Radical Islamic Teacher Creates Reading List to Push Narrative of Terrorists to Children

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A Canadian-Muslim teacher in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan “specializing in equity, anti-oppressive education.” according to her Twitter bio and working as an “Equity Reviewer+Consultant” named Rabia Khokar has developed a “reading list for families who want to fight Islamophobia”. That’s right, it’s a summer reading list from an Islamic radical Social-Justice warrior designed to combat “islamophobia” in children. Let that marinate for a second.

According to CTVNews, Khokar “tweeted out an in-depth list of children’s books centered around Muslim voices and authors. The books touch on everything from cooking with parents, music, belief in oneself and adventure — all in an effort to encourage parents and fellow educators to do their part in fighting Islamophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment in their own circles.”

“I think if you can see yourself in an experience like family, friendship, teamwork or sports — universal experiences — I really believe that’s one of the ways that we can build bridges of understanding and really counter those negative stereotypes with children,” Khokhar told CTVNews.ca by phone Monday.

“Anti Islamophobic” SJW Is Channeling The Same Radical Victimhood as BLM

Khokhar seems to be latching onto the same idea that led to reading lists featuring Black authors and “Black-centered narratives” in 2020 at the height of the Black Lives Matter riots. She certainly echoes similar sentiments of the victimhood mentality that has festered and exploded in America, spawning the BLM movement.

“Our voices have always been here but there’s always been structures that have prevented our voices from being heard or even being excluded,”she told CTV

“Islamophobia” Farce Has Been Laid Bare– So What Is She Teaching?

The late author, journalist, orator, and columnist Christopher Hitchens who coined the “Hitchens’s Razor” theory (“What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence”) to defend his very vocal atheism gave us perhaps the best treatise on “islamophobia”:

“Islamophobia: a word created by fascists, and used by cowards, to manipulate morons.”

British writer for The Times Melanie Phillips also gave us the accurate assertion that,

“Islamophobia is a fiction to shut down debate”

And described how accusations of “Islamophobia” are a protective shroud designed to protect Islam and Muslim traditions from any legitimate, objective criticism and simultaneously mark any critics for attack. She wrote,

“In denying Islamophobia, I was an Islamophobic bigot. And of course, out poured the antisemitic comments. I was a “Zionazi” and “Mossad agent”, antisemitism claims were “bullshit”, and so predictably on.”

You can find a similar analysis in the work of Pascal Bruckner, a French writer, and philosopher who wrote, “The notion of Islamophobia is meant to give the religion of the Prophet a status of exemption denied to other spiritual systems. Thus, we have the reprehensible law enacted by the Canadian Parliament this March that prohibits criticism of Islam, while other confessions still can be denigrated without any problem”

So given that “Islamophobia” doesn’t actually exist, except as a radical means to protect Islam from any critique and identify those who criticize it for easy retaliation what is Khokhar seeking to educate children on? How to better target those who are critical of her religion? Or perhaps that her faith is immutable and beyond all objective analysis or legitimate critical thought process? Or to reinforce the Islamist political system? It’s hard to tell. But most any rational person can tell: this indoctrination doesn’t belong in schools.

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