The infamous case of Ezra Levant takes a new twist. Levant, as you will recall, was the subject of a Canadian human rights complaint filed by Syed Soharwardy because, in 2005, Levant published the Danish cartoons of Mohammed cartoons in Western Standard magazine. (The magazine, once a print and web publication, in now only a web publication.)
A recent article by Soharwardy seems conciliatory enough (he has withdrawn his complaint), but it doesn't address all of Levant's allegations (here) about Soharwardy's vindictive use of Canadian officialdom against Levant. Will the twain ever meet? Stay tuned.