Deborah Weiss Moment: The Importance of Free Speech: Motion 103 and Islamophobia

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents the Deborah Weiss Moment with Deborah Weiss, a Human Rights lawyer who is an expert on the subject of free speech and terrorism related issues. She is the author of The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Jihad on Free Speech. Visit her website at

Deborah discussed The Importance of Free Speech: Motion 103 and Islamophobia, unveiling the high price of submitting to Islamic blasphemy codes.

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2 thoughts on “Deborah Weiss Moment: The Importance of Free Speech: Motion 103 and Islamophobia”

  1. Hi Mr. Glasov I Thanks for you videos showing speeches in Toronto opposing Bill M-l03 in Canada. Why is this not made available by sources in Canada??? I got an email saying there was meeting in Toronto with speakers opposing Bill M-l03 by Canadian Citizens for Chartered rights and freedoms but then I never heard anything after that discussing this meeting??? I am very worried about what is going on in Canada to get rid of our free speech and why I am not hearing anything in media about it. God bless you Jamie.

    1. Canadian media completely ignores this issue, with the exception of the blogosphere and of course the Ezra Levant’s

      As a Canadian I can say that 100% of my friends, acquaintances and contacts have absolutely no knowledge of what our government is imposing on the public. And among Canadians there seems to be little or no interest.

      Public voices have been silenced thanks to the Human Rights Commission, an oxymoron if there ever was.

      For the first time in my life I seriously consider the possibility of leaving this country, since due to the above I have little confidence in the Canadian public to act responsibly in future elections. The public’s brainwashing here is almost complete.

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