“Premier Kathleen Wynne says she’s very distressed by vandalism at two Toronto schools that appeared to be in protest of Ontario’s new sex-education curriculum.
The Toronto District School Board says the words “shame on you” were sprayed on the walls of Thorncliffe Park public school and the neighbouring Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy.”
Thorncliffe Park is a region of Muslim settlement in Toronto. TDSB Schools in the mini-caliphate, such as Valley Park, have been granted autonomy to enforce sharia law during Islamic religious services. It is expected the Wynne government will accede to the Muslim community’s demands and the sex-ed curriculum will be quietly removed from the curriculum of all schools in Thorncliffe Park once the initial furor has died down.
The Thorncliffe Park Caliphate is heavily influenced by militant Islamic groups such as the ICNA.
I have written about ICNA’s influence in the Caliphate before – Speaking Event Featuring Radical Imam Being Promoted At TDSB’s Thorncliffe Park Public School
The ICNA dominates the Thorncliffe Park Parents Association.
A new militant Muslim group has come to light, the Thorncliffe Reach-Out Teach-In.
The group operates out of a municipally run community centre, the Jenner Jean Marie C.C located at 48 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario. I’m certain that like myself you’ll be impressed at how your tax dollars are being abused.
This organization teaches Muslim children that Canada is an Imperialist nation with a violent settler past. Below is an excerpt from an event held by the militant Muslim group. Link
The event began with a mock citizenship ceremony, put together by a group of teens from the community, that skewered the real process for its nationalist rhetoric, imposition of religious norms as witnessed in the niqab ban, and erasure of Canada’s violent settler history.
The audience who cheered throughout the performance, however, was not just made up of teens. Instead, a large group of parents and elders had also come to find out more about Bill C-51, while their children and others could be heard playing just behind the room’s divider.
Sadia Khan, one of the event organizers, and Riaz Sayani-Mulji, a University of Toronto law student, both gave talks to help inform the community of the new anti-terror legislation.
Khan offered a summary of Canada’s imperialist involvement, from the foundation of the nation on stolen indigenous land, to its current role in military operations in Iraq. Khan noted these missions are often funded by tax dollars, claiming, “Our hard-earned money is going to kill our own people.”