A zoo in Quebec, Canada, is taking a stand against hate after a video of Muslim visitors praying was shared on Facebook, sparking a wave of "hate and racist comments" online.
It began on Sunday, when a group from the Muslim Association of Canada who were visiting the zoo took a break to pray in a public outdoor space. Another visitor saw them praying, and decided to post a video and whiney Facebook post, which she has since deleted (good call, sis, but next time don't post it at all). But you can watch it here:
"I find it inappropriate that at Parc Safari on a Sunday afternoon we hear prayers on a speaker," she wrote, translated from French. "Can you just do this in your living room and not impose it on me, please!"