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TORONTO — A Toronto Transit Commission employee who made hateful comments about Israel in a televised interview at last month’s Al Quds Day rally at Queen’s Park was given an unpaid, three-day suspension, a source close to the...
Canadian professor of international law, William Schabas, has been a lightning rod for criticism ever since he was appointed to chair a commission of inquiry under the UN Human Rights Council “to investigate all violations of international...
A four-year-old boy was killed after scores of rockets were fired at Israel Friday. Three people were injured when another rocket struck at an Ashdod synagogue.  The Time of Israel identified the boy as Daniel Tragerman. Two men in their 20s...
Exchanges of Hamas rockets and Israeli air-strikes continued as the United States and European Union pushed for a United Nations Security Council resolution to end the fighting. Hamas and Israel renewed fire after Hamas rocket volleys broke a...
TORONTO — A sea of several thousand bodies, young and old, coursed up a dusky Bathurst Street the evening of Aug. 20, many carrying glowsticks, wearing blue and white or waving Israeli and Canadian flags in proud defiance of what much of...
They were once dismissed as little more than violent street hooligans looking for trouble, often finding it. Confrontational in style and openly reverential of the late extremist Rabbi Meir Kahane, who advocated the forced transfer of Arabs from...


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