Skip to comments.Toronto Hindus oppose Muslim prayers at school
Posted on 07/06/2011 8:34:18 PM PDT by JimWayne
Friday nawaz prayers at a school in the Toronto suburb of North York have angered Hindu advocacy groups here. The noon-time prayers for 400 Muslim students of the Valley Park Middle School were introduced last November.
Angry Hindu advocacy groups want the 40-minute prayers, which are conducted by an imam specially brought from a mosque, to be stopped immediately.
The local Canadian Hindu Advocacy, led by Ron Banerjee, is roping in various Hindu organizations to hold protests outside the school to pressure management to stop the Friday prayers. 'This is alarming and unacceptable. We respect the separation of church and state,' Banerjee has said in interviews to the media.
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Now that’s an interesting match-up for the school
that’s rich, isn’t it?
you hafta wonder where our people are.
Welcome to Torontistan.
I’m from Vancouver BC, and most of my high school classmates were mostly Hindus, Pacific Asians, Punjabis and Sikhs. (That’s why it’s notoriously called Hong-couver). There’s no way the muzzies can overtake the many Gurdwaras in the Vancouver metro areas and it didn;t surprise me about Torontonistan either.
The muzzies are the minority in canada, just like the illegal alien mexicans who thought they could usurp the Indian majority who rule everything from trucking to port control. They physically got their asses kicked.
So the Indians kicked the Mexican’s butts. I’m impressed.
Our bank ATM’s last time I checked in January, don’t even offer Spanish as an option. The order is 1-2 English THEN French (as federally mandated) then 3) Sikh/Hindi 4) Mandarin (HUGE Chinese population) 5) Punjabi.
Mexicans tried to grab the construction deals before the Winter Olympics and they “Sopranos’d” by the Punjabis who are the biggest visible minorities, rigth after native aboriginals. Unlike here in Los Angeles, mexicans and Jews are cliches there.
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