Shabnam Assadollahi is a veteran human rights advocate who has worked extensively helping newcomers and refugees resettle in Canada and has distinguished herself as a broadcaster, writer and public speaker. While her primary and heartfelt interest focuses on the Iranian community and world events affecting women and minority communities in the land of her birth – she also advocates for the emancipation of women and minority religious communities worldwide. A resident of Ottawa she is active in community affairs including cultural, educational and humanitarian activities. Shabnam was born as a Muslim but converted to Christian in early 20s.
The Honorable Senators: Since the Senate Committee represented by the members this e-mail is presently addressed to will be reviewing possible sanctions on the terrorist Islamic Republic of Iran and the Iranian Canadian Congress, a lobby NGO based in Toronto, Ontario has been vigorously advocating for the Islamic Republic of Iran where they represent a very small number of Iranians ...
The Honourable Ministers, Yasir Naqvi, Ralph Goodale, Stephane Dion, and Harjit Sajjan, I implore you and everyone in your Governments to carefully listen to the entire webinar by the Medina (Saudi) born and trained Clergy and Islamic marriage Counsellor who was appointed by your Toronto Police in October.
I was just 13 when the Islamic Republic of Iran was established by the human rights violator, anti Jewish, anti-semite, anti-Christian, dictator Ayatollah Khomeini which was only made possible with the help of the Western powers.
For the second consecutive year, Liberal MP Mark Holland (Ajax, ON) is fasting the month of Ramadan. In a statement in Parliament on June 3, 2016, Holland said that by fasting he supports a charity called Give 30. The moneys people save from fasting are given to the needy.
The Islamic Republic is a state sponsor of terrorism—That’s why Canada shut down the Iranian embassy in Ottawa in September 2012 . However, I would like to take this opportunity to draw your attention to some of the more-particularly inhuman and nefarious activities of the Iranian regime.
The Honorable Mayor, Jim Watson, I hope you will take the time to listen to my concerns about “Ottawa Hijab Day” scheduled in Ottawa, Feb 25th, 2016 and that you will give serious consideration to my request outlined below.