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Canada expunges refugee questionnaire that asked about prayer habits, views on hijab

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“Inappropriate”? This looks as if it was the most appropriate screening process to surface in a long time. Clearly this was an attempt to identify jihadis and Sharia supremacists. So of course the Trudeau government is discarding it. They wouldn’t violate politically correct norms in order to protect their people.

“‘Inappropriate’ RCMP questionnaire probed asylum seekers on prayer habits, hijab,” by Benjamin Shingler, CBC News, October 12, 2017 (thanks to Graham):

An RCMP interview guide used to screen asylum seekers on their prayer habits and views on women who don’t wear the hijab was “inappropriate” and “wrong-headed,” Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says.

The three-page form, obtained by CBC News, asked people who were trying to cross the Quebec-U.S. border on Roxham Road, a busy crossing east of Hemmingford, Que., for details on their work history, whether they had a criminal record and what motivated their decision to leave the United States.

It also asked for their views on female bosses, terrorist attacks and ISIS.

Muslims in particular appear to have been targeted, as no other religion is mentioned in the questionnaire.

Goodale said the questions amounted to religious profiling and the RCMP has suspended the use of that version of the interview guide, which was deployed at Roxham Road and a processing centre at the Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle border crossing.

“As soon as they were drawn to our attention, which was during the course of the day on Tuesday, we immediately contacted the headquarters of the RCMP to determine what exactly what was going on,” Goodale said Thursday.

“These questions were not appropriate. They were developed at the local level but they were immediately withdrawn, and the RCMP is now examining how this decision-making took place so they can make sure it does not take place in the future,” he said.

Goodale said any data collected as a result of the questions will be traced and expunged….

Toronto lawyer Clifford McCarten, who obtained a copy of the document after it was mistakenly handed to one of his clients, said it’s “entirely appropriate” for the Canada Border Services Agency to ask probing questions about criminality and whether border crossers are associated with extremist groups.

But, he said, “I’ve never seen someone asked how regularly they practise their religion, what their opinion on having a woman as a boss is, or their views of different religious coverings. And the reason I’ve never seen that is because it’s utterly irrelevant, from a legal point of view, to the refugee claims process.”…

Mitchell Goldberg, president of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, said the interview guide “smacks of a values test” like the one proposed by failed Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch.

“You expect the RCMP to be concerned about our security, about Canadians’ safety, not asking people questions about their religion and their politics,” he told CBC Montreal’s Daybreak.

“It’s the kind of thing we’d expect on the other side of the border, in the United States.”

Samer Majzoub, president of the Canadian Muslim Forum, said authorities shouldn’t be targeting asylum seekers because of their religious or cultural background.

“It was very shocking, honestly,” he said.

“One of the things that was really surprising was that it was many social questions, not so much security questions.”

A copy of the interview guide used by the RCMP on Roxham Road

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  • wilypagan

    I don’t see how asking questions about their views of having a woman boss has anything to do with religion. It is to assure they are capable of living in a modern, egalitarian society.

    • Duchess of Pork

      Is Canada a modern egalitarian society or a dhimmified welfare provider prepared to sacrifice its young women as collateral damage in a clash of civilisations?.

  • Nabi Rasch

    Like attributed to Neil Young long ago when he moved out of Canada: ‘There’s too many trees.’

    • Keith1941

      Didn’t he bring his politics with him? Last I heard, he was living in the Bay area…among like-minded friends, which there are many there. Correct me if I’m wrong. I do enjoy his music.

      • Nabi Rasch

        Politically goofy. Turns up at anti-oil protests in a private jet etc. But some of his metaphors are dead on and he can be self deprecatingly thoughtful–when he covered Lenon’s ‘Imagine’ he turned the preachy lyrics against himself: ‘Imagine no possessions. I wonder if I can.’

        • Keith1941

          Thanks for the info.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Canadian liberals are the northern franchise holders of “islam” head office, mecca, arabia. For more information on to submit, contact your local liberal party. Approved by mutgonad, police beat upon him.

    • Poppey

      OMG your ranting gibberish gets worse.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        O, ok, I will type slower so you can follow along.

        • Keith1941

          Mahou, save your breath..I mean your fingers..maybe wear and tear on your computer keys. In my old age. I’m convinced there are dumb and/or ignorant people who will never see the truth.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        OMI is an order of Catholic Priests. So, what is OMG? The Order of Muslim Grovellers?

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          LOL and order whose uniform includes knee pads…

          • Mahou Shoujo

            OMG

      • Poppey, don’t be so aggressive to friends.

  • JoeNormal

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e56bbf2ef5e76c31857c59c8d09e96ec0613e2201999b6ce6fe9e69a9fd9ced8.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/595a17c8e62ac066e15e8897e489a56b33019e41021296b8ce9691c9ec9ad802.jpg

    This is not a “regular” border crossing, it is a road in the U.S. that runs up to the Canadian Border…..people get out of cars and taxis…..and run across the border. They are ILLEGAL immigrants, and are arrested at that point. They claim “refugee” status, which is IMPOSSIBLE to do, as U.S. residents CAN’T claim “refugee” status…..even “refugees” who are in the U.S. legally……can’t claim status from a “safe third country” like the U.S…..by international agreement.

    • Alleged-Comment

      Is that a boy or a girl?

      • Sunshine Kid

        It’s a thing. Don’t worry about it, because it has no idea what it is. If you need to clarify the sex, start with “she”, add “he” then “it” – and say the three pronouns as one word.

      • I think half and half. IMO he and his sycophant liberals have betrayed Canada and should be held responsible for any jihadi attacks in this country.

        • Alleged-Comment

          YES!

  • Alleged-Comment

    Great chance to OUT them but BLOWN again by the French. Similar to the French cop that (supposedly) accidentally sent a radical terrorist text that he was watching him.

    No wonder the French honored Jerry Lewis for his comedy, but not Sean Connery. No, that would be too sophisticated for them.

  • saftalily

    There should be NO questions – the LAW should be applied and those folks sent IMMEDIATELY back to the US. Those who wish to enter Canada from the US should do so at designated and monitored crossing points, and in accordance with existing laws. These crossings have become a stream of tens of thousands of people coming into Canada from the US without proper vetting or permission or documentation. Who is to know who these people really are, and what is their intent. This should not be a guessing game, played with the future of a nation. The price of freedom is eternal vigilance, and the right to come into Canada should be earned. AND our Prime Minister should NOT have the right to decide which laws he will apply!!!!

  • Sunshine Kid

    When the government is afraid to ask questions of immigrants, said government is no longer representative of its own citizens.

  • iprazhm

    This is because Canada is completely incorporating islam and it’s sharia law. More so than America, it is on the fast track to becoming the next muslim nation, losing itself to the enemy it embraces.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    I’m sure future questionnaires in Canuckastan will be asking people their opinions of muhammad, the prophet or the muslum faith in general — and G-d help those who answer in the negative.

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