The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) conducted a presentation on "Islamophobia" at Carleton University in Ottawa on Wednesday, October 19. A member of the audience recorded it and uploaded it to YouTube, along with some additional information on the sponsor organization.
Pay close attention to the kind of rhetoric and techniques used by the organization formerly known as CAIR-Canada.
At one point, the speaker asks people to read trivial anecdotes about "Islamophobia" supposedly experienced by Muslims after various Islamic mass terror attacks like the one in Nice, France.
The presenter made people read these anecdotes out loud, as if they had happened to them. Then she thanked them for sharing, as if they had told their own stories.
(Similar anecdotes from survivors of those same terror attacks were not included in the presentation.)
The presentation featured a number of these rhetorical devices, apparently designed to stifle any criticism of Islam.
The concept of Islamophobia itself is a fighting tool used by Islamists with the aim of preventing the criticism of their totalitarian program. The terrorist attacks that took place in Belgium in March 2016 have led some mainstream media in that country to reconsider the organizations screaming ‘Islamophobia’ as soon as commentators criticize one trend or another of Islam.
More information on NCCM/CAIR-Canada can be found here.
On October 5, the NDP attempted to pass a unanimous motion against "all forms of Islamophobia", without defining that term. However, the NDP did not condemn the "Christophobia" and "Judeophobia" which is rampant within the Islamic world, where anactual genocide against Christians is occurring.
The video editor makes the point that criticism of religious or political authority is central dogma for a free people. It must be unfettered.