Oct 28 2015
Then they whine that they are being “bullied” when someone correctly links them with Muslim supremacists/terrorists on social media.
CAIR-NJ today called on public school officials in that state to address the issue of bullying of Muslim students after an incident in which a graduate of Colonia High School in Woodbridge Township who wears an Islamic head scarf reported that a photo of her was posted on social media with the word “Isis.” “This and other cases of bullies targeting Muslim students points to the need for a statewide review of policies and procedures relating to bullying,” said CAIR-NJ Executive Director James Sues. “Students of all faiths and backgrounds must be able to achieve their full potential in a positive learning environment free of harassment and intimidation.” He noted that CAIR’s California chapters will release a new report this week documenting bias-based bullying of American Muslim students in that state’s schools. A 2013 CAIR report documenting bias-based bullying of American Muslim students in California schools revealed that almost half of Muslim students said they had been subjected to some form of bias-based bullying. Visit: WWW.CAIR.COM to learn more. #antibullying
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Happily, the Woodbridge School Board declined to take action against a fellow student who posted a photo of this Muslim supremacist, Saira Ali, on social media with the word “ISIS.”
NJ.com “After 4 months of ‘investigation,’ the Woodbridge Township School District has come to the conclusion that when I was unknowingly taken a picture of at lunch, in school, by another student, and posted on Snapchat as ‘ISIS,’ I was not ‘harassed, intimidated, or bullied.’ Saira Ali wrote in a Facebook post on Sunday. “Apparently, according to the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, it’s entirely acceptable to take pictures of strangers and post them on social media with derogatory, inaccurate, slurs,” she wrote.
Hey, Saira, grow up, bitch.
I’m disgusted. Violated. pic.twitter.com/e5w2JChBG1
— Saira Ali (@DrSairaAli) June 4, 2015