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A spokesman for the board said it was aware of concerns raised by a community member about public postings on a Facebook page under the name Ghada Sadaka.


“As I was on Facebook I stumbled upon a principal’s page who had some Islamophobic posts,” said the woman in an email sent to the YRDSB director and obtained by the Star.She claimed that “it is obvious” the person putting up the posts “has a dislike towards Muslims.“I appreciate your questions, but for any further information you will have to go through the board office,” she said.The community member, who asked not to be identified for fear of repercussions, said she felt the Facebook posts were “blatantly spreading hate.” The posts, some dating back to early 2015, were removed last week after the Star contacted the school board.

In 2015, a Richmond Hill high school teacher, Michael Marshall, was fired after a 10-week investigation found he had posted tweets online that were considered to be Islamophobic and racist.

The Star has also written previously about how concerns with racism within the board have gone unresolved.


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