Most Canadians were horrified to hear the story of the 13-year-old Israeli girl stabbed to death by a Muslim terrorist while she slept. Not radical Muslim and Toronto schoolteacher Nadia Shoufani. She called that Muslim terrorist a "hero" .
I trust Nadia Shoufani's employers at the Dufferin-Peel District School Board are suitably unimpressed with her weekend hate-spewing, but who can say if that truly affects her ability to teach. It most certainly tarnishes the image of the Dufferin-Peel District School Board.
Is there something seriously wrong with our school system when we allow teachers, Muslim or otherwise, to spew such hatred? Perhaps.
But if we don't allow such absurd statements to be spoken in public where they can be properly ridiculed in the Court of Public Opinion they will go unchecked by those of us still in possession of common sense. And such statements absolutely must be ridiculed in the Court of Public Opinion.
One of the speakers at this year's Islamic Al-Quds Day Rally in Toronto on July 2, 2016 Nadia Shoufani said this:
“Yesterday [July 1, 2016] the Israeli occupation forces shot dead, executed a 27 year old woman, a pregnant woman, killing her. That means killing two, two people, the woman and her baby. Her cousin Mohammad 17-year-old, was executed the day before.”
Nadia Shoufani has a severely twisted version of the truth. While two facts are not disputed, namely that both pregnant Palestinian woman Sarah Tarairah and her cousin Mohammad Tarairah were indeed shot dead by Israeli forces, what the radical Muslim schoolteacher fails to explain in her hate-filled diatribe is WHY the pair were shot dead.
The "why" changes absolutely everything.
Sarah Tarairah was killed while attempting to stab an Israeli policeman to death. Her delightful cousin Mohammad Tarairah was killed by Israeli forces after he stabbed that 13-year-old Israeli girl to death while she slept; the girl I spoke of at the start of this commentary.
I won't shed a tear for the deaths of either one. They earned their deaths by their own stupid and inhumane actions. I am saddened that the unborn child Sarah carried was forced to pay the price for the gross stupidity of her mother, but that baby was the only innocent life lost.
Hiding the whole truth about these two Muslims is lying, flat out. We may be horrified when we first hear radical Muslim Nadia Shoufani's version of events, but that horror quickly transforms into disgust and revulsion once we hear the complete truth.
Such absurd statements must, absolutely must, be publicly ridiculed. Truth be told those who make such pronouncements, like Nadia Shoufani, must also face public ridicule. They've earned it.
Race-bating radical Muslims like Nadia Shoufani absolutely must be allowed to speak publicly, if for no other reason than it allows me and so many others to publicly ridicule her lying and deceitful hide and expose it for the worthless waste of humanity that it is.
That would be the Court of Public Opinion in action. Isn't it a beautiful thing?