An Ottawa businessman and parental rights activist, Kamel El-Cheikh, is taking a stand against what he sees as Canada’s attempt to indoctrinate students with radical ideologies without the knowledge or consent of parents. El-Cheikh has been organizing protests with hundreds of Muslims and Christians to condemn the promotion of changing gender pronouns and the inclusion of pornographic literature in schools. He plans to hold a ‘Million Person March’ on September 20 as a response to what he calls “radical gender ideology” and Pride celebrations in schools.
El-Cheikh believes that the education system in Canada is targeting Muslim children with LGBTQ ideology without considering their religious beliefs. He revealed photographs of school pamphlets that specifically target Muslim children with LGBTQ messaging, including one that asks whether someone can still be Muslim if they identify as queer. El-Cheikh considers this suggestion to be “blasphemy,” and he criticizes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for pressuring Muslims to accept LGBTQ ideology. He sees Trudeau’s actions as imposing a “fatwa,” or an edict on faith and morals.
El-Cheikh also strongly opposes Trudeau’s characterization of Muslims who protest against gender ideology and Pride as “useful idiots” for the “American right wing.” He argues that Muslims have their own religious wisdom and do not need Trudeau to tell them what is right or wrong. In fact, El-Cheikh mocks Trudeau as “the best actor” Canada has ever had as prime minister and suggests giving him an Oscar.
On June 13, El-Cheikh called for unity among Muslims, Christians, and people of all faiths to protect their children from the government’s influence. He highlights the diverse makeup of Canada and believes that celebrating this diversity should not come at the expense of indoctrinating children with ideologies that may conflict with their religious beliefs. El-Cheikh emphasizes the importance of focusing on traditional subjects such as math and sciences in schools rather than prioritizing Pride celebrations.
El-Cheikh believes that the current emphasis on Pride in Canada goes beyond what the country should represent. While he acknowledges that LGBTQ Canadians are still Canadians, he argues that they should not receive preferential treatment or have an agenda that goes against what he considers Canadian values. He questions how minors can consent to sexual indoctrination, exploitation, and genital mutilation when they are not even able to take care of basic tasks like eating their lunch or going to bed on time.
El-Cheikh states that Trudeau’s actions have only strengthened opposition to his government. A recent poll shows that the prime minister’s standing among immigrant communities has decreased, with 43% leaning conservative in the next federal election. Despite facing opposition, El-Cheikh remains determined and promises that Muslims will be relentless in their protests on September 20.
It is worth noting that El-Cheikh’s Twitter account was suspended after a complaint and immediate ruling that he violated the platform’s “hateful conduct rule.” However, he continues his activism and encourages others to join him in protecting the rights and values of Canadian families.
To voice their concerns, El-Cheikh encourages Canadians to email the Ministers of Education of Canada’s provinces and territories, demanding their intervention to protect children from what he considers radical woke ideology, sexualization, and grooming. Contact information and donation options are provided for those who wish to support the cause.