From their website, here.
A Muslim national civil rights organization is launching an online map to track anti-Muslim incidents and hate crimes in real-time in an effort to raise awareness and encourage people to come forward with their experiences.
The National Council of Canadian Muslims says it believes many Muslims face discrimination and hate, but are reluctant to report it or don’t know how to go about it.
“Hate crime is one of the most under-reported crimes in Canada,” said Amira Elghawaby, the group’s human rights co-ordinator. “There is often reluctance to go public or go to the police, because people don’t want to bring attention to themselves or don’t think anything will come out it.”
Muslims who believe they have faced a hate crime or incident can go to the group’s website to document the event, and will be contacted by the group to verify the nature of the incident. The group will automatically update information that has been documented in police reports or in the media…
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