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The fantasy and danger of the Canadian Muslim persecution complex

This week, the Toronto Star seems to have unwittingly (?) exposed the fantastic yet lethal nature of the Muslim persecution complex.

According to this story by San Grewal, there is a problem with how "white" kids treat Muslim kids. For example, Meadowvale High School in Mississauga has a "Brown corner" where Muslim kids hang out speaking their native tongue.

Looks like someone had better fill in some of San's blanks:

That's a valid but incomplete observation. I went to a typical high school in a very ethnic, lower-middle-class neighborhood in Toronto. We had dozens of corners – brown, black, Chinese, Jewish, kids who were into skateboards and skipping class, nerds, jocks, etc. etc.

I'm not saying that high school kids don't persecute Muslims. I'm saying that high school kids persecute everyone.

I am absolutely sure that Muslim kids get called horrible names because all teenagers at some point in their lives get singled out and called horrible names. If every Jewish kid who got called "kike" and every Chinese kid who got called "chink" decided to blow something up, Toronto would have been a smoking pile of bloodied rubble long before there was a sizable immigrant Muslim community.

I think that before Canadians accept the responsibility that Mr. Grewal is implying they have, he should present evidence more reliable than anecdotal teenage whining that Canada is a hostile environment to Muslims. Even the police who had to arrest these terrorist scumbags went to sensitivity training on how not to offend Muslims.
The end of the article is where it gets interesting – here's a quote from Muslim University of Toronto student Abdul Tanwir that exposes the real issue very clearly: "If you think you can't get a job here because you're Muslim, if you were called a terrorist at school, you might think,`What can I do about these white people? So you might think, `The only way I can defend myself is to bomb this place.'"

I suppose you might think that the way to defend yourself and get that job you're entitled to is by blowing up your school.

But that would just be proving that those jerks who called you "terrorist" at school were right.

Another thing you might think is that if you did like the millions of other Canadian immigrants who turned the other cheek, rolled up their sleeves and enjoyed the sweet revenge of living well – you might realize that you don't need to become a murderer to prove your point.

As far as we've come, Canadians have not yet perfected the skills needed for living in a constantly-changing sea of ethnic diversity and many teenage kids isolate and alienate each other as a result. That's called racism and it didn't start with the Muslim community and I seriously doubt that the Muslim community is suffering more than other minorities in Canada have.

The real issue here is the the idea that if things don't go your way in life, you are entitled to commit violent crimes against whoever you perceive to be responsible for your situation. This violation of individuals' rights to live is the most dangerous threat to Canadian society that could be imagined.

I feel sorry for these Muslim kids who buy into the idea that there is ever a justification for terror. It's obvious that many of them are going to waste the abundant opportunities given to them by great nations like Canada to take up the irrational and immoral campaign of Jihad, and like the 17 that were caught this week, hopefully fail and spend the better parts of their lives in prison.

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  1. Dotan Mazor says:

    “you don’t need to become a murderer to prove your point”

    Your post reminded me of an interview with Waffa Sultan. There’s a Hebrew transcript in the Kivunim website.

    She talks about the insane way of some Islamists of solving their problems.

    “The only way I can defend myself is to bomb this place” this is by far, the most idiotic remark I’ve heard for a long time. If someone doesn’t like me, that’s too bad. But to kill him because of it? How does a sane person come to this insane conclusion?

    Luckily enough, most of these obscure sayings remain as sidekicks in the garbage bin of history.

    Dotan

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