Cabinet’s $191,000-a year “inclusion” advisor has avoided public events since October 7 attacks on Israel by Hamas terrorists. Amira Elghawaby, Special Representative on Combatting Islamophobia, wrote in 2021 Toronto Star columns that MPs should “call out Israel’s actions, not only Hamas’ rockets” and dismissed Canadian history as “Judeo-Christian storytelling.”

Elghawaby in her last public statement observed October as Islamic History Month, “the perfect opportunity to learn about Muslim communities.” Elghawaby had no comment on terrorist attacks and made no public appearances in 10 days.

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