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B'nai Brith Canada has filed a police report over Głos Polski's article blaming Jews for the pandemic. (Courtesy of B'nai Brith Canada/JTA)

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The Ontario-based  Polish National Union of Canada (PNU) has denounced a newspaper exposed by B’nai Brith Canada for repeated antisemitic content.

Last week, B’nai Brith revealed that Głos, a Toronto-based Polish-language newspaper ran a front page story asserting the COVID-19 pandemic was part of a Jewish conspiracy’ and made other anti-Semitic statements such as stating Israel is “the cause of all the world’s woes” .  

Claiming that two similarly named publications were being mistaken as being one and the same, the PNU insisted that Głos (as opposed to Glos Polski) is an independent publication with no links to the organization. Founded in 1930, a PNU spokesman said it “joins with B’nai Brith in condemning antisemitic remarks and messages of hate of any kind.”

On their website the group explained“ ‘Głos’ is a private newspaper owned by Mr. Wiesław Magiera and is not affiliated with The Polish National Union of Canada. The Polish National Union of Canada does not endorse, support and approve any content published or opinions expressed by Mr. Wieslaw Magiera in his newspaper …Such content absolutely does not reflect our organization, one of Canada’s oldest Polish community-service organizations, and it does not reflect the Canadian Polish community.”

O’Toole official: “no jews either” text “taken out of context”

The campaign team for the federal Conservative party leadership of former National Defence minister Erin O’Toole has denied campaign officials discussed limiting the role of Jewish volunteers in rural Quebec.

A news story about a campaign activist, David Parker, published a screenshot of a text conversation between Parker and an O’Toole campaign official, Emmanuel Dion-Weiss, who apparently wrote “(name redacted) will not be very useful in rural Quebec. He’ll be useful in non interactive ways.” To which Parker asked “They are that racist eh?”

“Absolutely” came the reply, followed by “no jews either”.

In an email provided to TheJ.ca, Dion-Weiss, who is an assistant to CPC MP Gérard Deltell, stated “I’m Jewish and would never support any discrimination. My text was taken out of context.”

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O’Toole is a longtime supporter of Israel, and his platform commits to Support Israel as a democratic, Jewish state with secure borders whose capital is Jerusalem, while maintaining support for a two-state solution that affirms the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people not those of Hamas and Iranian-backed militias, and move the Canadian Embassy to Jerusalem.”

A day after UAE normalized relations with Israel, CD4HR & allies stood in front of the UAE embassy to condemn the ‘treacherous development” & called on UAE citizens to ‘rise up for Palestine’ Courtesy of: Video Still - CD4HR Twitter Account.

With more Muslim countries voicing support for the peace deal between the United Arab Emirites and Israel, the ironically named Canadian Defenders Four Human Rights will be struggling for their outrage machine to keep pace.

CD4HR was joined by the so-called Canadian Peace Congress as a handful of anti-Israel radicals held a tiny protest in Ottawa and took to Twitter, decrying that peace was breaking out in the Middle East. 

A day after war criminal @MohamedBinZayed normalized relations & recognized the war criminal #Israeli regime @netanyahu. #CD4HR & @CdnPeace in front of @UAEembassyCA condemned the treacherous development & called on the #UAE nation to rise up for #Palestine.” 

Morocco, Bahrain and Oman have also been touted as nations that could follow the UAE in establishing relations with Israel, praising the announcement that Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi would normalize ties. The UAE-Israel commitment, brokered by US President Donald Trump, marks the third agreement Israel has struck with an Arab country after Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994).

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