B’nai Brith Canada is calling on the City of Mississauga to enforce its bylaws against protestors who have threatened violence against Jews and encouraged children to engage in terrorism.
Back in July, B’nai Brith “exposed a rally in Mississauga’s Celebration Square, in which hundreds of people chanted in Arabic, “‘Remember Khaybar, oh you Jews, the Army of Muhammad will return!,’ in reference to an ancient battle in which a Muslim army defeated and slaughtered Jews in the Arabian Peninsula.”
Then again earlier this month, Muslim speakers made similar calls to violence at the same location, and with children present. Shouts rang out to destroy Israel and for the blood of martyrdom.
Recently, Palestinian Media Watch discovered that Palestinian children were stabbing Israelis and committing other terror attacks to enhance their status in society. It meant so much to these children to harm Israelis in so-called “resistance” that many of them also lied to authorities or their peers about being guilty of attacking Israelis, to heightened their social status. Clearly, these children are being conditioned by jihadist adults; now the same conditioning is happening in the Peel region in Canada.
Incitement to harm and kill Jews is quite common in Western societies, particularly during al Quds Day rallies, but without follow-up by authorities. The usual response by authorities to calls of violence and murder against Jews by Muslim hate preachers and Islamic supremacists is “we are looking into it” or “we are investigating.”
This alarming news in the region of Peel in Canada (near Toronto) is not the only disturbing event in that region:
- A schoolteacher who called a jihadist who crushed the skull of a four-year-old Israeli girl a hero and martyr is back in the classroom, after receiving a mere rap on the knuckles for her abhorrently violent Facebook postings. A spokesperson for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School said that Nadia Shoufani returned to work at St. Catherine of Siena Separate School. She was not charged with a hate crime…. and she is being entrusted with the well-being of children.
- The Peel school board in Mississauga is not only allowing Islamic sermons, but it is also refusing to monitor the contents of those sermons. This decision followed the lamentations from the Muslim community “that Muslim students feel stigmatized and targeted” because their Friday prayers were restricted to pre-approved sermons, whereas previously, Muslim students were free to use any sermon they chose that was approved by an administrator.
“Say NO to Antisemitism and Incitement on Mississauga City Property,” B’nai Brith, November 13, 2017:
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – B’nai Brith Canada is calling on the City of Mississauga to enforce its bylaws against protestors who have threatened violence against Jews and encouraged children to engage in terrorism.
In July, B’nai Brith exposed a rally in Mississauga’s Celebration Square, in which hundreds of people chanted in Arabic, “Remember Khaybar, oh you Jews, the Army of Muhammad will return!,” in reference to an ancient battle in which a Muslim army defeated and slaughtered Jews in the Arabian Peninsula.
On Nov. 4, the same protestors, led by Palestine House Public Relations Chief Amin El-Maoued, returned to Celebration Square to call for the destruction of Israel. With young children in attendance, protestors chanted, “Oh youth, join him, join him – the martyr has sacrificed his blood!” In the context of the Israeli-Arab conflict, “martyr” is often used as a euphemism for terrorist or suicide bomber.
Peel Regional Police have launched investigations into both incidents, but the City has taken no action, even though its bylaws forbid the use of loudspeakers as well as “profane or abusive language” on City property.
“Mississauga is known as one of Canada’s most diverse cities,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. “In order to maintain that positive image, the City must ensure that all Canadians – including Canadian Jews and Israelis – can feel safe in its public spaces.
“There can be no place for antisemitism or support for terrorism in our society – and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie should make that clear.” …