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Jason Kenney in role as Citizenship and Immigration Minister at press conference Feb 13, 2012. Photo: Rob Salerno/Daily Xtra/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | Let's consider the case of the Israeli university that in 2012 came up with a scheme to give an honorary degree to an unsavoury right-wing foreign politician …
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Gilda Lakatos | As a Roma family, we always lived in fear, but in the last years, things got worse. On television politicians were saying things like, "Gypsies are parasites we must eliminate."
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J. Baglow | Hungarian refugees has an edge in 1956; rightly or wrongly, they were perceived as "ours": anti-Communist "freedom fighters." Today's Syrian refugees don't have that edge and they're suffering for it.
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Nora Loreto | Stephen Harper hopes that fearmongering will pay off more than opening Canada up to help settle Syrian refugees.
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J. Baglow | A Conservative riding association director in Canada and a Jobbik supporter in Hungary have both been fired from their jobs. Why?
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Karl Nerenberg | It is a horror that Immigration Minister Chris Alexander did nothing to help a desperate Syrian family, who had relatives in Canada. But that indifference is not new.
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Miriam Katawazi | A Roma family that fled from Hungary to Canada due to anti-Roma discrimination was granted a reprieve and stay on humanitarian grounds and will not face deportation to Hungary.
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Miriam Katawazi | A Roma family hopes to settle in Canada after enduring anti-Roma discrimination and violence in Hungary. Unfortunately, Canada has designated Hungary as "safe" for refugees.
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David J. Climenhaga | Surely even Canada’s official pundits have enough wit to sense that nothing good can come playing games in Russia's back yard to achieve strategic and ideological goals.
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J. Baglow | A Roma family faces deportation after fleeing Hungary to save their lives. Hungary is a "safe country," see. Just ask Jason Kenney.
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Karl Nerenberg | From Syria to Sri Lanka, the Harper government has turned a blind eye to the suffering of refugees. Now it's even cutting health care for those who manage to reach Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | In reforming the refugee system in Canada, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney declared Hungary a "safe country of origin." But what about the rise of fascist parties targeting Jews and Roma?