African Muslim community leaders see themselves on the frontlines of this struggle, advocating against the internet as a source of religious teaching,View More African Muslims Fight Radicalization
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It’s absurd to pass any law that is so obviously a violation of that constitution and its Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Quebec’s National Assembly…View More Quebec’s Bill 62 is an Oppression
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IF there was any doubt about what a Donald Trump presidency means for the U.S. over the next four years, and by extension for all of…View More Immigration has Nothing to do with Terrorism
Commentary by Mayank Bhatt in Toronto I published my debut novel, Belief, in Canada last year. It’s the story of an immigrant family’s struggle to integrate into the…View More Whose Voice is it Anyway?
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Canadian authors of faith-based fiction say seeking answers in religion to the injustices of their pasts enhances their creativity and inspires their literary work. A…View More Fiction Connects Faith to Contemporary World