Canada Gives $30 Million to Muslim Terrorists
2010 06 03

By David Livingstone | henrymakow.com


Last week, the Aga Khan, (left) received a $30 million grant from the Canadian government for a "global center to promote diversity." None of the Opposition parties bothered to ask why the Canadian government gave this tidy sum to one of the richest men on the planet.

The prominence of the Aga Khan family may be attributed to their long-term involvement in the Occult and Illuminati-sponsored Muslim terrorism.

The Aga Khan is the hereditary leader of 15 million Ismaili Muslims who trace their descent directly to the notorious Assassins of Islam. Many believe that the Knights Templars learned their occult doctrines form the Assassins during the Crusades. In fact, according to Scottish Rite Freemasonry, the Templars "rescued" a number of "Eastern mystics", and brought them to Scotland, where their traditions were preserved.

Leading scholars of the Kabbalah, like Gershom Scholem, and more recently Nathaniel Deutsch, speculate that a lost Gnostic tradition survived among the Sabians (Assassins), before it was introduced to Southern France and became known as the Medieval Kabbalah. There, it spawned the heresy of the Cathars, from which the Templars emerged, and lead to the legends of the Holy Grail.

Terrorism is a foreign practice to Islam. The first instance of terrorism in Islam can be traced to the Assassins, derived from a heretical splinter group of Islam, known as the Ismailis.

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