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Un humoriste américain antisémite se produit au Canada

CLICK HERE FOR ENGLISH Le 16 mai 2023 LONDRES, Ont. – L’humoriste américain Amer Zahr, qui a glorifié la terroriste impénitente Leila Khaled et a fait l’éloge des groupes terroristes Hezbollah et Hamas, doit se produire dans plusieurs lieux au Canada, dont le Salle de spectacle Wolf (WPH) de la Bibliothèque publique de Londres (BPL). […]

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Now is the Time for the ONDP to Meet With B’nai Brith Canada

Cliquez ici pour le français May 11, 2023 TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada is calling for an urgent meeting with Marit Stiles, the leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party (ONDP). The demand follows last week’s unacceptable retweet by Hamilton Centre MPP Sarah Jama of a tweet by U.S. academic Noura Erakat concerning the death of

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Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador adopte la définition de l’antisémitisme de l’IHRA

CLICK FOR ENGLISH Le 9 mai 2023 ST. JOHN’S, TERRE-NEUVE – B’nai Brith a eu l’honneur de travailler en étroite collaboration avec le gouvernement de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador pour renforcer la réponse de la province à l’antisémitisme. Cette collaboration a mené à la publication aujourd’hui de la Proclamation pour combattre l’antisémitisme. L’élément clé de cette proclamation est

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Newfoundland and Labrador adopts IHRA Definition of Antisemitism

Cliquez ici pour le français May 9, 2023 ST. JOHN’S, NEWFOUNDLAND – B’nai Brith has been honoured to work closely with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to strengthen the province’s response to antisemitism. This collaboration has led to the issuance today of the Proclamation to Combat Antisemitism. The key element of the Proclamation is

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B’nai Brith Canada Welcomes Saskatchewan’s Adoption of the IHRA Definition

Cliquez ici pour le français Dec. 19, 2022 REGINA — B’nai Brith Canada commends the Government of Saskatchewan for becoming the latest province to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism. “We are thrilled that the Government of Saskatchewan has decided to adopt the IHRA definition,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer

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B’nai Brith’s Open Letter to Irwin Cotler

B’nai Brith sent an open letter to Irwin Cotler, Canada’s Canada’s Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism. The letter calls for a four-point plan that: Encourages legislation to be tabled in Parliament in the coming weeks to combat a disturbing increase in online hate; Invites the Special Envoy to promote implementing the

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B’nai Brith Canada Presents Quebec Minister Charette with Certificate of Appreciation for Adoption of IHRA Definition

Version française | French Version Minister Benoit Charette of Coalition d’Avenir Québec and member of the Quebec National Assembly paid a visit to the B’nai Brith Canada Montreal office on Tuesday to accept a certificate of appreciation for his role in leading the Quebec government to adopt the IHRA definition of antisemitism. Minister Charette, the

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B’nai Brith Canada remet au ministre québécois Benoit Charette un certificat d’appréciation pour l’adoption de la définition de l’IHRA

Version anglaise | English Version Le ministre Benoit Charette de la Coalition d’Avenir Québec et membre de l’Assemblée nationale du Québec a rendu visite au bureau de B’nai Brith Canada à Montréal mardi pour accepter un certificat d’appréciation pour son rôle dans l’adoption par le gouvernement du Québec de la définition de l’antisémitisme de l’IHRA.

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Terror-linked Graffiti Spree Continues in Toronto

April 5, 2021 TORONTO – A Maoist group, which B’nai Brith Canada now understands is linked to a designated terrorist entity, is continuing to target the Jewish community with graffiti in the Greater Toronto Area. On Wednesday, the fourth day of Passover, graffiti attacking the internationally-accepted definition of antisemitism was found on an entrance to the

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University of Manitoba Shuts Down Absurd Motion to Ban IHRA Definition

WINNIPEG – B’nai Brith Canada is pleased that a motion opposing the IHRA definition of antisemitism was defeated yesterday, on procedural grounds, at a meeting of the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA). On March 24, B’nai Brith called on the UMFA executive to reject the motion that was egregious in not only opposing the adoption of

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