The Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCCC) held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 the “March For Freedom, Liberty & Justice against M-103” (anti Islamophobia motion) at Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square.
On Thursday, March 2, 2017, Ex-Muslim, human rights activist Sandra Solomon went to York University to learn about the Islamic Awareness Week organized by Muslim Students Association (MSA) and specifically the Islamic teachings pertaining to women.
Haroon Siddiqui, the Toronto Star’s former columnist and editorial page emeritus, has recently accused the Canadian media of “violating their own declared principles of fair and ethical journalism” by “contributing to widespread Islamophobia.”
Haroon Siddiqui, the Toronto Star’s former columnist and editorial page emeritus, has recently accused the Canadian media of “contributing to widespread Islamophobia” and by doing so, he claimed, “the media are violating their own declared principles of fair and ethical journalism.”
In a follow-up to the first-ever national survey of Canada’s Muslim population conducted by the Environics Institute in 2006, a new national survey which polled 600 Canadian Muslims18 years and older, reveals what it is like to be Muslim in Canada, and how this has changed over the past decade.
Sareen Qureshi, a student activist and “recruitment manager” and York University in Toronto, suggests that the Islamophobic incidents in Canada aimed at women wearing a religious veil are in fact “gender-based crimes.”
Without mentioning his name, the Prime Minster of Canada, Justin Trudeau, harshly slammed the American Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s statement recommending a temporary halt of immigration from Muslim countries until re-evaluation of the situation is conducted. When asked “will you stand up to Donald Trump and condemn his hateful rhetoric?” during the Maclean’s Town Hall (December 16, 2015), Justin Trudeau ...
During the election campaign, the Toronto Star, a mouthpiece of the Liberal Party, repeatedly accused the former Primes Minister, Stephen Harper, of anti-Muslim fear-mongering and of cynically over-blowing the threat of terrorism for political gains.