What does it mean to be a young Muslim in Canada today? What are the differences and divisions within the community? How should Canadians respond to demonstrations of religiosity in the public square?
As Globe and Mail reporters Dakshana Bascaramurty and Kate Taylor found in this week's Your Time To Lead series on Muslim youth in Canada, these questions are being lived out every day by Muslims and non-Muslims alike. In today's op-ed, Natasha Fatah argues that it is the children of Muslim immigrants to Canada "who have turned to conservative, hard-line and politicized Islam for answers." And as the Globe's online discussions and today's news stories have proven, reaction on these questions has been swift and divided.
Join student Aisha Raja and researcher Rizwan Mohammad, who were both featured in Monday's piece, in an online chat hosted by editorial writer Karim Bardeesy, live today at 3 p.m. ET. To ask a question in advance by E-mail, click here
Follow us on Twitter: