School Official Labeled Book By ISIS Sex Trafficking Survivor Islamophobic

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Canada’s largest school board purportedly banned students from attending a book club event with Nadia Murad, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who miraculously survived being kidnapped and forced into sex slavery by the Islamic State. Helen Fisher, the superintendent at the Toronto District School Board, said Murad’s book would offend students and foster Islamophobia. Book club coordinator, Tanya Lee wrote Fisher clarifying what Islamic State means. She said, “It is a terrorist organisation. It has nothing to do with ordinary Muslims. The TDSB should be aware of the difference.”