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B.C. panel sides with magazine
Maclean's magazine has won a human rights complaint filed against it over an article that the Canadian Islamic Congress claimed incited hatred against Muslims.
In a ruling released yesterday, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal rejected the complaint that the 2006 article violated Canada's anti-hate laws.
The article, entitled "Why the future belongs to Islam," was an excerpt of a book written by Mark Steyn in which he used statistics such as birth rates among Muslims to argue that Islam was on the rise while the West was in decline.
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