Dr. Jasmin Zine Lables Tarek Fatah an Islamophobe

Dr. Jasmin Zine Lables Tarek Fatah an Islamophobe

Dr Jasmin Zine, a professor at Wilfred Laurier labels Tarek Fatah an Islamophobe. She does this in her federally funded book White Islamophobia Industry. (free download)

Firas al-Najim founder of CD4HR a Palestinian support organization tweeted the following.

The self hating Muslim #tarekfatah has died from many of his illnesses. He was Sick mentally before physically & now we can Rest In Peace from all his toxic work. He was a supporter of the Zionist Israeli war criminal regime & a great friend of all hypocrites/monafiqeen. Adios

Sheikh Iqbal Nadvi Contradict Dr. Zine and Firas Najim

April 24, 2023, Muhammad Iqbal al-Nadvi, president of the Canadian Fique Council released a statement after news of the passing of journalist and Author Tarek Fatah. Tarek Fatah Not Islamophobe

According to the statement released by Sheikh Iqbal Nadvi on the official FB Al-Nadwa Institute Tarek Fatah was a Muslim.

…he was outspoken about the political clergy in Pakistan, he was a main critic of religious clergy in the Indian Subcontinent and due to such a stand taken by him, he was labeled as anti-Islam. To my understanding, he was a Muslim

 I liked most of the comments when he spoke against fanatics, terrorism and extremism.

Two Influential Muslim Canadians Contradict Sheikh Nadvi

Islamophobia Quickly Marches Forward in Canada

Islamophobia Quickly Marches Forward in Canada

OTTAWA, Monday, February 6, 2023, Professor Jasmin Zine Author of White Islamophobia Industry testified before a senet committee.

The Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights met by videoconference this day at 4:01 p.m. [ET] to examine such issues as may arise from time to time relating to human rights generally.

M103 the Islamophobia motion set established the premise that Canada and Canadians suffer from Islamophobia.

Today April 1 2023 it is 6 years after the passing of this motion. the following are but a few excerpts. It is highly recommended you read the complete transcript

I have noticed is that Canada has been quite slow to implement any kind of national initiatives that would outreach to communities, that would engage those communities in a meaningful way and that would continue to inform policy, education and so on. I think that some of those examples could be very helpful as we look at more nationwide types of policies that are impactful.

For me, as a sociologist, it’s the way the legislation supports, sustains and reproduces Islamophobic ideas and narratives about the potential radical, the jihadist. In my book, Under Siege, Islamophobia and the 9/11 Generation, that came out last year, I was looking at Muslim youth and how they are responding to having been socialized into a world where they were perceived as radicals, as terrorists, as jihadists since 9/11 happened and all of those security policies were ushered in. There are a number of ways that has impacted this generation of youth and the generation of youth that has followed.

White Islamophobia Industry Dr. Jasmin Zine

Before we think about new legislation, we have to think about how the legislation that we have is enforced, and that comes back to be laid at the feet of law enforcement, where there is often not the political will to fully and appropriately respond to and investigate hate crimes