“Everything has a limit… There is no such thing as unlimited free speech.”
As most readers know, back in February Gavin Boby of the Law and Freedom Foundation visited Ottawa to talk to interested Canadians about the need to stop the building of new mosques, and how to use legal means to accomplish that purpose. Gavin’s appearance at the Ottawa Public Library provoked controversy before, during, and after his talk took place. CAIR-CAN tried to pressure the library to cancel the event, but failed.
Several weeks a later a group of Muslims gathered in the same room of the same library to give what they styled as a rebuttal of Gavin Boby. Their only significant proposals were that people like Gavin Boby not be allowed to speak out about Islam, and should be denied entry to Canada.
Vlad Tepes has compiled some excerpts from that “rebuttal”, and includes some of his own commentary:
For more information on the context of this event, including links to the complete videos of the “rebuttal”, visit Vlad’s place.