Part Two: The Unreasonableness of Government Action – Interview with Marty Moore & Hatim Kheir


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This is part two of a two-part interview with Marty Moore and Hatim Kheir.

In this discussion, these men discuss the impact of government restrictions on religious gatherings and how it took center stage. Highlighting the challenges posed by indoor and outdoor limitations, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) emerged as a key player in challenging these restrictions. Both participants emphasized the need to scrutinize the reasonableness of such measures, citing the duty of the courts to uphold Canadians’ constitutional freedoms. The conversation went into the vital role of the courts in preventing governmental overreach and safeguarding citizens’ rights. 

Despite a seeming “pause” in restrictions, ongoing legal battles prove the importance of organizations like JCCF, which continue to support those adversely affected. The debate over the necessity of restrictions saw government experts and opposing voices at odds. Comparisons with the United States shed light on differences in how religious freedom is treated. 

While the U.S. defended these freedoms robustly, some argue that Canada appears to place less value on them. The conversation probed whether our society prioritizes prosecuting religious leaders over addressing underlying issues. The lack of care and respect for individual freedoms was a recurring concern. Marty Moore and Hatim Kheir voiced a shared sentiment: Canada is a nation worth fighting for, with constitutional principles that must be upheld to ensure the well-being and freedom of its citizens.

Please note the views expressed by the individual(s) in this video are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views or principles of the First Freedoms Foundation.

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