Pro-Muslim protestor carrying a sign saying 'No Freedom for Hate Speech' as opposing groups of protesters clashed over the M-103 motion to fight Islamophobia during pro-Muslim and anti-Muslim demonstrations in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on March 04, 2017. Canadians across the country staged similar protests against Islam, Muslims, Sharia Law and M-103. These protests were met by counter protests by those supporting Muslims and in favour of M-103. M-103 is a private members motion put forth by Liberal MP Iqra Khalid that asks the government to 'recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear' and condemn Islamophobia, as well as all other kinds of 'systemic racism and religious discrimination.' (Photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)
The editors of The Wellesley News, the student newspaper of Wellesley College threatened their peers who refuse to conform to the campus' progressive orthodoxy, in a column that was published this week.

Pro-Muslim protestor carrying a sign saying 'No Freedom for Hate Speech' as opposing groups of protesters clashed over the M-103 motion to fight Islamophobia during pro-Muslim and anti-Muslim demonstrations in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on March 04, 2017. Canadians across the country staged similar protests against Islam, Muslims, Sharia Law and M-103. These protests were met by counter protests by those supporting Muslims and in favour of M-103. M-103 is a private members motion put forth by Liberal MP Iqra Khalid that asks the government to 'recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear' and condemn Islamophobia, as well as all other kinds of 'systemic racism and religious discrimination.' (Photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)
The editors of The Wellesley News, the student newspaper of Wellesley College threatened their peers who refuse to conform to the campus’ progressive orthodoxy, in a column that was published this week.

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