Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) Hate2Healing Campaign: Watch Blossom Noor Fadel's Story OnlineWritten by Canadian Council of Muslim Women
Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW)’s #Hate2Healing campaign includes a powerful video which captures this trauma of online hate in the story of Noor, a young woman in Canada whose experience with online hate should cause us all to feel the need to act.
"If you google my name you’ll see many articles. The headlines, the articles, the posts, the comments. Although it’s been three years everything on social media is still there. I thought the worst part was the attack itself when on December 4 2017 I was on my way home from work and was taking the skytrain in Vancouver. A man on the train began to verbally assault me telling me he was going to kill me and all muslims. He then tried to sexually assault me and grab my head towards his crotch as he aggressively told me to “Choke on it” the train was packed and no one was responding or saying anything...."
Watch the video as Noor Fadel discusses the Islamophobic attack on the the Skytrain, the aftermath, and your healing journey. (It may take a few moments for the video to load from YouTube)