“Your Mohammed prophet, I don’t give a damn…I can say whatever I want.” No, you can’t. If he had unleashed a “vulgar rant” against Christ, do you think it would have been a story in the Canadian media? Of course not. But the Muslim cabbies at the Toronto airport got together and began screaming “Allahu akbar,” and ASP Security Services rushed to assure them that it would abide by Sharia blasphemy laws.
“Security company apologizes after guard’s anti-Muslim rant caught on tape,” by Maryam Shah, Toronto Sun, September 18, 2015:
A security company has apologized after one of its guards was filmed insulting the Prophet Mohammed during an argument with a cabbie at Pearson Airport earlier this week.
In a shortened version of the video provided to the Toronto Sun, a man dressed in a security uniform speaks to the person behind the camera.
“Your Mohammed prophet, I don’t give a damn,” the guard is heard saying, before tossing vulgar insults about the religious figure.
“I can say whatever I want.”
Syed Jaffary told the Toronto Sun he’s the taxi driver who shot the video.
He said he’s a licensed taxi driver, but doesn’t have a permit for picking up fares at the airport.
“This kind of racism, we can’t take it,” he said in a phone interview.
What race is insulting Muhammad again? I keep forgetting.
“It’s not their job to find out who’s legal. That’s the police’s job. That’s not the security job.”
ASP Security Services says the dispute occurred around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and “regretfully” resulted in “unacceptable and offensive language being used by one of our guards.”
“This behaviour was inconsistent with both our code of conduct and values as a company, and the incident continues to be the subject of an internal investigation,” aviation services director Jim Catney said in the company’s statement.
“We extend our sincere apologies to those members of the public that have been affected.”…