Ensaf Haidar, the spouse of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi has asked for the Ontario head Doug Passage to boycott ‘burqa’ out in the open spots.
Haidar took to her Twitter handle and said that, “As another Canadian, I ask Ontario Head Mr. @FordNation to take after Quebec’s and criminal the Burqa/Niqab from schools, banks, doctor’s facilities, open transportation and all govt workplaces and administrations #BanTheBurqa #cndpoli,” she Tweeted.
As a new Canadian, I urge Ontario Premier Mr. @FordNation to follow Quebec’s and outlaw the Burqa/Niqab from schools, banks, hospitals, public transportation & all govt offices and services. #BanTheBurqa #cndpoli pic.twitter.com/FbXo4cf4R9
— Raif Badawi ⚜️🍁 (@raif_badawi) July 1, 2018
Haidar, alongside her three youngsters turned into a Canadian native on Canada Day.
They fled from Saudi Arabia and took shelter in Canada in 2015, three years after Badawi was captured and accused of “offending Islam through electronic channels.
Badawi ran a site, Free Saudi Liberals, which distributed substance disparaging of powerful religious ministers.
He was granted seven years in jail and 600 lashes.
Afterward, Badawi sentence was raised to 10 years, 1000 lashes and a money related fine.