Exposing the soft power behind Canada's Islamophobia industry - 2019-04-15

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F0.png Exposing the soft power behind Canada's Islamophobia industry April 15, 2019, Michael Coren, Now Magazine

Conservative columnist Barbara Kay wrote in the National Post recently, "As is becoming the norm for groups mounting events that deal with conservative ideas or politically incorrect topics, locales are being kept secret until the last minute to avoid potential violence from Antifa-style activists."

Kay was referring to a column I had written back in December for NOW about an "All-Day National Teach-In" organized by a group called Canadians for the Rule of Law, which was originally set to take place in a north Toronto synagogue but had to be moved, reportedly for security reasons, after my column caused the congregation's rabbi to have second thoughts.

Kay wrote that I had doxxed the event. But all I was really trying to do was ask why any synagogue would host an event organized by a group that claims "political tribes" – "free speech disruptors and deniers on campuses, terrorist-funded Canadian jihadi organizers, Muslim Brotherhood public curriculum developers, hate speakers on social media [and] returning ISIL fighters" – are threatening the rule of law in Canada.

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{{cite news | first = Michael | last = Coren | title = Exposing the soft power behind Canada's Islamophobia industry | url = https://nowtoronto.com/news/islamophobia-industry-hate-free-speech-media/ | work = Now Magazine | date = April 15, 2019 | accessdate = October 13, 2019 }}