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Justin Trudeau's 2011 mosque visit draws fire from Steven Blaney
Canada's public safety minister is accusing Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau of supporting terrorists, more than three years after he visited a mosque that was later declared by the U.S. to be one of nine places worldwide where "known al-Qaeda members were recruited, facilitated or trained" more than a decade earlier.
Steven Blaney, the minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, issued a public statement today on Trudeau's visit to the Al-Sunnah Al-Nabawiah mosque, located in Trudeau's Montreal riding of Papineau.
"It is completely unacceptable that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau would associate with a group that allegedly radicalizes Canadians to join al-Qaeda and engage in acts of unspeakable violent extremism.
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