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Inside Quebec's far right: Take a tour of La Meute, the secretive group with 43,000 members - Montreal - CBC News

8.1.17

Inside Quebec's far right: Take a tour of La Meute, the secretive group with 43,000 members - Montreal - CBC News: Via APNS editor John-John by email -- Many wore black shirts emblazoned with a wolf paw — the badge of a group that has rapidly become the most visible expression of Quebec's far right.

La Meute — or Wolf Pack — has attracted more than 43,000 people to a secret Facebook group in little over a year.

There, they exchange calls to boycott halal products, circulate petitions against government policies that foster multiculturalism and post stories from little-known publications about the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Quebec.

La Meute's leaders are now attempting to translate the group's online popularity into concrete political influence.

They hope to become a lobby group of sorts, dedicated to making Quebecers aware of the threat posed by Islamic fundamentalism.


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