Female teacher allegedly had sex with 2 students on same day

Barbara Ellen:

do we seriously think that a female teacher sleeping
with a male pupil is on a par with a male teacher sleeping
with a girl pupil? I don’t.



A female teacher at an all-boys school allegedly had sex with two of her students — on the same day.

Cops say much-married June Kendall — a teacher at Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy — now faces charges of criminal sexual assault.

The 29-year-old woman allegedly had sex with one of her 17-year-old students early in the day then followed it up with a raunchy recess later in the afternoon with another boy, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Kendall’s alleged liaisons with the two boys began over Snapchat, which got increasingly sexually charged. The teacher allegedly sent these students photos of herself in various stages of undress.

“Over time, (the Snapchat) messages became sexual in nature, and (Kendall) indicated to (one of the boys) that she wanted to have sex with him,” according to a court document.

But someone saw the raunchy missives and reported Kendall and she was arrested.

Kendall’s husband is reportedly standing behind her.

False Rape Accuser: Alice Paquet



It all started during the night of October 15th, 2016, in Québec city, Canada. Two young black men intruded in a student housing facility, knocked on doors, and allegedly sexually assaulted a few female students. The sexual behaviors were never specified, so we can only speculate about what happened. A week later, the severity of the behaviors has still not been specified (so far, there is only one count of home invasion in court). Considering that there has been at least 15 complaints within a few minutes, it was most likely milder forms of assault.

The absence of details of the ding-dong-ditch incident did not prevent the media from interpreting the event as unambiguous proof that women face daily violence, turning anecdote into politics. Rather than discussing the violence of “urban youth,” the media initiated nationwide discussions about rape and consent. Ministers made promises for new policies. Security guards were placed on the facility. The university rector was blamed for everything and booed. The local media published updates every few hours for a week. Victims were called survivors.

The atmosphere of moral panic about the security of women in society led a university student, Alice Paquet, to speak in front of more than 500 people who gathered in solidarity with the “survivors.” She claimed to have been raped by a liberal politician, Gerry Sklavounos. At the time, Paquet did not reveal who the liberal politician was, so she might not have expected to be held accountable for this accusation.

She said that she already went to the police, but they advised her against legal action, because it would ruin the man, his family, and his career. She said it was so violent that she needed stitches. “On vous croit! On vous croit” (We believe you!) shouted the crowd, which subsequently became a feminist rallying cry.

Within a few hours, politicians of the opposition jumped on the bandwagon to shame Sklavounos and the liberal party. Leaders of the Québec Solidaire party (a feminist woman, a muslim, and a lesbian with her iconic moustache) immediately demanded the resignation of Sklavounos “as a gesture of respect towards women and men [sic!] of [his district]”. An MP from Coalition Avenir Québec also suggested that the alleged perpetrator be removed from the caucus by the prime minister himself. The newly elected leader of the Parti Québécois claimed that the prime minister should be held accountable. Sklavounos was subsequently expelled from the Parti Libéral du Québec. This happened within a day, before the police could even get into the investigation.

The victim, Alice Paquet, then began being interviewed by multiple broadcasters. Her inconsistencies and statement withdrawals tore her credibility to shreds. Not only that, but to this day, after a week of being everywhere on TV and radio, she still has not met police investigators.

Paquet retracted the statement that the police told her to drop the charges. On Radio-Canada, she explained that what she meant was that they asked her if she clearly said “no”… which she did not. After, the police was accused of neglect and many people demanded an internal investigation, the police made a public statement in which they said that on the contrary, they have tried to reach Paquet multiple times to resume the legal process, but she never replied to their calls. Whoops. Looks like she lied. Shortly after the withdrew the claim that she needed stitches after the alleged rape.

Perhaps the most significant strike to her credibility occurred when she admitted to having borderline personality disorder. Girls with a borderline personality are famously known for making false rape allegations. It has also been documented that borderline girls are “especially likely to misinterpret or misremember social interactions, to lie manipulatively and convincingly, and to have voluntarily entered destructive sexual relationships.” More generally, borderline personality disorder is strongly linked to pathological lying.

Then, we were told more about the story. She was working as a waitress in a restaurant. She was instructed to treat Sklavounos well, and that he was a womanizer. Despite that, after a heated discussion about politics, she went to his room to “discuss politics” in more depth, and to have drinks. They were kissing and everything, “but foreplay is not a contract for sex.” Remember earlier when I said that she never said “no” either. Pretty hard to tell you’re raping someone when she is kissing you, and does not voice her wish to stop. Then the alleged rape occurred. Here’s the best part:

She came back to have sex again with him two weeks later. “I’m a little masochist,” she said.

“I can’t say I said no clearly. I don’t remember. But I know very well I didn’t say yes. If a woman doesn’t feel free to say no, she is being raped. If she feels uneasy, it’s rape.” However, a few minutes prior, she also said this: “at that moment, I thought, if I don’t feel like it, and he feels like it, I can pleasure him.”

“Why should we believe you?” asked a reporter. “Because you have to ask,” she replied.

The final blow came when Paul André Beaulieu (a blogger and member of the Roosh V forum) discovered that Paquet led a conference for sex workers. She was introduced to the attendees as an ex-prostitute. So she might have been working as a prostitute rather than a waitress. Many people started to ask how many of her claims will be debunked, and how many details will we uncover as the investigation goes.

Like nearly all media-hyped rape allegations, Paquet’s claims are unfounded. This is exactly why there needs to be proof and a trial before imprisonment. More often than not, public rape accusations are false.


Trudeau meets with religious leader who legalizes wife beating under certain conditions


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met on Monday, October 17, 2016, with the Caliph, the Supreme religious leader, of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad. “It was a pleasure to meet with the Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community,” Trudeau Tweeted.


Ahmadiyya is an Islamic religious movement founded in Punjab, British India, near the end of the 19th century. It originated with the life and teachings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835–1908), who claimed to be the promised Messiah and Mahdi awaited by Muslims. The mainstream Muslim groups argue that Ahmadiyya does not represent Islam and regard its believers as apostates.

Caliph of Ahmadiyya on wife beating


In a Friday sermon in 2004 dealing with the “Relationship of Husband and Wife”, the Caliph, the Supreme religious leader, of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, said among other things the following (originally in Urdu):

The responsibility of the man… [the husband] as the supervisor [and] the head of the family, it is the responsibility of the man that he has to keep an eye on the environment that is being cultivated in the house. He has to fulfill the rights of the wife and the rights of the children… Only then he will be earn the status of being the head of the family…

When the punishments are mentioned [in the Quran] it is conditional. There are conditions when they are fulfilled only then those punishments will be allowed and then would be very seldom a woman amongst the Ahmadis who would deserve that punishment.

So instead of making excuses men should try to fulfill their responsibilities as said in the holy Quran [Chapter Name:An-Nisa, Verse No:34]:

الرِّجَالُ قَوَّامُونَ عَلَى النِّسَاء بِمَا فَضَّلَ اللّهُ بَعْضَهُمْ عَلَى بَعْضٍ وَبِمَا أَنفَقُواْ مِنْ أَمْوَالِهِمْ فَالصَّالِحَاتُ قَانِتَاتٌ حَافِظَاتٌ لِّلْغَيْبِ بِمَا حَفِظَ اللّهُ وَاللاَّتِي تَخَافُونَ نُشُوزَهُنَّ فَعِظُوهُنَّ وَاهْجُرُوهُنَّ فِي الْمَضَاجِعِ وَاضْرِبُوهُنَّ فَإِنْ أَطَعْنَكُمْ فَلاَ تَبْغُواْ عَلَيْهِنَّ سَبِيلاً إِنَّ اللّهَ كَانَ عَلِيًّا كَبِيرًا {34

[Men are the protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has made one of them to excel the other, and because they spend (to support them) from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient (to Allah and to their husbands), and guard in the husband’s absence what Allah orders them to guard (e.g. their chastity, their husband’s property, etc.). As to those women on whose part you see ill-conduct, admonish them (first), (next), refuse to share their beds, (and last) beat them (lightly, if it is useful), but if they return to obedience, seek not against them means (of annoyance). Surely, Allah is Ever Most High, Most Great.]

In that verse of the holy Quran Allah Almighty says men have been made supervisors upon women…

The pious women are obedient. They safeguard what Allah has admonish them to safeguard.

And for those women from whom you fear that they are rebellious then reprimand them… Allah Almighty says, first admonish them and then leave them alone in their beds and then if it continues then you can punish them.

But if they turn to obedience then do not look for excuses against them…

Allah Almighty says that if woman rectifies her behaviour then do not look for excuses to punish her…

If the woman continues in a rebellion only then you are allowed to punish her, not that at every little thing you slap her or you pick up the stick…”

The book “Islam on Marital Rights” by Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad, Chief of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in East Africa, provides practical guidance for married couples. The following are excerpts from the book which appears on Ahmadiyya’s website:

Men have been allowed a degree of superiority over women… for the smooth running of

family life, man has been made the head of the household and in that sense placed above the women…

The Duties of Women…

The wife’s second duty is that she should be obedient to and co-operative with her husband and give him the respect…

Many wives do not consider it necessary to be docile and obedient to their husbands and insist on imposing their own wishes on them and want their husband to play the second fiddle. This is not correct. A good wife must obey her husband

Wife’s Ideal Qualities…

The wife should not allow anyone into the house whom the husband does not like…

The wife must not go out of the house without the permission of her husband

But in all other matters [except ordering to commit a sin] she must obey. If she does not do so she will be deemed disobedient, and the husband will be entitled to take disciplinary action against her in the manner and within the limits as prescribed by the Holy Quran for such cases. It says:

And for those (wives) on whose part you fear disobedience, admonish them and leave them alone in their beds, and chastise them. Then if they obey you, seek not a way against them.” (4:35)

Steps in respect of the above command have to be taken with the greatest care and due consideration. By leaving them alone in their beds does not mean perpetual separation. In the case of a very stubborn woman, who does not mend herself as a result of separation, which in no case should exceed four months, the husband should take recourse by giving a bit of corporal punishment. But this must be the last recourse.

The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) has given very clear instructions on this point. He has advised that the punishment should be light, so light that it must not leave any mark on the body. And he has positively forbidden slapping ones wife on the face…

It is also reported that once the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) said, “If a husband invites his wife to his bed and she refuses, the angels keep cursing her the whole of the remaining night.”

Calling upon the women to realize their duty of obedience to their husbands, the Promised Messiah (a.s.) once said, “For the woman it is imperative that she should obey her husband

A very important duty of women is prescribed by the Holy Quran in the following verse:

And stay in your houses with dignity.” (33, 43)…

This verse, therefore, calls upon the Muslim women to restrain their activities to their homes and not to go outside without a valid reason

The above Quranic injunction demands that women should mostly confine themselves to their houses…

It is wrong to conclude from the above sayings that the woman is totally barred from stepping out of the house.

Nevertheless, it is incorrect to hold that it is a part of a woman’s duty to go out and earn her own living by working in offices and factories. The true sphere of her activities is certainly her house…

Thus it is the mans responsibility to provide the necessities of life for his family and children, for if the woman is engaged in earning the daily bread, who will look after the family and the household chores? Who will rear and bring up the children and fashion their character in the proper manner?”

Another book at Toronto’s Dundas Square legalizes wife beating under certain conditions



Muslim Dawah (outreach, “call to Islam”) activists distribute for free at Toronto’s Dundas Square copies of the Quran, the holy book for Muslims, accompanied with a modern interpretation of its verses.

CIJnews has recently obtained a copy of this book, which legalizes “light” wife beating as a last resort to prevent breakup of the family and explains that the beating “must not be severe or damaging and that the face be avoided.”

The following is a excerpt from the book:

Quran, Surah (Chapter) 4 – Al-Nisa’ (The Women), Verse 34:

Men are in charge of women (182) by [right of] what Allah has given one over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband’s] absence what Allah would have them guard. (183) But those [wives] from whom you fear

arrogance (184) – [first] advise them; [then if they persist], forsake them in bed; and [finally], strike them [lightly]. (185) But if they obey you [once more], seek no means against them. Indeed, Allah is ever Exalted and Grand.”


182 – This applies primarily to the husband-wife relationship.

183 – i.e., their husbands’ property and their own chastity.

184 – i.e., major rebellion or refusal of basic religious obligations.

185 – This final disciplinary measure is more psychological than psychical. It may be resorted to only after failure of the first two measures and when it is expected to amend the situation and prevent family breakup; otherwise, it is not acceptable. The Prophet PBUH (who never struck a woman or a servant) additionally stipulated that it must not be severe or damaging and that the face be avoided.”


Free Islamic literature in Toronto introduces the “true Islam” to non-Muslims

Muslim Dawah (outreach, “call to Islam”) activists at Toronto’s Dundas Square, those affiliated with The Walk-In Islamic InfoCenter (WIIC), distributed during recent years a variety of Islamic literature.

The following are the highlights of some of Islamic books/booklets which were obtained by CIJnews:

  • Homosexuality is a major sin

  • Liberated’ Western women… are trapped in a form of slavery
  • Polygamy is permitted in certain conditions

  • Wife must obey the “commands” of her husband

  • Wife beating is permissible in certain conditions (“Submissive or subdued women… may even enjoy being beaten”)

  • Muslims have a duty to spread the message of Islam in society

  • Prayers to Allah to give Muslims victory over the disbelievers
  • Non-Muslims of an Islamic State have to pay the jizya (poll-tax) tax
  • Punishment of flogging for public intoxication and traffickers

  • Punishment of stoning to death for married adulterers

  • Punishments of amputation (hand and leg), crucifixion and execution in serious crimes
  • Punishment of cutting off the hand for the thief

  • Punishment of execution for apostates
  • Possession of slaves is permissible in certain conditions.

To read snippets from the aforementioned books click HERE.

Status of woman in Islam – The Canadian perspective (click HERE)

President apologizes for misspelling ‘Thailand’


President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday apologized for misspelling Thailand when she paid homage to the country’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who passed away on Oct. 13.

At a makeshift memorial at the Thailand Trade and Economic Office in Taipei, Tsai expressed her condolences on the king’s death in writing in English in a book of condolences, but left out the letter “h” from the country’s name.

“On behalf of the people of the Republic of China (Taiwan), I hereby extend my most profound condolences to the Royal family and the people of Tailand for their loss of a great leader, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej,” she wrote.

Tsai apologized to Thailand’s office for the misspelling, and the Thai side expressed its understanding and again thanked President Tsai and Taiwan for their concern for the Thai people, the Presidential Office said.

It also denied media reports that Tsai will lead a delegation to Thailand to attend the memorial service for the king.

“Such a report does not conform to the truth. We have made no such plans,” the Presidential office said in a statement.

Foreign Minister David Lee said, meanwhile, that Tsai’s misspelling was by no means intentional.

When Lee was first asked about Tsai’s misstep while attending a forum, he seemed surprised and said “that can’t be right.” Once he realized what happened, he tried to defend Tsai by saying, “I think people are asking too much (of her).”

He said he has made similar mistakes, and they were not intentional.

He also dismissed reports that Tsai had originally wanted to travel to Thailand to pay her respects to the late king but scrapped the plan because Taiwan and Thailand do not have diplomatic ties.

“In fact, we didn’t have such a plan,” Lee said.