CORRECTS NAME AND TITLE TO LABIDI FROM LABIBI AND VICE PRESIDENT FROM PRESIDENT - Mohamed Labidi, the vice-president of the mosque where an attack happened, is comforted by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, left, and Quebec City mayor Regis Labeaume, right, during a news conference Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, about the fatal shooting at Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Couillard both characterized the attack at the mosque during evening prayers as a terrorist act.
CORRECTS NAME AND TITLE TO LABIDI FROM LABIBI AND VICE PRESIDENT FROM PRESIDENT - Mohamed Labidi, the vice-president of the mosque where an attack happened, is comforted by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, left, and Quebec City mayor Regis Labeaume, right, during a news conference Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, about the fatal shooting at Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Couillard both characterized the attack at the mosque during evening prayers as a terrorist act. Jacques Boissinot AP
CORRECTS NAME AND TITLE TO LABIDI FROM LABIBI AND VICE PRESIDENT FROM PRESIDENT - Mohamed Labidi, the vice-president of the mosque where an attack happened, is comforted by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, left, and Quebec City mayor Regis Labeaume, right, during a news conference Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, about the fatal shooting at Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Couillard both characterized the attack at the mosque during evening prayers as a terrorist act. Jacques Boissinot AP

Progressives soft on Muslim terrorism

February 05, 2017 2:33 PM