Foiled magazine hijacker Khurrum Awan (a.k.a. The Hairless Sock Puppet) is one of the little creeps who unsuccessfully sued Mark Steyn and Canada’s oldest magazine for defaming Islam.
I guess it finally dawned on Awan that despite his last name, Mark Steyn wasn’t an actual Jew, so he figures he’d get to heaven faster by going after a real one.
When that real one is Ezra Levant, you must also be a glutton for punishment.
Ezra. Levant. Will. Destroy. You.
Don’t bring a Muslim to a Jew fight.
Just remember, liberals: Khurrum Awan is one of those “educated,” second generation Muslims you keep trying to convince us will peacefully assimilate. How’s that been working out?
Awan is the shakedown artist who targeted Mark Steyn and Maclean’s magazine with three human rights complaints in 2008, for Steyn’s political offence of criticizing radical Islam. Awan lost those suits, and his demand to censor Maclean’s was rejected, but he still managed to waste a lot of Maclean’s money – and even more taxpayers’ money, too.
That’s Awan’s strategy: abuse our courts to bully his opponents. It’s a shocking thing for a lawyer to admit to, but Awan isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer. As he told an anti-Semitic meeting in British Columbia a while back, he was proud to have “cost Maclean’s two million dollars in legal expenses and lost circulation.” Awan’s friend, the notorious anti-Semite Greg Felton, approvingly quotes Awan saying “we attained out strategic objective—to increase the cost of publishing anti-Islamic material”.
So it’s not about justice. It’s not about “human rights”. It’s about abusing our legal system to punish his enemies.
Mark Steyn and Maclean’s magazine were first. And now I’m next in line.
This is the soft jihad of “lawfare”, the strategy where anti-Western radicals use our own laws to attack us, rather than pantybombs or shoebombs.
It’s Awan’s little jihad. And because I’ve criticized him (and the human rights commissions he hijacked), he’s coming for me now.