Canada PM Mosque: ‘Shame… don’t let them speak’, Canadian PM Trudeau heavily criticized in his own country
ANI, Ontario. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was once again criticized in his own country. People also raised slogans against Justin Trudeau. Actually, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had gone to a mosque in Toronto, where he was embarrassed.
Why was Trudeau criticized?
Let us tell you that Trudeau had made a strong attack against terrorism regarding the Israel-Hamas war. While supporting Israel, he said that Canada is with Israel’s self-defense and we do not support terrorism. For this reason slogans were raised against him.
People raised slogans of ‘Shame’
News agency ANI quoted Canadian news Toronto Sun as saying that a video on Twitter shows that PM Trudeau had gone to a mosque on Friday, where people are raising slogans of ‘shame’. People also demanded that PM Trudeau should not be allowed to speak on the podium.
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PM Trudeau thanked the Muslim community
However, despite the protests, Trudeau addressed the people. The PM said, I thank you for allowing me to pray with you in this difficult time. On Justin Trudeau’s participation in this program, the PM’s office said that he had gone to show his support towards the Muslim community affected by the situation arising in the Middle East.
Liberal MP wrote a letter to PM
Here, Toronto’s Liberal MP Salma Zahid has written a letter to the Canadian PM, in which 33 MPs have expressed their views. In the letter, demands have been made for calling for ceasefire, opening humanitarian corridors, following international law and other points. The letter has been signed by 23 backbench Liberal MPs, eight NDP MPs and both Green Party MPs.
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