The following letter was published by Toronto Star on Dec. 28, 2013.

In light of the recent legalization of prostitution in Canada, I’d like to point out an interesting juxtaposition between this and the laws in Quebec prohibiting women from donning the hijab in the public work sector. As a proud Canadian Ahmadi Muslim, I find it ironic and a bit short of the true Canadian ideal, that Canada now seems to be a country that pays women to be naked and fines them for covering up.

Tayyab Pirzada, Mississauga



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