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Trudeau government two-faced on Iran

images-5“Last month, Canada led efforts at the United Nations to pass a draft resolution condemning Iran for its grave human rights abuses,” writes Candice Malcolm.

She notes that “ever since 2003, Liberal and Conservative Canadian governments have carried on this tradition,” sponsoring this initiative and “providing much-needed leadership when it comes to identifying Iran’s ongoing violations and censuring the authoritarian regime.”

Internationally, “Canada has embraced a leadership role in condemning Iran for human rights abuses, and yet, when a bill was introduced to condemn Iran in Canada’s own Parliament, the Liberals came out against it.”

Follow the link below to read more about the bill.

Read the complete article at the Toronto Sun.

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Durmiendo con el enemigo

Joseph Humire and Fellow Dardo López-Dolz are both mentioned in a Color ABC article titled, “Durmiendo con el enemigo (Sleeping with the enemy)” about terrorist activity in Peru. Humire and a  previous article are cited mentioning that Peru is in the sights of Hezbollah and Iran as a base for activity in Latin America.

These are not the only “enemies” the article mentions. Dardo López-Dolz comments that there are 5 existing FARC camps in Peruvian territory dedicated to planting coca and illegal mining processes.

Read the full article (in Spanish), by J. Eduardo Ponce Vivanco, here.

Joseph Humire y Dardo López-Dolz están citados en un artículo por Color ABC titulado, “Durmiendo con el enemigo” sobre actividades terroristas. Humire dice que Perú es un lugar atractivo de Hezbollah e Irán para sus actividades terroristas en Latinoamérica. (Quiere leer más de este tema? Hay otro artículo, aquí).

No son todos los enemigos que refieren el artículo. También Dardo López-Dolz “afirman que existen 5 campamentos de las FARC dedicados a sembrar coca y a la minería ilegal en territorio peruano.”

Lee el artículo completo, por J. Eduardo Ponce Vivanco, aquí.