You can do more than just worry, you can help stop hatred from manifesting itself on the streets of Toronto. If you mobilize your friends and family to take immediate action, we can avoid the shouts of “kill the Jews” and “Hitler was right” that have plagued Europe and now Calgary, but you must act before it is too late.
This Saturday, July 26th, the annual “Al-Quds Day” rally is scheduled to take place on the grounds of Queen’s Park in downtown Toronto. This yearly Iranian-sponsored hate-fest is used for the express purpose of supporting Hamas and blaming Jews worldwide for problems across the globe. With rallies across Europe — and now Mississauga and Calgary — often devolving in to violent, antisemitic outbursts and outright attacks on the Jewish Community, it is time to let police and our politicians know that radicalization can not be tolerated on Canadian streets.
Please take a few moments to contact Ontario Legislative Assembly Speaker Dave Levac and Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair to let them know that Canadian streets, parks and government grounds must not be used to preach hate.
Speaker Dave Levac:
Office of the Police Chief: