Hanady Saad said she was walking along René-Lévesque Boulevard in Montreal with her friends a few weeks ago when a stranger yelled at her. “He was starting to say bad words — 'Terrorist, go back...
As the Quebec election approaches I find myself, unfortunately, pressured to vote for a candidate and party based on my religious sentiments and my feelings of discrimination against my community, rather than formulating my opinion based on the multitude of challenges that face Quebec society as a whole.
More than half of all Canadians believe Muslims can't be trusted, and nearly as many believe discrimination against Muslims is "mainly their fault,'' according to the results of a new national survey. Muslims are facing a tremendous amount of ignorance from Canadian society.