Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Mouthy Chicks Speak Out Against Islamism

Islamism's War Against Women
Canadian Women Speak Out
An Important Topic...An Impressive Panel
35 Hazelton Avenue

Moderator: Barbara Kay, Opinion Columnist, National Post
Special Guest Speakers: Raheel Raza, Natasha Fatah, Marina Nemat
Our distinguished speakers will address the issue of gender apartheid in the Middle East, and how it impacts Canada.
Honour killings, domestic abuse, forced child marriage, and the enslavement of women is a barbaric 6th Century philosophy that has emigrated to our country.
Please join us to learn more about this phenomenon, and to enhance awareness about what we can do to prevent it.
Raheel Raza is a Muslim Canadian journalist, author, and anti-racism activist.
Marina Nemat is the best-selling author of two books chronicling her experience as a teenager, imprisoned in Tehran during the Iranian revolution.
Natasha Fatah is a Muslim Canadian journalist and producer.
Admission, $10, Students, Free
Space is limited.
Only pre-registered guests will be admitted to this event.

Or phone: 416 966 0722
Presented by the Advocates for Civil Liberties and
the Canadian Jewish Civil Rights Association

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