It's a quote from a leader of a group your writing about? Mark Steyn a Canadian author who writes for National Review, Atlantic Monthly, the Guardian and McCleans (a Canadian magazine). Has been brought up on charges with the Canadian Human Rights commission by Islamic groups for an editorial in McCleans Magazine that included quotes from his book America Alone. The particular offense was a "racist slur" when Steyn compared the rise of Islam in Europe to "mosquitos". Here is the offending quote: "We're the ones who will change you," the Norwegian imam Mullah Krekar told the Oslo newspaper Dagbladet in 2006. "Just look at the development within Europe, where the number of Muslims is expanding like mosquitoes. Every Western woman in the EU is producing an average of 1.4 children. Every Muslim woman in the same countries is producing 3.5 children." As he summed it up: "Our way of thinking will prove more powerful than yours." First, the offending statement was a quote from an Iman. McCleans is literally facing the closing of it's magazine, and Steyn who travels between Quebec and New Hampshire, could lose his rights to enter Canada. My question is obvious, is the Iman Islamaphobic? If not, how could a opinion writer be for quoting him?