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Canada's Ban on Free Speech Upheld

Controversial British MP George Galloway's request for an injunction to enter Canada has been denied by a Federal Court judge.

The decision prevents Galloway from appearing in person at an event in Toronto this evening, the first of three scheduled events in Canada.

The federal government has told Galloway he could not enter Canada because he allegedly engaged in terrorist activities.

In a letter to Galloway, the government says the MP delivered humanitarian goods to war-torn Gaza and gave $45,000 to Hamas, which is a banned terrorist organization in Canada.

On Sunday, one of the lawyers who made the injunction bid said Galloway gave money to the head of the government in Gaza, not to the head of Hamas, even though they are the same person.

Organizers of Galloway's speaking tour have said the Toronto speech, scheduled for 7 p.m. ET, would go ahead - either in person if he wins the court injunction, or via video if he loses.

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At Monday, March 30, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha ha! in-vivo or on-video, the ***es lose.

How dare those bastards balk at humanitarian aid, when they are nothing but genocidal terrorists themselves!! How much embezzled zookite cash goes tawards feeding the victims of war, economic or otherwise?

Talk about pulling the ladder away from the pit!

At Monday, March 30, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Canada now holds the prestigious distinction of being the only country that has barred George Galloway from entry. talmudvision zook even says that Hamas has killing jews in it's charter! demons who lie like that should be the ones barred from Canada.

At Tuesday, March 31, 2009, Blogger qrswave said...

i love Galloway - and I love his style!

He fought them legally to show the world how low they will stoop to try to keep him from speaking -- they outdid themselves!

Now, he's going to speak anyway via the web!!! HA! Brilliant! I love it!!!


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