Fired by the Canadian Government for Criticizing Islam

Fired by the Canadian Government for Criticizing Islam : Multicultural Canada: A Weak Link in the Battle Against Islamization

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Those who would stifle free speech are drawing ever closer to home. The forces of tyranny - whether communist, fascist, globalist, or Islamic - know that unfettered free speech is the front line of defense against subjugation of the individual to the domination of the collective. Constraining free speech is thus always the first step to crushing the human right to freedom of belief and conscience.
Christine Douglass-Williams, an immigrant to Canada from the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago, served as an appointed Director on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Race Relations Foundation from 2012-2017, until she was summarily removed on the basis of specious accusations of "Islamophobia."
This monograph is her deeply personal account of what was done to her. But it is also something much more important. For, while the arbitrary and discriminatory treatment of an individual Canadian citizen is a story worth telling in its own right, its broader implications for the future of free expression and all other individual rights in that important Western nation that makes this work so valuable.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 5mm | 136g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1727738438
  • 9781727738438

About Christine Douglass-williams

CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS is author of the book "The Challenge of Modernizing Islam," published by Encounter Books in New York City. She is Public Affairs and Media Consultant to the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem Canada. Christine is also a former-federally appointed Director with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and past advisor to the former Office of Religious Freedom in Canada. Christine has conducted over 1,700 live television interviews as a current affairs talk show host and television producer on CTS TV in Burlington, capturing six international awards (including the Telly, Videographer and Omni Awards). A past political and crime news reporter and news room editor, Christine has also served as a regular national columnist with Metro News, where she also provided news analysis on political and diversity issues. Her writings have appeared in many publications, including: the Middle East Quarterly, FrontPage Magazine, USA Today Online, Wall Street online and the Gatestone Institute in New York, where she has been on the Board of Governors. Christine is a regular writer for Jihad Watch, a project of the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
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