2 Sets of Human Rights in Western Countries? Islam’s Cairo Declaration | M103 Canada – Cairo Video



published: 2017-10-14 03:03:44

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If Canadians understood that Islam has its own version of Human Rights I think they’d rebel against the imposition of Islam & their bogus concept of Islamophobia into our country. This video talks about Motion M103, the witnesses in opposition to the motion, the tie in of this motion to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights and our risky gamble on tolerating a culture that does not tolerate us in return.

Maj R. Cooper’s full testimony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_o4mtPSJIQ

Full Discussion on the Cairo Declaration in the Ahmidiyya Muslim community: https://youtu.be/dHP5DP0Uvww

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  1. Totally agree with you Polly , just lost for words to make a comment .

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  2. Don't get it twisted folks, you are powerful, and you are dangerous. Take a look at what Canadians did in both world wars, we are not a weak willed people. We are hard working, smart, disciplined people. Fucking remember it, and keep your gloves up.

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  3. Excellent video, excellent research Thank you..
    We have 2 rules:
    Rule 1: We have the rules
    Rule 2: Islam is exempted from the rules
    LOVE your last line. 🙂

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  4. Wow – awesome possum; well said.
    Couple of points to emphasize or elaborate on:
    1) Quite agree that the endorsement or support of the CDHRI by our government – which should know better but apparently doesn't – essentially promotes a "two-tiered system of rights, one for Muslims, and another for the rest of us". Particularly problematic as the CDHRI is predicated on a theocratic system that is or should considered to be antithetical by every last thinking person in the country who has any commitment at all to the principles of the Enlightenment – the essential elements of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms;
    2) Nice to see the inclusion of Anjuli Pandavar's rather stark though cogent if not damning summary of the dichotomy between, the essential incompatibility of, rights predicated on the the Western world's UDHR, and on the theocratic and rather barbaric set of rights predicated on the Quran and Sharia and the CDHRI. Interested readers may wish to check out her archived post which you've quoted from here: https://web.archive.org/web/20170401125121/http://freethoughtblogs.com/anjuli/2017/04/01/the-udhr-and-the-cdhri-their-ideals-and-ours/ Additional posts of hers that are equally damning of the barbarism that is Islam can be found at: https://web.archive.org/web/20170710180712/freethoughtblogs.com/anjuli

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  5. No, I didn't know that. Thank you for informing us. This explains everything. Wow.

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