Dalhousie offers ’emergency hijab kits’ for women facing violence on campus

Dalhousie University is now offering “emergency hijab kits” to women who need a replacement, amid reports of Muslim students being attacked for their religion and having their headdresses yanked off.

The president of the Dalhousie Student Union said she knows a number of women on campus who have told her they were victims of such violence, although few decide to tell school officials.

“This is a proactive measure, but it’s not unfounded,” Amina Abawajy said.

“Not unfounded” yet she provides not one verifiable example. Leave it to the anything to please Justin CBC to publish Islamist propaganda like this.

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