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Canadian parliament passes anti-Islamophobia motion

OTTAWA: Canada’s Parliament passed an anti-Islamophobia motion on Wednesday by having strong backing of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government. Though the motion had support of Liberals and New Democrats, two political parties in Canada, however majority of Conservatives opposed it. The bill was tabled by a Muslim Member of Parliament (MP) Iqra Khalid, urging federal government to condemn Islamophobia and to develop a government approach to counter systemic racism and religious discrimination including Islamophobia.…

Quebec City mosque shooter makes second court appearance

QUEBEC CITY, Canada: The man accused in a Quebec City mosque shooting that left six people dead made a brief second court appearance on Tuesday under heavy security. The hearing to officially hand over evidence in the case to the defense and to set a date for a bail hearing lasted only two minutes. The defense also asked for and was granted a publication ban on future proceedings. Read More: Student charged with murder in Canada mosque attack Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, faces six counts of murder and five…