Mozuud contributed to creating Canadian Citizens for Charter Rights and Freedoms, when in 2017 the newly elected federal government adopted a motion, that came to be known as M-103, to study rising levels of racism, religious discrimination and Islamophobia. A national conference was held in Toronto to study the implications of M-103, the use of the undefined term “Islamophobia” and the consequent chill that it portends if criticism of Islam is considered unacceptable and punishable by law. All religions are subject to criticism and both freedom of religion and freedom of speech need protection. For more information, go to the C3RF website. Receive weekly bulletins here.