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A B.C. man who filed a human rights complaint after buying a copy of the Koran at a Chapters bookstore has had that complaint dismissed.
But B.C. Human Rights Tribunal member Barbara Humphreys says Simpson didn’t explain how the Koran, the central religious text of Islam that has existed for more than 1,300 years, had a negative impact on him.
Humphreys dismissed the case after ruling that Simpson’s complaint would not further the purposes of the Human Rights Code.
In case you’ve forgotten, this case was considered important enough for the B.C. Human Rights Commission to deal with however.