Keep Canada In The Dark? Who’s Huque Think He Is?

8 Feb 2017 – Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, 39, is charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual interference…A man is charged …

So says the Edmonton Journal, and you can read it all via the link, but the most interesting aspects of this story is that the ‘man’ is one of those wonderful Syrian ‘refugees’ – you know, the ones carefully vetted before they get into Canada…

Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, 39, is charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual interference.

No photo available, so  you just have to imagine what the Syrian looks like!


Police continue to investigate and urge any other complainants or witnesses who were at the waterpark at that time to contact investigators at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 …

…oh, and the victims in the case are all young teen girls!

We await the outcome of the trial, but already our blog must be in the dog-house, at least in the view of an arrogant uppity named Mohamed Huque, Executive Director of the Islamic Family and Social Services Association.


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That obnoxious git wants to make sure Canadians are kept in the dark about ‘refugee’ crimes.

Huque said the suspect’s immigration status is not relevant to the crime, and….


…journalists had a duty to keep those details out of their coverage.

Sorry, Buster, but the Canadian public can decide for themselves what’s relevant and what’s not, ONCE they read all information available on this accused, or any other.

Who does this hound Huque think he is?

His attitude suggests he’s worried sick that if a significant number of these ‘refugees’ find themselves in trouble with the law…



….then serious questions are likely to be asked about what sort of people are being imported by Turdo.

To be fair to Huque, he’s not the only one who’s making censorious noises. The same report quotes some academic upstart called David Tait, an Ottawa professor.


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“Journalists have to sort of go and look at a situation not from the standpoint of, ‘Is there public appetite for this information? Do people want to know it?’ But, ‘Is that detail relevant at this stage to this story?

Oh, so that’s how it works?

It’s not what mere common citizens may want to learn about a case, but what journalists think is good for them?

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Yes, Pravda in the Good Ole USSR certainly had that policy, and the Nazis in Germany too, I’ll bet.

Sadly, a lot of the media operate censorship already.

How many TV channels or newspapers gave fair coverage to the vile ‘refugee’ brats in New Brunswick…

Faith Goldy investigates Syrian migrants in New Brunswick schools

….that ‘The Rebel’ exposed so bravely.