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Day of confrontation feared at Toronto’s City Hall

Opposing protests are planned on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 12 pm at Nathan Philip Square. Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCCC) will rally in support of free speech and against Motion 103, also known as the anti-Islamophobia motion, while the Facebook group “Toronto social for Muslim Women – Events & Meets” calls on “intersectional, anti-racist and anti-fascist groups and individuals” to join a counter protest accusing CCCC of terrorism.

Its official statement reads the following:

**This group hosting the protest is ”Canadian Coalition for concerned citizens”

**The same hate group that planned a TERROR attack against muslims few weeks ago, and had a whole building evacuated for a bomb threat in montreal.

Similar protests took place at Nathan Philip Square on March 4, 2017. The Organizing Committee Against Islamophobia (OCAI) published a list of demands from the federal government including: condemning “racists and fascists”, repealing the Barbaric Cultural Practices Act, Anti-Terrorism Act and the Safe Third Country Agreement, opening Canada’s borders to immigrants and giving permanent residency status to undocumented workers.

The Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCCC) named its protest the “March For Freedom, Liberty & Justice against M-103” (anti Islamophobia motion) and called Canadians to stand against Sharia Law & Globalization.

Police arrested several people who physically attacked participants at CCCC’s protest, including a woman who was holding a sign of the Suffragette movement.

Protests against Motion 103 are planned on March 19 also in Winnipeg, MB, Edmonton, AB, Calgary, AB, Medicine Hat, AB, Kamloops, BC and Vancouver, BC. For more information click HERE.

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