat médiatique sur les accommodements raisonnables a nui aux tentatives de rapprochement de la communauté musulmane avec le reste des Québécois.

    L'association Présence Musulmane Montréal soutient que le traitement médiatique du débat a nui aux tentatives de rapprochement de la communauté musulmane avec le reste des Québécois.

    C'est ce qu'ont fait savoir les responsables de Présence Musulmane Montréal, dimanche, en marge de leur assemblée générale annuelle.

    L'association travaille depuis six ans à bâtir des ponts entre les adeptes de l'islam et l'ensemble de la société québécoise. Au moyen de conférences, colloques et formations, elle essaie de mieux informer les uns et les autres sur les valeurs universelles qui les unissent.

    La coordonnatrice de l'association, Nadia Touhami, estime que les médias ont créé un climat de tension dans un Québec pourtant à l'avant-garde de la diversité culturelle: « Ici, au Québec, je pense qu'on a compris qu'il n'y a pas de moule, dans lequel les personnes qui arrivent doivent absolument fitter ».

    Jean-Mathieu Potvin, responsable des événements de Présence Musulmane Montréal, qui s'est converti à la religion islamique il y a 11 ans, émet également des critiques. Selon lui, les médias, qui devraient être le forum public par excellence, ne réussissent pas à tenir un débat sain sur la question.

    Toutefois, au-delà des grands débats médiatiques, M. Potvin estime que ce sont les simples rapports entre voisins qui joueront le plus en faveur de l'intégration des immigrants.

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  • 08/06/13--15:08: Muneeb Nasir – Profile
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    Muneeb Nasir – Profile

    Original address: http://iqra.ca/muneebnasir/?page_id=2

    Date (Google Cache): July 16, 2013

    Original title: Muneeb Nasir

    Muneeb Nasir is a well-known Muslim Canadian leader, writer and public speaker on religious and societal matters and is highly respected for his knowledge and involvement in religious and current affairs.

    He is the President of the Olive Tree Foundation (www.olivetreefoundation.ca), a Toronto-based endowment foundation and granting agency.

    Muneeb is the Managing Editor of the online magazine website, Iqra.ca, which provides a Muslim perspective on current issues, Canadian correspondent for OnIslam.net and a freelance contributor to a number of online web sites.

    He is a coordinator of the Muslim Presence Network (www.muslimpresence.com) which is a platform for community and social activists who seek to promote universal values and active citizenship and Campaign Co-Chair of the Muslims for White Ribbon Campaign.

    Muneeb is a frequent guest speaker at institutions where he promotes greater inter-community and interfaith understanding and active citizenship. He is also a volunteer Muslim chaplain (Khateeb) at various mosques/prayer facilities in the GTA and on University campuses where he delivers the sermon and conducts the Friday Prayer services.

    Over the past few decades, Muneeb has founded a number of major institutions and been actively engaged in numerous non-profit organizations and projects:

    Founding Board Member and first President – Olive Tree Foundation;
    Founding Board Member and first President – Islamic Institute of Toronto;
    Founder – Muslim Presence Toronto;
    Founding Board Member - Masjid Toronto;
    Founding Board Member – Muslim Chaplaincy University of Toronto;
    Founder and Campaign Co-Chair – Muslims for White Ribbon Campaign
    Convention Chair - ISNA Canada Convention;
    Publisher & Managing Editor, IMPRINT Newspaper;
    Editor, AN-NUR Magazine (Jami Mosque) and Al-Basheer Magazine (Islamic Foundation);
    Program Chair and Board Member – Islamic Foundation of Toronto;
    Honorary Board of Governor – Scouts Canada;
    Member, the Scarborough Hospital - Strategic Plan Refresh Community Engagement & Communications Sub-committee
    Executive - Muslim Students Association-University of Guelph;
    Honorary Board of Advisor Member - Canadian Muslim Fellowship of Scouting;
    Education Chair - Jami Mosque;
    Board Member - MENTORS;
    Parent Council Member – Albert Campbell Collegiate.

    Educated at the University of Toronto and University of Guelph, he works as a Senior Business and Systems Analyst and resides in the city of Toronto with his family.

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    Salah Basalamah présenté comme un co-fondateur de Présence Musulmane lors d’une interview au 98,5 FM Montréal

    Date : 24 avril 2013

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    Fatima Zibouh explique son implication avec Présence Musulmane Belgique

    Adresse originale : http://www.7sur7.be/7s7/fr/1502/Belgique/article/detail/1065633/2010/02/10/Je-n-ai-jamais-signe-de-petition-pour-le-Hamas.dhtml

    Web Archive (14 février 2010) : http://web.archive.org/web/20100214034947/http://www.7sur7.be/7s7/fr/1502/Belgique/article/detail/1065633/2010/02/10/Je-n-ai-jamais-signe-de-petition-pour-le-Hamas.dhtml

    Référence : 7 sur 7, 10 février 2010

    Extrait :

    M. Demelenne épinglait encore la participation de Mme Zibouh au mouvement "Présence musulmane", proche d'après lui de l'islamologue Tariq Ramadan.

    "Je ne suis pas membre d'une organisation structurée, c'est plutôt un mouvement de pensée qui essaye de créer des ponts avec les non-musulmans. J'en ai marre de ce climat de suspicion qui consiste à assimiler toute organisation musulmane à une cellule dormante d'un quelconque mouvement terroriste. Cela créé un vrai malaise où nous, les musulmans, sommes continuellement obligés de nous justifier. Je trouve qu'on nage en plein délire et j'ai franchement du mal à comprendre cet acharnement", a-t-elle conclu.

    Titre original : "Je n'ai jamais signé de pétition pour le Hamas"

    Fatima Zibouh s'étonne des réactions suscitées par sa désignation au conseil d'administration du Centre pour l'égalité des chances. Elle réfute aussi les informations véhiculées contre elle, notamment celles relatives à une pétition sur le Hamas qu'elle n'a jamais signée.

    "Ma tenue vestimentaire n'a absolument rien à voir avec ma nomination", a-t-elle expliqué sur le site internet "parlemento.com".
     
    Dénoncée

    "Je suis chercheuse sur les questions de diversité et j'ai un master spécialisé en droits de l'Homme. Je suis clairement demandée sur base de mon expertise et de ma connaissance sur les matières liées à la diversité. Je ne sais pas si tout le monde se rend compte que la configuration démographique de la Belgique et de Bruxelles a changé et qu'il est tout à fait normal que d'autres personnes issues de la diversité soient amenées à occuper certains niveaux pouvoirs", a-t-elle ajouté.

    Le sénateur Alain Destexhe a dénoncé mardi la décision d'Ecolo d'envoyer cette femme portant le voile au conseil d'administration du Centre. Ce faisant, les Verts contribuent au renforcement du religieux dans la sphère publique, estime-t-il. Le polémiste Claude Demelenne, au nom d'un "Collectif de vigilance citoyenne", s'en est pris quant à lui à Mme Zibouh personnellement en l'accusant d'amitiés avec la "frange la plus radicale et/ou rigoriste de la communauté arabo-musulmane".

    "Putsch légal"

    Il invoquait la signature d'une pétition demandant le retrait du Hamas de la liste des organisations terroristes. "Je n'ai jamais signé une telle pétition", a répondu Mme Zibouh. Il reprochait aussi à l'intéressée son soutien à un "putsch légal" au sein du MRAX pour asseoir la présidence du controversé Radouane Boulal. "Je n'ai participé à aucun putsch au MRAX. Je suis simplement membre effective de cette association antiraciste", a-t-elle dit.

    M. Demelenne épinglait encore la participation de Mme Zibouh au mouvement "Présence musulmane", proche d'après lui de l'islamologue Tariq Ramadan.

    "Je ne suis pas membre d'une organisation structurée, c'est plutôt un mouvement de pensée qui essaye de créer des ponts avec les non-musulmans. J'en ai marre de ce climat de suspicion qui consiste à assimiler toute organisation musulmane à une cellule dormante d'un quelconque mouvement terroriste. Cela créé un vrai malaise où nous, les musulmans, sommes continuellement obligés de nous justifier. Je trouve qu'on nage en plein délire et j'ai franchement du mal à comprendre cet acharnement", a-t-elle conclu.

    Propos "limites"

    La chef de groupe Ecolo à la Chambre, Muriel Gerkens, a elle aussi dénoncé les propos de M. Demelenne, les jugeant à la limite de la diffamation. Mardi, Ecolo a rappelé qu'il avait désigné Mme Zibouh pour occuper un siège au conseil d'administration du Centre sur la base de ses compétences et d'aucune autre considération..


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    Nabil Bouzoubaa interviewé à Radio-Canada en tant que représentant de Présence Musulmane

    Adresse originale : http://www.radio-canada.ca/emissions/24_heures_en_60_minutes/2009-2010/Entrevue.asp?idDoc=118048

    Référence : Radio-Canada, 27 août 2010

    Titre original : Terrorisme au Canada : quatrième arrestation

    Les forces de l’ordre ont arrêté et interrogé un quatrième présumé terroriste à Ottawa aujourd’hui. La communauté musulmane se sent inquiète des répercussions négatives qu’entraînent ces arrestations depuis quelques jours. Anne-Marie Dussault rencontre Nabil Bouzoubaa, de l'organisme Présence musulmane, et Marwen Ouri, un musulman de Brossard.

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    Application by Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations to register the acronym CAIR as trade-mark in Canada

    Original Address: http://www.cipo.ic.gc.ca/app/opic-cipo/trdmrks/srch/tmSrch.do?lang=eng

    Choose: Application Number=1156979 to view this file on CIPO’s website.

    Canadian Intellectual Property Office (A division of Industry Canada)

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    Application by ISNA-linked Canadian Association for Islamic Relations to register the acronym CAIR as trade-mark in Canada

    Original Address: http://www.cipo.ic.gc.ca/app/opic-cipo/trdmrks/srch/tmSrch.do?lang=eng

    Choose: Application Number=1021840 to view this file on CIPO’s website.

    Canadian Intellectual Property Office (A division of Industry Canada)

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    Sheema Khan – Linkedin Curriculum Vitae

    Original address: http://ca.linkedin.com/pub/sheema-khan/17/179/a54

    Date: August 2013 (Most recent entry in the CV)

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    Canadian Association for Islamic Relations – Federal Corporation Information

    Original address: https://www.ic.gc.ca/app/scr/cc/CorporationsCanada/fdrlCrpSrch.html

    Corporation Number 3329526
    Business Number (BN)
    893097766RC0001

    Industry Canada

    July 15, 2013

    Directors

    Mohamed Bekkari
    Khalid Tarabain
    Mian Bagh Ali
    Nabi G.
    Kayani Zafar
    Latif Abdul
    Hussain Shabbir
    Khalid M.D.
    Ali Mihirig
    Seif Youssef
    Abdalla Ali

    cairisna industry canada


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    Informations essentielles /  Basic Information

    – Industry Canada (July 15, 2013): Canadian Association for Islamic Relations – Federal Corporation Information

    Articles / Point de Bascule

    Point de Bascule (August 13, 2013): Early 2000s – Legal battle between CAIR and ISNA to get the acronym CAIR as trade-mark in Canad

    Références / References

    – Canadian Intellectual Property Office (July 9, 1999): Application by ISNA-linked Canadian Association for Islamic Relations to register the acronym CAIR as trade-mark in Canada

    – Canadian Intellectual Property Office (October 25, 2002): Application by Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations to register the acronym CAIR as trade-mark in Canada


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    Le groupe Atlas media endosse la conférence 1ndépendance 2011

    Adresse originale : http://www.atlasmedias.com/2011/09/le-projet-1ndependance-de-l%E2%80%99institut-badr-de-montreal/

    Date : 27 septembre 2011

    Extrait :

    La communauté francophone musulmane accuse un retard considérable dans le développement d’évènement permettant d’instruire et d’encadrer les jeunes de cette communauté. À cette fin le Centre Islamique Badr met sur pied le Projet 1ndépendance, un évènement qui a pour objectif de réunir les jeunes musulmans francophones de toutes origines dans le cadre d’une journée avec des acteurs de la communauté musulmane locaux et internationaux. (…)

    (C)ette rencontre est appelée à devenir «la référence montréalaise et musulmane en ce qui concerne la transmission du savoir, les saines pratiques religieuses et les comportements conformes aux enseignements de la religion».

    Titre original : Le projet 1ndépendance de l’Institut Badr de Montréal

    La communauté francophone musulmane accuse un retard considérable dans le développement d’évènement permettant d’instruire et d’encadrer les jeunes de cette communauté. À cette fin le Centre Islamique Badr met sur pied le Projet 1ndépendance,  un évènement qui a pour objectif de réunir les jeunes musulmans francophones de toutes origines dans le cadre d’une journée avec des acteurs de la communauté musulmane locaux et internationaux. L’objectif principal est d’amener les jeunes à développer une conscience tant religieuse que sociale.

    Le projet 1ndépendance, pour ses organisateur, constitue en fait la première édition d’une « une conférence annuelle pour les jeunes de tout le Québec qui abordera chaque année différents thèmes relatifs à la foi et à la société. Autrement dit, cette rencontre est appelée à devenir «la référence montréalaise et musulmane en ce qui concerne la transmission du savoir, les saines pratiques religieuses et les comportements conformes aux enseignements de la religion».

    Contenu et objectifs

    Dans le cadre de cet évènement, des conférenciers originaires de la France et des États-Unis aborderont des thèmes liés à l’Islam en accordant une grande importance à l’auditoire et en leur permettre de se sentir compris. Pour cela, les conférenciers seront autant des théologiens que des sociologues, philosophes, écrivains ou artistes. Cette diversité est au programme dès cette première édition qui réunira

    - Napoléon (en vidéoconférence depuis les États-Unis), artiste;
    - Rachid Haddach (Belgique), conférenciers, responsable du local des jeunes de la mosquée Al-Khalil (Bruxelles) et enseignant à l’Institut Islamique Européen,
    - Rachid Abou Houdeyfa (France), Imam de la mosquée de Brest;
    - Dr. Mohamed Aziz Chraïbi (Canada);
    - Faudel (Canada).

    En marge du programme de conférence, diverses animations seront proposées aux participants dont des kiosques d’information, un atelier de calligraphie etc.

    Cet événement aura lieu le Dimanche 9 octobre 2011 à la salle de réception Le Mirage (8604 boulevard Langelier, Saint-Léonard, QC H1P2Y7) selon le programme suivant :

    1NDEPENDANCE

    Il était une fois … 

    9 octobre 2011

    Programme

    10h00 à 11h00: Ouverture des portes
    11h00 à 11h30: Introduction
    11h30 à 12h30: La Science dans le Coran Par Dr Mohamed Aziz Chraïbi
    12h30 à 13h45: Prière du Duhr & Pause Repas
    13h45 à 15h40: L’espoir fait vivre … Par Rachid Haddach
    14h55 à 15h40: De la peur à la crainte Par Rachid Abou Houdeyfa
    15h40 à 16h20: Prière de l’Asr & Pause
    16h20 à 17h25: Retour aux sources Par Rachid Haddach
    17h30 à 18h15: Le début de la fin ou la fin qui débute Par Rachid Abou Houdeyfa
    18h15 à 19h00: Prière du Maghreb  & Pause Repas
    19h00 à 20h30: La vie d’un «Outlawz» Par Napoleon alias Mutah Beal
    20h30 à 21h30: Questions ouvertes Rachid Haddach et Rachid Abou Houdeyfa
    21h30 à 22h00: Conclusion
    22h15: Prière de l’Isha

    Le Centre Islamique Badr est une association  qui a pour mission de fournir des services à vocation religieuse, éducative, sociale et culturelle aux membres de la communauté musulmane et à toute personne qui désire connaître ou approfondir ses connaissances de la religion islamique. Celui-ci est le principal organisateur de l’événement

    Informations
    Par téléphone : 1-438-777-9247
    site web : www.1ndependance.com

    1ndpendance 2011 atlas endossement


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    Articles / Point de Bascule

     

    Références / References

    – Centre islamique Badr : Affiches des éditions 2011 et 2012 de la Conférence 1ndépendance

    – Atlas.Mtl (27 septembre 2011) : Le groupe Atlas media endosse la conférence 1ndépendance 2011

    – Hayat.ca (27 juillet 2013) : Affiche de la conférence 1ndépendance 2013


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    Affiches des éditions 2011 et 2012 de la Conférence 1ndépendance

    Adresse originale : http://www.centrebadr.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21%3Aconference-1ndependance-&catid=2%3Atableau-des-activites&lang=fr

    Édition 2011

    Date : 9 octobre 2011

    Emplacement : Salle Le Mirage, 8604 boul. Langelier, Saint-Léonard (Montréal)

    Partenaires de l’événement

    Centre islamique Badr/ ARC 866499353RR0001
    MultiVisions
    Jannah TV
    Association des étudiants musulmans de l’Université de Montréal (AEMUDM)
    Association des étudiants musulmans de l’UQAM (AEMUQAM) / REQ 1161617981
    Made from Words

    Conférenciers annoncés

    Rachid Haddach
    Rachid Abou Houdeyfa
    Mohamed Aziz Chraibi
    Napoleon (du groupe Outlaws – Vidéo conférence)

    Édition 2012

    Date : 29-30 septembre 2012

    Emplacement : Palais des Congrès de Montréal

    Partenaires de l’événement

    Centre islamique Badr / ARC 866499353RR0001
    Islamic Relief / ARC 821896875RR0001
    Association des jeunes musulmans de Montréal
    Mustaqim TV
    Boutique Hijabi / REQ 2268158930

    Conférenciers annoncés

    Rachid Haddach
    Rachid Abou Houddeyfa
    Nader Abou Annass
    Mehdi Kabir

    1ndpendance affiches 2011-2012 cib


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    Affiche de la conférence 1ndépendance 2013

    Adresse originale : http://www.hayat.ca/2013/07/27/levenement-1ndependance-aux-palais-des-congres/

    Date de publication de l’affiche : 27 juillet 2013 (La date apparait dans l’adresse internet de la page publiée par le site Hayat)

    Google cache (12 août 2103) : http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:VeU3L0yz7IAJ:www.hayat.ca/2013/07/27/levenement-1ndependance-aux-palais-des-congres/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

    Date de la conférence : 7-8 septembre 2013
    Emplacement : Palais des Congrès (Montréal)

    Partenaires de l’événement :

    Human Concern International
    Islamic Relief Canada

    Conférenciers annoncés :

    Nader Abou Anas
    Mohamed Patel
    Farid Mounir
    Mohamed François

    1ndpendance poster 2013 irc hci


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