Ghada Sadaka — an Arab Christian — is the object of a calculated witch hunt for sharing her concerns about jihadist incursions and infiltrations on Western soil. Muslim groups who should be joining her in her concern about the clear global dangers presented by their coreligionists are instead bullying and intimidating her.
It is absurd that “under the mounting pressure, Ghada Sadaka apologized for posting ‘discriminatory’ posts, pledged to ‘improve’ her ‘understanding of human rights issues’ and social media use, and and took a leave until January 2017.”
Sadaka has not actually discriminated against anyone, or demonstrated any misunderstanding of human rights issues in her Facebook posts; nor did she condemn all Muslims.
Unsurprisingly, the former CAIR-CAN, now the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), called the allegations about “Islamophobia” “disturbing….We welcome a full investigation,” said Amira Elghawaby, the NCCM’s communications director.
It is widely known that CAIR was designated an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial, the largest terrorism financing trial in the history of the U.S.; even the United Arbab Emirates has designated CAIR a terrorist organization.
The very Muslims who have dragooned Sadaka into a leave of absence should instead be rallying support among Muslims for the human rights that Sharia denies and upon which jihadists are routinely trampling.
Non-Muslims are being intimidated and subjugated by the “Islamophobia” farce that needs to be understood for what it really is, as revealed by Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, a Muslim intellectual, former imam and member of the International Institute of Islamic Thought. He who called the term “Islamophobia” “deeply offensive”:
That’s the reason why the question of whether America is “Islamophobic” – now bandied about so casually, as though opposition to the mosque has revealed a nasty strain in the American psyche, akin to the terrible racism or anti-Semitism that once ran wild – is so deeply offensive. This loathsome term is nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.
Despite the Muslim persecution of Christians; the aspirations of global conquest held by the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, and other Muslim groups; Muslim-on-Muslim killings by the millions; global jihad terrorism; the Sharia-directed human rights abuses in Islamic states; the existential threat that Islamic supremacists and jihadists pose to the state of Israel; and the disastrous consequences of lax immigration policies across Europe that have resulted in innocent peoples being victimized by rampant Muslim migrant crime and rape across the continent; and more, Westerners are still largely in collective denial about the jihad menace to their peace and freedom. This denial is being sustained by a bogus victimology narrative foisted upon Westerners by those driving the “Islamophobia” agenda.
It seems as if the greater the tally of crimes against humanity that are being committed globally in the name of Islam, the louder some Muslim individuals and groups will scream “Islamophobia” whenever non-Muslims voice their valid concerns more openly than usual.
Muslims should be joining non-Muslims in condemning the evils that are being committed in the name of their religion. “Islamophobia”-pushing Muslims are in fact employing a kind of psychological extortion to assert and exercise a supremacy over Westerners. They are not looking for an inclusive society, but are seeking supremacy above all other faiths and races. Such Muslims are in effect fueling division and fear among Westerners who are now terrified of being called racist more than they are of jihad terror attacks and violence.
Where were Muslim groups to condemn Toronto area school-teacher Nadia Shoufani, who called a jihadist who crushed the skull of a four-year-old Israeli toddler a hero and martyr?
All peace-loving non-Muslims and peace loving Muslims should come out in full support of Ghada Sadaka.
“Facebook posts “Islamophobic”, “discriminatory”?”, by Jonathan Halevi, CIJNews, January 1, 2017:
In recent months, Ghada Sadaka, a principal of Sir Wilfrid Laurier Public School in Markham, ON, has been the centre of controversy after she was accused by parents and Muslim community leaders of posting Islamophobic posts on Facebook.
In a letter to Mitzie Hunter, Ontario’s Minister of Education, Muslim community leaders, educators, activists and concerned citizens, wrote among other things:
“We join the parents who are deeply concerned about the mental and physical wellbeing of their children,” the letter reads. “This is deeply troubling. This is especially disturbing when contextualized within the growing incidents of Islamophobia within society… all children, staff and teachers are entitled to a safe, inclusive & accepting school environment free from fear and hate.”
Hunter intervened in this case which was also investigated by York Region District School board (YRDSB). In a letter sent to YRDSB on November 22, 2016, Hunter wrote:
“Regarding the investigation into allegations of Islamophobia, I understand your concern to respect the confidentiality of the particular investigation. At the same time, the board must reassure the community that there is a clear and thorough process that will be equitably applied to support and protect the safety of students and staff. As we know, when staff, students and parents feel unsafe, the conditions for learning are compromised.
“I am requesting that you articulate what your process is for such investigations and how you ensure that processes are followed. The board can help to reassure all members of its community by clearly communicating all aspects of the policy, including how these determinations are made, the standards to which employees will be held accountable and the types of disciplinary measures and restorative practices available to redress unacceptable behaviour. The community has voiced particular concerns over the transparency of this process and seeks clarity of what are the acceptable standards of behaviour in these circumstances. What will you do to appropriately respond to this community and to the public?
“It is clear from the letters I have received and the repeated calls for action, that some members of the community have a sense of systemic racism within the board. These feelings cannot be downplayed or ignored. The board has a responsibility to acknowledge and address them with demonstrated commitment and action. The relationship with the community is yours to maintain. What will you do to respond to the community? What is your plan to involve parents and community members to address these issues? How do you plan to work with and strengthen the work of the equity committee? How will you show that you are living your equity policy?”
Under the mounting pressure, Ghada Sadaka apologized for posting “discriminatory” posts, pledged to “improve” her “understanding of human rights issues” and social media use, and and took a leave until January 2017.
Are Sadaka’s posts “Islamophobic” or “discriminatory”?
Post no. 1
Ghada Sadaka accused of sharing “Islamophobic” CNN’s report (click HERE)
Post no. 2
Ghada Sadaka’s statement “the (peaceful) majority were irrelevant” portrayed as “Islamophobic” (click HERE)
Post no. 3
On November 14, 2015 Ghada Sadaka shares a link to The Rebel’s article “The Truth about Refugees” accompanied with the following text: “As Canadian we have to be compassionate but yet let’s be very vigilant. An interesting read about Syrian refugees, worth reading.”
Ezra Levant, the author of the article in question, asked the readers to sign a petition that read the following:
“We call on the government to be responsible in any plans for refugees from the Middle East. Only legitimate refugees who have a well-founded fear of persecution should be accepted — not economic migrants. And the government must carefully screen out any jihadists or others who support violence.”
Levant based his argument on a poll taken in 2014 by the Arab Centre for Research and Public Policy Studies in Qatar that showed that 31% of Syrian migrants in refugee camps in the region do not want the Islamic State to be defeated.
In this regard Levant wrote the following:
“It’s a serious problem: an opinion poll of 900 Syrian migrants shows that nearly a third of Syrian “refugees” support terrorist groups… They’re cheering for the terrorists.
“So, out of 25,000 Syrian refugees Trudeau wants to bring in, 7,500 could be ISIS supporters. It gets worse. In that same survey, only 10% of Syrian migrants say radical Islam is a serious problem. But 41% say America or the Jews are.”
To read the findings of the poll conducted by Arab Centre for Research and Public Policy Studies in Qatar click HERE.
Post no. 4
On September 19, 2015 Ghada Sadaka shared with no further comment Jonathan Drew’s photo featuring women wearing bikini and burqa accompanied with the following text: “If bikinis are banned in Muslim countries, then burqas should be banned in Europe.” Jonathan Drew added: “Exactly!!!!!!”
Post no. 5
On January 14, 2015, Ghada Sadaka shared with no further comment a link to the Daily Mail’s article: “Moroccan-born mayor of Rotterdam tells fellow Muslims who do not appreciate the ‘freedoms’ of living in the West to ‘pack your bags and f*** off’ on live TV.”
Post no. 6
Ghada Sadaka shared the following article “An Amazing Supermarket Incident In Canada…Muslim Woman Is Put Right In Her Place”.
The following is an excerpt from the article:
“A Muslim woman dressed in a Burkha (a black gown & face mask) was standing with her shopping in a queue at the checkout. When it was her turn to be served, and as she reached the cashier, she made a loud remark about the Canadian Flag lapel pin which the female cashier was wearing on her blouse. The cashier reached up and touched the pin and said, ‘Yes, I always wear it proudly. My son serves abroad with the forces and I wear it for him. The Muslim woman then asked the cashier when she was going to stop bombing and killing her countrymen explaining that she was Iraqi.
“At that point an elderly gentleman standing in the queue stepped forward and interrupted with a calm and gentle voice, and said to the Iraqi woman, ‘Excuse me, but hundreds of thousands of Canadian men and women, just like this lady’s son have fought and sacrificed their lives so that people just like YOU can stand here in Canada, which is MY country, and allow you to blatantly accuse an innocent check-out cashier of bombing YOUR countrymen. It is my belief that if you were allowed to be as outspoken as that in Iraq, which you claim to be YOUR country, then we wouldn’t need to be fighting there today. However – now that you have learned how to speak out and criticize the Canadian people who have afforded you the protection of MY country, I will gladly pay the cost of a ticket to help you pay your way back to Iraq.
When you get there, and if you manage to survive for being as outspoken as what you are here in Canada, then you should be able to help straighten out the mess which YOUR Iraqi countrymen have got you into in the first place, which appears to be the reason that you have come to MY country to avoid.’”
Post no. 7
On January 11, 2015, Ghada Sadaka shares a Le Monde’s YouTube video entitled “The poignant speech of the brother of Ahmed Merabet, a policeman killed during the attack on Charlie Hebdo.”…..
Ghada Sadaka added the following comment:
“A good start, but where is the voice of Muslims who are not extremists and of which they condemn these acts of terrorism. This is the time of vocalizing “where you stand”!!!”