A political pamphlet from a Conservative MP that urges changes to federal human-rights legislation has raised the ire of Calgary's largest Muslim organization, which views the dispatch to residents as inflammatory
Fathima Rifqa Bary, the Muslim teenager who converted to Christianity at least four years ago but who only recently ran away, has been taken away from the two good Samaritan Christian pastors who took her in and is now in state custody in Florida.
On Friday, a judge will decide whether her case should be heard in Florida or in Ohio. Her parents have “lawyered” up, her father Mohamed Bary, a jeweler, insists that he never threatened to kill her, that he wants her to come home. The mainstream media is getting nervous. What if they believe what Rifqa says and they end up sued? Or worse?
According to the recent report of the Credit Union Times UM Financial Inc., Canada-based company has announced the launch of the prepaid cards which were developed by their firm and MasterCard especially for
A Morocco-born Montreal man the Canadian Security Intelligence Service believes was once an al-Qaeda sleeper agent is on a cross-country speaking tour meant to show what he calls "the face of the monster."
Georgia Straight 18 June 2009
By Nazanin Afshin-Jam
Vancouver recording artist and international human-rights activist Nazanin Afshin-Jam
To my fellow compatriots, the brave Iranian men and women, who for the last few days have unleashed a spirit of energy that has been repressed for 30 years under an oppressive and undemocratic regime ...
... we love, admire and support you.
A "new anti-Semitism" that emanates from an alliance of Western leftists and Islamic extremists is more dangerous than the "old European" form of Jew-hatred, Canada's minister of citizenship, immigration and