By Jordan ZaitchikB'nai Brith Canada Speaking at the al-Quds Day rally in Toronto, a Muslim cleric claimed that without Zionism, ISIS would not exist. Continue reading
Here is a video of people interviewed at the al-Quds Day rally in Toronto on July 2, 2016. Some of the comments will astound you. Continue reading
Protestors hold up signs at the al-Quds Day rally in Calgary (Screencap provided to B'nai Brith) Pro-Palestinian groups gathered outside Calgary’s City Hall this past Saturday to commemorate al-Quds Day, an annual event promoting solidarity with the Palestinian people and protesting the existence of Israel. Continue reading
Children hold anti-Israel signs at the al-Quds Day at the Alberta Legislative grounds in Edmonton (Credit: Facebook: Radical Citizen Media) By Tevy Pilc Staff Writer/ResearcherB'nai Brith Canada The Alberta Legislative Building, ordinarily the daily meeting place for many lawmakers and proponents for the good of the everyday person, became a site occupied by a very small and underwhelming gathering of hate-fueled Israel bashers. Continue reading
Another Al-Quds Day Speaker in Toronto Calls for Israelis to be Shot B’nai Brith Canada, which is on the record as warning that the 2016 al-Quds Day rally would once again descend into open support for terrorist organizations and antisemitic incitement, has called for a criminal investigation into hate speech at the event. Continue reading
Ken Stone seemed awfully preoccupied with B'nai Brith and our exposé of his organization's (IJV) ties to Khomeinist Iran at the 2016 Toronto al-Quds Day rally.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Credit: AP) By Simon Pelsmakher B'nai Brith Canada In another sign of thawing Turkish-Israeli relations, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come out condemning the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, the group responsible for the 2010 Mavi Marmara flotilla incident which soured relations with the Jewish State. Continue reading
B'nai Brith Canada applauds the office of Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion for its condemnation of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's medieval antisemitic remarks. Continue reading