Brampton, Ontario: Wali ul Asr Elementary School student praises Ayatollah Khomeini and Hassan Nasrallah


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GTA Muslim School Girl Praises Hezbollah Leader’s Defeat Of Zionist Regime In Madrassah Speech Competition

In 2010 the Wali ul Asr school, located in Brampton Ontario, staged a speech competition among its elementary school students.

Wali ul Asr is affiliated with the Shia sect of Islam. From it’s web site:

“Wali ul Asr School is a federally registered non-profit organization dedicated to developing the next generation of Muslim leaders who will support our Imam’s cause. The school strongly believes that Muslim children and youth can integrate into society as ambassadors of their faith and become leaders rather than followers who become merged and lost.”

In this clip the young lady opens by denigrating Western society in a discussion on the need to wear the hijab. She concludes with praise for the Ayatollah Khomeini and Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the banned terrorist group Hezbollah. Her praise for Nasrallah focuses on his defeat of the “Zionist Regime”

Gee Wali, we don’t need this type of integration. OK? The clip is located in the school’s picasa web album, here.

Wali ul Asr Elementary School (
Speech Competition 2010


CIR note

School’s uniform policy is  the Islamic dress code  

Uniform Policy

Shirts Plain long sleeved white shirt with school logo. Must be tucked in at all times for boys.
Vests or Blazers (Boys) Green sleeveless vest or green long sleeved blazer with school logo. Must be worn over the school shirt.
Tunics (Girls) Green sleeveless tunic with school logo must be worn over the school shirt.
Hijab (Girls) Plain white two-piece hijab.
Jackets Plain black or dark green jackets or sweaters are allowed. Hoodies or jackets with logos, brands or images are not allowed. Tunics, vests, blazers, or gym shirts must still be worn underneath.
Undershirts Must be plain white with no writing, slogans or colours.
Pants Grey dress pants must be worn. Casual grey pants or jeans are not allowed.
Shoes All-black dress shoes only, with plain black or white socks. Shoes must be made of leather or leather-like material and they cannot have logos or other colours. Sneakers, sandals, slippers, heels or any kind of casual shoe are not allowed. Black boots can be worn outdoors when there is rain or snow.
Gym Long sleeved white collared t-shirt with school logo will be worn with green track pants. Sport shoes with regular colour tones may be worn on gym days for JK to grade 8 and only during gym periods for grade 9.
During Winter Depending on the weather conditions during winter, students should bring gloves, scarves, snow boots, and winter coats.

The overall appearance of Wali ul Asr students must be clean and respectful.

On non-uniform days, students are allowed to wear clothing of their choice keeping in mind that they must still abide by the Islamic dress code.

If a student is found not abiding by the uniform policy then the office will contact the parents and a consequence may be assigned. Students must be in full uniform before they are allowed to attend classes. A student who is knowingly out of uniform for specific reasons is expected to inform the office or homeroom teacher before the start of the day to rectify the situation. Students who violate the uniform policy on a regular basis may be sent home and receive suspensions for subsequent violations.











Wali ul Asr is affiliated with the Shia sect of Islam. From it’s web site:

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