Elisabeth Sabaditsch Wolff representing Pax Europa speaks on The Perversion of Tolerance to Justify Censorship.
“I am not an expert on the subject matter”, Iqra Khalid noted. In Islamist circles, “experts” are those blessed by their commitment to sharia, with an ability to reference Arabic quotes off the cuff that leave guilt-ridden white liberals awestruck. We who fled the Islamic world to escape the tyranny of falsely being called “Islamophobes”, and make Canada our home, now find our enemies have hunted us down. If “Islamophobia” is ever declared a criminal offence in Canada, I will be the first to defy that law and go to jail to protest it.
I am deeply concerned that Ms. Douglass-Williams is being smeared by association with me and Jihad Watch. I have been writing against jihad terror and Sharia-justified denial of human rights for many years, and I’ve found over the years that one tactic that the allies of jihad terror and Sharia supremacist groups frequently resort to in Canada, the U.S., and Western Europe is to smear those who expose their activities as “hatemongers,” “racists,” and “bigots.” But a false charge does not become true for being often repeated.
There is a debate concerning the origins of the term Islamophobia. Should it be traced back to the 1970s or 1990s? And there is a debate concerning the usage of the term. Is it Islamophobic to be afraid of radical Islam? But a Christian colleague of mine who is an expert in Islam made a suggestion to me. He believes it is Allah himself who is the author of Islamophobia, and he finds support for this in the pages of the Quran.
With Dinesh D’Souza
Dispatches has investigated a number of mosques run by high profile national organisations that claim to be dedicated to moderation and dialogue with other faiths. But an undercover reporter joined worshippers to find a message of religious bigotry and extremism being preached.