Watch Out! Journalists Around the Globe Are In Extreme Danger

Around a year ago, I had an odd dream; and, I told myself that I will investigate this slowly. I went slowly because the guy I dreamt about was and is still alive and well. Before I narrate this dream to you, I must comment that I had dreams of protests, bloodshed, and war zones (specifically Iraq and Afghanistan) before. These dreams are warnings of events that are actually taking place or will take place in the future; and, they do bother me during sleep and while I am awake. I have seen a real angel, Angel of Death, in my sleep a couple of times. This is how I can have dreams of death. I have a female relative as well as a female friend who demonstrated the same ability, which is how I know that my mind isn’t just spooking out and giving me nightmares. This is what I saw:

I was watching some famous American journalists mingle with the rest at a protest in America. Suddenly, there was some sort of chaos that erupted, the source of which I did not fully catch. I remember that I felt that some people, maybe it was the cops, were using guns to injure journalists. I was hiding somewhere; and, I peeked at the scene every now and then. Then I screamed in fear as I saw dead body of a well-known American journalist and writer. He was dead; and, he looked very peaceful. I woke up soon after this dream.

I wanted to drop this guy an email about my dream; but, then I kept thinking that I also get dreams that show only some elements of reality. Another fact that daunted me was that I have never met him in real life. Thus, he did not knew anything about my character; and, I did not knew anything about his character. Can I really offer any commentary about my strong telepathic experiences without establishing trust? No! So I started checking his social media regularly; and, I am glad that he is still alive and well. Today, I found the video “Deadly Year for Journalists” on AJ+; and, realized that the rest of the journalists were in danger too. I think that that is what the dream was actually trying to convey.

If you are a journalist or are friends with one or some of them, kindly watch out for them. I feel something bad is going on; and, I am sincerely hoping that people will get to the root of this organized crime soon.

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Marriage Of Princess Jodha With King Akbar: History Tells You That Manner of Conduct Can Confuse People

I have watched the movie “Jodha Akbar” a couple of times simply because that era still fascinates me a bit. Princess Jodha, or Mariam-uz-Zamani, was a Rajput, just like me. She was offered in marriage to King Akbar to protect her father’s kingdom. I don’t like this about some of the Rajput men of that time. Some of them did not knew how to protect their kingdom; and thus many Rajput princesses were offered to Akbar. I believe that Akbar was a very confusing man because he called himself Muslim but had more than 4 wives, which he took through political pressure. Note that 4 wives are allowed to Muslim men but this requires free and aware consent from each woman. The idea behind this ruling is to dodge ball issues like “protecting divorced women” or “having children when the first wife cannot reproduce”. This is why despite this ruling, having a monogamous relationship is preferred given the current state of affairs and how just the man really is.

By marrying many Rajput princesses, King Akbar destroyed his name in history. He did two things that fall under the category of “Abuse and Groom” that lead to “Stockholm Syndrome”. First, he did not let these women play any political role in his court.

Akbar took many Rajput princesses in marriage. The rajas had much to gain from the link to imperial family. Akbar made such marriages respectable for Rajputs.[20] However, it is noteworthy that Akbar’s Rajput wives (including Mariam-uz-Zamani) did not play any political role in the Mughal court. Source: Wikipedia.

Secondly, he allowed the Hindu women to practise Hinduism.

Akbar did not convert any of his Hindu wives to Islam and permitted the Hindu inmates of his harem to perform their rituals in the palace, and even participated in them sometimes. Source: Wikipedia.

This is the usual “Abuse and Groom” phase that can cause “Stockholm Syndrome”.

In contrast, Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) was a very different man who practiced a completely different path. For instance, he married women and gave them status during the times when women and girls used to be buried alive and sold in marriages. Islam gave them the right to have education, job, property, vote, and be politically involved (article 1, article 2). Some text state that Mohammad had polygamous relationships with around 13 wives; only wife Aisha was a virgin woman. Other text suggest that Mohammad did not had polygamous relationships but his marital affairs were monogamous in nature. In addition, Aisha was around 20 years old when she consented to marry Mohammad. Add to this the fact that Mohammad looked and appeared young because he was lucid in nature; I know this from experience because I am lucid too and thus I look younger as well.

So, this debate is over! Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) was a better man than King Akbar. I am going back to finish the rest of my tasks!

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Some Canadian Muslim Men Are Abusing Muslim Women

Note: This is not about the Muslim men; its about men who are too rash and who thus end up participating in systemic oppression of women. I must comment that I edited this post a bit after posting it for the first time. Its just that I wasn’t thinking clearly after this incidence; and, I had to talk to two of my close friend in order to get over this blow. Then, I added some important missing information to this post. As I write this, I am asking myself, “Where are the Forgotten Femmes going to go if men kept pushing me away from workplaces like this? I mean this society isn’t run by women alone.” And, know that I am speaking from experience. I am a survivor of domestic and workplace abuse; that is how I can read into abusers’ moves.

Some Canadian Muslim men—and, some non-Muslim men—are abusing Canadian Muslim women very thoroughly. I say “Canadian Muslim women” and not “some Canadian Muslim women” because hurting one means hurting the rest by collapsing a part of one’s network. Obviously, this also means that they are hurting non-Muslim women as well. For example, a potential employer just asked me out after only one job interview; one brief telephone conversation about work; and, some precise text messages that are not intimate or romantic in nature. I felt hassled because I was partially under his control since he was interested in working with me. I cannot discuss the entire situation here but sometimes he sounded pushy; and, he also asked some questions that don’t quite belong within the context he was pretending to operate. For example, he texted me, “Let me know if you need anything until you get the job”. His questions/comments were designed to cue me to talk further and open up about some of my personal circumstance until he felt cozy about stating what he had to state. This is an example of “control through economic means and male privilege”. See “Power and Control Wheel”. Again, he did this rather quickly and after seeing me only once—unfortunately, I have only some of the text messages saved and no recorded telephone conversation. He vaguely conveyed that he was going to help me quickly if I ended up dating him for a bit. I felt so scared that I ended up thinking back to how two other young Muslim women had told me similar stories about themselves. Those two were gravely misused by some Muslim men and then let go; I was there as a “Buddy” to help both of them. I can’t imagine working next to this man now simply because of what happened or it could be because I felt that he had wrong intentions. I mean who could ask someone out so quickly? Whatever his intention was, I am not comfortable around him any further. I think I will not take the job that he was planning to offer me; and, I had to block his number so now I don’t have any access to any of his connections. I clearly see why a previous Muslim employer coerced me to take a ride with him after inviting me to have lunch with him; and, another Muslim employer asked me to meet him for an interview and portfolio review for around 5 times. I felt forced to comply by their requests. Only the second incidence was formally reported and some action was taken because some official authorities were nearby when this happened. I removed these two men from my network as well; and, I have come to a firm conclusion that I will have to keep breaking contact like this and keep looking for a job until I find some decent people to work with.  Add to this the fact that workplace abuse is becoming more common in Canada, which I now acknowledge as one of the most racist countries in this world; and, you have some crazy answers in front of you. Now, you should be able to gradually see how the victims/survivors cope with abuse; how they attempt to escape; how escape is not always possible or very difficult; and, how it becomes possible to trap, abuse, or rape them again.

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Creating Change

I just completed some through thinking today. I feel that it is time for the next set of steps for me; I had to delay this phase a bit because I was finishing my certificate in Event Management.

Over time, I have realized that I am ready for this. But, my feelings about doing this matured tremendously in one night when I got stuck with a friend in the April 2018 snow storm. I wanted to give her a ride because the streets were freezing quickly. She would have found it difficult to walk that night. But by the time we got to my car, the front, back, and window glasses got covered with frozen ice. I endured some crazy moments feeling agonized about this snow storm; glancing at my friend who was not dressed well for this; desperately cleaning the car with very cold hands; realizing that I could not do this task alone and that I had to shut my car’s engine because there was really less gas left; and, then running around for help. Two guys helped us out; and, only one of them stayed behind for long and scraped the rest of the ice from my car. Both of us ladies got back home safely. I realized that day I could achieve very challenging tasks easily if I were to put my mind to it.

Another thing that helped me mature this idea was a lucid dream. I had this dream when I was just a teenager; every now and then, I used to think about when I would get married and to whom. One day, I had a dream that I actually left at the back of my mind until today. In this dream, I was wearing a white dress and my husband was lying bleeding next to a large pond. He was crying for me; and, I was just staring at him. Today, I realized that this dream means something very important. It means men are going to die if I didn’t know what to do. I had another similar dream yesterday where I asked a voice, “What will happen if I did not help out with Human Rights related issues?” The voice showed me a scene where I saw some well-known Rights Activists being slaughtered like cows. I woke up and realized that both dreams are tying into something much bigger. I must comment that I don’t usually get nightmares; and, that I am very much versed in communicating with some very intelligent dream characters. It is a scientific fact that Dream Characters can solve all sorts of problems and they are never wrong.

I am going to start the project “Next Creatives” by creating blog posts, essays, and summaries of articles about some critical global issues. The ones that I really like are Poverty, Interfaith Dialogue, Women Rights, White Supremacy, Imperialism, Mental Health, and World Peace. So far, I have been reading about these on my own. I plan to create brief plans inside many minds by using a fragmented approach. I also plan to make a great team; and, then hold events to address these issues and connect with like minds. If you feel that you would like to connect with me and help me with these causes, then email me at nextcreatives2018@gmail.com.  Here is the Facebook page for Next Creatives. Make sure to put a relevant subject heading like “Addressing Global Issues”. I look forward to this new phase of my life.

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Ancient Muslims Were Better Rulers

Ancient Muslims were better Muslims than the ones we observe today. Modern rulers including Imperialistic rulers are bent on creating all sorts of gaps under the guise of protection or governance. For example, a lot of money is thrown into building stronger armed forces and intimidating other countries instead of focusing on creating more durable international ties and treaties. Another instance of such oppression is the Rich Poor Gap that exists in many rich countries like Canada. All of this is done in a very clever manner so all the average joes are left singing praises of their countries. For instance, Canada is well-known for harassing citizens by expecting them to earn their wages in an unstable economy and even while having really bad circumstances like aching teeth and no healthy food. Thus, Canada is considered rich but her people are unproductive and unhappy.

I have spent lots of time learning about Islam and the West as well because I started studying at a very young age. However, I can easily state that I still know less because of the nature of my segmented education (most of the time, I study these subjects during spare time only) and the amount of reliable information that is really out there. I think of myself as a young and budding scholar. And, I am not surprised that I can still easily state that ancient Muslims were far better rulers than what we are forced to observe today. For example, when I was a teenager, I learned a story in my Pakistani “Islamic Studies” class. I learned how generous acts are mandatory in Islam and can easily open the gates of Heaven.  I was so happy to learn that the Muslim Rulers inlcuding Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) and several of his close companions used to distribute their wealth after they would bring their trade processions to their homeland. This wealth was routinely distributed in the marketplace by the rulers themselves; this way, the people could access the minds and wealth of their rulers and influence their decisions. Most of the rulers would go back home with sufficient and very less money, which they needed to help their family members.

I used to feel very awed by this example because I had not seen in real life simply; this is because the rulers of my world are very greedy people. For many years, like more than 20 years, I held onto this thought because I needed to know why they did this. After reading and researching many concepts and ideas over time, I understood something vital. These Muslim traders including Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) were fitter than the rest of the population. Other people could not have been that successful in bringing thousands and thousands of camels that are loaded with real gold and valuables. So to manintain fairness and equality, i.e. to protect people who have slightly different IQ than theirs, they used to give away their wealth. Thus, their people slowly became more productive and loving in nature; and, that is how Islam became a popular religion and still is because it does not believe in the survival of the fittest. Rather, it points to the mental and physical abilities as critical definition of the humans that can still flourish really well in a healthy environment created by those who are able to do so.

Saying all this, I must comment that I can still point to some Muslims who can be considered great leaders although they are filtering information from this current world. For instance, the Army Battallion Captain who taught me a bit of the Army curriculum when I was a teenager (First Aid, Marching, Running, and Shooting), treated me like his own child. He was loving and protective of me; and, he used to make sure that I would get my rest whenever I would ask for it. His manner of speech was like that of a real mother, which is why I found it easy to intimidate him with phrases like, “If I want to, I won’t listen to you at all.” He used to laugh at all the queer stuff I could come up with because he found me funny. I studied under his supervision for around a year; and, I found it interesting to notice that he was so nice and humble despite having so many rewards and despite being able to intimidate his peers with his intelligence, strategical thinking, expertise, and emtions. So he grew me really well and taught me about choosing things properly and slowly. I feel that his manner of conduct made him a great leader although he is still nowhere near the amazing ancient examples I have studied. I think this is because those examples are from a time when information was processed differently due to circumstances.

Lastly, I must point out that the quest for power destroys the mind.  But, those of us who are reacting better when they feel loved and protective have better minds because these minds are versed in interdependence, which is a vital element of the emotion Love. Ancient Muslim Rulers had this too; and, it showed in form of covenants that are designed to protect the Christians are anyone else who chose to live in the Islamic countries.

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How God Showed me that Canada’s Economy is Slowly Collapsing

God has played a great role in making me who I am today. God brought two incidences in my life that clearly showed me that something was going wrong in Canada.

Incidence 1: Around 14 years ago, I met my ex-fiance who was a Belgian Muslim. We spent a lot of time talking to each other; and, during one of our conversations, he said that you are paying lots of money to get educated. He said that that is how you are going to have trouble moving forward. Lastly, he added that he has paid almost nothing to get an undergraduate education and then a post-graduate Plumbing certificate. He wanted to start his own business, which he must have done so by now.

Incidence 2: Around 11 years ago, I met a gentleman who had some experience working in the Middle East. He said that the housing schemes in the Middle East are way savvy and better than what we have seen in Canada. I tallied this comment with one of my childhood experiences. I remember visiting a servant’s house in Pakistan; and, I clearly recall feeling stunned in terms of how large the house was. Multiple families lived in that house so it was easy for them to pay the property tax. The house was theirs to keep; and, they said it was very easy to let their family members build and improve portions of this house. I have never observed such stability in Canada. People are stuck handling very boring and lengthy mortgage schemes.

In July 27, 2017, the Trumpet published the article “Canada’s Economy on the Verge of Collapse“. Read this article and you will notice that the first two issues that are mentioned here are the ones that I was made aware by the above-mentioned gentlemen.

Don’t feel scared about how I did this again. I am a Lucid Dreamer and a spiritual woman so there are lots of things about me that don’t fall under the “average” category.

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2 out of 3 Canadians: Lack of Sexual Consent, Pornography, and Sex Trafficking

I have volunteered to help out abused women before; I have a history of being physically, verbally, and sexually assaulted; and, this is why I was not surprised when I read online that 2 out of 3 Canadians do not know what sexual consent means.

I wanted to know why they did not knew about this simple task so I goggled it online. According to HuffingtonPost article, “Two Reasons Canadians Are Confused About Sexual Consent”, which is written by Diane Hill, most Canadians don’t know about sexual consent because of Sexism and Silence. This article further states the following:

They still think “real” men should aggressively pursue sex and “good” women should resist (and eventually give in).

Aggressive behaviour (by men or usual offenders) and resistance (by women or usual victims) are characteristics of rape not sex. Again, I am not surprised to read the implication that most Canadians see sex as rape.

The above article misses the role of porn in creating aggressive behaviour. Porn is actually a much loved concept among Canadians, which is hilarious given how shy and reserved most Canadians appear. I find it shocking to see that most Canadians are heading that way while not attempting to learn about the actual fun associated with courting, obtaining sexual consent, and then forming and maintaining a real relationship.

Pornhub receives over 3.7 million unique visitors in Canada per month, which accounts for 10.6% of the country, and that’s just one porn site! So clearly, there’s a bit of underreporting going on when it comes to Canadians denying their own love of porn. Source: “Canadians Love to Pretend They Don’t Watch Porn” by Justin Ling.

Just one porn site, Pornhub, receives 10.6% of the Canadian population. I realize why some men at one of my previous workplaces were talking about porn so openly—obviously, I moved away from that office pretty soon. So what exactly is pornography doing to change sexual behaviour and harm the partner/spouse? According to Brian Mcneill’s article “How pornography influences and harms sexual behaviour” males who watched porn visualized pornographic images during sex on purpose. OK! If you are experiencing porn and not sex during sexual encounters, then how are you going to read your partner well? How are you going to tell that you are hurting your partner or just having fun?

Furthermore, I think that if pornography is twisting men’s behaviour, then it can cause rape really easily. For example, some porn involves intimate acts after listening to just a little bit of conversation that is not always considered romantic. Correct! If you study a rapist up close, you will see that he/she acts the same way.

We found that exposure to pornography increased dart throwing at human faces, which is correlated with aggressive tendencies….In particular, viewing violent pornography can increase males’ subsequent aggressive behaviour because it portrays a male’s coercive and aggressive behavior against a female victim as being a reward. Source: “Effects of Exposure to Pornography on Male Aggressive Behavioral Tendencies” by Dong-ouk Yang and Gahyun Youn.

Now think about this! Most Canadians are busy watching porn, which is what’s skewing their behaviour. Men are learning to be more aggressive and thus most women have learned to walk away. I have even met some Canadian women who do not want to have any sort of relationship with men due to their history of abuse. So if there are more and more Canadian women who are like this, then obviously men are watching more and more porn. But, that might be adding more force inside their minds. So what do they end up doing? Well! They are then participating in sex trafficking.

When men use pornography, in that process they are trained as tricks. Pornography is men’s rehearsal for prostitution. Source: “The Problem of Demand in Combating Sex Trafficking” by CAIRN INFO.

This above quote now takes us to the Erika Klein’s article “Human Sex Trafficking: Canada’s Hidden Crime”, which was published on The Mantle.

A booming black market industry, earning $32 billion dollars annually, more than the worth of Google, Starbucks and Nike combined. Human trafficking for the purposes of selling sexual acts, also known as sexual terrorism, is the use of illicit sex, violence and threats to intimidate or coerce to the state of fear and submission. It’s a problem worldwide, but it is becoming more widespread in North America, especially in Canada.

So you see why 2 out of 3 Canadians don’t know about sexual consent? So you see their future given that pornography and sex trafficking remain high in Canada?

Perhaps, it helps to know that Canada’s legal system itself is helping these causes. For example, the article “Why police dismiss 1 in 5 sexual assault claims as baseless” by Robyn Doolittle clearly state some flaws in the process used to handle sexual assault allegations.

Every year, an average of 5,500 people are reporting sexual violence to Canadian police, but their cases are dropping out of the system as unfounded long before a Crown prosecutor, judge or jury has a chance to weigh in.

The result is a game of chance for Canadian sex-assault complainants, whose odds of justice are determined not only by the facts of their case, but by where the crime took place, which police force picks up their file, and what officer shows up at their door.

Earlier in my blog, you must have read that I stated that Canada is actually one of the most dangerous countries to live in. Again, you can see why I think so.

Capitalizing on Muslim Marriage Crisis

There is a real Marriage Crisis that’s enfolding in the North America and influencing the lives of the Muslims. And, I strongly believe that the Muslim women are not at fault because this crisis might just be an indication of Female Infanticide, which is plaguing almost every country in one form or another.

As you must have read before, I am originally from Pakistan; and, I have two ex-fiances. I have been hunting for a good match for a really long while. But, I am finding that there are lots of men who I find unattractive; and, there are lots of men who expect things from me that I won’t be able to provide. Once a well-known Lawyer who was a convert Muslim man (he was originally a Christian) contacted me regarding dating, which we were hoping will eventually lead to marriage. When we talked on the phone, he bluntly asked if I would be interested in being a housewife because that’s what he was looking for. He was a White Canadian man. I was very surprised when I heard him say this to me. I refused right away and we both hung up.

I took a break from all this by focusing on my studies. Now that my studies are over, I am back hunting for a good proposal. Its been very discouraging so far but let’s see what happens next. I just talked to a close friend of mine who advised me to use both the net and personal connections to get through. So, I browsed the web today and found the article titled “Canadian women create ‘offline dating’ service for Muslims looking for love”.

Signing up for Matchbox is free, but a single introduction is $250. A “one-to-one platinum service,” which includes meeting the person’s friends and family, and confirming details like health, education and employment, start at $10,000.

$250 for a single introduction and $10,000 for checking and confirming personal details! Really! I know that this service is offering a scamming environment because it does not cater to the needs of the target population. For example,  a while back, I was at a meetup held by Muslim Mingle. I gave only $20 entrance fee for a party at a local Grill Restaurant. The environment was safe because the group admins were informed about how to keep all the candidates and their personal information safe. I was introduced to around 20  men; and, I did not feel much interest in any of them. This is normal because this society has made us smarter and patient. Also, grown ups don’t develop a strong interest in anyone without reading into things for really long. Furthermore, Muslim Mingle meetup was decent as well. I sat inside a real restaurant; ate and drank lots of free food and beverages; and, connected with lots of men and women. It felt like a real party! Lastly, I had 5 minutes to have a private discussion with every guy. At the end of discussion, everyone submitted an index card with names of the individuals they felt interested in. I submitted a blank index card! So for $20, I met around 20 guys and did not feel connected to any of them. Who would want to pay $250 for a single introduction given that almost everyone is selecting in a very selective manner? And, $10,000 for checking personal details sounds very unreasonable. I know a couple of abused women who actually spent a whole lot of time checking the details of their guys before marrying them—one of these abused women is a relative of mine and another one is a close friend of mine. Despite all the precautions these smart ladies took, they still got severely abused. So why spend $10,000 on verifying things when the society we are living in has become extremely manipulative and uncaring.

Saying all this, I am back to the hunt to find a cool mate for myself. However, I have severe doubts about what is going on out there. I wonder if I will be slaughtered or married!

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Canada’s Double Glass Ceiling: Where Should Canadian Women Go?

Below are some interesting facts of my life that made me think about what exactly is going on in Canada and whether Canadian women should seek to stay in Canada or move away to some other country:

  1. I was an extrovert and was very well-integrated in the society before I came to Canada. I felt that I became very quiet and reserved while living here; and, nobody bothered to find out about me until I came out of this ordeal on my own.
  2. As a Technical Writer, I have to sometimes work in the Tech sector. I am finding that there are less women who work with men in the Tech sector; and, there are more women who are complaining about being mistreated while finding work.
  3. There are times when I see Canadian students give more attention to a lame comment by a male student than to a more informed comment by a female student. Some of them do not bother to attempt to learn why the male student’s comment can easily be regarded as dumb. After graduating and getting a great job, these students are going to actively under-represent women in the workforce.
  4. Because I am an ENFP and thus very friendly and easy-going, I get to hear a lot of personal aggravations every other day from almost everyone.
  5. I have been abused multiple times by men during the interview. This abuse goes from asking me to visit too many times or asking me questions about my religion and culture when I am already too stressed. Most of this abuse was reported to the correct authorities.

According to Marina Glogovac’s article “The challenge for women to smash the glass ceiling”, which was published on The Globe and Mail in 2016, only 0.32% of the female participants of the Canadian labor force (48%) find a job in senior management.

In the 2016 Statista article “Which countries have the most women in senior management?”, Niall McCarthy does not list Canada in the top ten or the bottom ten countries that have the most women in senior management. However, the writer lists Indonesia and China in the top ten list and Turkey and India in the top bottom list.

According to the IT World Canada’s article “Women are seriously under-represented in the Canadian tech sector and it’s not improving: new report”, which was written by Mandy Kovacs in 2017, women are under-represented in the Tech sector. Read my personal experience, point 2.

According to a 2015 article “The Countries with the Most Women Managers Worldwide”, which was published on Expert Market and authored by Jared Keleher, US and Canada don’t make the list of top 10 countries that mostly hire and protect senior female executives. Canada is number 36 in this list, below Jamaica and Philippines.

According to the CNBC article “Companies with more female executives make more money—here’s why. 2018”, which was published by Yoni Blumberg in 2018,  gender diversity enhances a company’s performance—by the way, this article shares the picture of Facebook’s CEO, Sheryl Sandberg, who resembles the Indian actress, Alia Bhatt.

A profitable firm at which 30 percent of leaders are women could expect to add more than 1 percentage point to its net margin compared with an otherwise similar firm with no female leaders,” the report notes. “By way of comparison, the typical profitable firm in our sample had a net profit margin of 6.4 percent, so a 1 percentage point increase represents a 15 percent boost to profitability.

In one of the oldest religions, Islam, female business professionals are given a lot of weight. For instance, Lady Khadija (Prophet Mohammad’s first wife) was one of the wealthiest Arab trader and many female industry leaders were created through her although we don’t have a complete documentation of these other women.

Now, let me give you a cool hint about myself. Many women of my household are senior executives or business professionals. I inherited great business guts this way. This is why when I get severe gut feelings about where my male relatives should be investing and from where they should be removing their money. Every time I tell them that something is wrong with an investment of theirs, then something turns out wrong even years afterwards. This mostly happens with my close relatives and friends. It is also true that sometimes I think and compute like regular humans and other times I get way ahead too fast—when I become different, I clearly hear a voice telling me something and I clearly state that something is wrong.

Here is another hint about my intelligence. Several years ago, a friend of mine—a well-respected Canadian lawyer—briefly discussed the conditions of Canadian women and left the decision of helping out in my hands. I decided to move forward on my own and started discussing and implementing his brain child, “Buddy Program”.  I investigated totally on my own and reported on my blog several times that something was really wrong. I followed my gut feeling again; and, this time I beat the Canadian Feds (see Global News article “New survey details widespread harassment in Canada’s workplaces”) because they had more tools, resources, and access than I did! They only posted this article in 2017; and, I made my conclusions before that by reviewing my personal experiences, talking to mostly women, and reading articles only. You can see a print screen of my older blog, Writer’s Dojo. I wrote my first article about the “Buddy Program” in 2016.

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In conclusion, finding a great management job in Canada is pretty tough. A lot of times I am triangulated in a very deceptive manner by multiple individuals so that they may break me down. I am sure that the same is happening to the other Canadian women. I strongly feel that the Canadian women can either fight this oppression or they can desert the Canadian men and flee for a better country. See “18 of the Best International Recruitment Agencies in Canada”.

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