A Muslim woman in a hijab, accompanied by her son, was hit and spat on by an apparent maniac wearing a Canada t-shirt at a supermarket in London, Ontario. Politicians and journalists eagerly hyped the alleged hate crime. But they didn’t tell the whole story:
When police in London identified and charged the suspect, they only charged her with common assault—not anything “hate” motivated.
More curiously, they refused to name her, which is a stark departure from their usual practices, through which the names of anyone charged are released to the media. Even when asked by media outlets, police were tight-lipped.
Not one news article appeared mentioning the name of the accused, nor did anyone cover the details of her first appearance in court. One detail in particular.
The accused assailant’s name is Sheila Shaidae. Here is the curiously omitted detail:
When she appeared in court, she had a Farsi interpreter.
That means Shaidae is almost certainly from Iran, the population of which is nearly 100% Muslim.
That’s a horse of a different color, even if Shaidae is one of the extremely rare Iranians who isn’t Muslim herself. So after screeching about hate crimes and put-upon Muslims, the “mainstream” media appears to have lost interest in the case, leaving Rebel Media’s Andrew Lawton to expend the shoe leather on follow-up:
As the video shows, her name is spelled alternately as Shaidae and Shaidaie on official documents.
However Sheila spells her name, she’s not the hoaxer; the Islamophilic agenda-driven Canadian governmedia is, for encouraging false assumptions and not making any discernible effort to present the public with the truth. Let’s list this case on the Hate Hoax List as the London, Ontario Islamic Shopper.
On a tip from Steve A.