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UNESCO 'Temple Mount Status' Vote Suspended

An appalling United Nations vote to draft a resolution that would have challenged Jewish historic ties to the Temple Mount and the Old City of Jerusalem has been postponed after it was determined by the resolution's creators that it would not garner enough votes to ensure its passage. Continue reading

B'nai Brith Canada Statement on Prime Minister Trudeau's Auschwitz-Birkenau Visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp Sunday to pay tribute to the millions who were massacred during the Holocaust. Continue reading

Billion Dollar Lawsuit Filed Against Facebook for Assisting Terror Groups

By Jordan ZaitchikB’nai Brith Canada Facebook is once again on the receiving end of accusations of letting antisemitism run rampant without consequences on its website. Continue reading

South African Twins' Plot to Bomb Jewish Institutions Foiled

By Jordan ZaitchikB’nai Brith Canada A South African court has charged identical twins with terrorism for plotting to attack several Jewish targets and a U.S. diplomatic mission. Continue reading

UN Resolution: Internet access disruption a human rights violation

  Jordan ZaitchikB'nai Brith Canada The United Nations has passed a resolution to promote and protect individuals' right to freedom of expression on the internet without interference. Continue reading

B'nai Brith Stands in Solidarity with Victims of Dallas Shooting

Last night, snipers fatally shot five officers and wounded seven others during a demonstration in downtown Dallas. Continue reading

UN Report: Taking Kids to Christian Schools 'Violates Human Rights'

By Tevy Pilc Staff Writer/ResearcherB'nai Brith Canada A United Nations committee has determined that sending children to Christian schools, assemblies and churches is a violation of the child's human rights. Continue reading

Nazi Death Squad Member to Stay in Canada After Supreme Court Victory

A World War II-era photo ofHelmut Oberlander Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada chose not to hear the Attorney General’s appeal against Helmut Oberlander, as part of the Government of Canada's ongoing efforts to strip the Nazi Einsatzkommando veteran of his Canadian citizenship. Continue reading

Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch: Suspend Saudi Arabia from UNHRC

By Simon PelsmakherB'nai Brith Canada On July 4, it was reported that Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch issued a joint statement calling for Saudi Arabia to be suspended from United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Continue reading

Israel Reaches Milestone in Anti-Missile Defence

By Jordan ZaitchikB'nai Brith Canada The Israeli Missile Defense Organization (IMDO) and the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA)have successfully conducted a test meant to check the integration of Israeli and American defense systems. Continue reading
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