Trudeau plans to “reintegrate” Islamic State terrorists into Canada


    Trudeau plans to “reintegrate” Islamic State jihad terrorists into Canada
    The Trudeau government doubtless believes that poverty and lack of opportunity cause jihad terrorism, so they will shower these jihad killers with money and jobs. Then they will watch in astonishment as some of them commit massacres in Canada
    OTTAWA, November 21, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Conservative leader Andrew Scheer blasted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the Liberal plan to “reintegrate” Canadians who return to the country after fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

    “These are people who got on a plane to fight for ISIS and watched as our allied soldiers were burned to death in a cage. These are people who got on a plane to go to fight for an organization that sells women and girls into slavery. These are people who left Canada to fight for a group of people who push homosexuals off buildings just for being gay,” Scheer told the House of Commons Monday.

    “Can the Prime Minister explain to the House exactly what a program or reintegration service would look like for the people who commit these kinds of atrocities?”

    The government revealed in late 2015 that some 180 individuals “with a nexus to Canada” had joined Islamic terrorist groups overseas, and an additional 60 had come back to Canada, according to a report by CBC’s Evan Dyer.

    Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale confirmed in the House 60 ISIS terrorists were back in Canada and “under very careful investigation.”

    “We recognize that the return of even one individual may have serious national security implications,” Trudeau told Scheer, reading from a statement.

    The Liberals have launched the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence which “helps to ensure that resources are in place to facilitate disengagement from violent ideologies,” the prime minister read.

    And the government will “also continue to carefully monitor trends in extremist travel, and our national security agencies work together to ensure that our response reflects the current threat environment,” Trudeau added….

    The exchange between the two leaders came as the House debated Bill C-59, a sweeping restructure of national security the Liberals say will redress “problematic elements” of the 2015 Anti-Terrorism Act brought in by Stephen Harper’s Conservatives.

    But Scheer’s Tories slammed the bill as undercutting Canada’s ability to respond to terrorism at a particularly critical time, with ISIS collapsing in Iraq and Syria before the advance of anti-ISIS international coalition forces.

    They object to the bill’s requirement that security agents obtain warrants before moving against terrorist threats, that it narrows the definition of terrorist propaganda to incitement to violence, and that it limits the “threat disruption powers” Bill C-51 gave to CSIS, reported the Toronto Star.

    Goodale said the Liberals are “open to constructive suggestions” and they sent the bill to committee for study before second reading vote, but not before other Conservatives excoriated the Liberals for being soft on terrorism.

    “I have a concern about returning ISIS fighters and the whole policy of reintegration rather than incarceration for these people. I think all of us are concerned about that,” said Manitoba MP James Bezan.

    “It is as if in July 1945, 60 ‘SS’ members headed back to Canada. This is totally unacceptable, especially for all of those who sacrificed so much for our country and our freedom,” noted Quebec MP Gerard Deltell….

    Australia and France are also attempting to kill citizens fighting with ISIS overseas, rather than have them return home.

    But Canada “does not engage in death squads,” Goodale told CBC’s Power and Politics Friday….