This woman asked Trudeau about Islamophobia. Then the online hate began - 2019-04-18

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F0.png This woman asked Trudeau about Islamophobia. Then the online hate began April 18, 2019, Melanie Green, The Spec

Rubab Qureshi stood in the House of Commons this month and asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau how Canada plans to combat the rise of white nationalism and Islamophobia. That is, beyond words of condemnation.

Qureshi was taking part in Daughters of the Vote, an event meant to encourage young women to become more politically active. A video of the April 3 exchange went viral almost immediately.

By the time the 20-year-old hijab-wearing student landed home in Edmonton the next night, her phone was flooded with social-media notifications.

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{{cite news | first = Melanie | last = Green | title = This woman asked Trudeau about Islamophobia. Then the online hate began | url = https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9290986-this-woman-asked-trudeau-about-islamophobia-then-the-online-hate-began/ | work = The Spec | date = April 18, 2019 | accessdate = April 27, 2019 }}