Members of Parliament of different political stripes have been getting an earful about a controversial anti-Islamophobia motion passed last spring.

On Monday, the House of Commons heritage committee began a study of racism and religious discrimination required by M-103, a motion whose sponsor, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, received death threats and hate mail after she tabled it in December 2016.

She's not the only MP who's been hearing about it. A number of committee members remarked that they've been contacted repeatedly about the issue.

Winnipeg Liberal MP Dan Vandal said people have complained to his office over fears about Sharia law. Arif Virani, a Liberal MP in Toronto, said constituents have been asking whether the government is chilling their ability to raise legitimate questions about faith.

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