“Extremist Islamicist Groups in Toronto: Our Changing and Threatened Canada”
Keynote Speaker: Tom Quiggin: Terrorism, Security and Intelligence Expert
Moderator: David Nitkin: StopSponsoringHatred.com
Participant Host: Rabbi Jarred Grover, Rabbi, Beth Tikvah Synagogue
Many Canadian institutions are under challenge from the Muslim Brotherhood and Khomeinism here in Canada.
This expert will discuss the magnitude of the threat, how and where it is and isn’t being contained, and the immediate risks for our democracy and way of living, and for our children.
Beth Tikvah Synagogue, StopSponsoringHatred.com, IsraelAA.ca, and Speakers Action Group.
Thomas Quiggin, (M.A, C.D.) is a national security intelligence, subject matter expert (SME) and author of an explosive Spring 2014 report on the nature and impact of the Muslim Brotherhood in Canada. He is a court qualified expert on terrorism (criminal court and Federal Court) as well as a court expert on “the reliability of intelligence as evidence.” (Federal Court). He was a Senior Fellow at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Tom has 25 plus years of practical risk analysis and intelligence experience in a variety of positions including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Bank of Canada, the Canadian Armed Forces, the United Nations Protection Force in Yugoslavia, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (War Crimes), the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (The Hague), and the Privy Council Office of Canada.
Tom has also testified to a Senate Committee on intelligence matters (The Kelly Commission 1998) and to the Air India Inquiry(2007) and well as providing testimony to the Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism (2010). In 2008, he helped train defence lawyers working for the Guantanamo Bay Military Commissions. The subject matter was intelligence and evidence. Tom has given numerous intelligence, terrorism and evidence training sessions for the Canadian Department of Justice, the Canadian Police College, and various conferences in Europe, south east Asia and Australia. His publications on security and terrorism matters include Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, USA, Canada and Singapore.
7:30 PM Tues October 28, 2014, Beth Tikvah Synagogue
Tea, coffee and other light refreshments will be served