Multiculturalism Is A Canadian Success Story. *Samer Majzoub







*Samer Majzoub

Throughout the years, the nation of Canada, as we are aware, became a land of immigration, a home to millions of people from different lands, ethnicities, cultures and religious beliefs. Every new comer that has settled in Canada in the last few hundred years and those who will settle in the future share one common name: “immigrants.”



Tweet: FMC-CMF :Samer Majzoub @ Table ronde – Radicalisation violente: lutte et prévention

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Brigitte Desjardins, directrice des communications et affaires corporatives au Collège de Maisonneuve.
Jean-Guy Lacroix, enseignant en philosophie au Cégep du Vieux-Montréal.
Benjamin Ducol, responsable de la recherche au Centre de prévention de la radicalisation menant à la violence (CPRMV).
Samer Majzoub, président du Forum musulman canadien.

Tweet on La Loche, Sask., Shooting!

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On La Loche, Sask., Shooting:

We share the nation the sorrow and the sadness on the loss of lives in La Loche, Saskatchewan. The tremendous grief that this small community has witnessed brings us all to denounce deadly violence that leads to tragedies.
Samer Majzoub, FMC-CMF president.


Article: We Need To Make A Collective Effort To End Violent Radicalism, by Samer Majzoub.

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*Samer Majzoub
The concept of radicalism that leads to violence through history has always, similar to all other philosophical doctrines, sought to justify its movement based on mainly social, economical and political reasoning.
“Religions” have been, in recent times, added to the catalogue that violent radicals use to legitimize their acts, and as mean of delivering their objections to what they consider “injustice.” This addition of “religious” reasoning to violent operations has made the subject much more sensitive, confusing and complicated.

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