Canada has appointed a special representative to prevent Islamophobia

The Canadian government has appointed a special representative for the first time to prevent Islamophobia.

According to foreign media reports, the Canadian government is trying to curb hatred and discrimination following a series of attacks targeting members of the country’s Muslim communities in recent years, and this move is a link in that chain.

In this regard, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that Islamophobia and discrimination will not be tolerated in the country, for the first time Amira al-Zawabi is being appointed as a special representative to fight Islamophobia and create a better future.

The Canadian Prime Minister called Amira Al-Ghaubi’s appointment as ‘an important step in the fight against Islamophobia and all forms of hatred’ and hoped that Amira Al-Ghaubi would play an important role in eradicating Islamophobia and hateful attitudes from the country. will

Justin Trudeau called the move an important step towards building a country where everyone, regardless of religion, can feel safe and respected.

Human rights activist Amira al-Ghabi chairs the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and writes a column for the Toronto Star newspaper. She has previously worked with the broadcaster for over ten years.

It should be remembered that during the last few years, there have been reports of continuous attacks on Muslims in Canada. In June 2021, four members of a Muslim family were crushed to death under a truck in Ontario.

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