The massacre of Muslims in Canada at a Quebec City mosque on Sunday,
January 29, raises a number of questions about what happened but also
raises deep questions of morality and justice since the massacre of
Muslims in Canada is rightly condemned but another massacre of Muslims,
in Yemen, is shamefully and criminally condoned. In one situation, a
suspect faces trial for murder and is condemned by public opinion, while
in the other the guilty are treated as heroes and will receive medals.
Let’s deal with the Canadian situation first.