Canada has a beautiful culture that despises inequality and seeks freedom of speech along with freedom of all kinds. Most migrants since the last decade have been Muslims who have a soft corner for Sharia law which is anti-freedom and claims itself as the supreme law ever written and possible (Bostom, 2012). This friction between conservative principles of Sharia law and the freedom and thriving culture of Canada is a matter of contention. When these two forces become more entangled in a common culture, internal discomfort and disagreements are highly likely. Baklinski (2017) states that the Canadian parliament passed a motion which makes the condemnation of Islam a punishable offence. Such a parliament motion is purely motivated by liberal outlook and democratic leaders’ blind support to a single religion. This means that any Islam follower could condemn other religions like Christianity, but when its own religion is condemned, it is an offence. Is this not an injustice to all the other religions? It sure is, because such a motion makes Islam a supreme religion, worthy of being defended. This issue has arisen due to strengthening the union of Muslim leaders and their Islamization of Canadian politics.