Anti-Muslim Hate

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What is Islamophobia? | Newsround (12+)

The UK is full of people who follow many different faiths and religions. Most of the time, they all get along, and people are free to live as they want. However, some groups are targeted because of their beliefs, and because of events that people blame them for - even if this is incorrect. Islamophobia is when Muslims are the victims of attacks just because of their religion.
Policy recommendations from the National Council of Canadian Muslims to the federal government, provincial governments, and municipal governments across Canada to tackle violent and systemic forms of Islamophobia.
In the last five years, more Muslims have been killed in targeted hate-attacks in Canada than in any other G7 country. And this growing Islamophobia is having impacts on the health of Muslim Canadians.
There are common ways that educators, boards, senior leadership and the policies and curricula they support maintain the reality of Islamophobia in schools. These “evasions” are ways of escaping or avoiding addressing Islamophobia that allow us to maintain a sense of innocence and goodness, while denying complicity in perpetuating harms against Muslims.
Islamophobia in Schools (
How teachers and communities can recognize and challenge its harms.

Islamophobia in Canada: Why it’s a problem and what’s being done about it | CBC Kids News (10+)

Most experts agree, and statistics back them up — Islamophobia is still an issue in Canada.  And some people say it is only getting worse.  So what is Islamophobia? Why is it an issue in Canada, where multiculturalism and diversity are celebrated? And what is being done to address it?


Beyond the Bulletin: Amir Al-Azraki / Islamophobia (16+)

The killing of several members of a Muslim family in London, Ontario was not an isolated incident, said Amir Al-Alzraki. The professor and coordinator of studies in Islamic and Arab cultures at Renison University College was featured on the Beyond the Bulletin podcast discussing Islamophobia in our communities.

Being Muslim in Canada (12+)

What it's like being Muslim in Canada? A new survey paints a complicated picture. 

This is our Canada (16+)

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said that while some people say the London, Ont. vehicle attack that left four members of a Muslim family dead and one child injured was "not our Canada," it was "our Canada" and that the country was a place "of racism, of violence, of genocide of Indigenous people and our country is a place where Muslims aren't safe."