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Tell the government that we need justice for the Quebec City Massacre

Sign the Petition at: http://chng.it/GTPPVd8z6p On November 26, the Quebec Court of Appeal found that section 745.51 of the Criminal Code is unconstitutional in the case of Bissonnette v The Queen. This case arose from the brutal Quebec City Mosque killings on January 29, 2017, which was the largest attack on a religious institution in Canadian history. This means that Alexandre Bissonnette would be eligible for parole in 25 years. For many of us, this is a very deeply troubling scenario to imagine. Our hearts break for the families of the victims. We believe ...

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Thank You Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau – No Fly List

On November 4th, 2020 we received great news of an important win for our community! The federal government’s announced that a redress system for travellers caught by ‘no-fly list’ errors will be coming this month. The announcement is a welcome step forward for Canadians mistakenly identified on the No-Fly List, and for their families and supporters who have worked tirelessly over many years to have this injustice corrected. The No-Fly List has long been critiqued for its false-flagging of innocent Canadians, including children, who share the same or ...

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Open Letter to the Prime Minister: Taking Action on White Supremacist Groups

Read the open letter to the Prime Minister and to all official leaders. Our communities are still reeling from the incident that took place this September 12, 2020. On that day, a member of the Canadian community, Mohamed-Aslim Zafis, was ruthlessly killed in front of the IMO Mosque in Toronto by an individual with apparent links to a neo-Nazi group. This attack did not happen in isolation. This attack is one in a long series of a chain of horrifying attacks on racialized communities in Canada. Faith-based communities, as well as racialized communities, have faced ...

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Brief – HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION OF THE UYGHURS

________________________________________________________________________ BRIEF ON HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS OF THE UYGHURS: THE CASE OF HUSEYIN CELIL AND DOMESTIC SURVEILLANCE ___________________________________  SUBCOMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOUSE OF COMMONS |  JULY 30, 2020 Introduction The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) is an independent, nonpartisan, and non-profit organization that protects Canadian human rights and civil liberties, challenges ...

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Get Sandra Solomon Off Facebook

Its Time To Get Sandra Solomon Off Facebook! Sandra Solomon has been engaging in disseminating anti-Muslim content and remarks online for years.  Her Youtube channel has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of its policy prohibiting hate speech. It is time for her Facebook to be terminated as well. Solomon's past remarks include In the past, Solomon was seen on video stating that she is visiting mosques “to educate as many as we can people about the true face of Islam” and that she wants to see the Qur’an designated as “hate literature...

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Open Letter to Minister Hussen

To read this letter in PDF form, click here!  March 26, 2020 VIA EMAIL TO: Minister Ahmed Hussen, Minister for Families, Children and Social Development Dear Minister Hussen: It is no exaggeration to say that the COVID-19 pandemic is a devastating catastrophe. It has placed demands on our charitable sector like never before. Charities across Canada have stepped up to take care of some of the most vulnerable communities in our country by providing an array of supports in response to the pandemic. As an advocacy organization serving Canadian Muslim ...

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Loi 21 Pétition

English: https://www.nccm.ca/bill21/ DITES NON À LA LOI 21 Le Conseil National des Musulmans Canadiens milite contre la loi 21 et nous avons besoin de votre support. Montrons au gouvernement du Canada que nous ne tolérerons pas cette loi discriminatoire. La loi 21, qui est en vigueur au Québec, interdit à plusieurs employés de l’État de porté des symboles religieux lors de la prestation de leur travail. Les effets de la loi ne sont pas uniquement ressentis par les Musulmans. La loi affecte également ceux et celles qui portent une kippah, un turban, un ...

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Quebec City Hate Crimes Data Error is a Symptom of a Deeper Problem

- For Immediate Release - (Montreal - August 23, 2019) Less than 24 hours after the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) called for the Quebec City Police (SPVQ) to explain the discrepancy in hate crime data, the Quebec City Police admitted that their report was in error. However, the problem is deeper than human error. Statistics Canada reported 89 incidents of hate crimes in Quebec City in 2018 and the SPVQ reported 27. “The scale of the discrepancy is far too large for this to have simply been a problem of human error – this was a system failure,” ...

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Les Écarts Entre Le Fédéral et La Police De La Ville De Québec Par Rapport Aux Statistiques Relatives Aux Crimes Haineux Sont Alarmantes

- Pour diffusion immédiate - (Montréal - 22 août 2019) Le Conseil national des musulmans canadiens (CNMC) est préoccupé par le fait que les données fédérales de 2018 de Statistique Canada suggèrent que les incidents motivés par la haine à Québec étaient trois fois plus nombreux que ceux rapportés par la police de Québec (SPVQ). « En mettant de côté l’écart entre les données, nous ne pensons pas qu’il est approprié que la police de Québec se félicite pour le déclin des crimes motivés par la haine. La mosquée de la ville de Québec, où ...

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Les Groupes De Liberté Civiles Réussissent Dans L’Application De La Loi 21

- Pour diffusion immédiate - Le CNMC, l'ACLC et Hak ont obtenu l'autorisation d'interjeter appel de la décision du juge Yergeau (Montréal - 1 er août 2019) Le Conseil national des musulmans canadiens (CNMC), l’Association canadienne des libertés civiles (ACLC) et Icrhrak Nourel Hak ont été autorisés à faire appel de la décision de l’honorable juge Yergeau dans l’affaire Hak c. Procureure générale du Québec, 2019 QCCS 2989. Par cette décision, la Cour d'appel du Québec s'est engagée à réexaminer la question de la suspension de l'application de ...

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