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  • Thursday ,22 October 2009

Has Canada lost its mind?‏

By-Mark Harding



Wednesday ,21 October 2009

Has Canada lost its mind?‏

Should Canada start to educate Muslims on how to kill Christians?Islam teaches to kill Christians and now Canadians will pay 13 millionto make sure the job is done correctly by paying for Islamic educationin Indonesia. Phone your local MPs and tell them to keep the money orspend it in a grant to help Boost CHRISTIAN leadership in [email protected]

Can we get a grant to boost Christian leadership in Lebanon?

 Subject: CIDA Project to Promote Islamic Leadership in Indonesia  I thought our Finance Minister wanted to decrease expenses.....orwas it increase ?  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2009/10/19/canada-helps-islamic-leadership-indonesia.html-0 Canada helps Islamic leadership in IndonesiaThe Jakarta Post , Jakarta
Canada has donated C$13.5 million (Rp 122.77 billion) to Indonesiato boost the quality of Islamic leadership in the world's mostpopulous Muslim country, the Canadian Embassy in Jakarta said in astatement. Canadian Ambassador to Indonesia, Mackenzie Clugston, andIndonesian Minister of Religious Affairs, Maftuh Basyuni, signed amemorandum of understanding (MoU) on Friday "to build the capacity ofseveral Islamic institutions of higher learning in Indonesia andensure their outreach functions well with local communities". The MoU, the embassy added, also aimed to build the capacity of theReligious Affairs Ministry, "in order to effectively integratedemocratic governance practices and issues in their strategies,programs and budgets". "This important project will help further strengthen thelong-standing relationship between Canada and Indonesia which has ledto a greater mutual understanding of our respective cultures, values,and principles," the ambassador was quoted as saying. "Based upon a very long and strong partnership that exists betweenour two governments I believe this project has the potential to be agreat success." Under the Supporting Islamic Leadership in Indonesia (SILE)project, the funds will be mostly used to develop Sultan AlauddinState Islamic University in Makassar, South Sulawesi, and the SunanAmpel State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) in Surabaya, East Java. The project will last for six years and include three elements:enhancing community level participation, strengthening the UIN/IAIN'sinternal management and technical assistance to the Religious AffairsMinistry's planning and gender mainstreaming, the statement said.