Irshad Manji’s moral courage

Irshad Manji speaking at the Clinton School of Public Service. Photo source: IrshadManji.com.

At four, Irshad Manji arrived in Montreal with her family, wearing clothes so unsuitable for Canadian weather that the immigration agent sent the family to Vancouver.

“The closest thing we have to a mild climate,” the agent explained.

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