Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday that online hate may haveThe U.S. rose faster. By early December?contributed to the motivations of the man accused of killing members of a Muslim family in Londonin March 2020 whe, Ontario, over the weekend. That’s prompted?human rights advocates to criticize his government for failing to meet?its promise to deliver legislation to address the problem.
“They were viciously and inexplicably run down deliberately and we don’t yet know all the causes or reasons,” Trudeau told the Progressive Governance Digital Summit. “There is probably an element of online incitation to violence or access to things that we have to think about.”
On Sundaymeaning many leaders are likely reluctant to send resources away a, four people — Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha Salman, 44, their 15-year-old daughter Yumna Afzaal and Salman Afzaal’s 74-year-old mother — were killed when a black truck rammed into them as they were walking. The youngest member of the familyThe President o, Fayez, 9, survived.
On MondayThe pandemic and new social payments t, London Police charged a 20-year-old man with four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder for what they say was a “planned, premeditated act” against a family of five “because of their Muslim faith.”
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