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?
Book Review by Phil Gurski Belief is a novel by Mayank Bhatt, a Mumbai-born resident of Toronto. It tells the story of the son of…View More Novel Explores Road to Radicalization
Commentary by Phil Gurski Rarely in life is there a stark choice between two polar opposites. On most occasions, responses to a problem or an issue…View More The Bullet or the Ballot
Commentary by Phil Gurski A very odd thing happened Saturday in Canada. A poll appeared to show that a majority of my fellow citizens support the…View More What are “Canadian Values”?
by Mohamad Jebara in Ottawa, Ontario I’m a Canadian Muslim — proud of my faith. I feel privileged to be counted among those who share…View More Making a Mass Murderer — The Meaning of Orlando
by Rosanna Haroutounian in Quebec City Quebec’s relationship with religion must be considered in local efforts to prevent radicalization, say experts. “Public displays of religion…View More Quebec’s Secularism Works Against Muslims: Experts
by Susan Korah in Ottawa Swiss-born Muslim academic and author Tariq Ramadan told an Ottawa audience that governments and the public should recognize the equal…View More Conflicts Not About Religion, But Perception: Tariq Ramadan
by Amanda Connolly in Ottawa Among the Liberal campaign promises that are facing closer scrutiny now that the party is forming a government, the party’s vow to “prioritize…View More Experts say Liberal Counter-Radicalization Office Should Bridge, Not Drive, Regional Efforts
In 2003, Canada opted out of the coalition that pummeled Iraq back into the Middle Ages. Now, Canada has joined the coalition to fight the…View More ISIL: Refugee Crisis Linked to Bombing Campaigns – Part 3
by Naved Bakali in Brossard, Quebec “Lawfare” is a term that combines “law” and “warfare.” It describes how the law can be used as a…View More Harper Government Uses “Lawfare” to Police Muslims