Iranian-Canadian activist: Why won’t Trudeau put IRGC on terror list

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Lost in Monday’s backlash to the police’s decision to arrest Rebel News reporter David Menzies as he asked Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland a question was why Freeland was in Richmond Hill, Ontario, in the first place.

She, along with other Liberal cabinet ministers, were attending a memorial service for the victims of Flight PS752, a Ukrainian passenger jet that was shot down shortly after it took off from Tehran, Iran, killing all of the passengers on board, including 55 Canadian citizens and 30 permanent residents. 

On last night’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, guest host David Menzies was joined by Nasser Pooli for an interview about Flight PS752 and the Liberal government’s handling of Iran.

One person who wasn’t invited to the memorial was Nasser Pooli, an Iranian-Canadian activist, a frequent critic of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s soft approach to Iran.

Discussing Canada’s decision to include 10,000 Iranians linked with Tehran’s regime on a sanctions list, Nasser told David:

The Canadian government tells us that we have 10,000 people, we have put them under sanctions. I want to see that list! I want to see those names, 10,000 people you are claiming that have been sanctioned.

I want to see that list, I want to see those names. And what else is holding [the Trudeau government] back [from listing the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terror organization]. How come all this money is being laundered [by Iran in Canada]?



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