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Here's an overview of the Muslim community in Toronto. There are more than 30 distinct ethnicities, which are divided into 15 different provinces, including Ontario. This makes the population of Muslims in Toronto one of the largest ethnic groups in North America. As a result, there is great diversity between different Muslim communities. Some of these communities include those with roots in the former Ottoman Empire and others from the new, modern world.
Toronto's Muslim community is spread out throughout the city, including in areas with a lot of ethnic diversity. Most of the Muslim community is concentrated around the areas with high immigrant populations. There is a very wide range of Islamic sects in Toronto, including Shafaaq and Jamaat ul-Mujahideen, with the latter being one of the larger branches. In addition to the large Muslim communities, there are some larger groups. As of 2007, the largest Muslim community in Canada is comprised of the Mideast (North Africa), South Asia (South Asia), and Central Asia (Caucasus). The largest and most active group, of which there is currently sweedish men one in Toronto, is the Hizb ut-Tahrir in Canada. The group has a presence in Canada as well as in other countries such as India, Pakistan, and Pakistan, among others. Other groups are represented in Toronto as well, including Islamic Relief and Muslims of Canada. While the Toronto Islamic Community Center edmonton muslim has been active in the Toronto area since its founding in the 1950s, it was only formed in 2005 and has been active since its inception. It is also a part of the Toronto Muslim Community Foundation. Hizb ut-Tahrir is the Islamic fundamentalist group founded by Muslim preacher and author Anwar Sadat. Hizb ut-Tahrir and the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) were banned in Egypt under the following rule: "All forms of organization, movement, and activity of an extremist nature are prohibited in Egypt." Hizb ut-Tahrir's international organization is the International Hizb ut-Tahrir, or HTT. HTT is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood and is closely related to the Muslim Brotherhood in terms of the ideology that governs its activities. While it differs in its methods and philosophy, HTT is similar to the Islamist groups that exist outside of Egypt. The main differences between the two are in the overall goal of both groups: the overthrow of the Egyptian state, and the establishment of a fundamentalist Islamic state. A comprehensive vivastreet pakistani list of Hizb ut-Tahrir's activities can be found here. Hizb ut-Tahrir's website is linked here. The HTT website describes itself as a "Muslim community" in Canada: "The mission of HTT is to bring together a growing number of Muslims in Canada who share an interest in the restoration of Islam and in the development of a better understanding of Islam among Canada's Muslim Canadians. We believe that this mission is possible only through the continued development and education of the general Muslim population, and through a renewed and revitalized Muslim cultural life." A recent article by a Canadian commentator in the Toronto Star called Hizb ut-Tahrir Canada's Newest Islamist "Terrorist Organization" is a very good introduction to Hizb ut-Tahrir. The article explains how Hizb ut-Tahrir Canada has become an extremely important force in Canada's Muslim communities: The group now has nearly 1,000 members. They are part of what has been termed the "Islamist front," and are closely tied to the global Islamic Movement of which Al Qaeda is an offshoot. The group has played a key uae girls role in the recent bombings in Toronto that targeted Jews and police, and in the murder of a Quebec City rabbi last week. The Canadian media has dubbed Hizb ut-Tahrir Canada's "Newest Islamist Terrorist Organization" in a series of articles and editorials. The group's most prominent leader, Ahmed Said, was arrested in 2010 in Ontario after a bomb scare at a mosque in Toronto. His trial on terrorism charges is still pending. While sex dating bristol Hizb ut-Tahrir members have said their intention is to spread Shariah, the group has condemned the use of violence and has called for peaceful means of reform. According to the Toronto Star, in 2006, Hizb ut-Tahrir members were caught trying to build the world's largest prayer room by building a 10,000-foot-long, 40,000-pound structure with metal beams. That mosque was demolished, and the group says that if it ever re-emerges it would remain as a peaceful, non-violent organization. However, in a 2006 press release, Hizb ut-Tahrir claimed that it had "received no orders from the Muslim Brotherhood," and the group continues to have a presence in Canada today. The group also says that while it is not an Islamist organization, it has been described as one by the Toronto Police Services, and the group has issued a number muslims marriage of fatwas (religious decrees) for the purpose of influencing public policy. The statement on the group's website describes the Islamic law it advocates, which includes the punishments of stoning, amputation, the "halal" and "khalq" (licensing) of the sex trade. In response, Hizb ut-Tahrir says it is "extremely pleased" by the "laudable" actions taken by Toronto police, and it hopes to have its activities monitored by police.