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Toronto Police say Hijab attack a hoax 


TORONTO, ONTARIO  -    January 15, 2018  - On Friday, January 12, 2018,  an 11-year-old Muslim girl in Toronto said she was attacked on her way to school by a man with scissors, who cut up her hijab. Twice, in a matter of minutes!

Today. Toronto Police say an alleged attack on an 11-year-old girl wearing a hijab last week was a hoax

Immediately, the CBC did a national news story about it — barely 45 minutes after police first got the 9-11 call. How did that happen?

Soon, Justin Trudeau and half the Liberal politicians in Canada were condemning the attack. And Andrew Scheer, too.

An hour later, the 11-year-old girl held a nationally televised press conference — right from the school itself, with police participation.

Since when do police, or schools — or parents — let 11-year-old victims of crimes be filmed on TV? Let alone hosting press conferences? Especially when the alleged criminal is still at large?

It just didn’t add up. 

Well, it turns out, the whole thing was a hoax. Today Toronto Police say it just didn’t happen. Click the video below to find out the truth.

The media should have known better — but they just loved the narrative too much: evil, racist Canadians, picking on a poor Muslim girl. They couldn’t resist running with that smear.

Obviously the 11-year-old girl didn’t cook this scheme up herself. Her mother — Saima Samad — clearly orchestrated the hoax. She was at that press conference too, wearing a full niqab.

She lied about Canada — she smeared our country as hateful and violent. When in fact she is the one spreading hatred.

It’s not against the law to lie. But it is against the law to lie to police about a crime.

This 11-year-old girl is a victim — of her lying mother, and the school, politicians and media who used her as a political pawn.

The Rebel.

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