Parents Who Oppose Muslim Prayers In Public Schools Subject To Increased Security

“The parents are being subjected to increasing surveillance. They attended the last session of Peel school board on Wednesday where they were forced to sign-in, told to provide identification, subject to videotaping and were surrounded by school board security and local police — all because of student ‘anxiety.’”

Yet “Hamza Aziz told the Globe and Mail on Friday that he never leaves the house alone or goes out after dark — even though neither he nor any Muslim living in this Toronto suburb has been subject to any physical violence or verbal threats.”

The Muslim students are skillfully playing the victim card, and Canada’s witless leftist multiculturalist authorities don’t even realize how they are being played.

“Parents Who Oppose Muslim Prayers In Public Schools Subject To Increased Security,” by David Krayden, Daily Caller, April 15, 2017:

Muslim students living near the provincial capitol of Toronto say they don’t feel safe despite the support of the Ontario government and the Peel District School Board.

Hamza Aziz told the Globe and Mail on Friday that he never leaves the house alone or goes out after dark — even though neither he nor any Muslim living in this Toronto suburb has been subject to any physical violence or verbal threats.

Many non-Muslim students and their parents are questioning why Aziz is authorized by Ontario’s public school system to attend special Islamic prayer sessions every Friday on school property when other religions, including the majority Christian religion, are provided no such opportunities.

The parents are being subjected to increasing surveillance. They attended the last session of Peel school board on Wednesday where they were forced to sign-in, told to provide identification, subject to videotaping and were surrounded by school board security and local police — all because of student “anxiety.”

Aziz claims his parents “are afraid of hate crimes towards the Muslim community,” which Aziz suggests have “been on the rise lately.”

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