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National Post - John Robson: The obvious lesson about terrorists — they hate us for who we are, not

Editor’s note: In this article, John Robson argues that the Islamist terror attack on a pop concert in Manchester is an attack on the West simply for who we are. The obvious conclusion, then, is that we must come to grips with certain tenets of Islam that motivate terrorists to act. Motion M-103, and especially any law that might arise from it, would serve to stifle this very necessary conversation. Young Manchester Survivor Describes Attack Once again, we find ourselves aghast at a terrorist atrocity. Once again, we seek to console, rebuild and carry on. And once again, we wonder what it can all mean. Consolation is the first task. And we must carry on, seeking better security without shr

Toronto Sun: Time to stand up for Western civilization

A jihadist terrorist targeted and murdered children and young adults enjoying a pop concert in Manchester. Among the 22 killed was eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos. According to a teacher at her school, “Saffie was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word. She was loved by everyone and her warmth and kindness will be remembered fondly.” It’s difficult to make sense of a heinous act like the killing of children. It’s hard to fathom how anyone could look at the face of a sweet and innocent little girl and see an enemy target. But understanding that tells us everything we need to know about jihadist terrorists. We are fighting an enemy that purposely targets not ju

WND Radio: Muslims Invade U.S. ‘In The Name Of Allah'

Editor's note: In this article and radio interview, Paul Nehlen discusses the concept of ‘Hijrah’ in Islamic doctrine, in which migration to non-Muslim lands is part of the strategy of the Islamization of the globe. In Islamic theology, the entire world must eventually be ruled by Sharia law as the supreme law. Whether our Parliamentarians understand it or not, Motion M-103 is designed to set the stage to stifle criticism of Islam, which is forbidden under Sharia law. Paul Nehlen: Americans collecting big cash from feds to help with 'migrant' influx The man who unsuccessfully challenged House Speaker Paul Ryan in a Republican primary last year is now releasing a documentary highlighting what

Islamophobia: A Rose By Any Other Name?

William Shakespeare recognized reality's primacy over the world of words when he noted that the fragrance of a rose was in no way dependent on its name. With all the confusion surrounding the term "Islamophobia" of late, one might wonder if we are experiencing a Shakespearean reality-word disconnect today. After all, Iqra Khalid, the Member of Parliament from Mississauga-Erin Mills and the sponsor of Motion M-103, assures us that “Islamophobia” means an "irrational fear of Muslims that leads to discrimination". This interpretation flies in the face of the fact that the word’s constituent parts denote an irrational fear (phobia) of Islam. The question arises, does ridding Canada of “Islamopho

A Slap in the Face to Democracy: Canada's "Anti-Islamophobia" Motion

Editor's note: This article sheds light on what appear to be the driving forces behind motion M-103, passed by the House of Commons on March 23, which was in fact tabled by Iqra Khalid in December, 2016, before the mosque shootings that occurred on January 29. "While the NCCM's open letter does not directly call for Sharia law or the criminalization of criticism of Islam, it does advance the notion that the famously tolerant nation of Canada must set up anti-racism directorates in each province to track instances of Islamophobia, institute a mandatory course on systemic racism for Canadian high school students, and train its police officers to use bias-neutral policing." — Josh Lieblein, The

Freedom Defence Canada: Why M-103 Still Matters

It’s a sad fact that most of us forget the news. We’re busy, and we tell ourselves that we can’t make a difference. It’s understandable. The frantic post modern, internet based crazy 21st century universe consumes us, and it’s easy to push events from our minds. Who needs the added stress and worry? But we shouldn’t adopt this attitude. Some issues are just too important. M-103 not over One of them is motion M-103. A lot of the hoopla about it has passed. It’s not in the news, anymore and articles aren’t being written about it. The public is gradually beginning to forget about it, and that’s a tragedy, because it’s far from over. In fact, if anything, it’s more important than ever, and

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