Why is Canada funding a boat for the upcoming Islamic terrorist flotilla to Gaza?

Does Prime Minister Steven Harper know about this?

Big Peace – A Canadian group that is sponsoring a boat from Canada to participate in the upcoming Freedom Flotilla II receives money from the Canadian government, the Toronto Sun reported on Friday.

HERE ARE TWO CONTACTS FOR PM HARPER:  

Harper.S@parl.gc.ca

pm@pm.gc.ca

The Montreal-based group Alternatives has received $5 million from the government in recent years. It is also listed as one of the “Canadian Endorsers” on the Canada Boat to Gaza website.

The Canada Boat to Gaza (CBG) will carry a delegation to Gaza in the end of June on a boat named Tahrir, meaning “liberation” in Arabic, along with at least 12 other ships from around the world. “Despite news that Egypt plans to open the Rafah border crossing,” the group notes, “the maritime blockade by Israel remains a major obstacle to achieving normal life in Gaza. The Canadian Boat to Gaza and the Freedom Flotilla movement will continue our work until the Port of Gaza is opened to ensure free circulation of goods and people.”

Egypt permanently opens the Rafah Crossing into Gaza starting Saturday. That will allow for more open shipments of goods and humanitarian aid into Gaza and greater movement for Palestinians.

Flotilla organizers have made it clear that their purpose is not to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza. “The Mediterranean does not belong to Israel,” Bulent Yildirim, one of the lead organizers of the upcoming flotilla, said last month. “Just because we have had shahids [martyrs], we are not fearful… We will not step back… Let all know this: Until the blockade on Gaza is lifted… and until our march to al-Aqsa is completed, this sea intifada and land intifada will continue!”

H/T Acacia

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