Once again, political correctness takes effect in Canada as police in York forced a rabbi who wanted to host Geller for a conference to cancel
. Mark Steyn wrote about this for National Review
, noting that the rabbi works as a chaplain for the police, and sadly didn't have the courage to forfeit his job if the creep who threatened to have him fired told him that.
I think there's alternative spaces being sought. Nevertheless, Geller herself should have a word with that man and give him a piece of her mind for being so disgusting, and giving Canada a bad name.
Labels: Canada, dhimmitude, islam