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Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Daniel Pipes Talk

Know full well that the price I pay for sunny weather on Vancouver Island: missing out on great lecturers in the East. Daniel Pipes is doing a talk in Toronto, along with the usual protests, but if you feel like making the trip, it will probably be worth your while.

  • Sponsor: Middle East Forum Club at the University of Toronto
  • Co-sponsor: Muslims for Israel
  • Topic: “Radical Islam and the War on Terror”
  • When: March 29, 2005, 7:00 pm
  • Where: Sam Sorbara Auditorium, Brennan Hall, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto
  • Cost: Gratis
  • Posted by Dylan Sherlock on March 29, 2005 | Permalink


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    You shoulda been here today, Dylan. Great weather AND Daniel Pipes.

    Posted by: dr_dog | 2005-03-29 5:27:12 PM

    Yeah. We got clouds and I got a broken leg! Plus, now I realize it was way to late when I posted the time because I forgot about the three-hour difference!

    I wonder if anyone recorded the event?

    Posted by: Dylan Sherlock | 2005-03-29 6:55:06 PM

    I got this one for you J.G., give your fingers a rest

    somebody writes something HERE:

    Daniel Pipes, you're a neo-con, libertarian with a fried left lobe connected to your right lobe and in J.G.'s world you're an American "fifth columnist" sent here by the C.I.A.proclaiming freedom of expression so Yankee Go Home
    P.S. Vive l'Alberta libre bye bye

    Posted by: mr | 2005-03-29 9:50:40 PM

    The Globe reports on the speech today:


    and yesterday had an article on the controversy over his appearance at U of T:


    At least the U of T professors that signed a petition objecting to Pipes' talk claimed to be in support of his right to speak. That much can't be said for some Rabblers, who wanted him banned from entry into Canada or were recommending that the government be there at the event to watch for any straying into the area of "hate speech."


    Posted by: Mark Wickens | 2005-03-30 12:03:29 PM

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