Alex Strachan of CanWest News Service
- ‘Little Mosque’ all about being benign
“Little Mosque on the Prairie is back, not with a vengeance, and not on a wing and a prayer, but much the way it left, with a gentle, sweet-tempered innocence and good humour. There’s no preaching from the pulpit in this wry parable. Nor, thankfully, is there any preaching to the converted — or preaching of any other kind.” Read more.
Photo courtesy CBC: (from left to right) Yasir (Carlo Rota) and Baber (Manoj Sood)
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