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A sign alluding to a historical massacre of Jews was carried openly at the annual al-Quds Day hatefest in downtown Toronto on Saturday afternoon, the B’nai Brith of Canada reported Sunday.
The sign depicts the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem and warns that, “The last Khayber is ready,” an allusion to an ancient battle in which a Muslim army defeated and slaughtered Jews in the Arabian Peninsula. It also predicts the coming of “the last Hayder,” a nickname for Ali, the leading figure in Shi’a [Shi’ite] Islam.
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Shi’a [Shi’ite] clerics are among the speakers and organizers of the Toronto al-Quds rally, and many attendees are brought by buses from Shi’a mosques across the Greater Toronto Area.
In 2017, the use of a related slogan at a Mississauga, Ont., protest sparked an online furor and a temporary ban on anti-Israel rallies at the city’s Celebration Square.
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As in previous years, flags of the Hezbollah terrorist organization and the Islamist regime in Iran were also spotted at the rally.
Rally organizers admitted that they did not have a permit to block city streets. On May 14, Toronto City Council voted unanimously to crack down on “hate activity” taking place on city property without a permit.
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“The continued appearance of threatening and anti-Semitic slogans at the Toronto al-Quds Day rally is a shame upon our...
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