A group of Muslims gathered outside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office to protest the LGBTQ indoctrination and the addition of Progress Pride flags on government buildings. Canadian flags could be seen at other entrances.
In a video posted on Twitter by Dacey Media, protesters chanted, "Leave our kids alone" and "The Flag has to go" while pointing to the Progress Pride flag on the side of the building.
"We need the Canadian flag up there," one man says to the crowd pointing to a flag on the side of the building. "This is the Prime Minister of Canada, it should only be the Canadian flag."
Another man shouted, "Leave the Canadian flag alone!" The rest of the crowd began to chant, "No more silence!"
On June 16, Christians and Muslims came together in Calgary to protest the gender ideology being taught in schools. One man said, "We stand together, as a Canadian people as a Muslim and a Christian, to protect our children." Another man added, "From that" as he pointed to a group of LGBTQ activists across the street.
On June 9, Chris Elston, also known as Billboard Chris, joined an interfaith coalition in Ottawa to protest LGBTQ content promoted in schools.
"Everyone on our side of this has been too afraid to speak up, but those days are over," he told The Post Millennial's Beth Baisch. "People are learning about this, they're learning how to speak about this, and we're never gonna be quiet again."
People of the Muslim faith have also begun to speak out in the United States. Earlier this month, an all-Muslim city council in Hamtramck, Michigan, voted to ban Pride flags from being flown on public property as parents in Montgomery County, Maryland, protested their school board to be able to opt their children out of LGBTQ teachings.
In October, Muslim Parents in Dearborn, Michigan, fought their school boards to keep explicit books out of their children's libraries.
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