In a March 26, 2017 one-on-one interview at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual policy conference in Washington, D.C., Stephen Harper told former CNN anchor Frank Sesno that the three greatest threats facing Israel today are the Iranian regime, the spread of Sunni jihadism in the Middle East and the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement.
In an interview for the Near East Report, published by the America Israel Public Affairs Committed (AIPAC), a bipartisan organization of U.S. citizens committed to strengthening U.S.-Israel relations, Canada’s former Prime Minister said that the nuclear agreement with Iran should be scrapped if the Iranian regime does not comply with it.
From John Goddard in New Delhi Two foreign-policy directions certain to be pursued by U.S. President Donald Trump “are going to be true game-changers,” former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper told a high-level political and technology conference this week in New Delhi. Harper delivered the keynote address Thursday to the second annual Raisina Dialogue conference, also attended by British foreign ...
Boonaa Mohammed, Toronto Muslim writer, spoken-word poet and Dawah activist, hosted on January 8, 2017 a webinar on Anti-Black amongst Muslims featuring Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick, Dr. Donna Auston and Imam Shadeed Muhammad.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the Toronto Star editorial board on Friday, December 2, 2016, and answered questions posed by Star staff and readers. The Star’s reporters, Peter Goffin and Alex Ballingall, tweeted snippets from the Q & A session during which Trudeau portrayed former Prime Minster Stephan Harper as a leader who was identified with “white nationalism”:
Jonathan Kay, the editor of The Walrus and a former editor in charge of the editorial division of the National Post, admits that in last federal elections the Canadian media played a meaningful role in helping defeat Stephen Harper and paving the way for Justin Trudeau to succeed him as a prime minister.