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Special Reports

Islamophobia and Canadian Elections

Hayy Yaqzan

Safar 02, 14412019-10-01

Islamophobia is deeply entrenched in Western society. It has also reared its ugly head in Canada, the supposed bastion of multiculturalism where it has become an issue in the election campaign.

Daily News Analysis

Canadians reject Harper’s mean spirited Islamophobic agenda and elect Trudeau as PM

Crescent International

Muharram 07, 14372015-10-20

Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister-elect, has made a number of very encouraging promises. Will he be able to deliver on them is the big question. He has a lot going for him but whether he will be able to break the stanglehold of powerful lobby groups has yet to be tested. He is off to a good start with a clear majority in parliament. And the Muslim community had a lot to do with his resounding victory.

Special Reports

Canadian election: Is strategic voting really strategic?

Ahmad Khawaja

Dhu al-Hijjah 17, 14362015-10-01

There is a notion that Muslims would be better served by voting strategically. This means voting for a party not to your liking in order to defeat one that you even dislike more. Does this really make sense? ...

Special Reports

What role for Muslims in the Canadian elections?

Tahir Mahmoud

Dhu al-Hijjah 17, 14362015-10-01

The October 19 federal election is likely to be the most crucial for Muslims in Canada. While no party represents their interests, they have a choice about the least detrimental to their interests...

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