Date: October 26, 2013
Time: 6:30pm – 10:00pm
Location: Sheraton Centre Toronto, 123 Queen Street West
Cost: $30 per person
Three leading speakers will come together to talk about Islamophobia in Canada. Nathan Lean, author of The Islamophobia Industry: How the Right Manufactures Fear of Muslims, will be joined by Doug Saunders, Globe & Mail columnist and author of The Myth of the Muslim: Do Immigrants Threaten the West, and Jonathan Kay, editor and author at the National Post. All three are well-respected authors that nevertheless hold differing perspectives, which should make for a genuinely stimulating conversation. This event will take place as part of the annual dinner of the National Council of Canadian Muslims (formerly CAIR-CAN) and is co-sponsored by The Tessellate Institute, North American Spiritual Revival (NASR), DawaNet, and the Noor Cultural Centre.
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