Mark Harding, who served two years probation and was sentenced to study under an imam to learn tolerance to Islam, will be my guest on News Talk Online on Paltalk Tuesday July 15.
Harding, a Christian minister, was convicted under Canada's restrictive laws that prohibit speech that is deemed hateful to any religious belief.
Harding's conviction stemmed from his handing out pamphlets outside an Ontario high school protesting the Toronto school providing a room for Muslim students to pray in. One of the pamphlets contained a list of what he said were atrocities perpetrated by Muslims around the world. The pamphlets warned Canadians to be on guard with the local Islamic population.
The case is seen as a struggle between two values in a free society. Religious tolerance and free speech.
To talk to Harding at 5 PM New York time on Tuesday July 15 CLICK HERE. There is no charge.
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