We reported last week on the Webber Academy, a private school in Alberta that received a punitive judgment from the Human Rights Commission for “discriminating” against Muslims.
The school administration thought they were treating all religious faiths equally when they enforced a rule against any religious observance in school. But that’s not the way it works in Dhimmi Bizarro World, where treating Muslims the same as everyone else means they are being discriminated against.
The school got its come-uppance from the HRC after the parents of Muslim students filed a complaint. Now the Webber Academy has to pay a fine and change its practices to conform with sharia practices.
The following TV news report features interviews with students and parents who feel they were victimized by the school. Pay special attention to what a non-Muslim human rights activist has to say about halfway through:
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.
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