“Illegal migration is unfair to those who apply properly and legally,” she said.
The Conservative leadership candidate scolded Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for not visiting Emerson himself — something she said town officials told her they were angry about.
“Our prime minister has acted irresponsibly,” she said.
Imam Syed Soharwardy of Calgary, the head of the Calgary-based Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the founder of Muslims Against Terrorism, is often invited by CBC as a guest expert to discuss issues related to terrorism and radicalization. He is introduced as a moderate voice in the Muslim community who “has worked to prevent the radicalization of youth in Canada.”
Since I arrived in France to report on the presidential election, it’s been clear to me that there is a lot of grassroots support for Marine le Pen. However, if you looked only at the way the nation’s newspapers are covering this historic vote, you’d never know it.
San Diego Unified School District administrators and teachers will have calendars showing Islamic holidays, students will learn more about the religion in social studies classes and safe places will be created on campuses for Muslim students as part of a multi-tiered approach to combat Islamophobia.
Trustees on Tuesday voted 4-0, with board member Michael McQuary absent, to approve a plan to confront Islamophobia and bullying against Muslim students.
Former Energy Department Undersecretary Steven Koonin told The Wall Street Journal Monday that bureaucrats within former President Barack Obama’s administration spun scientific data to manipulate public opinion.
“What you saw coming out of the press releases about climate data, climate analysis, was, I’d say, misleading, sometimes just wrong,” Koonin said, referring to elements within the Obama administration he said were responsible for manipulating climate data.
“The Sociology Department at Pomona College has not consistently had enough full-time faculty members of color to support its marginalized students,” they argue. “The vast majority of Sociology majors are students of color (and most are women of color), but the faculty are not at all representative of their students’ diversity.”
They even call Pomona’s decision to hire Goffman an “egregious” instance of “anti-blackness” that is antithetical to “holding institutions of higher education accountable for the violence they enact on marginalized groups.”
Ahmadi spokesman Qasim Rashid has claimed that when a Muslim named Kori Ali Muhammad murdered three people in Fresno last week while screaming “Allahu akbar,” there was an uptick in “Islamophobia”: “The response to his acts erupted in anti-Muslim hate and bigotry on social media – only because he allegedly said ‘Allahu akbar’ to police….Far-right influencers are pushing the anti-Muslim narrative, and once again ‘Allahu akbar’ began trending on Twitter with a wave of Islamophobic messages.”
Horror of horrors! So now it’s “Islamophobic” to notice that a jihad killer screamed “Allahu akbar” after committing mass murder.
Still recovering from the hangover of a failed revolution, a string of unfortunate airline disasters – including an ISIL bombing of Russian Metrojet Flight 9268 over the Sinai Peninsula in 2015, which killed 224 people, and indefinitely halted all Russian flights to the country – and most recently, the deadly bombings of Coptic churches in Tanta and Alexandria earlier this month, Egypt’s once-resilient tourism industry is battered and bruised.
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has denounced radical Islam as “a monstrous totalitarian ideology that has declared war on our nation, on reason, on civilisation,” after a deadly Kalashnikov attack on police officers in Paris.
“Hate preachers must be expelled, the Islamist mosques closed,” the Front National leader declared, lambasting the Socialist Party government as “notoriously feeble”.
An e-petition sponsored by Pierre Paul-Hus, Conservative MP for Charlesbourg — Haute-Saint-Charles, calls on the Government of Canada to immediately remove two radicalized individuals from their jobs at Pierre Trudeau International Airport in Montreal in order to prevent them from endangering the lives of Canadians. In addition, the petition also calls on the Government to place these individuals under a peace bond and be under constant supervision of police authorities.
The petition was initiated in response to a report aired on the Quebec French-language station TVA in late March, which claims that four airport employees, at least one of whom had access to runways and was investigated by the police, were stripped of their security clearance due to concerns of radicalization and support for the Islamic State.