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Syed Soharwardy says that allowing Muslim women to testify in court wearing the nikab “takes the Canadian society in a forward direction rather than backward direction”.


Syed Soharwardy

Muslims laud niqab ruling

“If they want her in a separate place they can just validate her identity by asking her to take the niqab off.”
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Decision takes Canada in a forward direction
By Trevor Scott Howell and Natalie Stechyson, Calgary Herald; Postmedia News December 21, 2012

Leaders in Calgary’s Muslim community praised Thursday’s decision by the Supreme Court of Canada that could allow women, under certain circumstances, to wear a niqab while testifying in court.

“This is a very good decision,” said Syed Soharwardy, founder of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada. “It takes the Canadian society in a forward direction rather than backward direction. For a fair trial, it is OK to reveal your identity and remove the niqab. In my view it matches with the Islamic teachings.” Continue reading

Spencer Fernando: “This is why I oppose the creation of a Racialized Representative.”

We are more than the colour of our skin

Posted November 5th, 2012 by Spencer Fernando
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verb (used with object), ra·cial·ized, ra·cial·iz·ing.

1: To impose a racial interpretation on; place in a racial context.
2: To perceive, view, or experience in a racial context.
3: To categorize or differentiate on the basis of race. Continue reading

Winnipeg Free Press states that “everyone has a right to be themselves, to practise their religion, speak their language and follow their customs”. What about “honour killings”?

dale cummings / winnipeg free press

Canada’s core values are strong
By: Staff Writer
Posted: 1:00 AM | Comments: 4
dale cummings / winnipeg free press

Statistics Canada released a batch of new figures this week that shows Canada’s multicultural mosaic is flourishing. Some 200 languages are actively used here and one in five Canadians (6.6 million people) speak a language other than French or English at home.

The data are not that different from previous census figures that showed nearly as many people using a non-official language in the home, but it was all too much for Salim Mansur, a political scientist from the University of Western Ontario, who says it demonstrates Canada is a country “without a core culture.” Continue reading

Conservatives pull CIReport witnesses from immigration committee following accusations of intolerance

Conservatives pull witnesses from immigration committee following accusations of intolerance
By Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press September 26, 2012

OTTAWA – The Conservative government pulled two of its own witnesses from an immigration committee at the eleventh-hour Wednesday, calling material on the group’s website disgusting and un-Canadian.

The witnesses from the Canadian Immigration Forum — Madi and Julien Lussier — had been scheduled to appear, although they had not been publicly listed by the committee, for its first meeting of the parliamentary session.

NDP and Liberal MPs immediately balked at their presence as soon as they arrived at the committee, pointing to elements on the group’s website they called shocking. Several MPs on the committee are immigrants.

Sections of the site include one on so-called “Chinafication” and “Arabization,” and a video interview with Canadian white supremacist Paul Fromm and others from a conference of the “racialist” group American Renaissance.

The site is called the Canadian Immigration Report, with the title: “The impact of immigration and racial diversity on Canada and Canadians.”

A survey on the site asks how long immigration to the west should be halted.

“If you want to protect and preserve Canada, stop immigration for at least 50 years,” Madi Lussier writes. Continue reading

Religious accommodations: Montréal City Council Majority Leader Marvin Rotrand demanded that Mayor Anie Samson of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension formally apologize to Montréal’s Jewish Community for suggesting that the City Administration is seeking to impose a Jewish holiday on all city councillors

Montréal City Council Majority Leader Marvin Rotrand

September 23, 2012 4:20 PM

Mayor Anie Samson of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension

Council Session on Yom Kippur – Anie Samson and Vision Montreal must apologize to the Jewish community

MONTREAL, Sept. 23, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ – Montréal City Council Majority Leader Marvin Rotrand demanded that Mayor Anie Samson of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension formally apologize to Montréal’s Jewish Community for suggesting that the City Administration is seeking to impose a Jewish holiday on all city councillors.

“Anie Samson’s suggestions are absurd and offensive to the entire Jewish community. Ms. Samson must apologize publicly. The fact is, Montréal’s different mayors and administrations have, for the past three decades, always respected the holidays of the major religions throughout Montréal. Just as it would be unthinkable to hold a City Council meeting on December 25 or during Ramadan, we do not meet during the Jewish High Holy Day of Yom Kippur, which starts at sundown on Tuesday, September 25,” Mr. Rotrand noted. Continue reading

Betraying our ancestors by banning Christian symbols but allowing Sikhs to wear ceremonial dagger inside all public areas of Ontario’s courts


Sikh ceremonial dagger allowed inside all public areas of Ontario’s courts

White liberal guilt
OHRC forces its hand with kirpan ruling
By Tarek Fatah

First posted: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 06:59 PM EDT | Updated: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 07:39 AM EDT

Multiculturalism and religious freedom trumped safety concerns in an Ontario Human Rights Commission decision that will allow Sikhs to carry traditional cermonial daggers, known as kirpans, in the public areas of Ontario courts. Chris Wattie/REUTERS FILES

When the history of our troubled adjustment to a multi-racial western society is written, I hope the role of guilt-ridden, bleeding heart white liberals shall feature prominently.

The quintessential example of such a person is Cheryl Bormann, the American lawyer for accused jihadi Walid bin Attash, who is charged in the 9/11 terrorist attack on America.

Bormann came to court dressed in an exotic full body Arabian cloak with a head cover that befitted downtown Riyadh rather than Guantanamo. If her affront to America was not enough, she then asked the judge to order other women in the room to follow her example. Continue reading

Ottawa police announced they have agreed to collect race-based data

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by Anthony Morgan Articling student; 2012 Black History Month Laureate; former president, Black Law Students’ Association of Canada
  • First Posted: May 17 2012 04:55 AM

With evidence of systemic anti-black racism in Canadian policing, it may be necessary to shift the burden onto police officers to rebut the presumption that they are racial profiling.

On May 4, Ottawa police announced that they have agreed to collect race-based data. This, they revealed, has been agreed to as part of a settlement of a human-rights complaint that was initiated after a seemingly textbook case of racial profiling.

The complaint came from a then-18-year-old black youth, Chad Aiken, who was stopped by police while driving his mom’s Mercedes. Aiken alleged that he was stopped because he is black, and also claimed that the police assaulted him after he asked for their badge numbers. While few other details have been made public, what seems to have been central to vindicating Aiken’s claims is an audio recording that his fast-thinking girlfriend captured of the incident. Continue reading