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Favoring racism over a criticism of democracy
By Abbas Goya, Marxist and political activist
What happened in Egypt prior to and during the June 30th massive protest action have caused a wide range of responses in favor and in criticism of democracy. (Full Story)
Montreal Interfaith Conference, September 7, to advocate censorship
by Marc Lebuis, Point de bascule Editor

An objective pursued by the Muslim Brotherhood with its “interfaith activities” is to try to gain support from non-Muslims for the censorship of its critics. Various actors in the Muslim world have taken measures to censure those who criticize one aspect or another of their doctrine. (Full Story)

Interfaith Conference scheduled in Montreal, September 7: ''Interfaith dialogue one of the most effective methods for waging ideological jihad in the West'' claims an online Editor
Submitted to Tolerance.ca by Marc Lebuis, Point de Bascule Editor

On September 7, 2011, the Dalai Lama, Tariq Ramadan and other personalities are scheduled to speak at the Second Global Conference on World's Religions after 9/11. The conference is organized in Montreal with the active cooperation of McGill University and the Université de Montréal. Interfaith dialogue is one of the most effective methods known to the Muslim Brotherhood for waging ideological jihad in the West.
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Israel. Anti-boycott law forces Israelis to take a stand
by Mairav Zonszein

Tel Aviv - Last summer, a group of prominent Israeli actors and artists signed a letter declaring their refusal to perform in the newly built cultural centre in Ariel, the largest Jewish settlement situated deep in the West Bank. The letter ignited a debate in Israel about the right to publicly express and act on their opposition to the settlement project and continued occupation of the territories seized in the 1967 war. (Full Story)

An open letter to Quebecers. Is the Muslim Brotherhood getting stronger in Quebec?
By Germain Belzile, HEC, Jean-Charles Chebat, HEC, Pierre Brassard, Montréal, Jacques Brassard, former Quebec minister

A conference entitled Nos Familles, Nos Fondations (Our Families, Our Foundations) will shortly take place on Sept. 25 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal (the convention centre). The conference, sponsored by Islamic Relief Canada, a well-known organization which is headquartered in Great Britain, is the product of the alliances of the broad Muslim Brotherhood movement. (Full Story)

Call-in shows should be based on respect, understanding and tolerance
I feel the frustration the City Councillor Sandra Bussin was going through when she called in the Toronto radio station to express her resentment and views over what was being said about the outgoing mayor. (Full Story)
Open Letter from the wives of 4 sailors who’re still locked aboard MV ARTIC SEA by Russian forces
We’re wives of four crew members of the m/v Arctic Sea , we’re crying for help. (Full Story)
Toronto18 conviction should be an awakening call about extremism
by Abubakar N. Kasim -Toronto 

I don't think we should celebrate this conviction as much as we should discuss the root causes of why a young boy would be attracted to such a trend and what should we as a society do about it. (Full Story)

An Open Letter To President Barack Obama On Africa
By Charles Quist-Adade

Allow me the singular honour to say Akwaba (Welcome) in advance of your historic visit to “Black Africa.” I ask for Providence’s guidance and wisdom and the protection and blessings of our ancestors. As you make this historic trip to the continent, I will like to make the following humble requests to you in a form of this open letter (Full Story)

We Fled to Escape Sharia Law
By Maryam Namazie

Contrary to claims of promoting social cohesion and ‘minority rights,’ Sharia in Britain is actually a capitulation to political Islam. Just as the Pakistani government’s agreement to allow the imposition of Sharia in the north-west this very week is an attempt to placate and appease the Islamists. It has nothing to do with freedom of religion and belief, or rights and choices. In fact, the stronger and more pervasive its hold, the less freedoms, rights and choices people – and particularly women - have. (Full Story)

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