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B’nai B’rith Canada: Message on Protest Flyer is Blood Libel

January 15, 2013 4:24 pm 2 comments

B'nai B'rith said the message on the flyer amounted to a blood libel.

A protest held outside the Pakistani Consulate in Toronto Monday was advertised with fliers containing antisemitic propaganda.

B’nai B’rith Canada alerted police in Vaughan, Ontario to the protest, which was promoted with a graphic handout which blames a “Zionist Plot” for the “massacre of Shia Muslims” in Pakistan. “Long Live Shia-Sunni Unity – Down With Zionist Plots” reads a section of the flyer, in front of a simulated blood stain.

Frank Dimant, CEO of B’nai B’rith Canada, condemned the offensive material, saying, “Unfortunately, the Jewish community is all too used to the dissemination of propaganda that seeks to whip up anti-Israel and anti-Jewish sentiment. But the lurid nature of the flyer for tonight’s event (see below) amounts to a blood libel that crosses all boundaries.

“This goes well beyond the usual allegations against Jews and Israel for all the ills of world. It is nothing more than an Iranian-inspired attempt to divert attention from the true perpetrators of recent atrocities in Pakistan. Such incitement to hatred has no place on the streets of Canada.”

The hateful flyer can be viewed below.

2 Comments

  • Biff Henderson

    The universal claim of Muslims (poor souls that they are) that the Slaves of Allah are the perpetual victims of a Zionist plot to harm the “One True Faith” because the Jews, numbering under 16 million, use their guile and cunning to shape events so Judaism can rule the word. It’s obviously not a numbers game. So when exactly did they hatch their plan? The genie was let out of the lamp long before Muhammad’s death by poisoned lamb at the hands of a Jewish slave. Their devious design predates the Protocols of the Elders of Zion by 1350 plus years by my calculation. And you thought the Islamists were patient when it comes to their scheming ways. Why you ask need I draw the connection between Jewry and Muhammad’s demise? I understand the possibility exists that someone that worshipped belly button lint might want to poison someone that butchered their kin and enslaved them, but we’re talking Jews here. Subject closed. So what happened is this Jewess allowed herself to be captured so she could spy on the Prophet’s household and when she became aware a successor was not named she surmised his untimely death would lead to the Sunni-Shia’ schism. One of the Jewish scribes sacrificed himself to enter the fold of Islam so he could slip in the hadith about only one of seventy-seven sects of Islam would represent the truth faith and enter Paradise. Those Joo’s really know how to stir the pot!!

    The Mufti (soon to be know as “Those That Muffed It”) of the Guardians of the Two Holy Places must be made aware of how the Jews planted the evil seed that is tearing the faith apart so they can do their part to heal the Religion That Will Dominate the World. Protests that have targeted others must now be directed at the House of Saud, Qum, al-Azhar University, etc. until every Madrassah and Islamic University within their purview embraces the truth. When it comes to coining fiction it’s threadbare at times, sparse when it comes to detail. No need to thank me. Always glad to help out aspiring writers of the genre.

  • This is what Muslims say to each other about Jews 99% of the time.

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