How to cure the honour killings ‘cancer’

Tarek Fatah – Almost as soon as news broke that the murders of three Afghan-Canadian teenage sisters and their father’s first wife in Kingston, Ont., were possible “honour killings,” some in the Muslim community reacted in the most predictable fashion: defensiveness and denial.

Father Raymond J. De Souza: Kingston killings show there’s no such thing as foreign values

“Indeed, the Kingston killings remind us that there is very little that is truly foreign anymore. The clash between histories, cultures and values is not a battle overseas; it’s as much a part of Canada today as the Rideau Canal.”