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Dites à votre épicier local : Ben & Jerry’s a dépassé sa date limite de consommation.

Version anglaise | English Version Crédit photo : The Jewish Link 6 août 2021 TORONTO – Le 19 juillet, Ben & Jerry’s, un fabricant de crème glacée appartenant à Unilever, a publié une déclaration selon laquelle il cessera de vendre de la crème glacée dans les territoires qui font actuellement l’objet d’un différend entre l’État …

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Tell Your Local Grocer: Ben & Jerry’s has exceeded its Best Before Date

Version française | French Version Photo Credit: The Jewish Link August 6, 2021 TORONTO – On July 19th, Ben & Jerry’s, an ice cream producer owned by Unilever, issued a statement that they will stop selling ice cream in territories that are currently under dispute between the democratic State of Israel and the Palestinian Authority. …

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SIGN OUR PETITION: DEMAND JUSTICE IN FRANCE – SIGNEZ NOTRE PÉTITION: DEMANDEZ LA JUSTICE EN FRANCE

Pour le français, voir ci-dessous April 29, 2021 OTTAWA – People all over the world have spoken out this week to demand justice for Sarah Halimi. B’nai Brith Canada wants to help turn these calls for justice into action. CLICK HERE to add your name to a petition that we will be officially presenting to …

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Let’s Demand Justice for the Uyghur People

December 10, 2020 OTTAWA – B’nai Brith Canada is calling on the public to demand justice for the Uyghur people, including an end to the Chinese government’s persecution of the Uyghurs and other minorities. In a virtual event Thursday, Ran Ukashi, National Director of B’nai Brith’s League for Human Rights, moderated a panel discussing the …

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Petition to Bar Faisal Bhabha from Teaching “Human Rights” at Osgoode Hall Law School

Rhonda Lenton Office of the President 1050 Kaneff Tower 4700 Keele Street Toronto, ON M3J 1P3   Dear President and Vice-Chancellor Lenton, We, the undersigned, demand that Associate Professor Faisal Bhabha no longer teach any “human rights” courses at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School. As you acknowledged in your letter of June 2, antisemitism remains a …

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Sign Our Petition: Canada Must Denounce the Use of Palestinian Child Soldiers

February 18, 2020 B’nai Brith Canada OTTAWA – B’nai Brith Canada is calling on the federal government to speak out forcefully against the recruitment and use of Palestinian child soldiers in advance of Palestinian Child Soldiers Week (Feb. 18-21). TO SIGN OUR PETITION, PLEASE CLICK HERE. Canada has been at the forefront of tackling the international problem of …

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B’nai Brith Anti-terrorism Petition Introduced in Ontario Legislature

November 21, 2019 B’nai Brith Canada TORONTO – A formal petition by B’nai Brith Canada has been presented in the Ontario legislature. Gila Martow, MPP for Thornhill, introduced the petition to her parliamentary colleagues on Monday, Nov. 18. The petition addresses the issue of Joel Harden, the MPP for Ottawa Centre who B’nai Brith recently exposed for having made statements demanding the release of …

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BDS Activists to Headline Hamilton Anti-Racism Conference

October 3, 2019 B’nai Brith Canada HAMILTON – B’nai Brith Canada is disappointed by a local university’s refusal to remove a pair of anti-Israel speakers from its lineup for a conference Friday. Azeezah Kanji and Atif Kubursi are scheduled to speak at McMaster University’s “Gandhi 150 – Waging Action on Hate and Racism” conference, even though they are open and …

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