Masjid Toronto mosque (168 Dundas Street West) published on its official YouTube channel Friday sermons in which imams at the mosque recited supplications that asked Allah to “slay” the Jews/ disbelievers “one by one”, to purify al-Aqsa mosque from the “filth of the Jews”, to support the “mujahideen” (those who engage in jihad) everywhere and to give victory to Muslims ...
Eric Brazeau continues his relentless fight for freedom of speech and against radical Islam in Canada. Equipped with signs featuring quotes from supplications recited at Masjid Toronto mosque, Brazau and fellow activists held a protest at CBC building and Dundas Square on Friday, March 17, 2017.
On February 18, 2017 a small Toronto-based news site CIJnews exposed excerpts from Muslim prayers or supplications (originally in Arabic) recited by Aymen Elkasrawy and Shaykh Abdool Hamid at Masjid Toronto mosque in 2016:
Jennifer Yang, Identity and Inequality Reporter for the Toronto Star, posted on February 27, 2017 an article entitled “Why hate crimes are hard to prosecute.” Yang noted that incidents of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia draw attention to the difficulty of prosecuting hate crimes, but “the law is cautious not to infringe on free speech.” The article refers also to the supplications recited ...
Ayman Elkasrawy, a teaching assistant at Ryerson University who in a sermon prayed for the killing of the enemies of Islam and disbelievers and to “purify the al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews,” has been dismissed by the university. Elkasrawy’s supplications were delivered at the Masjid Toronto in June of 2016.
A week after she protested against the “Islamization” of Canada outside of Masjid Toronto Mosque, Sandra Solomon, an ex-Muslim who became a human rights activist, took advantage of the mosque’s open house on Saturday, February 25, 2017 to deliver a direct message to the Imam Ahmed Shihab and the Muslim community.
Masjid Toronto mosque in downtown Toronto held on Saturday, February 25, 2017, an open house. The Youth Team at the mosque, which is affiliated with the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC), invited Canadians “to explore the mysteries behind ours doors… discover how a bank building became a place of worship [and[ learn about our community, history and culture.”