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Justin Trudeau

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/* Immigration and hate crimes */
===Immigration and hate crimes===
An 11-year-old girl reported that a man twice tried to cut off her [[hijab]] with scissors as she walked to school with her younger brother. Her story captured international attention and public condemnation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory. Trudeau said, {{quotebox|"My heart goes out to the young girl who was attacked, seemingly for her [[religion]]. I can’t imagine how afraid she must have been, I want her and her family and her friends and community to know that that is not what Canada is, that is not who Canadians are… We are better than this."<ref>[ Until it was found to be a hoax, Toronto girl's hijab made news, not the attack on her], ''National Post'', 15 January 2018.</ref>}} Even after the [[police]] reported it was a [[hate crime hoax]], Trudeau doubled down on fearmongering: {{quotebox|"We have seen an unfortunate pattern of increased hate crimes in past months directed towards religious minorities, particularly towards women, a warning sign of increased intolerance."}} When Trudeau announced his plan to bring 25,000 [[Syrian]] immigrants into Canada, Trudeau stated, {{quotebox|"I will be personally responsible for harm that may come to any citizen of Canada. Any harm, from any refugee, brought into Canada by my Government, I stand personally responsible"<ref></ref><ref></ref>}} Months later, after the hijab hate crime hoax incident, when Syrian "refugeee" Ibrahim Ali murdered 13 year old Marrisa Shen, Trudeau was silent.<ref></ref>
==Opposition to free speech and religious liberty==
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