University Investigates Islamic Student for ‘White Fragility’ Remark

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Screenshot via CBC Comedy / YoutubrProving once again that leftists who undermine protections for free expression on campus are planting the seeds of their own destruction, an Islamic student at a Canadian university will be investigated for making a remark about “white fragility” that a white male student found insulting.

Masuma Khan is an activist and student government leader at Dalhousie University. Recently, the student government declined to endorse Canada Day due to the country’s legacy of colonialism—something no Canadian should be proud of, according to Khan.

“Be proud of this country? For what, over 400 years of genocide?” she wrote in a social media post, according to CTV News. “I stand by the motion I put forward. I stand by Indigenous students.”

She also criticized the “white fragility” of conservative students who wanted Canada Day to be celebrated.

In response, Michael Smith, a graduate student at Dalhousie, “lodged an

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