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Conservative Values

Double standard surrounds M-103 motion

The silence speaks volumes.

It's as though the anti-Islamophobia Motion-103 has already passed.

For example, last week when a small group descended on the Masjid Toronto mosque to protest Islam, Sharia law, honour killings and ISIS, political leaders were tripping over each other on Twitter to denounce this happening.

"There is no place for Islamophobia in Ontario. Thankful for those who stand with the Islamic community against hate," tweeted Premier Kathleen Wynne, who herself was seated at the back of this mosque during prayers recently.

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