As a law student, Faisal worked for human rights organizations in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories. He also researched comparative discrimination law in South Africa. Faisal was called to the Ontario Bar in 2003.
As a lawyer, Faisal focused on human rights and constitutional law, representing clients in issues related to employment, education, public safety and health. He appeared before a variety of administrative boards and agencies and at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Faisal also advised or represented numerous public interest organizations and NGOs in matters related to constitutional law and human rights.
But that doesn't nearly do his C.V.--you should pardon the expression--"justice." Mr. B., a founder of the Arab Canadian Lawyers Association, once described odious Holocaust denier/anti-Zionist Norman Finkelstein as "an intellectual with moral courage." He also appears to have little problem with creeping sharia (read about it here, here and here) and has a decidedly anti-Harper, anti-Israel slant on things. On the occasion of Israel's summer war with Hezbollah he wrote in an op-ed piece for the Toronto Star
that we can only hope that Harper's personal contact with Canadian citizens who were evacuated from Lebanon will result in a more measured approach to the conflict and an unequivocal condemnation of Israel's disproportionate assault on the Lebanese people.Faint hope, Mr. Bhabha. But, hey, at least you get to put your dedication to "human rights" into practice via Ontario's august