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Why does Canada keep giving millions to alleged jihadis?

It is one thing to recognise when injustices are done and those wrongly accused should be compensated. But millions to those who publicly express extremism?

Episode 199 – Canada really needs to stop forking out cash to those with extremist beliefs

Canada is a generous country. We have good social programmes (not good enough for some though), are generally open to immigration, and try to help out when the need arises during a tragedy or emergency somewhere in the world. This benevolence, alas, extends to throwing heaps of money – millions of dollars – to those I bet most Canadians would agree do not share our values (and some of whom may actually pose a threat to public safety and national security). Why do we do this? A chat with independent columnist Rahim Mohammed.

About my guest

Rahim Mohammed is public commentator on politics in Canada and beyond whose works seek to spark needed – if uncomfortable – national conversations on hot-button topics like population aging, generational inequality, Canadian cultural policy and diversity in politics. He is based in Calgary, Alberta.

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By Phil Gurski

Phil Gurski is the President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting Ltd. Phil is a 32-year veteran of CSE and CSIS and the author of six books on terrorism.