Toronto protest: Quebec Muslims murdered because Islam “challenges white supremacy violence”
Yusra Khogali and Alexandria Williams, both co-founders of Black Lives Matter – Toronto (BLM TO) – the self proclaimed “coalition of Black Torontonians resisting anti-Black racism, state-sponsored violence and police brutality”, lead the protest on Saturday, February 4, 2017 against the policy of US President Donald Trump that took place in front of the American Consulate in Toronto.
In her short speech at the beginning of the rally, Yusra Khogali portrayed Canada as a country that was founded on genocide, racism and slavery implying that these policies are being implemented by the current federal government. She accused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of being a “liar”, “hypocrite”, “white supremacist” and “terrorist”, advising the cheering crowd not be fooled by Trudeau’s “ liberal bullshit.”
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Trudeau should ‘lift the cap’ on refugee sponsorships in wake of Trump immigration order: protesters
Hundreds rallied against Islamophobia at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto Saturday, in a bid to push the Trudeau government to denounce the U.S. ban on immigration and travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Washington Post: Donald Trump Trying to Impose Christian ‘Sharia Law’
“Religious law may be coming to America. But it’s not sharia; it’s Christian,” the ominous headline warns. Opinion columnist Catherine Rampell writes that the Trump White House “wants to make it easier for hard-line Christian to impose their beliefs and practices on the rest of us,” citing examples such as Trump’s comments on prioritizing Christian refugees from the Middle East, and his desire to amend a tax code provision barring religious organizations from engaging in political activity.
How this amounts to an effort to impose Christian beliefs on others, or “something resembling” sharia law, is unclear.
‘Refugees are welcome here’: Protesters rally in Ottawa to support Muslims
More than 250 people gathered at the Human Rights Monument on Elgin Street on Saturday to be part of a nationwide series of rallies to show solidarity with Muslims and refugees.
The Ottawa rally attracted a diverse, mostly non-Muslim crowd demonstrating support for the six Muslim men killed in a mosque in Quebec City, protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries, and calling for an overhaul to Canada’s immigration laws.
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Even though the majority of Americans as well as the entire Trump administration do not want so-called “refugees” brought into America, they’re being forced down our throat by the deep state.
This is straight treason.
College socialists: We need more violence against Trump and his supporters to be effective
The Barnard-Columbia Socialists, which includes students from Columbia and its sibling women’s college, used Monday’s daylong campus protests and demonstrations against Trump’s executive order on immigration to promote their similar event, “The Case for Socialist Organization.”
The socialists’ flyer called for students to “Unite!” and fight Trump “to defend immigrants from deportation, safeguard abortion and reproductive rights, stand up against racist police violence, protect public education, preserve our unions, and save the planet.”
How far can protesters go before the government steps in?
The protests of 2016, against pipelines and police shootings and a presidential candidate, have sparked lawmakers in eight states to consider bills boosting penalties for unlawful demonstrations. They include one that would protect drivers who “unintentionally” run over activists blocking roads and another aimed at forcing protesters to pay up to three times the costs of any damage they caused.
In Washington state, a lawmaker termed some protests “economic terrorism” and introduced a bill that would permit judges to tack on an additional year in jail to a sentence if the protester was “attempting to or causing an economic disruption.”
Muslim immigrant cabbies say they face discrimination in Quebec City job market
Taxi drivers such as Karim, 53, who didn’t want to use his last name, are thankful for the outpouring of warmth towards the Muslim community from people across the city since last weekend’s shooting.
But he and his colleagues at the airport taxi stand — many of whom hail from French-speaking North Africa — can’t help but feel frustration at the society they feel hasn’t fully accepted them, especially in the job market.