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Canada’s capitol city of Ottawa is a quiet city with less than one million people inhabiting it. There, the annual murder rate is only 10, which is why it came as a shock in 2016 when the murder rate shot up to 24.

Making this even more eerie is the fact that Muslims were startlingly overrepresented in these homicides…

With just 66,000 Muslim refugees in Ottawa, they make up only 5% of the population there, yet Front Page Mag reported that the massive influx of migrants helped bring about a disturbing spike in murders that the Ottawa police are struggling to cope with. 2016 began with a Muslim murder in January in the Canadian city when Mohamed Najdi was killed by five other Muslim men.

The year also ended with a Muslim murder in December, when Somali Muslim sisters Asma and Nasiba were killed by their brother Musab A-Noor in an honor killing.

In March, 24 year-old college student Christina Voelzing became Ottawa’s sixth murder victim when she was killed by her Muslim ex-boyfriend Behnam Yaali, a drug dealer. The seventh murder victim in Ottawa in 2016 was Lonnie Leafloor, a 56 year- old former truck driver who was stabbed by Idris Abdulgani, a Muslim who had just been released from prison for robbery.

In fact, of the first seven murders that took place in Ottawa last year, six involved Muslims as either the perpetrators or the victims while the seventh is ambiguous.

This came after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a huge advocate for Muslim colonization, declared Canada to be the “first postnational state.”

“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” Trudeau insisted.

In the months following this declaration, thousands of migrants were dumped in Ottawa, where a “little Syria” was created that quickly overwhelmed local resources. Now, it’s clear that they have overwhelmed police with their murder spike as well, putting the lives of Ottawa natives at risk.

We can only imagine what will happen in Ottawa in 2017…

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