Canadian–Muslim Civil Liberties Association

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Based in Scarborough, Ontario, the Canadian–Muslim Civil Liberties Association is an independent monitoring group that advises on private and public sector policy.[1]

They have rejected mujahideen preaching by individuals such as Osama bin Laden.[2]

They are represented by General Counsel Faisal Kutty.[3]

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