Muslim migrant Canada Revenue Agency employee fired for glorifying jihad terror


A federal labour board has upheld the 2015 firing of a Canada Revenue Agency employee who worked next to the Calgary airport and wrote frequent Twitter and Facebook posts that "appeared to glorify the Boston Marathon terror bombing, celebrate the deaths of NATO military personnel, and cheer the downing of aircraft." Of course, he claimed protected victim status. It's a tested and successful playbook, but oddly enough, this time it failed.

But the adjudicator rejected A.B.'s argument that he had been discriminated against, ruling the CRA had acted reasonably.

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