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TOTAL BS: Muslim Couple GIVEN $12K Because Their Landlord Did THIS To Them

You’d better be sitting down for THIS one.

Look at what’s happening in Canuckistan.

(FYI: that’s the new name for Canada under the Trudeau regime.)

First, it was the amorphous, undefined Bill M-103 the so-called ‘Islamophobia Bill’ that makes it illegal to critique Islam, and now, landlords are being harassed for following the law in Canada for showing apartments.

The Ontario Kangaroo Court ‘Human Rights Tribunal’ has awarded $12,000 to a Muslim couple who claimed that their landlord failed to accommodate their religious rights and practices when showing the apartment to potential tenants.

How did he do this?

By giving 24-hours notice before a showing of the residence, (which is Ontario law,) not giving the wife a few minutes’ heads-up so she can put on her symbol of oppression ‘modest’ clothing when she was alone in the apartment, and for the mortal sin of not removing his shoes — which the landlord claims are ‘indoor’ shoes.

Seriously.

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has awarded $12,000 to a Muslim couple, who claimed their landlord failed to accommodate their prayer times and notify the wife when she was home alone before bringing in prospective new tenants for apartment viewings.

“The respondent discriminated against the applicants by failing to accommodate their religious practices relating to prayer times by providing advance notice shortly before showing the apartment,” tribunal panel vice-chair Jo-Anne Pickel wrote in a recent 38-page decision.

“He also failed to accommodate their religious practices by refusing to remove his shoes when entering their apartment and especially their prayer space. Finally, he also harassed them, at least in part, because of their religiously-based accommodation requests.”

The MONSTER!

He should be tarred and feathered for that!

According to the tribunal, Walid Madkour and Heba Ismail, who immigrated to Canada from Egypt, moved into their Brampton apartment in December 2014 and agreed a month later to move out of the unit by Feb. 28, 2015 due to issues with the temperature of the apartment, the use of the internet and the request for a quiet environment at night.

The human rights complaint was based on the events and correspondence between the couple and the landlord when the landlord started planning viewings of the apartment to prospective tenants in late February 2015.

Despite repeated requests by Madkour for an additional five-minute warning so his wife had time to put on modest attire before the viewings, the landlord John Alabi — a Christian, according to the ruling — would only provide blocks of time that prospective tenants would be coming, with 24 hours’ notice.

So, they were moving out after living there for just 2 months. I’m sure that made the landlord so peachy-keen on these tenants.

“The respondent’s refusal to remove the shoes when walking into the applicants’ prayer space represented vexatious conduct linked to the applicants’ religion that was known to be unwelcome,” said the tribunal.

‘Vexatious conduct’?

Do you see this?

What oppression this couple faced.

The landlord, John Alabi, feels that the ruling is unjust says his lawyer, Peta-Gaye Drummond:

“He has maintained that the accusations against him arise out of misunderstanding. In his 15 years as a landlord, he has rented to so many people from different ethnic origins and has not had this kind of dispute being labelled a discriminator,” she said. “He was sympathetic to the tenants, but maintains his innocence.”

Drummond said her client is considering filing a request for reconsideration to the tribunal, which must be submitted in 30 days.

The couple says that they weren’t intending to cause trouble, and it isn’t about money.

Of course, it isn’t.

“I feel the page is closed. It was a painful experience for my wife. We just wanted to forget about the case and move on,” said Madkour, who along with his wife has since moved to a different city.

“We are happy with the tribunal decision because it proved that if you are genuine, you get your rights. We didn’t do anything wrong. Being different is nothing to be ashamed of.”

Ismail, who immigrated to Canada in 2012, said she and her husband had not experienced discrimination and racism in the country.

“It was not about money,” she said. “We don’t want anyone in the future to have the same experience. No one should be able to get away with it.”
Read more: Toronto Star

Alabi has also been ordered to attend Reeducation Camp the Human Rights Tribunal’s online courses within 30 days, the courses are: ‘Human Rights in Rental Housing’ and ‘Policy on Human Rights and Rental Housing’.

So, the lesson here is that the rights of Muslims trump the rights of others.

Gotcha.

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