Copenhagen Municipality informed the Islamic organization Hizb ut-Tahrir that it is no longer welcome to use state-funded rooms and locations for its meetings and dealings, thus marking the end of Denmark’s long-drawn-out legal battle with the notorious Islamists.
Our political class thinks it’s a swell thing that they’re here.
In his speech, Dion emphasized that “Canada’s responsibility, as envisioned by our prime minister and our government, is to demonstrate, in word and deed, that diversity must be considered an asset to humanity, not a threat. Openness, respect and acceptance of difference must be our message for all. We must be the champions of diversity.”