Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Canadian Muslims issue guidebook on radicalism

Waiting for the Obama administration to pounce on them for daring to suggest radicalism and Islam have anything whatsoever to do with one another.
WINNIPEG - Islamic groups across Canada have issued a booklet aimed at helping parents recognize when their kids are at risk of being radicalized.

The Islamic Special Services Association says the goal is to help get to young people before radical extremist groups.

The association says the 37-page booklet also helps youth understand that the Qur'an is being distorted by extremists.

The National Council of Canadian Muslims is helping to distribute the material.

Manitoba Justice Minister Andrew Swan says the strategy is similar to the province's effort to combat the recruitment of young people by gangs.