Women blame racism of Biden, Trudeau, for racist murder of family



“You can’t support the murder of dozens of Palestinian children and their moms and expect the downstream ripple effect to be glassy smooth. This has been going on for decades.”

FPMag had asked Geraldine Frisque, a spokesperson for the RINJ Foundation why the group blamed the United States for Canada’s massive repertoire of hate crimes against Muslims in the past two decades.

She replied, “Tears are no longer enough.”


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The American war on terror has been a war against Muslims

“If you live south of Estevan, Saskatchewan or even in Mississauga, and most of what you ever hear and read and see is American radio, TV and newspapers, are you a Canadian? What is your culture? Do you have the same racist views as our American neighbours?, asked Ms. Frisque rhetorically.

“America has backed the slaughter of Muslims in Yemen including the mass murder of four dozen children in a school bus bombing attack in August 2018, all the while providing funds and weapons for Israel to slaughter civilians in Gaza and the other occupied territories,” added Ms. Frisque.

According to the USA-based Centre for Constitutional Rights, “The United States is complicit in Israeli war crimes and crimes against humanity against Palestinians who, for decades, have been struggling for freedom and the right to remain on their land with dignity. With its unconditional financial, military, and diplomatic support of the Israeli apartheid regime, the U.S. bears responsibility for the everyday violence of Israeli oppression and belligerent military occupation, and for allowing the Israeli military and security forces to wield deadly force against Palestinians with impunity.”

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“From 2003 to 2011, the United States killed an estimated 1 million Muslims in Iraq while at the same time supporting Israel’s illegal settlements that claim for Israel occupied territorial land belonging to the Palestinians and overall what amounts to an apartheid regime,” Ms. Frisque replied.

Canada and America supporting deaths of Palestinian children  and thousands like them over the many years led to the culture of hate that framed these deaths of the Afzaal family in London Onrtario and likely many more.

“I am talking about the cavalier mass murder by bombing the Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza on May 15 and killing children ages five to 12 including Mohammad Ahmad Atya Bahar, Osama Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi, Suheib Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi, Yahya Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi, Abderrahman Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi, Yamen Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab, Bilal Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab, Miriam Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab, Yousef Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab, two whole families wiped out!,” exclaimed  Dr. Nassima al Amouri in a Signal conversation from Syria. She had spent a week in Gaza during the May 2021 crisis performing emergency triage and surgeries in Gaza.

“When will Canada stop supporting a murderous apartheid regime in Israel? Maybe when Trudeau admits that the Indian Resident Schools  were part of its apartheid strategy? Or maybe when it admits that it bombed an ice cream factory instead of a garage mechanic building car bombs in Mosul, Iraq during November 2015?,” she added unhappily.

Four murdered Canadians attacked for being Muslim say Police

Four members of a Pakistani-Canadian family were killed by a man in a truck in what police are calling a hate-motivated attack. This photo, released by the family, shows the victims (left to right): Yumna Afzaal, 15, Madiha Salman, 44, Talat Afzaal, 74, and Salman Afzaal, 46. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

 

In a University of British Columbia (Vancouver) thesis of Professor Alnoor Gova cited in more detail below, the following introduction is instructive.

“The rising levels of racism towards Muslims, Arabs, and other racial groups frequently perceived as Muslim, combined with the increasingly negative stereotyping of them in Canada and the enactment of legislation in regards to national security, has made the study of this phenomenon increasingly timely. Such racism has also been visited historically and presently upon communities of brown/ black/ yellow/ red people, who are conflated as a homogenous “Other” said to be antithetical to “the West,” “Western civilization,” and/ or “Western values.”

“In a post-9/11 era, this “Other” has increasingly tended to conflate a cache of diverse communities and has come to include Arabs, South Asians, and Africans into a racial construct called “Muslim-looking,” a term that collapses an array of characteristics – such as dress, accent, language, national origin, religion, and phenotype – across a differentiated group of non-Muslims (Ahmad, 2004). Now, along with self-identified Muslims, any ostensibly brown/black person, who may or may not be practicing or self-identified as Muslim (Sikhs for example, and other non-Europeans), have also become targets of profiling that operates in the name of national security. Extreme legislation in the name of national security threatens to take everyone’s civil liberties and rights; but has led to an increase in stereotyping, security profiling, and racial discrimination. Further, acts of racial hatred against Muslims, Arabs, and/or those who are deemed “Muslim-looking” have become largely normalized in the public sphere of Western countries, including Canada.” Citing: Alnoor Gova: Responses to and interpretation of anti-Muslim racism in Canada : a community perspective —UBC Theses and Dissertations

Read: Responses to and interpretation of anti Muslim racism in Canada

The Israeli War Against Muslims backed by Trudeau and Biden is disproportionately killing Muslim children in their homes. This creates a culture of impunity for hatred and Islamophobia.

Supporting these deaths below led to the culture that caused these deaths.

10 May 2021

  1. Mohammad Saber Ibrahim Suleiman: age 15, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  2. Baraa Wissam Ahmad al-Gharabli: age 5, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  3. Mustafa Mohammad Mahmoud Obaid: age 16, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  4. Rahaf Mohammad Attalla al-Masri: age 10, died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  5. Yazan Sultan Mohammad al-Masri: age 2 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  6. Hussein Muneer Hussein Hamad: age 11 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  7. Ibrahim Abdullah Mohammad Hassanain: age 16 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  8. Marwan Yousef Attalla al-Masri: age 6 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  9. Ibrahim Yousef Attalla al-Masri: age 11 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza

11 May 2021

  1. Lina Iyad Fathi Sharir: age 15 , died 11 May, Gaza City

12 May 2021

  1. Rashid Mohammad Rashid Abu Arra: age 16 , died 12 May, Aqaba, West Bank
  2. Ido Avigal: age 5 , died 12 May, Sderot, Israel
  3. Nadine Awad: age 16 , died 12 May, Dahmash, Israel
  4. Hamza Mahmoud Yassin Ali: age 12 , died 12 May, Shuja’iyya, Gaza City
  5. Yahya Mazen Shehada Khalifa: age 13 , died 12 May, Shaafout, southeast Gaza City
  6. Hamada Attia Abed al-Emour: age 13 , died 12 May, Southeast of Khan Younis, Gaza
  7. Ammar Tayseer Mohammad al-Emour: age 10 , died 12 May, Southeast of Khan Younis, Gaza
  8. Bashar Ahmad Ibrahim Samour: age 17 , died 12 May, Abasan Al Jadida, Gaza
  9. Zaid Mohammad Odeh Telbani: age 4 , died 12 May, Gaza City
  10. Hala Hussein Ra’fat Rifi: age 13 , died 12 May, Gaza City

13 May 2021

  1. Khaled Imad Khaled Qanou: age 17 , died 13 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  2. Hoor Mo’min Jamal Al-Zamli: age 2 , died 13 May, Rafah, Gaza
  3. Ibrahim Mohammad Ibrahim al-Rantisi: age 7 months , died 13 May, Rafah, Gaza
  4. Ahmad Rami Mahmoud al-Hawajri: age 14 , died 13 May, Al-Bureij refugee camp, Gaza
  5. Lina Mohammad Mahmoud Issa: age 13, died 13 May Al-Bureij refugee camp, Gaza
  6. Mohammad Salameh Mohammad Abu Dayyeh: age 9 months , died 13 May, Umm An-Naser, Gaza
  7. Fawziya Nasser Mohammad Abu Faris: age 17 , died 13 May, Umm An-Naser, Gaza
  8. Amir Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 6 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  9. Ahmad Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 2 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  10. Adham Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 4 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
    Ismail Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 7 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza

14 May 2021

  1. Butheina Mahmoud Issa Obaid: age 6 , died 14 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  2. Amira Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 6, died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  3. Mohammad Zain Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 9 months , died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  4. Islam Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 8 , died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  5. Mahmoud Hamed Hasan Tolbeh: age 12 , died 14 May, Gaza City
  6. Abdullah Ashraf Abdullah Jouda: age 12 , died 14 May, Gaza City

15 May 2021

  1. Mohammad Ahmad Atya Bahar: age 17 , died 15 May, Shuja’iyya, Gaza City
  2. Osama Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 5 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  3. Suheib Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 12 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  4. Yahya Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 10 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  5. Abderrahman Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 7 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  6. Yamen Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 5 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  7. Bilal Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 9 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  8. Miriam Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 7 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  9. Yousef Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 10 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza

16 May 2021

  1. Yara Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  2. Hala Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 12 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  3. Rula Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 5 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  4. Yazan Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 13 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  5. Ameer Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  6. Mira Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 11 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  7. Lana Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 5 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  8. Hana Shukri Ameen al-Qawlaq: age 14 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  9. Yahya Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 4 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  10. Zain Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 2 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  11. Zaid Izzat Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 8 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  12. Qusai Sameh Fawwaz al-Qawlaq: age 6 months , died 16 May, Gaza City
  13. Adam Izzat Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 3 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  14. Dima Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 15 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  15. Tawfeeq Ayman Tawfeeq Abu al-Auf: age 17 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  16. Dana Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  17. Ahmad Shukri Ameen al-Qawlaq: age 15 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  18. Tala Ayman Tawfeeq Abu al-Auf: age 13 , died 16 May, Gaza City

17 May 2021

  1. Obaida Akram Abdurahman Jawabra: age 17 , died 17 May, Arroub refugee camp, West Bank
  2. Rafeef Mershed Kamel Abu Dayer: age 10 , died 17 May, Gaza
  3. Yousef Rafeeq Ismail Al-Baz: age 13 , died 17 May, Deir Al-Balah, Gaza

18 May 2021

  1. Islam Wael Fahmi Dar Nasser: age 16 , died 18 May, Bil’in, West Bank
  2. Mina Iyad Fathi Sharir: age 2 , died 18 May, Gaza City

19 May 2021

  1. Nagham Iyad Abdulfattah Salha: age 2 , died 19 May, Deir Al-Balah, Gaza
  2. Dima Sa’d Ali Asaliya: age 10 , died 19 May, Jabalia, Gaza