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Seven Muslim witnesses ask: Please condemn ‘Anti-Muslim Bigotry’ instead of ‘Islamophobia’ in M-103

Over the course of two months’ worth of witness testimony into Motion M-103, the Heritage Committee heard testimony from many moderate or reformist Muslims who expressed concern that if the Canadian government responds to this report by condemning ‘Islamophobia’—rather than condemning anti-Muslim bigotry, discrimination and violence—it will be making life much more difficult for independent and dissenting Muslim voices. The key point being made by witness after witness is that the government of Canada cannot control the meaning of the word ‘Islamophobia.’ Parliament may want, simply, to condemn anti-Muslim bigotry, discrimination and violence. But in choosing instead to quell ‘ Islamophobia’

Here are 26 reasons why the M-103 committee’s report should condemn anti-Muslim discrimination rathe

Scott Reid is the Member of Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston and is currently the Shadow Cabinet critic for Democratic Institutions. He served from 2008 to 2015 as the chairman of the subcommittee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development. After two months of hearings into Motion M-103, every single witness who commented on the subject agreed that it is wrong to discriminate against Muslims, to engage in violence against Muslims, and to engage in speech that is intended to produce discrimination or violence against Muslims. But there was anything other than a consensus on the utility of the word ‘Islamophobia’—or even whe

AUDIO: Deborah Weiss Interviewed on M-103 by Tom Wallace of Fortress of Faith

This week we have Deborah Weiss on our broadcast to talk about Motion M103 that is working its way through Parliament in Canada. This motion, if it becomes law, will make it a crime to speak against Islam in Canada. Rather than type out the transcript of this interview, I think you will get more out of it by listening to the audio. In this interview you will learn what the term “Islamophobia” really means, and the implications involved in it being used in law. Those of you in Canada need to make your voices heard. Contact your government leaders and let them know your opposition to this motion. Also, educate your fellow citizens of what is going on, and how it will affect them. Those of us

Oh Canada, Who Stands on Guard for Thee? - The Not-So-Hidden Agenda Behind Motion M-103

Editor’s Note: In this article published in The Social Contract, Madeline Weld discusses what she considers to be the not-so-hidden agenda behind Motion M-103. The process of settlement is a “Civilization-Jihadist Process” with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is kind of a grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and “sabotaging” its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions. (From the Explanatory Memorandum of the General Strategic Goals for the Group in North America, an internal docum

Islamophobia – What Is Really Wrong With It

Editor’s Note: In this article, Benjamin David discusses the problems with the use of the word “Islamophobia,” which he nicely summarizes in his conclusion: “The continued acceptance of ‘Islamophobia’ as an inclusive, voguish neologism to capture both manifestations is having grave implications concerning a particular ideology – Islam. The notion of ‘Islamophobia’ is constructed out of a desire to perpetuate a siege mentality and sense of victimhood amongst Muslims, or to put an end to legitimate criticism, or to engage in lazy abuse. The important liberal principles of free speech and open enquiry are being threatened by a wily – and let’s face it, ingenious – new form of censorship.” Accep

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