Jade Saab is a Lebanese/Canadian political writer and theorist based in Toronto. His writings cover topics of Liberalism, governance, and Marxism with occasional forays into current affairs.
In its silence, Canada has chosen complicity with violations of human rights and international law, and violence over peace.
Human interaction is complex and includes intangible elements such as morality, honour and benevolence.
01/18/2018 11:43 EST
What you are calling a "religious neutrality bill" is inherently and unfairly charged against one segment of society and not the other.
11/07/2017 11:47 EST
It completely ignores the importance of policy-based politics and reduces Jagmeet to nothing but his faith.
10/10/2017 13:43 EDT
Is this what a human rights activist looks like? A person capitalizing on the suffering and victimization of the Palestinian population to garner votes?
08/11/2017 10:50 EDT
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