Thursday, August 8, 2019

Hurt... Please, Pray!

There's something I feel you need to know about, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).

It's not about me.  It's about how I believe something here in Canada shouldn't happen.

What is it?

Please click on the link for the article by thenectarine.ca that is entitled, Convicted terrorist will be allowed back in Canada thanks to Trudeau government lawhttps://thenectarine.ca/international/convicted-terrorist-will-be-allowed-back-in-canada-thanks-to-trudeau-government-law/?fbclid=IwAR3V2kngNyFym3TYmnX6cj39nLOgEOvHbEEc2a7C20EcCkBh56fSSW7F6AY.

Did you click on the link and read the article?  If you couldn't, you will be able to read it here (I copied/pasted):

Convicted terrorist, Tahawwur Hussain Rana with dual Pakistani and Canadian citizenship is going to be allowed back in Canada once he is done serving his sentence in the US in 2021 due to a law made by the Trudeau government. 

Hussain Rana was charged in 2009 for plotting to kill a Danish journalist that published a cartoon of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed. In addition, he was convicted for providing information to the Pakistani terrorist group responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 166 people were killed. 

As TNC reports, Rama was one of ten terrorists who were going to have their Canadian citizenship stripped under the previous Harper government. This was due to a law that allowed the government to revoke citizenship dual citizens convicted of terrorism.

However, in 2016, the Trudeau government passed Bill C-6 which protected terrorists from having their citizenship revoked. This came after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defend his stance on allowing terrorists to keep their citizenship and proclaimed “a Canadian is a Canadian.” 

Luckily for Canada, the government of India reportedly wants Rana extradited to their country to face charges related to the 2008 Mumbai attacks. 

Where do you stand on this issue? Let us know in the comments.


Wow!  If you want to comment, please click on the link and comment at the end of the article.

Is it awful to you about what was stated?  It's awful to me!  I feel hurt.

Why?

I've not agreed with our Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, because as this article stated, Justin Trudeau not just allowed through Bill C-6 to allow a terrorist to keep their Canadian citizenship... but, also because he didn't care enough about Canada and/or Canadians when he allowed terrorists to come into Canada and BECOME Canadian.

Why did Justin Trudeau do this?

I believe Justin Trudeau did this, because as I've mentioned in the past, he HATES Canada, and wants to hurt Canada enough so that at some point in the future, he can help the province of Quebec separate from Canada.

Yes, Justin Trudeau hurts Canada... and Canadians for he does wrong.

Thinking of that, made me think of Colossians 3:25, "But he that doeth wrong shall receive for the wrong which he hath done: and there is no respect of persons.".

Amen!  But he that doeth wrong shall receive for the wrong which he hath done: and there is no respect of persons.

I praise God that we read in His Word, the Bible that anyone that does wrong shall receive for doing the wrong thing, for there is no respect of persons.

Even though I'm grateful that God will deal with Justin Trudeau in the future, I pray that he won't get re-elected this year, for he has truly been hurting Canada... and Canadians.  

Please know that I've forgiven him.  But, he needs to stop hurting Canada... and Canadians.

Please... pray that Tahawwur Hussain Rana will be taken back into India, so that he will be convicted and pay the price for what he did to hurt people in India. concerning the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Please... pray that Justin Trudeau will NOT be re-elected. and that whoever IS elected this year, will be a blessing to Canada and Canadians.

Please... pray that Justin Trudeau and any other people who have never trusted in/believed upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, will do so.  Whoever does, will gain salvation, everlasting life, and be... forgiven.

Thank you for joining me in prayer.

May God bless you.


Until next time...

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