B’nai Brith is in the forefront of making scandalous allegations against any individual or group that dares to criticize Israeli crimes.
In keeping with its tradition of hosting the largest Quds Day rally in North America, Toronto once again maintained this position on June 9.
The annual Quds Day rally has got the Zionists all riled up. Unable to prevent the marh despite using illegal tactics, they have resorted to spreading lies about it.
In trying to blame Muslims for the Toronto van attack, Islamophobes were once again exposed as racists and bigots with no leg to stand on
October 27 is commemorated ‘Black Day’ by the people of Kashmir and their friends worldwide. It was on this date 70 years ago that the maharaja supposedly signed the ‘Instrument of Accession’ to India against the express wishes of the people.
Like Kashmiris and their friends around the world, Canadians too observed Kashmir ‘Black Day’ in Toronto, Canada. At a well attended conference on October 28, Canadians from all walks of life that included members of the Kashmiri community as well as others such as Canadian peace activists and journalists were at hand to observe Kashmir ‘Black Day’.
The Jewish Defence [Offence] League is made of violent Zionists. Banned in the US, they operate freely in Canada to terrorist law-abiding citizens.
The Native Peoples are gradually discovering the beauty and justice of Islam and finding great solace in it from the destructive path on which they had been set through alcohol and drug abuse.
Organizers of the Quds Day rally can be truly proud of their achievement in bringing out thousands of people onto the streets of Toronto for the annual Quds Day rally. Toronto has the proud tradition of hosting the largest rally in North America. This year was no exception despite the Pan Am Games that had resulted in many roads being closed.
Held for three years at a local school without incident, it suddenly became an issue last month when a Hindu group objected to Muslim students praying in the school cafeteria. Valley Park Middle School in Flemingdon Park, in the Toronto suburb of Don Mills inhabited predominantly by Muslim immigrants from Pakistan and India, became the centre of controversy when a group calling itself Canada Hindu Advocacy (CHA) raised objections.
A full year after the mayhem that gripped Toronto during the G20 summit, Torontonians still do not have answers to many questions. Who ordered the police to go berserk arresting more than 1100 people...
Muslims in Canada were startled by the arrest on June 3 of 15 individuals, all of them Muslims, on charges related to terrorism. Two other alleged suspects were already in jail for gun-smuggling. Five of the 17 are under 18 years of age, so their names cannot be divulged, but that has not prevented the police or intelligence agencies from leaking damaging information about them.
The controversy resulting from Europe's insulting cartoons merely confirms what Muslims have always known: that there is deep animosity for Islam and Muslims within the Western establishment. It was to reflect on this and other matters that the conference “Peace and Justice in the Age of Imperialism” was organised on the occasion of the twenty-seventh anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Among the many functions around the world celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution was one in Toronto, Canada.