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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Watch: Canadian PM embraces Sharia blasphemy law to criminalize criticism of Islam & the Prophet Muhammad "Islamophobia (fear of Islam)"

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In a powerful speech to Canadian Parliament Prime Minister Trudeau calls out "islamophobia" and even compares it to anti-semitism in Canada.
This speech raised concerns among many in Canada because the term Islamophobia simply refers to the "fear" of Islam. How can a democratic state prohibit people from being afraid of religious ideology (Islam)?
Is it even possible to tell people what to think about Islam? Since it is a religious ideology.
There is a big difference between criticism of Islam and racism (Islam is not people or a race).
What do you think about this? Please leave a comment below.
Countries like Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Iran, the punishment for criticizing Islam (blasphemy) is death.
Many countries such as Iran and the Gulf states and even terrorist organizations use Islam's ideology to justify brutal violation of women's rights, children's rights and minority rights throughout the Middle East Asia and Africa.
Is it considered Islamophobia to criticize human rights violations in Muslim countries that are practicing Sharia laws?