Female Ontario Premier Forced To Sit In A Corner While Visiting MosqueChris Menahan
Feb. 12, 2017
Chick-Fil-A CEO Gets On His Knees, Shines Rapper's Shoes, Says White Christians Must 'Repent' For 'Shame' of Racism
Chicago: 'Black Lives Matter' Mural Painted Over to Read 'All Lives Matter'
Kim Gardner's Revenge: McCloskeys Hit With Search Warrant, Cops Seize Rifle Used to Defend Against Mob
Detroit: 20-Yr-Old Black Supremacist Films Himself Beating Up Elderly Nursing Home Patients
Harvard Grad Claira Janover Never Had A Job At Deloitte But Is Set to Cash In On GoFundMe For Being 'Fired'
Before she was allowed to deliver a message that "we're all the same," Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was forced to sit in the back corner of a Mosque all by herself while Muslim men prayed.
From the Toronto Sun:
While the men prayed, she sat patiently in the back corner of the mosque waiting to say the words many in the room were so thankful to hear.Wynne is Canada's first openly gay head of government in Canada and the first female Premier of Ontario.
The mosque she spoke at is run by an anti-gay Muslim preacher:
As quoted in the CIJ News in 2015 from a question and answer session on Onislam.net, Imam Wael Shehab said “homosexuality is a sinful act in Islam ... I’d cite the following fatwa of Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, president of the Fiqh Council of North America:She didn't bring it up and ignored the issue entirely when the media questioned her on it.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter and Facebook.