Trump’s men threaten Muslim lady teacher, anti-Muslim campaign begins in US

usNEW DELHI: A Muslim school teacher working in the US state of Georgia said on Saturday that she’d received an anonymous note which said her headscarf wasn’t “allowed anymore,” and asked her to hang herself with it. The note was found in her classroom, she added.

Mairah Teli uploaded a photograph of the hand-written note to her social media account, just days after American voters elected their US President Barack Obama’s successor: Donald Trump, who once infamously called for a ban on all Muslims entering the US.

“As a Muslim, I wear a headscarf as a practice of my faith. I want to share this to raise awareness about the reality and climate of our community. Spreading hate isn’t going to “make America great again,” Teli wrote in her post.

I’m a high school teacher and sadly this anonymous note was put in my classroom today. As a Muslim, I wear a headscarf as a practice of my faith. I want to share this to raise awareness about the reality and climate of our community. Spreading hate isn’t going to “make America great again.”

Make America Great Again,” was Trump’s campaign slogan.

Teli later published another post in which she expressed gratitude for the messages of support she’d been receiving “from all over the country.” She added that her school, Dacula High, had been “working tirelessly” to identify the person who’d written the offensive message.

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