We Stand Together: Statement on the Mosque Shooting in Sainte-Foy Quebec

On Monday, January 30th, 2017 in Parliament, Statements
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Elizabeth May speaks out against intolerance and hatred following the shooting at a mosque in Sainte-Foy, Quebec:

“It is a great honour to speak to my colleagues today. I second everything that my colleagues, the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition, said. It is clear that all members of Parliament are united. I share their feelings and wish to express my condolences.


 

At the same time, when we know we have no words, and my colleague, the leader of the Bloc, said it best, we do not understand. This is Canada. This is Quebec City. This is a mosque where innocents gathered to worship. We know that much, but we cannot understand it because it is so out of order. It does not belong in Canada. It feels as if it could not possibly have happened, and yet it did.

We will pray. We will work. We will reject intolerance and hatred. We will say, as our Prime Minister has said, to every Muslim member of the Canadian family, that today we are all Muslims. We stand with you. We will never let there be daylight between a Christian, a Jew, a Sikh, an atheist, and a Muslim in our country. We are Canadians, and we stand together in love.”

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  • HasToBeSaid

    It is possibly a false flag event. Don’t be so quick to believe what you see on mainstream media (MSM). The US is not the only country with fake news. Clearly, Canada has a fake news industry too. Too many important things are NOT mentioned in the MSM while other important things go conspicuously unmentioned. Check it out for yourself on internet search. A REAL Islamic attack ends in a suicide, rather than an arrest.

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