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Letters and cards with messages of solidarity, love and hope that Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec received from all across Canada after last year's shooting. 🇨🇦❤️
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Des centaines de donateurs ont donné plus de 400 000 $ à l'une des victimes de l'attentat de Québec. Aymen Derbali pourra finalement s'acheter une maison adaptée à son état physique.
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c'est incroyable, fier Québécois ❤️❤️

This is amazing, proud quebec ❤️❤️
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Aymen Derbali's online campaign is now officially closed. $416,335 raised in 52 days by 4800 supporters. About 3765 donors are fellow Canadians 🇨🇦, from which 1004 are Quebeckers. INCREDIBLE! AMAZING! ALHUMDULLIAH!
#RememberJan29 #AymenDerbali #solidarity #UnitedForAymen

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Alhamdulillah! Thank you, Dawanet, a Canadian-Muslim non-profit community organization, that successfully concluded this fundraising campaign to help Aymen Derbali buy a wheelchair accessible home.

The crowdfunding campaign launched to help one of the survivors of the Quebec City mosque shooting has surpassed its $400,000 goal. The money raised will help Aymen Derbali, now paraplegic, buy a new house adapted to his needs.
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"A year after the Quebec mosque massacre, mainstream media outlets and state counterterrorism publications continue to propagate the misperception that Muslims are the primary source of terror in Canada, rather than some of the primary victims." - Azeezah Kanji

A year after the Quebec mosque massacre, mainstream media outlets and state counterterrorism publications continue to propagate the misperception that Muslims are the primary source of terror in Canada, rather than some of the primary victims.
thestar.com

“We had to delete a significant number of hateful and violent comments. Have we come to this point in Quebec?”

While the anniversary prompted an outpouring of sympathy from many, it was tempered by defensiveness if not outright hostility from others
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"We came to Quebec with dreams, and for our children's future," Ms. Thabti, a native of Tunisia, said in an interview. "This tragedy destroyed everything." #QuebecMosqueShooting #RememberJan29

Canadians know the six men as victims. Their spouses knew them as husbands and fathers who picked up groceries on their way home, cracked jokes at the dinner table and held their small children in their arms before bed.
theglobeandmail.com

While it’s justified to resist the portrayal of all of Quebec as xenophobic and racist, should it stop us from calling a spade a spade?

While it’s justified to resist the portrayal of all of Quebec as xenophobic and racist, should it stop us from calling a spade a spade?
montrealgazette.com

“I am happy they sent the letter and salute their courage,”

Members of Quebec's Muslim community said Wednesday they welcomed the first public statements by the parents of a man accused of shooting dead six men in a mosque last January.
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“The immense pain and suffering imposed on innocent victims and their families by this inexcusable act remains, to this day, completely inexplicable,” the parents wrote. “So many lives were needlessly destroyed.”

In a statement to Radio-Canada, Alexandre Bissonnette's parents wrote that they have been living with 'pain and fear,' and both they and their accused son have been subject to death threats
theglobeandmail.com

These are all supporting messages that CCIQ received after last year's shooting at Mosque.

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Sometimes shaking, sometimes low, the voices could barely break through the silence. Only the prayers calling for peace were able to pierce through.

Sometimes shaking, sometimes low, the voices could barely break through the silence. Only the prayers calling for peace were able to pierce through.
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“We owe it to (the victims) to speak up and stand tall and explicitly against Islamophobia and discrimination in all its forms,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. #QuebecMosqueShooting #RememberJan29

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Islamophobia and racism are to blame for the murders of six men in a Quebec mosque last year and can never have a place in this country. Trudeau made the assertio…
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Montrealers from all faiths and backgrounds took part in a ceremony Monday afternoon to commemorate the anniversary of the Jan. 29 shooting rampage in Quebec City. #QuebecMosqueShooting #RememberJan29

Montrealers from all faiths and backgrounds took part in a ceremony Monday afternoon to commemorate the anniversary of the Jan. 29 shooting rampage in Quebec City.
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Le Téléjournal 18 h was live.

[À REVOIR] Voyez l'émission spéciale du Téléjournal sur l'attentat de Québec, un an plus tard, avec Patrice Roy.

Exactly why Trudeau isn’t doing the same with Quebec’s law regarding face coverings, despite his well-worn empathy, boils down to a nakedly political calculation.

Justin Trudeau cares deeply. Feeling your pain, and channeling your optimism, is largely the reason behind his rise to power. By now, his perfectly staged empathy, delivered as soliloquy, is the stuff of rote, as is the ensuing hug or occasional tear. Women, Indigenous people, the poor, the middle c...
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