Canada Inching Toward ‘Islamophobia’ Law

Canada Inching Toward ‘Islamophobia’ Law, by David Krayden.

Canada is inching toward a broadly-based law that would codify “Islamophobia” as a hate crime without even defining Islamophobia or demonstrating that it is a phenomenon requiring legal action.

After first passing a motion that condemns Islamophobia, last month, Iqra Khalid, a Member of Parliament (MP) from the governing Liberals, tabled Motion M-103 in the House of Commons. The motion demands that Islamophobia be treated as a crime without even bothering to define the offense. …

No mainstream media outlet reported this parliamentary activity; some social media blogs and private news websites discussed the motion.

Then last month, Liberal MP Khalid introduced another more comprehensive motion that “the government should recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear… condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination …”

Khalid recommends that Islamophobia — whatever that is — be treated as a hate crime by the federal government …

This motion was tabled for debate. Khalid’s communications assistant, Anas Marwah, told The Daily Caller that they expect the motion to come up for discussion in a couple of weeks. …

The motion has received virtually no mention in the mainstream media.

So it quietly becoming unlawful in Canada to complain about Muslims? Muslims alone, with their immutable seventh century Arab culture, stand above criticism? This will play to their superiority complex big time, and assist in bringing more Muslim immigrants and refugees. How long before Canada adopts Sharia law? At what point, if any, does Canada stop its progress towards Sharia law?