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B’nai Brith Canada Appalled by Antisemitism on “Muslims in Calgary” Website

Editor's Note: The appallingly anti-Semitic postings of the group "Muslims in Calgary" and a Vancouver mosque, reported by B'nai Brith, might explain the concerns about Islam by Canadian citizens. The government is not inclined to address hatred promoted by Muslim groups. Instead it would "quell" those who might express concerns by labeling them "Islamophobic." No wonder Canadians are suspicious of Motion M-103 and are losing trust in this government! This photo was posted by the "Muslims in Calgary" Facebook page alongside the caption, "However one looks at Israel, it is a scourge, a cancer that needs to be dealt with." (Screenshot) By Aidan Fishman Interim National Director of the League f

Process Nerd: The M-103 Islamophobia report hits the House soon. What’s next?

Editor's Note: As reported by Kady O’Malley, there’s very little information about what the Heritage Committee’s report on Motion M-103, anticipated to be released very soon, will say. Motion M-103, passed by the House of Commons in March, 2017, tasked the Heritage Committee with undertaking a study in order to “develop a whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating systemic racism and religious discrimination, including Islamophobia, in Canada.” People hold signs during a demonstration regarding motion M-103 in Montreal, Saturday, March 4, 2017. For a brief yet frantic few weeks on Parliament Hill last March, rookie Toronto-area Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s bid to have the Canadian h

UK: May government rejects petition for Free Speech Act and end to “hate speech” laws

Editor's Note: Robert Spencer highlights the UK government’s fear of free speech in this article on the Home Office’s rejection of a petition calling for a Free Speech Act. “Hate speech” laws are a tool of the powerful to silence dissenters. The person or group empowered with determining what is and is not “hate speech” has total power over the public discourse, and can criminalize any perspectives that the government does not favor. “Hate speech” laws are, in short, a tool for tyranny, and the freedom of speech is a society’s foremost protection against tyranny. The May government is the betrayer and destroyer of Britain, which is, of course, finished. “Tory Government REJECTS Petition for

POLL: 49% Of Canadians Oppose “National Day Of Remembrance And Action On Islamophobia”, Just 17% Sup

Editor's Note: Spencer Fernando reports on a recent poll showing that 49% of Canadians oppose and only 17% support a “National Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia.” The Trudeau government did not listen to the views of Canadians on Motion M-103, will it listen to them regarding a day against “Islamophobia”? The Canadian people consistently see through the attempts by the elites to slander legitimate questions and criticism of Islam as “Islamophobia.” A Forum Research poll shows far more Canadians oppose the idea of an anti-“Islamophobia” day than support it. As reported by the Toronto Sun, “Forum Research polled 1,408 Canadian voters and found half (49%) disapproved of designat

Sweden: 71-year-old man prosecuted for “hate speech” for criticizing Islam

Editor's Note: A 71-year-old Swedish man is prosecuted for hate speech for criticizing Islam. Is Sweden a cautionary tale of what Motion M-103 could lead to in Canada? Because of Muslim migrants, Sweden has a skyrocketing crime rate, and some heavily Muslim areas are practically war zones. And this what they’re prosecuting. “71-year-old Denny called out Islam for being a ‘fascist ideology’ – prosecuted for hate speech,” translated from “71-årige Denny kallade islam för ”fascistisk ideologi” – åtalas för hets mot folkgrupp,” Samhällsnytt, January 25, 2018: Summary: The 71-year-old read the Quran and wanted to share his perspective of Islam. Now he’s being interrogated by the Swedish police

PETITION: Sue-Ann Levy - Council's newest social justice warrior promotes 'Islamophobia'

Editor's Note: As we await the Heritage Committee’s report regarding Motion M-103, Toronto Councillor Neethan Shan wants that city to designate January 29th (the day of the mosque shootings in Quebec City in 2017) as a Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia. As does Motion M-103, Shan’s proposed motion highlights one particular group. This has so upset Jewish community activist Vivienne Ziner that she has posted a petition opposing Shan’s motion. Councillor Neethan Shan TORONTO — We were already lectured about our alleged Islamophobic tendencies a little more than a year ago when controversial bus shelter ads were released during the first phase of a $400,000 ‘Toronto for All’ program

Germany: Return of the Stasi Police State?

Editor's Note: Judith Bergman describes how the social media are mandated to be the new thought police in Germany, where those who make offensive comments on social media can even be charged with hate speech. Is Canada’s Motion M-103 a step in that direction? Germany's new law requires social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, to censor their users on behalf of the government. Social media companies are obliged to delete or block any online "criminal offenses" within 24 hours of receipt of a user complaint -- regardless of whether the content is accurate or not. Social media platforms now have the power to shape the form of current political and cultural discourse by dec

MALCOLM: Don't let them tell you it's wrong to criticize radical Islam

Editor's Note: Candice Malcolm highlights the ‘moral panic’ that criticism of Islam can generate in Canada, with Prime Minister Trudeau accusing Conservative leader Andrew Scheer of “Islamophobia” for criticizing Trudeau’s lenient treatment of returning ISIS fighters. Imagine how taking action on “Islamophobia” as Motion M-103 recommends could further stifle free speech about Islam. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participates in Fortune Global Forum Armchair Discussion "Global Leadership: The View from Canada" in Guangzhou, China on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. In 2011, then Prime Minister Stephen Harper said “Islamicism” posed the greatest threat to Canada’s national security. In the seven year

Islamophobia won't be the central focus of parliamentary committee's M-103 report, sources s

Editor's Note: Sources say that Islamophobia won’t be a central focus of the Heritage Committee’s report on Motion M-103, expected shortly after Parliament resumes on January 29th. But why not avoid the term altogether? A source said that while the report does mention the debate over the definition of the term, it doesn’t 'go on and on and on about it' Liberal MP Iqra Khalid makes an announcement about an anti-Islamophobia motion on Parliament Hill while Minister of Canadian Heritage Melanie Joly looks on in Ottawa on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. OTTAWA — The parliamentary committee tasked with preparing a report on racism and religious discrimination as required by M-103, the Liberal gover

Diane Bederman: How do we define Islamophobia?

Editor's Note: In 2017, the Canadian Parliament passed a motion, Motion M-103, condemning “Islamophobia.” Yet, as Diane Bederman points out, “Islamophobia” can be defined so broadly that a law arising from Motion M-103 could preclude any reasonable discussion of Islam. And four major Canadian media outlets could offer no definition of “Islamophobia.” “It is obviously a weaponized word that our leaders would do well to avoid. MOTION 103 That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear; (b) condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination and take note of House of Commons

Barbara Kay: Canadians don't need a 'National Day' scolding us for being Islamophobic

Editor's Note: Barbara Kay challenges the accusation implicit in the NCCM’s proposed Day of Action against Islamophobia that Canada is inherently anti-Muslim. We deplore the horrific Quebec City mosque murders. Nevertheless, an annual day of national atonement sends the wrong message Supporters show their solidarity with a local Muslim community in Peterborough, Ont., following the fatal attack on the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec in Quebec City on Jan. 29, 2017. The federal government has been asked by the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) to declare Jan. 29, the first anniversary of a murderous attack on a Quebec mosque that left six dead and several others injured, a “Nati

Canada: "Islamophobia Day"? Are You Kidding?

Editor's Note: Security expert Tom Quiggin challenges the widely held belief that the Quebec City mosque shootings resulted from anti-Muslim bigotry. He presents evidence that it is linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and might have been targeted as such. In fact, in Canada, "Islamophobia" comes in only fourth behind crimes against Blacks, Gays and Jews. Hate crimes against Muslims actually have dropped, even as the overall number of hate crimes increased, according to the last Statistics Canada reporting. The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM, formerly CAIR CAN) was founded with the mission of supporting its American parent organization, CAIR USA, which in turn was formed to support H

The Washington Post: A phony Islamophobia panic is ruining Canadian politics

Editor's Note: In this article, J.J. McCullough cautions against an ‘Islamophobia panic’, which he suggests is what the government is doing. Then-Canadian Prime Minister-elect Justin Trudeau arrives for a news conference in Ottawa on Oct. 20, 2015, after winning the general elections. During the lead-up to the 2003 Iraq War, back when invading that country was a more popular idea among Canadians than many care to remember, I recall observing an encounter at the bus stop near my house between a group of middle-aged white folks, perhaps three or four of them, and a hijab-wearing Muslim woman. I didn’t see how it began, but everyone was arguing about the war, with the Muslim woman against and e

VIDEO: Christine Douglass-Williams talks with Vlad Tepes about Islam and Canada’s Motion M-103

In this 45-minute interview on Vlad Tepes' blog, Christine Douglass-Williams, who was removed from the Canadian Race Relations Foundation by Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly for writing critically about Motion M-103, speaks about Islam, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s efforts to silence criticism of Islam with UN Resolution 16/18, and Canada’s “anti-Islamphobia” Motion M-103.

Canada: Islamist-Leftist-Government Alliance Silences Free Speech

Editor's Note: Christine Douglass-Williams describes her experience of being punished by the Liberal government for criticizing Islam. If Motion M-103 becomes a bill, it will make any criticism of Islam even more subject to censorship by being designated as hate speech. "I... make a distinction between those who choose to practice Islam in peace and harmony with others, and those with an agenda to subvert democratic constitutions, demand special privileges over other creeds, and attack innocent people as a supremacist entitlement. It is odd to be removed from a race relations foundation for my private work in criticizing Islam, which is not a race." — Christine Douglass-Williams, Jihad Watch

SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada: (With a Warning to America)

This book by security expert Tom Quiggin, published in December, 2017, exposes the infiltration of Islamist ideology into Canadian society and the threats this poses to our freedoms and way of life. Motion M-103 is discussed as a manifestation of the work of Islamist networks. The book is available in paperback and on Kindle. A link to a review of the book from the Middle East press follows below the graphic. https://www.amazon.com/SUBMISSION-Danger-Political-Warning-America/dp/099522353X Egypt Today: New book warns against political Islam in Canada https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/2/39286/New-book-warns-against-political-Islam-in-Canada

Canadian Liberal MP Labels Anti-Islamic State Protesters ‘White Supremacists’

Editor’s Note: Breitbart picks up on Liberal MP Bittle’s demonization of Canadians protesting the government’s lax ISIS returnee policy as “white supremacists.” This attitude appears to be in keeping with the thinking behind Motion M-103, designed in the opinion of many to silence criticism of Islam as hateful and racist. On his Facebook page (post below) Liberal MP Chris Bittle reveals just how confused the Liberal government is when it comes to Motion M-103 and its duty to protect Canadians from returning ISIS jihadis. View this post on Facebook: https://t.co/pPqQJe3YhP An MP of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party slammed protests in his city directed against returning I

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