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Tag Archives: Islamic Law

U of T professor says it is not “radical” to support Caliphate and Sharia Law

Dr. Katherine Bullock is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, University of Toronto at Mississauga. According to Bullock’s official bio, her teaching focus is political Islam from a global perspective, and her research focuses on Muslims in Canada, their history, contemporary lived experiences, political and civic engagement, debates on the veil, and media representations of Islam and Muslims. ...

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Mississauga Mayor says criticizing Islam, Mohammad is allowed; “No Sharia Law in Canada”

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.

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Quebec, Ontario imams say apostates to be executed by The Islamic State

Since 2015 Sheharyar Shaikh serves as the Imam of the Islamic Society of Kingston, Ontario and he also served as the President of North American Muslim Foundation and the Imam of Masjid Qurtabah in Scarborough, Ont. In recent years, he also took part in Dawah (introducing Islam to disbelievers) with activists affiliated with the Islamic booth at Toronto’s Dundas Square.

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Hizb ut Tahrir Canada on Quebec attack: “Islam is the true solution for mankind”

Hizb ut Tahrir Canada, the Canadian branch of the global Islamic movement Hizb ut Tahrir (حزب التحرير) which calls for the establishment of the Islamic State and implementation of Islamic Law (Sharia), says that the terrorist attack on the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec is not surprising “given the climate of hatred engendered and nurtured by such opportunistic politics.”

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CJPME warns against Islamophobia and spread of global Islamic extremism

In a January 30, 2017 Huffington Post op-ed, Thomas Woodley, President of Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) urged the Canadian political right to reflect on its role in a January 29, 2017 mass shooting at a Quebec mosque during which six congregants were killed by Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old student at Laval University.

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