Muslim boy denied home stay in Japan

The audacity of these Muselmaniacs is breathtaking. Since when are Muslim headbangers entitled to  accommodation in a Japanese family?  To hell with their outrageous demands!

NZ Herald

The Human Rights Commission has weighed in on the case of a Dunedin boy rejected for an exchange trip to Japan because he is Muslim.

Sharif Steel, 15, had hoped to spend a year in Japan staying with a host family but his application was rejected due to his religious beliefs, Stuff reported earlier today.

After applying, Sharif received an email from the exchange organisation World Youth Services saying their Japanese counterparts had “a few questions about you being a Muslim.

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Sharif was told the problem stemmed from the fact that he did not eat pork, because “basically every Japanese family eats pork.”

The boy offered to pick pork out of his meals, but the organisation’s decision not accept his application remained the same, Stuff said.

Sharif’s family later learned the real problem was his application coincided with the capture and beheading of two Japanese nationals by Islamic State.

Richard Ellis, of World Youth Services, said the challenge was nothing to do with the boy.

“The fact was they were unable to find a Japanese family to host a Muslim.”

Sharif told Stuff he had blamed himself for not being accepted, and was even more upset when he learned the real reason behind the decision.

Sharif’s mother, Azizah, said the decision made her feel sick.

“I told him don’t you ever feel ashamed that you are Muslim.”

The Human Rights Commission encouraged the New Zealand student exchange organisation to contact their Japanese counterparts and work towards resolving an incident.

“We’ve been in touch with the organisers of this student exchange programme and encouraged them to engage with their counterparts in Japan to address the problems that have arisen,” said Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy.

“We also encouraged them to work with Sharif and his family to resolve this incident.

“Student exchanges are primarily about intercultural education and a key part of intercultural relations is to keep talking and to sort things out.”

Religious discrimination in New Zealand is unlawful under the Human Rights Act.


3 thoughts on “Muslim boy denied home stay in Japan”

  1. and … the anti islams “backlash” grOWS !!!
    sanity is at last prevailing !

  2. Good on the Japanese. This boy wasted his time studying the language whilst failing to learn that politeness is part of the culture. What kind of person goes to someone elses place and says ” I don’t eat this , I don’t eat that….. bla , bla , bla.. ? ”
    It seems every other week Susan Devoid is speaking up on behalf of some whining muslim in NZ. She is fast becoming a joke. A grossly overpaid one of course.

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