Government, Media, Academia. While much has been exposed regarding the symbiotic relationship between the Trudeau government and establishment media in Canada, the academic component is entirely UNDER-EXPOSED.
The suggestion is inclusive of ALL major religions in Canada. For example, Catholic Mass would not be permitted to be observed in the House of Commons. Jewish Dietary Kosher Laws would never make the grade, nor would Buddhist Chanting rituals. Then, the cries of “Islamophobia” being to roll.
The purpose of Islamic schools is to educate students about Islamic teachings and to provide an environment that models and nurtures Islamic values within the wider context of Canadian society. Some think that playing the anthem in Islamic schools conflicts with Islamic teachings and practices.
Mr. Trudeau has spent his entire term in office running down Canadian identity, heritage and history. Apologies to Chinese and Sikhs for century-old historical events. Apologies to LGBT community for oppression in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Branding Canadians who question immigration and refugee policy in 2019 as racists.
The students, though, have said it is “unacceptable” that a Yale student considering studying English literature “might read only white, male authors.”
The surface diversity worship in academia is a problem for another reason: it exacerbates the scarcity of an actual important diversity, the intellectual kind, which has long been rare in Canadian academia.
It’s time to expose these pseudo-academic Islamic studies programs and make colleges and universities a place where knowledge and truth prevail.
In order to accommodate religious ceremony our campus has a Muslim group prayer room where “gender segregation during worship services that the Muslim Students Association practices is permissible at the University of Toronto”. Link To Article
The Saudi government is donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to help finance the expansion of private Islamic schools in Canada, according to newly leaked documents.
The comprehensive report found that Chinese, Korean, South Asian, Filipino and other visible minority women, especially those with at least one immigrant parent, are among the most highly educated people in Canada.
“Canadian-born visible minority women are more likely than other women, and men, to have a university degree,” StatsCan said in its ethnic- and gender-based analysis of the 2011 National Household Survey.