Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Firebombs bullets, graffiti, death threats: Jews in Canada are being attacked every day

A Jewish community centre in Montreal was firebombed early Monday morning. The firebomb was thrown into the building through glass window on the front door and it exploded in the hallway, causing some damage.

This is only the latest incident of many in Montreal.

Earlier this month, shots were fired at a synagogue and two Jewish schools, and another synagogue was firebombed.

At Concordia University in Montreal, a class-action lawsuit is being filed against the school and the student association, saying that they have fostered a safe space for antisemitism over the years, causing emotional harm to Jewish students and faculty. 

And it is not only Montreal. 
In Toronto's Forest Hill neighborhood, home to the largest Jewish community in Canada, pro-Nazi graffiti was sprayed on a branch of the Starbucks coffee chain. Michael Levitt, CEO of the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center, published photos of the event on social media. "In case you're struggling to read the hate graffiti,” it says, “a cup of coffee, you mean a cup of blood" "stop killing babies” and “blood on your hands.” This is the daily reality for Jews in Canada," he wrote.

...The community also reported the tearing down of mezuzahs, the spraying of blood-soaked Stars of David on Jewish homes and a school, as well as protest events held outside community centers. 

Someone wrote "Hitler" on a Toronto bus stop.


This antisemitic graffiti was sprayed on an underpass in Winnipeg.

An Ontario family saw "Jews Die" sprayed on their garage, and received this death threat note:

It might not be Nazi Germany, but things are feeling a lot like 1932. 

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