Originally published under the title "'Useful Idiots' Line Up to Support M-103."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has come under withering criticism for supporting M-103, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid's "Islamophobia" motion.
The term "useful idiot" has been attributed to the Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin, who toppled the czar in October, 1917.
Lenin's exact word in Russian was "simpleton" to describe people in the West who served his purpose, but were neither truly aware of who was using them, nor the cause they served.
On Sunday, a blatant exhibition of "useful idiots" was on display at Toronto City Hall.
This time, they came not to serve Trotsky's Fourth International, the Sandinistas or the Viet Cong.
This time they came to serve the cause of Islamofascism.
White youths in bandanas and facemasks roughed up Canadians, including their Muslim Canadian allies, who were protesting Liberal MP Iqra Khalid's "Islamophobia" motion, M-103.
Once again, simpletons on the Left come to serve the cause of Islamofascism.
Among the bullied victims of the supposed anti-racist activists, who included communists and Arab Islamists, were Muslim Canadians who were pushed and kicked, their placards seized and torn, with close-up pictures of them taken by a counter protester.
"We fear our pictures were being taken to be passed on to the Pakistani Consulate in Toronto," said Imtiaz Baloch, a small business owner who escaped Islamic tyranny three decades ago.
Said another protester named Ahmad: "I escaped Pakistan because of the jihadist threat there to liberal values. I never thought that the (jihadi) mindset I escaped, would chase me to Canada."
Most media did not report on this bizarre nexus of communists working hand-in-hand with Arab Islamists and white anarchists.
Zaffar Jawaid, from Pakistan-occupied Balochistan said: "I have lived in peace in Canada for the last 20 years. All that changed for me on March 4, 2017 in Toronto when I decided to join the peaceful protest at the Toronto's City Hall against Motion-103, to stop (it) from becoming a law in Canada."
Jawaid says he had a placard that read "my fears are not irrational" when "suddenly I felt a shove on my back and was pulled back by a police officer.
"You can't go in there" the officer said. "But that's where I belong," I replied.
The Canadian parliament voted February 15 to approve a motion by Liberal MP Iqra Khalid (center left) calling on the federal government to condemn and battle "Islamophobia."
Another Baloch protester against M-103 told me in an email: "My worst fears had come true. I was reliving the fearful days of the military-jihadist campaigns on the streets of Pakistan, and this time in Toronto."
An Iranian who escaped the Islamist Ayatollah regime told Rebel Media:
"I am a political refugee from Iran. I've been to prison and I have lived under Islamic law and I know how it starts and I know how it ends. For some reason, it always starts with some unity between the left and Islamists and it scares me. I came here to be free. I chose Canada to live in a free country and I am beginning to feel scared."
Khalid, who is the sponsor of M-103, has largely avoided the media, other than to say in Parliament that she has received Islamophobic, racist and threatening messages from opponents of M-103.
But where are the voices of Liberal Muslim MPs who know about the tyranny of Islamism, such as federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen and Liberal MP Ali Ehsassi?
Gentlemen, now is the time to show real character and integrity and to stand up against the agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood and Jihadi Islamism.
Tarek Fatah, a founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress and columnist at the Toronto Sun, is a Robert J. and Abby B. Levine Fellow at the Middle East Forum.