Posting to Arizona-based website filthyjewishterrorists.com, Hossain describes Jews as “diseased and filthy”, “the scum of the earth,” “mass murderers” and “psychotic.” He further says that a “genocide should be perpetrated against the Jewish populations of North America and Europe.”...And yet, according to Stewart Bell's report in the National Post, our provincial Clouseaus, the same gang that has a conniption should they espy a scary swastiky scrawled on a wall (quel horreur!) are, ahem, "still investigating" whether Hossain's comments do indeed qualify as 100% gen-U-ine unadulterated "hate speech."
...He also refers to the Toronto 18 bomb plot, the work of Islamist extremists, which he blames on Jews whom he accuses of inventing terrorism.
Shortly after the story broke, Hossain confirmed to a National Post reporter via a website that the posts in question were his, then later added additional comments, reiterating his support for genocide against Jews.
In an email exchange with the National Post, Hossain was adamant that he would continue with his hate campaign.
“Your hate laws are only being used to stop the truth from being spoken,” he told the newspaper. “I don’t fear telling the truth and I don’t answer to racist genocidal Jews who want to call me a hater, when Jews hate all non-Jews. It’s not my fault you people rape babies, then cry foul when someone exposes it.”
He wrote, “No one in this world can take our history away from us. Especially not the cancerous group of people calling themselves Jews or Judeo-Christians who are going to be genocided in the future.”
This isn't the first time Hossain has been "investigated". While a student at U of T
Hossain first came to the attention of Canadian counter-terrorism investigators three years ago after authoring online posts supporting terrorist attacks in Canada and calling for the killing of Western soldiers so that “they think twice before entering foreign countries on behalf of their Jew masters.”Um, I don't think it took. (They tried to make him go to rehab, he said, "Allahu Akbar!, Allahu Akbar!, Allahu Akbar!")
The OPP hate crimes and extremism unit began an investigation that only wound up last year, at which point Ontario’s attorney general declined to press charges. The reason: by that time, Hossain had removed the incriminating postings, had not made hateful postings for over a year and was in the middle of rehabilitation.
Memo to rabid Jew-haters in Ontario: If you want to get away with murder, hate speech-wise, I suggest you change your name to something Islamic.