I thought there was a separation between mosque and state in Canada.
I was wrong.
Now, failure to be sharia compliant — on your own property — can result in an enormous fine!
John Alabi, a 52-year-old Ontario man, is being issued a sharia ticket for $12,000 by the province’s Human Rights Tribunal.
His sin? He didn’t take his shoes off in his Muslim tenants’ unit where they prayed while showing the space to potential occupants.
John is a Christian who came to Canada 22 years ago from Nigeria. Since then, he’s followed our laws and worked hard, currently carrying two jobs to ensure his family is cared for. John is the sort of man every Canadian should be proud of; but instead, he’s being labelled a human rights violator– because he refused to submit to his tenants’ religion!
So now, in addition to paying Walid Madkour and his wife Heba Ismail six thousand dollars each for injury to their feelings and dignity, John must also take an e-course on “Human Rights in Rental Housing.” John told me he’s worried his case will set precedent for other landlords who will also have to become sharia compliant.
After meeting with John, it was hard not to be affected.
When did a failure to remove ones’ shoes in a Muslim prayer space become against the law in Canada? When did failure to make your property sharia-compliant become punishable by fine? Isn’t there supposed to be a separation of mosque and state in this country? If so, why is sharia law being pushed on John to the tune of $12,000?
So, this is what we’re going to do: We’re crowdfunding John’s sharia ticket.
Honestly, I hate the idea of money going to these Muslim bullies who are inflicting their worldview onto an unwilling individual; but I hate the idea of John fighting this battle alone even more.
Donate below to show patriot solidarity is still stronger than sharia in this country!