I want to respond to your talk at Congregation TBDJ yesterday, specifically your clarification of your position on the Iraq War and Canada’s non-participation therein: By Ken Corber – Montreal.

  • April 30, 2003
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As it stands today in Quebec, and Canadian law, there are two civil rights categories: By Tony Kondaks – Mesa, Arizona

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This is the real battle that has finally come to fruition courtesy of Brent Tyler, Canada’s last defender of Equal Rights within ethnocentric Quebec.

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Third comes the hard part, modernizing Islam itself.

  • April 27, 2003
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The reason why the English/Ethnic communities NEVER proceeded in the direction you suggest is at least SIX fold.

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I watched the messianic Islamic mob move inextricably forward and onward towards their vision of the divine in Karbala in their march to the archaic.

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Everyone knows that the Americans planned this invasion (of Iraq), even before 9/11.

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I certainly hope the Americans are really up to the task of democratizing Iraq. But I doubt if they can. I sincerely believe that the Middle Eastern Arabs are absolutely determined not to become a region of democracies.

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I would be lying if I told you that I could not understand why many within the English speaking community are pleased to see the EQUALITY PARTY go.

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I believe with absolute conviction, just as I wrote in my last editorial, April 11, 2003, that “Freedom Of The Press Is The Greatest Defense Of Democracy”.

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