Monday, January 14, 2008

Ezra Levant Update

Ezra Levant has a blog where he is chronicling his experience with the Alberta Human Rights Commission kangaroo court. He has several more videos of his interrogation posted as well as an in depth look at this extremely misguided process.

Little Green Footballs points to an example of the grammatically and ethically challenged thoughts of Mr. Levant's accuser, Syed B. Soharwardy.


[Ed. Note: Our previous story about Levant is here]

1 comment:

  1. Canada: Freedom of Speech succumbing to Kangaroo Courts of the Human Rights Commission

    Proceedings against Ezra Levant are nothing short of ridiculous, but let's consider the implications for moderate Muslims. This "investigation" will further divide Muslims and non-Muslims in Canada. It will give credence to radicals' claims that the West is at war with Islam. It will antagonize non-Muslims and moderate Muslims will be pushed towards radicalization. Regardless of the outcome, once again Islamists skillfully manipulated Dhimmi justice system and came out as clear winners. Thank you, Human Right Commission!

    Muslims Against Sharia are proud to be the first Muslim group to publicly support Ezra Levant and denounce HRC inquisition
    http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2008/01/canada-freedom-of-speech-succumbing-to.html

    Sign Free Dominion Against the HRCs Petition
    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/a-free-dominion-against-the-hrcs.html

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