This gentleman's blog ("Anh Khoi Do's blog") is part of the Progressive Bloggers aggregator, and yet his take on religious accomodations in Québec is bizarre and ugly and extremist, and the fact that he belongs to a racial/cultural minority in Québec does not excuse it. Let's face it: the argument over religious accomodations is an argument about Muslims, and that's all it's really about. Yes, a very conservative fringe was a little bit scared of Sikh turbans in the RCMP, but it hardly generates the angst that this does.
And it's not just about Muslims, but about Muslim women. Muslim women who wear the hijab. The hijab is involved in a complex conversation and conflict which the gentleman completely fails to understand, but he can be forgiven that. There are issues about it that can be discussed and are among Muslims in the West.
But what must be understood: he hates the woman who wears it. To argue against "religious accomodations" is exactly to argue that it is legitimate for the state to tell a hijab-wearing Muslim woman that she just take her hijab off when she attempts to make use of the services offered to citizens. That is hatred.