“It is sad our secular colleges and universities are allocating special facilities to growing Muslim student groups to promote their religious services. Unfortunately, these religious services on campuses eventually lead to or are dominated by fundamentalist ideologies.
“Why don’t campuses make clear to all religious groups that campuses promote harmony and secularism, not religious segregation? This is not racism or a bad message. It’s a more appropriate direction.
“Unfortunately, the current alienation or incompatibility between communities is resulting in attacks on freedom of expression, causing uproar at each and every debate and enhancing radicalization in our country.
“Canada’s intelligentsia, and Muslim leaders, need to review their strategy. They have to look beyond their vested interests.
“There is a contradiction of ideas and actions in the way Canada’s Islamic organizations and their leaders are advocating detachment from society at large and the way they are pushing themselves into the arena of national politics and policy.”