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Boko Haram does not represent Islam

The Boko Haram claims to be an Islamic group, but its very name is in contradiction to the essence of Islamic teachings. Prophet Muhammad states that it is incumbent on every Muslim man and woman to obtain education.

TORONTO—I was studying at York University recently, and I saw a fellow Muslim man eating a ham sandwich. Shocked to see this, I mentioned to him that this is against Islamic principle, while explaining its negative effects. Completely blown away by what I said, he threw the rest of the sandwich away.

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Boko Haram does not represent Islam

The Boko Haram claims to be an Islamic group, but its very name is in contradiction to the essence of Islamic teachings. Prophet Muhammad states that it is incumbent on every Muslim man and woman to obtain education.

TORONTO—I was studying at York University recently, and I saw a fellow Muslim man eating a ham sandwich. Shocked to see this, I mentioned to him that this is against Islamic principle, while explaining its negative effects. Completely blown away by what I said, he threw the rest of the sandwich away.

  

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Monday, February 2, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Book of Negroes screening on Parliament Hill Jan. 27, 2015

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Copies of Lawrence Hill's book, Book of Negroes.
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Conservative MP Joyce Bateman, Lawrence Hill and Conservative MP Susan Truppe.
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Conservative MP Joyce Bateman, Lawrence Hill and Conservative MP Susan Truppe.
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Conservative MP Joyce Bateman, Lawrence Hill and Conservative MP Susan Truppe.
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Conservative MPs Ray Boughen, Rob Clarke, John Barlow and Chris Warkentin.
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Heather Bradley and Aunjanue Ellis
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Heather Bradley and Aunjanue Ellis
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Aunjanue Ellis, star of Book of Negroes.

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