On one of the biggest issues of our times — if you’re a Canadian or anyone who cares about freedom of the press, “Delic the Disinvited” seems… confused…
We all know that “Muslim spokesmen” are often comically inarticulate (which makes you wonder how inarticulate ordinary, non-spokesmen Muslims must be.)
[According to this weekend’s profile of Delic in the National Post…]
Mr. Delic has distanced himself from some of Prof. Elmasry’s positions.
For example, he says there is no systemic Islamophobia in Canada, and he would have taken a “different approach” to Maclean’s, because legal action “only blocks ways of normal communication. When we go in front of human rights commissions or court, we actually are just damaging relationships more.”
Wow another sudden change of heart by Imam Delic!
This is what he had to say on the CIC Macleans complaint on Oct 4th on the John Oakley show! Look for the Oct 4th show entitled Should the Past Affect the Future? (Oct 4)
“…many organizations, many individuals have taken those whom they have felt who have gone against their rights to human rights commission I don’t think CIC should be charged because and they should be taken as exception… we felt the best venue was the human rights commission…”
On the issue of the CIC HRC compalint against Macleans he implies that the articles were “Hate Speech” “…look media or anybody else has to know there there limits to that freedom…” of speech “… you cannot incite any hatred, you cannot incite any animosity among Canadians when that crosses the line…”