It is very clear by now to anyone paying attention that the group calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is an…View More Confronting ISIS: The NDP has Lost its Way
For some Muslims in Canada, the events of Sept. 11 cling to their collective memory like a dark stain, penetrating so deep into the fabric…View More Owning the Narrative Post-9/11
Responding to public opinion, the City of Edmonton has pulled a controversial bus placard ad campaign that some believe conveyed anti-Muslim sentiment. The campaign placed…View More Edmonton right to pull anti-Muslim bus ad
“Down Down Harper”: one could hear those rants by a bunch of radical Canadian Muslims in Downtown Toronto in the Al Quds Rally last Saturday. They were…View More Why Did the Al Quds Rally Send a Message of Hatred and Violence?
David Carment (Religious Freedom? This office is about ethnic votes, Feb. 21) has theorized in the Globe and Mail that the federal government’s interest in…View More This Office is about much more than ethnic votes
The debate as to who speaks for Muslims in the West has festered among the minds of the western intelleigentsia and politicians since Islamists have…View More Who speaks for Muslims?
I recently met the parents of Malala Yousafzai in Birmingham, England. Malala, who should be learning and laughing and doing what teenaged girls do, is…View More Malala could be the tipping point: Senator
Interfaith dialogue, as we have known it, that peaceful, sanguine and polite discourse, is dead.Yes, dead.The day of treating everyone like equals with equal truths…View More “If you are a guest in my home, there are certain rules of courtesy”