The Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCCC) held on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square its second rally in support of free speech and against Motion 103, the anti Islamophobia motion.
Eric Brazeau continues his relentless fight for freedom of speech and against radical Islam in Canada. Equipped with signs featuring quotes from supplications recited at Masjid Toronto mosque, Brazau and fellow activists held a protest at CBC building and Dundas Square on Friday, March 17, 2017.
Freedom of speech activists plan to hold a protest against Motion – 103, also known as the anti-Islamophobia motion. The protest will take place at Nathan Philips Square on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 12 pm .
Respect for Canadian Laws (RCL) is a group of Canadians – Jewish, Christian and Muslim – who have come together to oppose Member of Parliament Iqra Khalid’s Motion M-103, which calls on the government to “condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination”.
The “March for Freedom” at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, March 4, 2017 has achieved one of its goals to allow free speech on matters related any religion, ideology or idea. CBC and CTV’s coverage of the protest included videos that for the first time displayed cartoons featuring Mohammad, the founder of Islam and the final prophet according to the ...
A week after she protested against the “Islamization” of Canada outside of Masjid Toronto Mosque, Sandra Solomon, an ex-Muslim who became a human rights activist, took advantage of the mosque’s open house on Saturday, February 25, 2017 to deliver a direct message to the Imam Ahmed Shihab and the Muslim community.
Bonnie Crombie, Mayor of Mississauga, the sixth most populous city in Canada, reassures Canadians that Motion 103, aka the anti-Islamophobia motion, will not restrict the freedom of speech, including the right to openly criticize Islam and its founder Mohammad who is deemed by Muslims as the final Prophet.
Canada’s Liberal Party is currently spearheading Motion 103 (M-103) through Parliament. Set for debate in April, the motion calls on the government to “recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear” and “condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.” The motion also calls for the establishment of a governmental committee to ...
Less than a month after anarchists, communists, and a bevy of other perpetually useless members of society shut down a speech at the University of Toronto, the school’s student newspaper, The Varsity, published a column titled “Bigotry bears no right to a platform”.