Alcohol and Crime: ‘It’s my f—ing province’: Video shows heated exchange between man, Muslim family at Toronto ferry terminal

A video appearing to show a white man engaged in a heated exchange with a Muslim man and his family at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal in Toronto is sparking outrage on social media.

Toronto police confirmed to Global News on Wednesday the incident took place Monday. They said officers responded to a call about an assault at the terminal around 6:30 p.m.

The encounter, which has received over 88,000 views on Facebook, begins as a man with blonde hair, wearing what appears to a burgundy Hawaiian shirt, walking towards another man and his family.

The exchange appears to start as a man with a beard makes a statement about the other man’s breath as they come face-to-face.

“Wow. Your breathe smells like alcohol,” he said.

The man in the Hawaiian shirt responds back with expletives.

“I don’t give a f—. You don’t tell me what to do in my province,” he said. “You don’t ask me a f—— question.  It’s my f—— province.”


‘It’s my f—ing province’: Video shows heated exchange between man, Muslim family at Toronto ferry terminal

Ontario Imam says apostates to be executed by The Islamic State


Sheharyar-ShaikhSheharyar Shaikh

Sheharyar Shaikh serves since 2015 as the Imam of the Islamic Society of Kingston, Ontario. He served as the President of North American Muslim Foundation and the Imam of Masjid Qurtabah in Scarborough, Ont. In recent years, he also took part in Dawah (introducing Islam to disbelievers) with activists affiliated with the Islamic booth at Toronto’s Dundas Square.

In 2013 Sheharyar Shaikh delivered a sermon entitled “There Is No Compulsion In Islam”. The following are  excerpts from a sermon which was delivered in English in 2013 (29:47-31:46):

There is an extensive topic on compulsion in religion (اكراه في الدين). I especially want to look at one aspect – the punishment for apostasy.

When a person in an Islamic State apostasies, leaves religion, let Allah be a witness that I am telling the truth, that the punishment for apostasy is death.

Anybody telling you anything else

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