I know she and her establishment friends don’t want to have this debate, but we ordinary folks have been asking for it for some time.
Except there IS no debate: stop Muslim immigration.
Aqsa’s entire family was dedicated to resisting Western values, not adopting them. They were determined to cling to the ways of rural Pakistan. They believed that their community in Mississauga would understand what had been done. And they were right. At the local mosque, where kids of Aqsa’s age attend Islamic class, the kids agreed that she’d largely brought it on herself. The imam did not disagree with them.
Decades ago, illiterate Italians also immigrated to Canada, bringing with them a harsh, patriarchal culture where religion dominated all.
(Tell me about it — I grew up surrounded by them and hated every minute.)
But they didn’t marry cousins imported fresh from the old country. And so they began to raise their children differently. (…)
The “problem family,” [Aayan Hirsi Ali] warns, will become more and more common unless Western democracies understand better how to integrate the newcomers into our societies – and how to turn them into citizens.
Of course, we could save lots of time, money and energy by blocking their entry to the country in the first place.
How much as this investigation and court case cost real Canadians? How much will we now be obliged to cough up to pay for these criminals’ incareration, which they will spend converting other prisoners to Islam? Will the wife/mother be on welfare now?
Have all the Muslim immigrants we’ve let into Canada paid enough in taxes to offset these costs, and the similar costs entailed by the Toronto 18 and other Muslim belligerents?
What exactly are they contributing to society, besides some bad cab rides and an atmosphere of mutual resentment?